Senate Intelligence Vice-Chair Expects Trump Family Back For More QuestionsThe vice-chair of the Select Senate Intelligence committee said he expects members of President Donald Trump's family to be called back to testify again based on new information from former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Michael Flynn's Legal Team Informs White House They Can No Longer Discuss Mueller InvestigationFlynn resigned in February after acknowledging secret talks with Russia's ambassador to the United States.
Chris Christie: I Wouldn't Have Let Michael Flynn In The White HouseChristie said he didn't "need to feel vindicated,'' but added that Flynn wasn't his "cup of tea.''
Trump Asked Comey To End Probe Of Ex-National Security Adviser Flynn, Sources SaySources told CBS News late Tuesday that President Donald Trump asked then-FBI Director James Comey to end an investigation focusing on former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.
Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates: I Told White House Russia Could Blackmail Michael FlynnYates said she met with the White House Counsel Don McGahn on Jan. 26 to warn McGahn that press accounts of statements from Vice President Mike Pence and other high-level White House officials had made about Michael Flynn were untrue.
Former DOJ Official Sally Yates To Testify On Ex-National Security Adviser FlynnSally Yates, a top Justice Department official in the Obama administration, is set to testify Monday about President Donald Trump's dismissed national security adviser.
Trump Vows To Support American Businesses, Veterans As 100th Day ApproachesThe president made announcements on NAFTA, the aluminum industry, and veterans affairs Thursday, while Congressional leaders continued to discuss health care and fired national security adviser Michael Flynn.
Trump Narrows In On 100th Day In Office; Flynn Under Fire Over Russian TiesAs President Donald Trump prepares to mark his 100th day in office, he’s also hoping to avoid a government shutdown.
Trump: Flynn Should Testify Before Congressional Intelligence Committees & Receive ImmunityFormer National Security Adviser Michael Flynn says he's ready to talk to the Congressional committees looking into Russian interference in the U.S. presidential election, but he wants immunity.
Flynn In Talks To Testify Before House, Senate Committees About Russia, 2016 ElectionFormer National Security Adviser Michael Flynn is in discussions with the House and Senate intelligence committees on receiving immunity from ``unfair prosecution'' in exchange for questioning, according to Flynn’s attorney.
President Trump Names Army Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster National Security AdviserTrump’s national security adviser, Michael Flynn, resigned last week. The White House said he misled Vice President Mike Pence about his contacts with the Russian ambassador.