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Here's what Republican senators say about whistleblower complaint

The highly anticipated whistleblower report regarding President Donald Trump and his conversations with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky shook Washington on Thursday as the public rushed to read the nine-page document. But some of the most influential people on Capitol Hill -- Senate Republicans -- didn't have much to say in the hours after it came out.

Memo: Justice Dept. ignored some allegations by whistleblower

The Justice Department's Office of Legal Counsel essentially ignored some allegations from a whistleblower complaint regarding President Donald Trump's communications with Ukraine when it decided not to forward the complaint to Congress, according to a newly unsealed memo from the department's policy office.

Dementia drugmaker to pay $116 million in fraud settlement

A pharmaceutical company that whistleblowers alleged paid doctors to prescribe its main drug and urged salespeople to push it as a way to control unruly dementia patients will pay more than $100 million to settle government fraud allegations.

Schiff says Giuliani may have broken the law

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff on Thursday said Rudy Giuliani's involvement in the escalating Ukraine controversy may have broken the law but doesn't think the Justice Department will investigate him.

Pelosi taps House Intel to lead narrow impeachment push

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has tasked the Intelligence Committee to initially take the lead on the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, telling her colleagues that the probe will for now be focused on allegations that he asked the leader of Ukraine to initiate an inv

What is CrowdStrike and why is it part of whistleblower complaint?

The cybersecurity company CrowdStrike, which has been at the center of false conspiracy theories since 2016, is once again in focus after a White House transcript published on Wednesday revealed President Donald Trump brought it up in his July call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.

Intel watchdog feared Trump-Ukraine call was 'security' risk

President Donald Trump could have been exposed to "serious national security and counterintelligence risks" if he pressured the leader of Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden, a political rival, in a call this summer, the intelligence community's inspector general said.

Whistleblower tentatively agrees to testify, attorneys say

The anonymous whistleblower who filed a complaint with the intelligence community inspector general, which includes allegations about President Donald Trump's conduct, has tentatively agreed to meet with congressional lawmakers, according to correspondence obtained by CNN.

House approves whistleblower resolution as lawmakers review complaint

The House of Representatives voted on Wednesday to approve a resolution calling on the Trump administration to release a whistleblower complaint to Congress that has ignited a backlash against the President even though lawmakers have now been given access to the complaint in a secure location on Capitol Hill.

Acting spy chief in spotlight ahead of House whistleblower hearing

Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, nearly two months after taking over as head of the intelligence agency, is facing intense scrutiny amid a widening controversy surrounding his handling of a whistleblower complaint regarding President Donald Trump.

Dan Coats feels 'so bad' for successor as Ukraine drama ramps up

Former Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats on Tuesday said he feels "so bad" for acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire, who stepped into the role just as a whistleblower complaint about President Donald Trump launched an escalating political controversy.

McConnell says Senate will 'find out what happened' with whistleblower

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday "we're going to find out what happened" about a whistleblower's complaint regarding President Donald Trump and said he expects the Senate Intelligence Committee will conduct a "responsible, rather apolitical, at least bipartisan" probe of the matter.