President Donald Trump denied that he asked former FBI Director James Comey to drop the Michael Flynn investigation.
What did former FBI Director James Comey's testimony tell us about Trump?
A statement from former FBI Director James Comey appeared on the Senate Intelligence Committee's website Wednesday.
Centrists scream "impeachment" and turn to the FBI—but they're too afraid to turn to the people.
The White House has not denied the report.
The president allegedly asked former FBI Director James Comey to end his investigation of Mike Flynn's ties to the Russian government.
Ranking officials of the House Oversight and Judiciary committees have asked the White House Counsel to release the tapes, if they exist.
Andrew McCabe also assured the committee that he would not inform the president of ongoing investigations into Russia's influence over the election.
Research suggests that, if the focus of the Russia scandal now shifts to congressional hearings, the president's already-low approval numbers will drop even further.
Members of Congress from across the aisle were troubled by the timing of Comey's dismissal.
Sources say Clinton aide Huma Abedin was forwarding far fewer emails containing classified information to her husband, Anthony Weiner.