Former FBI Director James Comey will reportedly not say that President Donald Trump interfered in the investigation into former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn during his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday.
The New York Times’ public editor, Elizabeth Spayd, is leaving Friday and her position, one created to strengthen the paper’s focus on accountability following a plagiarism scandal, will be eliminated.
Former FBI Director James Comey privately called President Trump “crazy” and “outside the realm of normal” for his March accusation that President Obama wiretapped him, according to a report.
The New York Times reported Monday that a sanctuary bill in a liberal Maryland county faced “surprise” opposition from the county’s legal immigrant communities.
A New York Times correspondent falsely reported Thursday on Twitter that members of the House of Representatives unanimously voted to exempt themselves from the Republican health care bill.