While there was continuing fallout today from the story that Trump lied to the American people about the seriousness of the coronavirus, the breaking stories were mostly about securing the election. Overwhelmingly, the stories today were about controlling the flow of information to voters.
- June 15, 2017The attorney general's testimony before the Senate intelligence committee was more smoke and mirrors.
- June 14, 2017A lawyer helps to break down the different ways of arguing what constitutes obstruction of justice.
- June 9, 2017Donald Trump and Alan Dershowitz share a penchant for praising their own indispensability.
- June 9, 2017The testimony of the fired FBI director revealed a president who sees himself more crime boss than chief executive.
- June 8, 2017A tech-savvy measure introduced by members of the Congressional Progressive Caucus would protect against cyber meddling.