Report finds Russian plot to aid Trump

Senate intelligence panel backs spy agencies’ work



Mark Warner, the Senate Intelligence Committee vice chairman, called the Russian meddling an “extensive, sophisticated” effort.

The Senate Intelligence Committee has determined that the U.S. intelligence community was correct in assessing that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election with the aim of helping then-candidate Donald Trump, contradicting findings House Republicans reported last month.

Former CIA Director John Brennan (left) and Adm. Mike Rogers, the former National Security Agency chief, rush to a Senate Intelligence Committee meeti...

President Donald Trump walks toward Marine One on the White House lawn for a trip Wednesday to visit his wife, who is recovering from surgery at Walte...

Senate Intelligence Committee Chairman Richard Burr, R-N.C., goes behind closed doors as members of the Senate Intelligence Committee arrive to vote o...

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