A birthday card! An all-American trip! Tweets! Stolen American identities!
The GOP's absence from the Senate Foreign Relations Committee's report on Russian interference is sad and abnormal.
Top intelligence and administration officials answer questions about the 2016 presidential election.
If the meeting at Trump Tower feels to you like treason, that's probably because it may actually be espionage.
A Friday morning tweetstorm has Washington scratching its head.
The former FBI chief goes on the attack in his first public account of his firing, accusing the president of pressuring him to drop Flynn probe.
One Beiruti photographer went looking for America’s heart in 24 towns named for his homeland. This is his journey.
In confirmation hearing, Dan Coates said Kremlin interference needs to be addressed.
The international order is based on values, institutions, and moral leadership — not transactional politics.
The President-elect still refuses to believe Moscow tipped the scales, despite growing evidence of a multi-faceted campaign.
James Clapper answers the president-elect, reiterating Russia’s interference in the election.
FP’s reporters, writers, and editors share some of the most important, personal, and challenging stories they worked on in 2016.
As the Trump administration organizational chart comes into focus, the big question is whether the most powerful man in the world will be Mike Pence or Reince Priebus. Or Steve Bannon?