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AG Jeff Sessions Offered Resignation Amid Trump Tensions - Report

After days/weeks of speculation regarding a further degradation of the relationship between President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions, ABC is now reporting that things have become so tense that Sessions has actually offered his resignation.

Is Bannon Back? Senior Trump Advisers Push Kushner To "Take A Step Back"

Despite Kelly and McMaster both brushing off Kushner's 'Russian back-channel' story as standard practice for new administrations, increasing controversy surrounding the president's son-in-law have reportedly prompted senior advisers to suggest it's time for Kushner to "take a step back."

Trump Retains Marc Kasowitz As Private Attorney For Russia Probe

As reported earlier by Charles Gasparino of Fox News and subsequently confirmed by ABC, President Trump has reportedly retained Marc Kasowitz to assist with Special Counsel Mueller's probe of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian officials.

Judicial Watch Sues For Sally Yates' Emails

"Between her involvement in the Russian surveillance scandal and her lawless effort to thwart President Trump’s immigration executive order, Sally Yates’ short tenure as the acting Attorney General was remarkably troubling.  Her email traffic might provide a window into how the anti-Trump ‘deep state’ abused the Justice Department."

Yates / Clapper Hearing: Flynn In Deep Trouble But Still "No Evidence" Of Trump Collusion With Russia

After hours of testimony from former DNI Director Clapper and Former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates, it's fairly safe to say that General Michael Flynn did not fare well in today's testimony.  But despite Flynn's uncertain fate, team Trump can take some solace from Clapper's assertion that there is still "no evidence" of collusion between Trump and Russia during the 2016 campaign.

Watch Live: FBI Director Labels WikiLeaks "Intelligence Porn" And Other Senate Hearing Updates

Just one day after Hillary Clinton laid all of the blame for her 2016 election loss squarely at the feet of James Comey, the controversial FBI director is set to take the stand before the Senate Judiciary Committee to answer, among other things, questions about "inconsistencies" in his commentary on the Trump should be a fun hearing with plenty of theatrics and grandstanding.