Jonathan Landay

Reuters

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Jonathan Landay is a national security correspondent for Reuters. He formerly covered national security for McClatchy Newspapers.

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The Justice Department released its highly anticipated report on the FBI’s investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.

Inspector General: There was no FBI plot to undermine the Trump campaign, but mistakes were made

The Justice Department released its highly anticipated report on the FBI’s investigation into possible ties between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia.

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As Attorney General Jeff Sessions and others testify about what they knew and who they talked to, is the basic issue being lost in the political drama?

Is Washington missing the forest for the trees?

As Attorney General Jeff Sessions and others testify about what they knew and who they talked to, is the basic issue being lost in the political drama?

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President Trump returned from Europe to new reports about FBI investigations of his inner circle.

FBI probing Kushner's contacts with Russian officials

President Trump returned from Europe to new reports about FBI investigations of his inner circle.

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