An intelligence official told lawmakers that Russia was planning to interfere in the Democratic primaries as well as the general election.
Plus, Trump appoints a new—albeit inexperienced—acting director of national intelligence, and more news you need to know.
Although their annual gathering is only a couple of months away, the bipartisan group of federal judges is holding an emergency meeting on Wednesday to talk about growing concerns of political interference.
Plus, North Carolina Democrats fear meddling in Senate primary and a Senate committee in Virginia rejected a proposal to ban assault-style rifles.
Plus three more things to know today, February 17.
Plus, Nevada unveils a new "caucus calculator" to help in reporting, and more.
“The fact is that Democrats deserved better than what happened on caucus night,” Iowa Democratic Party Chairman Troy Price wrote in his resignation letter.