It is now clear there was collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government during the 2016 elections. But to what end? This report lays out what we know about collusion and explores the depths to which it may have gone.
The Trump administration and congressional Republicans are rolling back U.S. efforts to promote transparent and accountable government across the world—putting private interests ahead of human rights and U.S. national security.
President Trump and his associates need to answer many questions about their possible links to Russia.
In this week’s Tearline: Trump is unprepared for the China summit and handling Syria, Jared Kushner and Nikki Haley are dominating foreign policy, Russia ties go through the Seychelles.
In this week’s Tearline: Protests in Russia, Trump rolls back climate policies, and Americans all over the country are hurting from growing anti-immigration and anti-Muslim rhetoric.
In this week’s Tearline: Tillerson went to Asia without the press, Britain begins its Brexit, Trump needs a foreign policy strategy.
In this week’s Tearline: Trump tries a new travel ban, immigrants face growing violence in the US, Somalia is suffering from famine, and the Dutch Trump faces polls in the Netherlands.
A look back at the troubling ties between President Donald Trump, his allies, and Russian officials.
Trump is emboldening terrorists and laying the groundwork to deflect blame “if something happens.”
Tillerson’s business-first background, close ties with Russia, and complete lack of experience in public service make him unfit to serve as U.S. secretary of state.