Senate Investigators Say They Have "Hit A Wall" In Investigating The Steele Dossier
The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee gave an update on their investigation into Russian interference during the 2016 election on Wednesday, saying they are hopeful they will reach a conclusion "very soon."
Facebook, Google, And Twitter Have Been Asked To Testify Publicly In The Senate’s Russia Investigation
The planned hearing comes as the Senate Intelligence Committee has increased its scrutiny of social media and search sites, following Facebook's disclosure that a Russian troll farm purchased $100,000 in ads on the site during the 2016 election.
Senate Intel Committee Asks The Treasury Department For Information On Trump Team's Financial Ties
Democratic Sen. Mark Warner said Tuesday the committee, which is investigating Russian interference in the US election, has requested documents related to Trump and his team from Treasury's financial crimes network.
Senator Warner Calls For New Policy To Address On Demand Economy
Sen. Mark Warner laid out the first major policy initiative to address on-demand labor and the rise of companies like Airbnb and Uber. He suggests a new classification for contract workers, and proposes a joint social insurance fund paid into by workers and employers.
Democratic Senator On National Debt: "Shame On Us"
Speaking in Harrisonburg, Virginia, on Friday as a part of his U.S. Senate campaign kickoff tour, Virginia Democratic Sen. Mark Warner said of the national debt, "shame on us." Warner described the national debt as a national security threat. Since 2009, when Warner was sworn into office, the national debt has increased by nearly $7 trillion.