- The House Intelligence Committee on Saturday released a long-awaited Democratic rebuttal to a GOP memo that outlined alleged government surveillance abuses during the 2016 presidential campaign -- a rebuttal that came with heavy redactions.
- The House Intelligence Committee released Saturday the long-anticipated Democratic rebuttal which attempts to dismantle claims made in a GOP memo alleging the government used improper surveillance tactics during the 2016 presidential campaign.
- President Trump on Saturday dismissed a Democratic rebuttal to a GOP memo outlining government surveillance abuses in the 2016 campaign as a “total political and legal bust,\" claiming that it only confirms that ”terrible things” were done by the nation’s intelligence agencies.
- A Texas high school teacher has reportedly been placed on administrative leave after allegedly recording a fight between two students instead of intervening.
- Former Republican National Committee Chairman Mike Steele on Saturday challenged CPAC organizer Matt Schlapp over a group spokesman’s suggestion that Steele was appointed to lead the RNC only because he is black and about Schlapp’s response to the comment.
- Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif., the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, has been leading the charge against the GOP memo, calling it a \"political hit job\" on the FBI.
- The United Nations Security Council unanimously approved a 30-day cease fire in Syria so that it could deliver humanitarian aid and evacuate the critically ill and wounded.
- The White House and the top Democrat on the House Intelligence committee sparred Saturday over the release of the memo by Democrats regarding the alleged surveillance abuses in the Russia investigation.
- Comparisons between Ivanka Trump, Kim Jong Un’s sister are sickening – Media can’t decide which way to leanIvanka Trump is in South Korea for the closing ceremonies of the Winter Olympic Games and, inevitably, she is being compared to North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un’s sister, Kim Yo Jong, who attended the opening ceremonies.
- The White House is reviewing a memo written by Democratic lawmakers on the House Intelligence Committee regarding the Russia investigation to determine whether to make it public.