Attorney General Jeff Sessions apparently hasn't ruled out a special counsel to investigate the Clinton Foundation - and several other things.
The U.S. Justice Department reportedly gave RT America until Nov. 13 to register, or it could face consequences.
The former interim head of the Democratic National Committee says it signed an agreement giving Clinton control over the party during the primary.
Facebook, Twitter and Google are set to testify at a Senate subcommittee hearing to help find solutions to Russian disinformation.
RT and Sputnik can no longer run ads on Twitter. The company said its decision is based on the outlets' involvement in 2016 election interference.
The story connecting the data firm and Wikileaks was first reported by The Daily Beast.
Recent reports claim an FBI investigation uncovered bribery and extortion before the deal was approved.
More than 20 states have advanced bills similar to the one Brown vetoed, but none of those bills has become law.
A study of political campaigns argues some candidates' efforts won't matter.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote a post responding to President Donald Trump's claim that Facebook is "anti-Trump."
Five things you need to know before heading to Hillary Clinton's book signing on Thursday.
Sources say Jared Kushner wasn't the only White House adviser who used a personal email account to discuss government business.