How to understand a statement that says nothing about “recusal” and makes no explicit promise of non-participation.
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A handy FAQ-style overview of the easily-confused issues associated with the surveillance side of the controversy surrounding HPSCI Chair Devin Nunes.
Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence Devin Nunes announced this morning that he will be removing himself from the Committee’s investigation into Russian interference of the U.S. election.
Given all the public hoohah recently over incidental collection, I'd actually like to take a moment to thank the FBI for a recent incident of what appears to be incidental collection of communications about, well, me.
A review of what we know about the Justice Department's letters to Sally Yates indicating its intent to invoke executive privilege to keep Yates from testifying before the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence.
In light of HPSCI Chairman Devin Nunes's behavior yesterday, it is worth briefly reviewing the need for the new select committee, as well as our arguments as to why a select committee has advantages over an independent bipartisan commission—the model preferred by many Trump critics.
Rep. Devin Nunes’s statements yesterday may be puzzling in isolation, but they make a lot more sense in the context of recent events and his own conduct over the last month.
A few quick reactions to the HPSCI Chairman's press conferences and revelations today.
On Michael Flynn's resignation, Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), Chairman of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence wants answers from the FBI because “[t]he big problem I see here is that you have an American citizen who had his phone calls recorded.” He's wrong. And it matters.