Senators Warner and Corker to Speak With The Times on Withering Bipartisanship

In an era where comity is fleeting and the art of the deal appears closed for business, some senators are lamenting the sunset of bipartisanship.

Live Briefing: What to Watch For as the Intelligence Committees Grill Facebook, Twitter and Google

The committees are investigating Russian interference in the 2016 election and want to know more about how the online platforms were used to sow discord and spread false information.

Senate Panel Cancels Meeting With Trump Lawyer Over Public Comments

The lawyer, Michael D. Cohen, said the rush to presume guilt was “un-American.” Senators had asked that he not speak publicly, and they quickly shut down the meeting.

Donald Trump Jr. to Meet With Senate Russia Investigators

President Trump’s eldest son is to meet Thursday with Senate Judiciary Committee investigators to answer questions about his meeting with a Kremlin-connected lawyer.

2 Psychologists in C.I.A. Interrogations Can Face Trial, Judge Rules

James Mitchell, a psychologist and former contractor for the C.I.A., is one of two defendants in the case. By SHERI FINK July 28, 2017 A federal court judge refused on Friday to drop a lawsuit against two psychologists who helped devise the C.I.A.’s...

Senator, (Un)Interrupted: Kamala Harris’s Rise Among Democrats

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER July 6, 2017 WASHINGTON — The casting call came early — the first of many unwelcome interruptions for Kamala Harris since November — consuming the Los Angeles nightclub where she was supposed to be celebrating an...