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Fact-checking the Robert Mueller hearings

On Wednesday, former special counsel Robert Mueller faces lawmakers at two separate hearings. We are fact checking the whole event, starting with President Donald Trump's attempts to set the agenda with a series of early-morning Mueller-related tweets.

Freshman House Democrat stirring up trouble

When Hillary Clinton lost the 2016 presidential election, a California law professor named Katie Porter -- who had been expecting to join Clinton's transition team to advise on housing policy -- thought she would sit the next four years out of government.

Ex-Ecuadorian president confirms Assange meddled in US election

Former Ecuadorian President Rafael Correa said Tuesday his country was aware that WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was interfering in the 2016 US presidential election from the safety of Ecuador's embassy in London, where he lived under political asylum until this year.

Hope Hicks says she told 'white lies' only about small matters

Former White House communications director Hope Hicks told lawmakers Wednesday that she had "never been asked to lie about matters of substance or consequence," contending that "white lies" she had told on behalf of President Donald Trump were about small matters, such as his availability.

Fact check: Trump's Orlando rally

President Donald Trump kicked off his formal reelection campaign Tuesday night with a rally in Orlando. His 76-minute speech featured more than 15 false statements, many of them ones that he's repeated frequently in the past.

Donald Trump to launch 2020 reelection bid

President Donald Trump is flinging scalding rhetoric on immigration and staging a raucous rally with his true believers in a bid to recreate his magic 2016 formula on the day he formally launches his quest for a second term.

Kamala Harris' husband steps onto the stage to defend his wife

When an animal rights protester leapt on stage Saturday to confront Kamala Harris, one of the people who rushed onstage to grab him was her husband Doug Emhoff—a man unknown to most voters, but who is a constant presence at her side on the campaign trail.

Rosenstein defends his involvement in James Comey's firing

Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, days removed from a career in public service, continued to air his side of the story that has captivated Washington for the past two years, posting an essay online Thursday that divulged new details about the reasoning behind his 2017 memo recommending the firing of then-FBI Director James Comey.

Senate Intelligence Committee subpoenas Donald Trump Jr.

The Senate Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed Donald Trump Jr. for him to return and testify again, and the committee is now at a standoff with President Donald Trump's eldest son, according to sources familiar with the matter.

Clinton says Barr's argument is 'the road to tyranny'

Reacting to Attorney General William Barr's testimony on Wednesday, Hillary Clinton said the notion that the President can fire any prosecutor investigating him if he feels the accusations are false is "the road to tyranny."

Hillary Clinton has advice for Congress in addressing Mueller report

Former Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton urged Congress to thoroughly and fairly follow up on the Mueller report -- while simultaneously advancing non-Mueller-related legislation central to Democrats' platform -- in a Washington Post op-ed published Wednesday.