A House Intelligence Committee hearing into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election ended with no substantial revelations.
The Clinton campaign took money from pro-Putin oligarchs, while The Podesta Group, a lobbying firm tied to the campaign, lobbied U.S. against Russia sanctions.
The Obama Administration began a concerted effort to shovel raw intelligence files about Team Trump’s connections with Russia throughout the government.
We asked our contributors to share some of their favorite things they read, saw, and heard in 2016.
In a recent interview, David Brock defiantly told Politico writer (and Podesta emails star) Glenn Thrush that any attempt to attribute Hillary Clinton’s loss to the candidate herself was a “Kellyanne Conway line,” in reference to President-elect Donald Trump’s campaign manager Kellyanne Conway. Brock went on to seemingly blame anything
Despite media’s claims it could never happen, Trump is the president-elect. Now pundits are trying to craft a narrative that doesn’t make them look like idiots.
If the New York Times and mainstream media have any hope of regaining their credibility, they have to come clean about their own agenda
The American people made their choice to begin disentangling ourselves from foreign quagmires and focus our energy on improving our own country.
Trump will have to rely on deregulation, repealing Obamacare, and gains from America First trade policies to drive the world’s largest economy into historically high growth.
On the eve of election day, we look at the four major campaign’s closing arguments—what their candidacies represent and their visions for America.