Prosecutors claim the companies are using the court system to access sensitive information that could hurt national security.
The House of Representatives is entitled to see redacted portions of the testimony, according to the 2-to-1 decision.
The judge questioned whether the attorney general tried to "create a one-sided narrative" that benefited President Donald Trump.
Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions is heading to a runoff election for his old senate seat. The former U.S. senator from Alabama failed to win a majority of votes, falling behind former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville.
Ex-FBI lawyer Lisa Page said Trump is “obsessed” with her and former FBI agent Peter Strzok after he took yet another jab at their relationship.
Information won through a lawsuit by CNN and BuzzFeed is conspicuously missing the court-ordered records on Donald Trump's son-in-law.
The Justice Department recommended that President Trump's former national security adviser serve up to six months in prison for lying to the FBI.
Newly released memos from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation shed light on communications between Trump's former campaign chairman and the Fox News host.
Paul Manafort's former business partner cooperated extensively with the Mueller investigation.
The special counsel investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election led to indictments of 34 people.
The upcoming release of the review is unlikely to quell the partisan battles that have surrounded the Russia investigation.
“How can he be innocent now, if there’s all this evidence of how he’s acted to obstruct justice then?” asked Sen. Richard Blumenthal.
Trump told Christie in February 2017 that the "Russia thing" was "over," the former New Jersey governor told FBI investigators, noting that he "laughed" at the suggestion.
The former FBI lawyer hit back at the president for his relentless attacks against her after he mocked her affair with now-fired FBI agent Peter Strzok.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller's report revealed that the ex-press secretary spread misinformation on repeated occasions.
President Donald Trump may have lied in his written testimony to special counsel Robert Mueller during the now-completed Russia investigation.
President Donald Trump may have lied in his written testimony to former U.S. Special Counsel Robert Mueller.
Trump campaign official and self-confessed “dirty trickster” has been found guilty of lying to congress, obstruction and witness intimidation.
Rick Gates, a former Trump campaign official, testified that Trump "indicated that more information would be coming” after talking to Roger Stone.
New information emerged in 500 pages of FBI witness interrogation summaries obtained by BuzzFeed.