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  1. House Republicans Are Trying to Thwart Dem Russia ProbeHouse Intel chairman Devin Nunes is denying Democrats use of conference rooms, among other things, in hopes of crippling their Russia probe.
  2. Roger Stone Sought Clinton Emails From Assange in September 2016New emails reveal Stone sought access to stolen dirt from WikiLeaks — and recently warned an associate not to “run your mouth” to investigators.
  3. Trump’s Lawyer Invited to Classified Briefing on Investigation of TrumpFor some reason, Emmet T. Flood was invited to an intelligence briefing on the role an FBI informant played in the probe into Trump’s campaign.
  4. Hope Hicks Only Tells White Lies for Trump, So We Can Trust Her Russia TestimonyHer dodges before the House Intel Committee, and its failure to do anything about it, underscore that the House Russia probe has become a joke.
  5. Report: House Intel Republicans to Build a Literal Wall Between GOP, Dem AidesRepublicans are getting at least one big beautiful wall in 2018.
  6. House Intelligence Committee Votes to Release Democratic Rebuttal of Nunes MemoNow it’s up to the president whether he wants the public to see it.
  7. The Real Damage of the Nunes MemoThe integrity of the U.S. law enforcement system is under attack, and Trump may already be winning the battle.
  8. Bannon Avoids Trump Testimony, Citing ‘Novel’ Definition of Executive PrivilegeEven after the House Intelligence Committee issued a subpoena, Bannon wouldn’t answer any questions about Trump’s presidency, or the transition.
  9. House Russia Investigators Want Answers From Trump’s Longtime BodyguardFormer NYPD detective Keith Schiller is seen as one of Trump’s most trusted aides.
  10. House Intel Committee Subpoenas Trump’s Longtime Lawyer and Michael FlynnThe committee issued seven subpoenas Wednesday: four related to the Russia investigation, and three concerning the “unmasking” controversy.
  11. The House Intel Committee Is Planning to Subpoena Mike FlynnThe former national security adviser is highly sought after on Capitol Hill.
  12. Devin Nunes Steps Aside From Russia InvestigationNunes will leave the gig to spend more time defending himself against ethics charges.
  13. Nunes Admits He Briefed Trump on Information Confirmed by the White HouseWhy did the House Intelligence Committee chairman rush to tell the president about information his staffers already had?
  14. Oops! Congressman ‘Misspoke’ When He Said House Intel Chair ‘Works for’ TrumpFlorida Representative Ted Yoho momentarily forgot that congresspeople are elected by the people, not the president.
  15. White House Officials Alerted Nunes to Incidental Surveillance of Trump TeamLast week, Nunes directed attention away from his own investigation into Russia by suggesting that Trump’s team had been improperly surveilled.
  16. Devin Nunes Seems to Have Paralyzed the House Intelligence Committee“Effectively, what has happened is the committee’s oversight, the oversight of our national intelligence apparatus, has come to a halt.”
  17. Trump Asked for Veto Power Over Sally Yates’s Testimony at Russia HearingThe former acting attorney general refused — then, Devin Nunes canceled her hearing.
  18. Nunes Had Secret White House Meeting Before Claiming Trump Team Was SurveilledLast week, the GOP lawmaker suggested the intelligence community mistreated Trump’s team. The night before, he met with a source at the White House.
  19. Schiff Says Nunes Canceled Russia Hearing to Protect TrumpThe Republican House Intelligence chair abruptly canceled an open hearing Friday. The committee’s ranking Democrat cries foul.
  20. Republican Leading Russia Investigation Admits ‘Duty and Obligation’ to TrumpDevin Nunes, who worked on the Trump transition, is having trouble letting go of old allegiances.
  21. The Right Spreads Baseless Lie That Nunes Just Validated Trump’s Baseless LiesEven if the House Intelligence Chair’s allegations are true, they do not remotely vindicate the president’s “wiretap” claims.
  22. GOP House Intel Chair: Trump Team Was Legally Surveilled During TransitionNunes just disclosed (ostensibly) classified information to the public and president, in an apparent breach of protocol.
  23. Sean Spicer Does It AgainWait, the top official in Trump’s campaign had only a “very limited” role?
  24. Trump Stands By ‘Wiretap’ Claim — Even As House Intel Committee Rejects It“Wiretap covers a lot of different things.”