President Trump today says he misspoke at yesterday’s disastrous news conference with Vladimir Putin. He explained that he said “would” instead of “wouldn’t.” Why wouldn’t it be Russia who meddled in the election? That explanation stretches credulity, but it may be enough to satisfy Republicans who’ve been critical. We talk with Democratic Congressman Adam Schiff about what Congress needs to do next.
President Trump dials back his rhetoric on Russia
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Rep. Adam Schiff on what Congress should do after Trump-Putin meeting
President Trump today says he misspoke at yesterday’s disastrous news conference with Vladimir Putin. He explained that he said “would” instead of “wouldn’t.” Why wouldn’t...
How vulnerable are future elections to Russian interference?
Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats was speaking at a Hudson Institute conference in DC last week, and he said, "The warning signs are there. Today, the digital...
7 min, 40 sec
What we know about the Russian woman indicted on espionage charges and her link with the NRA
On Monday, the Justice Department announced espionage charges against Maria Butina. She says she’s a Russian gun-rights advocate. Butina was arrested on Sunday in Washington.
10 min, 27 sec
Are the shootings at Malibu Creek State Park related?
About a month ago, a man was fatally shot in the head while camping at Malibu Creek State Park with his two daughters. The park has been closed since.
6 min, 16 sec