Comey Adds Fuel to Obstruction-of-Justice Concerns

President Donald Trump’s personal attorney went on the offensive Thursday afternoon, attacking several points former FBI director James Comey made in two hours of testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee. The problem is, in the process, he may have compounded Comey’s claims of being defamed by the administration and left the question of the president’s possibly obstructing justice unresolved.

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Endangered Torture Report Sparks Shock, Anger and Suit

Hours after the New York Times uncovered the Trump administration’s steps to hide a Senate investigation into CIA torture, a law professor transformed his “shock and anger” into a lawsuit seeking the secret 6,700-page history.

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CIA’s Brennan Says Trump-Russia Leak Would Have Violated Protocol

Testifying about reports that Russian diplomats received classified U.S. information at the White House, former CIA director John Brennan told members of Congress on Tuesday that such disclosures by President Donald Trump would have violated protocol.

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