‘Steele dossier’ source up next in Durham probe of Trump-Russia investigations

'Steele dossier' source up next in Durham probe of Trump-Russia investigations

Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann is set to be followed by special counsel John Durham’s case against a source of discredited reports in the infamous “Steele dossier”– with potentially more prosecutions to come. Like Sussmann, Igor Danchenko — who faces trial in Virginia in October — is accused of lying … Read more

Trump-Russia trial of Hillary Clinton’s ‘Alfa Bank’ lawyer opens

Trump-Russia trial of Hillary Clinton's 'Alfa Bank' lawyer opens

Special Counsel John Durham’s three-year probe into the FBI and Robert Mueller’s investigations of former President Donald Trump’s 2016 presidential campaign will reach a critical moment with Monday’s trial of former Hillary Clinton campaign lawyer Michael Sussmann. The outcome of the closely watched case in Washington, DC — the first trial to result from Durham’s virtually … Read more

Polish Nobel author Olga Tokarczuk says Russia threat to ‘free world’

Polish Nobel author Olga Tokarczuk says Russia threat to 'free world'

JERUSALEM — A Polish Nobel Prize-winning author on Sunday called Russia a threat to the “free world,” saying its attack on neighboring Ukraine had echoes of the Second World War. Olga Tokarczuk, known for her humanist themes and playful, subversive streak, spoke at the Jerusalem International Writers Festival. “The Poles share the Ukrainian feeling of … Read more

Sen. Chris Van Hollen hospitalized after stroke

Sen. Chris Van Hollen hospitalized after stroke

Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) announced Sunday that he suffered a minor stroke over the weekend and is currently being hospitalized. The 63-year-old senator was delivering a speech in western Maryland over the weekend when he started to feel light-headed, he said. He sought medical attention following his speech and soon learned that he experienced a … Read more