Ned Price—a director at National Security Action and an NBC national security analyst—joins Ed and Daniella to discuss special counsel Robert Mueller's testimony before the House Judiciary and Intelligence committees.
This week, Daniella and Ed are joined by Max Bergmann, CAP senior fellow and director of CAP Action Fund's Moscow Project, to discuss the Mueller report on Russian interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Releasing the full Mueller findings will help shed light on the details of Russia’s political assault on the United States, helping prevent and deter future attacks.
This week, Judd Legum, former editor-in-chief of ThinkProgress and founder of the Popular Information newsletter, helps us break down special counsel Robert Mueller's final report to Attorney General William Barr, as well as Barr's letter to Congress summarizing Mueller's principle conclusions.
If Ankara moves forward with the purchase of Russia’s air defense system, the United States should begin downgrading security ties with Turkey.
Examining similarities and differences between Russian and Chinese malign foreign influence operations is key to developing shared strategies for combating them.
This week, Daniella and Ed speak with Center for American Progress Senior Fellow Max Bergmann about the ongoing investigations into Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Following the Money: Trump and Russia-Linked Transactions From the Campaign to the Presidential Inauguration
At the heart of the inquiry into the alleged collusion between Trump and Russia is money. It provides concrete evidence of relationships, methods, and motives.
Former U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama Joyce Vance joins Daniella and Ed to talk about special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation and the country's trust in its democratic institutions.
Daniella and Ed sit down with Michael McFaul, the former U.S. ambassador to Russia, and discuss the state of diplomacy under President Trump in light of the alleged murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
The Russian attack on U.S. democracy began in 2014 and is more wide-ranging and coordinated than previously understood. How the United States responds requires a strategy that both applies pressure on Russia via additional sanctions and improves the United States’ defensive capabilities against further Russian interference.
The government and other stakeholders must take aggressive measures to protect election infrastructure from Russian interference.
Members of Congress, the Supreme Court, and the Founding Fathers have said that abusing the pardon power can be grounds for impeachment.
Michele and Igor chat with MSNBC's Chris Hayes about special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation; CAP's Diana Pilipenko weighs in, breaking down the biggest developments within the investigation in the past year.
Donald Trump's finances are almost hopelessly opaque, exacerbating concerns that the wealthiest president in American history—and the first in decades not to meaningfully divest from his business holdings—may be even more financially compromised than is already thought, and in ways that may impact his decisions in office.