A photo that president tweeted to 64 million followers could help U.S. adversaries determine details of U.S. surveillance capabilities, experts warned.
"It's also a bad reflection on the country," said Trump's 11-day former communications director.
The former NSA contractor, sentenced to five years in prison, gave her first TV interview.
The Justice Department says an apparent Customs and Border Protection agent identified as Jeffrey Rambo was not involved in its leak investigation.
Journalist Ali Watkins also had her records secretly seized by the Justice Department earlier this year.
The president scored cheap political points this morning by undermining trust in the U.S. economy.
The agreements forbid senior White House staff members from talking, even after Trump's presidency ends.
We are not making this up.
The furniture contained thousands of secret pages.
A Google engineer's manifesto reveals the tech industry is not against declining profit to protect its exclusive pool of employees.
The deputy attorney general will meet with news leaders after Sessions announced a plan to revisit Obama-era guidelines on press freedom.
"We will not allow rogue anonymous sources with security clearances to sell out our country," the attorney general said Friday.
Did Fox News and the Trump administration work together to make up a story about a slain DNC staffer? The man at the center of the story says they did.
He mentions White House chief of staff Reince Priebus as he tweets about an investigation.
The president seemed to characterize some leaks as "just stupid people" vying for his attention.