News Analysis: Rancor at White House as Russia Story Refuses to Let the Page Turn

News Analysis By PETER BAKER and MAGGIE HABERMAN July 11, 2017 WASHINGTON — If President Trump emerged from his meeting with President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia last week hoping he had begun to “move forward” from the...

Trump Misleads on Russian Meddling: Why 17 Intelligence Agencies Don’t Need to Agree

By MATTHEW ROSENBERG July 6, 2017 WASHINGTON — President Trump said on Thursday that only “three or four” of the United States’ 17 intelligence agencies had concluded that Russia interfered in the presidential election — a...

White House Memo: Trump’s Deflections and Denials on Russia Frustrate Even His Allies

The president’s refusal to acknowledge Russia’s cyberattacks last year, as well as the threat of future incursions, has dismayed fellow Republicans.

Senate Backs Measure Limiting President’s Power to Lift Sanctions

The Senate overwhelmingly approved a proposal aimed at punishing Russia for its meddling in the 2016 election. The House has yet to take it up.

New Bipartisan Sanctions Would Punish Russia for Election Meddling

Senate leaders said they had reached an agreement to approve the new sanctions, which would place the White House in an uncomfortable position.

John McCain’s Questions Leave James Comey, and Observers, Confused

The Arizona senator appeared to conflate two separate investigations as he questioned the former F.B.I. director.