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Trump Ordered the Release of Sensitive Intelligence at Sean Hannity’s Request
Trump reveals that he ordered the release of unredacted FBI text messages – over his advisers objections -– because “the great Sean Hannity” said to.
Newly Disclosed FISA Applications Disprove ‘Witch Hunt’ Claims From Trump, Nunes
New documents show that the infamous Nunes memo fudged key facts about the start of the Russia investigation — though Trump is claiming the opposite.
Democrats Release Declassified Rebuttal to Nunes Memo
The new memo details the various ways the Nunes memo was misleading or outright wrong.
Trump Confused About GOP Strategy for Avoiding a Government Shutdown
This time with a tweet about funding for CHIP, a children’s insurance program, which had to be “clarified” by the White House.
Confused Trump Tricked by Fox News Into Opposing His Own Surveillance Bill
Oh dear, this morning’s Executive Time is not going well.
Delirious December Gives Way to Jittery January As Congress Passes Spending Bill
Congress has kicked multiple cans down the road to January, but they won’t be able to stall any longer.
Trump Team Dares James Comey to Say Obama Didn’t Wiretap Trump
On Monday, the White House suggested that Trump trusts his own misreadings of Breitbart articles over the word of the FBI director.
Roberts Packed FISA Court With Republicans
Less diversity than under the last two Republican chief justices.
FISA Court’s Redefinition of ‘Relevant’ Gets Supreme Court Challenge
An emergency petition aims to stop the
’s phone-surveillance program.
Congress Scolds Facebook
They want to know how Farmville and other apps were able to pass on the IDs of users and their friends to outside companies.