Election Interference

Prosecutors say the United Arab Emirates, a top U.S. partner in the Middle East, illegally interfered in the 2016 election. Do U.S. officials care?
Fiona Hill explains what happened during the infamous Helsinki summit.
The former government contractor was sentenced to five years for leaking information about Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Ex-acting solicitor general Neal Katyal said Trump's call ordering the secretary of state to "find" more votes for him seems like election interference.
Christopher Wray's testimony to Congress echoes the intelligence community's warnings that Russia is trying to "denigrate" Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
“That message that you can’t trust our system, that you can’t trust the vote ... is what the Russians hope to achieve," said Sue Gordon.
Michael Caputo's efforts to change CDC reports to make Trump look good could be even more complicated.
President Trump's top intelligence officer, John Ratcliffe, abruptly halted in-person briefings to Congress despite evidence that Russia is trying to help Trump win reelection.
An Intelligence Committee letter raised concerns about meetings involving Bannon and security contractor Erik Prince, the Los Angeles Times reported.
Trump insists he's the last person Russia would want to see in the White House.
Jason Miller twice declined to say whether Trump is accepting or will accept foreign aid, calling the question "silly" before finally answering.
The Kremlin favored Trump in the 2016 election, the Senate Intelligence Committee affirmed in a new report.
“My message to Putin is clear: stay out of American elections," Sanders said on Friday after news surfaced of new Russian interference.
Democrats said they were "stunned" by the argument delivered by White House deputy counsel Patrick Philbin on the Senate floor.
"They have said very blatantly, very clearly, that they intend to be accomplices for misleading the American people, with money from God knows where."
As foreign governments continue to attack U.S. elections, state and local officials are becoming the primary defenders of American democracy.
Reddit said in a statement that it has banned 61 accounts suspected of violating policies against vote manipulation.
The 2016 Democratic presidential nominee blasted Prime Minister Boris Johnson's "inexplicable" decision to withhold the information.
The comments, first reported by The Washington Post, allegedly came during a 2017 Oval Office meeting with two Russian officials.