John Kelly Called Elizabeth Warren An "Impolite Arrogant Woman" In An Email
“blah blah blah,” Kelly, then serving as the secretary of homeland security, wrote.
Here’s How A Major Western Bank Enabled A Suspected Russian Money Launderer
Documents show TD Bank loaned $3 million to a company connected to Russian tax fraud and later linked to the special counsel’s investigation.
This Russian Double Agent Is A Lot Less Dead Than He Seemed
The Kremlin wanted people to believe their defector was dead. The US did, too. But Alexander Poteyev couldn’t help himself.
The Planners Of The Trump Tower Meeting Moved Millions, And Mueller Is Now Investigating
Documents show suspicious transfers began six days before the controversial meeting.
A Series Of Suspicious Money Transfers Followed The Trump Tower Meeting
Investigators are focused on two bursts of banking activity — one shortly after the June 2016 meeting, the other immediately after the presidential election.
Here's Why The FBI And Mueller Are Investigating "Suspicious" Transactions By Russian Diplomats
The former Russian ambassador received a salary payment twice as large as past years, and bankers blocked a $150,000 withdrawal.
In An Unprecedented Move, The US Postal Service Released A Former CIA Officer’s Security Application To A Republican Group
The former officer, Democratic candidate Abigail Spanberger, has suggested the information was released for partisan purposes.
Senate Intel Wants To Follow The Money In The Russia Probe. But Treasury Isn't Making That Easy.
Last year, staff inside Treasury’s Financial Crimes Enforcement Network questioned whether the department was deliberately trying to stymie the Senate’s investigation.
GOP Operative Made "Suspicious" Cash Withdrawals During Pursuit Of Clinton Emails
Peter W. Smith withdrew $4,900 in cash the day after he finalized a plan to work with “dark web” hackers.
New Documents From Kavanaugh’s Time In The Bush White House Show He Worked On Key Questions Of Presidential Power
Heavily redacted documents obtained by BuzzFeed News through a FOIA request provide insight into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh’s time as a lawyer for George W. Bush.
Russian Hackers Targeted Swedish News Sites In 2016, State Department Cable Says
According to a newly released State Department cable, the attack was part of a Russian campaign to sow disinformation about NATO. It came as Russia allegedly was stealing Democrats' emails.
Here Is The Money Trail From The Russian "Agent" And Her Republican Partner
Federal investigators say some of the money went to Maria Butina’s campaign to help Russia infiltrate American politics.
The NSA Director Warned Staff Against Getting Into A "Tit For Tat" Over Trump's Angry Tweetstorm
"We will not get sucked into this."
Senate Intel Had Asked For Financial Documents On The Russian Gun Rights Activist
Last year, the Senate Intelligence Committee requested financial transactions on Maria Butina and Alexander Torshin that banks deemed to be "suspicious" or "derogatory."
New Documents Show How Top Spies Reacted To The Dossier
Trump wanted them to say it's “bogus,” Clapper wrote. But: “We just don't know.”
Here's How Ukraine's Ousted Government Got Away With $40 Billion
US investigators delivered troves of documents about Viktor Yanukovych, Paul Manafort, and “The Family.” Why isn’t Ukraine taking action?
Top Religious Groups Privately Urged DHS Not To Separate Immigrant Parents And Children
"We believe that separating families would be extremely detrimental to basic child welfare principles. We urge you to reject this harmful policy."
Labor Officials Were Alarmed By Trump's Jobs Report Tweet: "It's All Over The News"
"Are you ‘whispering words of wisdom’?" one official wrote, according to emails newly obtained by BuzzFeed News.