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  • By Karoun Demirjian, Greg Miller and Philip Rucker | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - The chairman of the House Intelligence Committee acknowledged Monday that he had made a secret visit to the White House last week to view intelligence files he then cited as proof of potentially improper spying activity against President Donald Trump, casting new doubt on the independence of a congressional investigation into Russian election interference.

  • By Ellen Nakashima | The Washington Post

WASHINGTON - FBI Director James B. Comey and National Security Agency head Michael S. Rogers are set to testify on Monday on the intelligence community's conclusion that Russia interfered in the 2016 presidential election, and they will also face questions about possible collusion between associates of President Donald Trump and the Kremlin.