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.
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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.
A brief examination of the three major criminal laws of lying that have pervaded public discourse on the Russia Connection.
As we face an unexpected onslaught against liberal democracy, Congress must step up and do its part to protect the American experiment and the international order.
Today’s just-concluded HPSCI hearing provided an informative, remarkably varied tour d’horizon of issues related to Russian interference in the 2016 election.
Comey's testimony before the House Intelligence Committee was bad for President Trump. Really bad.
Video and liveblog of the House Intelligence Committee's much-anticipated open hearing on Russian active measures during the 2016 campaign.
Comey's communicativeness with the committee—and through it with the public—will almost certainly be inversely proportional to the seriousness of the Russia investigation.
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Nobel laureate Thomas Schelling’s seminal work on strategy and bargaining theory provide a language to understand modern information warfare.