Robert Menendez is credibly accused of serious crimes, but his party has never seemed to have a problem with him.
Hillary Clinton doesn’t have to worry about a special prosecutor, and three other takeaways from the Attorney General’s latest Congressional testimony.
It’s never too late to make sure future votes are secure from foreign interference. Here’s how.
But talk of Guantánamo, “extreme vetting,” and ending the Diversity Immigrant Visa Program is just a distraction from the real threat.
Sanctions regimes aren't simple, and they only work when their negative secondary effects do not outweigh their primary achievements.
Not all lies, even under oath, are prosecutable crimes.
Paul Manafort's arrest was a sign that the Justice Department knows it's been too lax on foreign agents.
Anyone who’s wary of Trump should be able to agree on blocking his nominees for U.S. attorney.
The director of the CIA has extraordinary influence over all counterintelligence investigations — and there are reasons to distrust his intentions.
The constitutional amendment on presidential disabilities could pose a real threat to Trump. But that shouldn't give his opponents solace.
The attorney general is aware of the threat Moscow poses to American elections — he just hasn’t done anything about it.
Congress would be right to reform FISA.