A former top Justice Department official told Yahoo News she is deeply worried that President Trump could “delegitimize a lawful election" this November "and not cede power."
Vanita Gupta, head of the department's Civil Rights Division in the Obama administration, said the Minneapolis Police Department was on her “radar” during her tenure.
Conservative author and commentator Ann Coulter told Yahoo News she may cast a write-in vote for former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions rather than vote to reelect Trump.
Twitter employees are outraged by the company’s refusal to stop President Trump from using the platform to promote a conspiracy theory involving Joe Scarborough and a former staffer, according to tech journalist Kara Swisher.
Author Barton Gellman, who is sympathetic to Snowden but raises questions about some of his actions, said the former NSA contractor will not be able to return to America in his lifetime — unless he comes in handcuffs.
"There's a number of behaviors in Comey that ... have really cast the FBI in the worst possible light," ex-FBI official Frank Figliuzzi said on Yahoo's "Skullduggery" podcast.
A former senior FBI intelligence official said he believes that Saudi Arabian government officials played at least an indirect role in the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks on the United States.
Two web designers say they were fired by Amazon for organizing a virtual town hall to hear from the company’s low-paid warehouse staff.
By the end of the coronavirus’s “first wave” this summer, America will likely have buried close to 100,000 victims of the disease, researchers predict.
Sen. Mark Warner, the top Democrat on the Senate Intel Committee, says he expects that he and the GOP Chair Richard Burr will reach agreement on a final report in their Russia investigation that can be released in the coming months.
The FTC recently sent 21 warning letters to marketers who have taken advantage of the pandemic to dupe consumers with unproven therapies.
How did Lawrence Wright foresee the bleak scenario when so many at the highest levels of the U.S. government didn’t predict the coronavirus? “I listened,” he told the Yahoo News podcast “Skullduggery.”
Joe Biden’s campaign is tracking “ongoing and serious efforts” by foreign actors to manipulate U.S. voters, efforts that pose a “clear and present danger” to the 2020 election, Antony Blinken says.
“We have moved our convention back five weeks because we felt that that would maximize the potential to have a very robust, muscular convention in Milwaukee,” Perez told Yahoo News’ “Skullduggery” podcast.
Former Secretary of State John Kerry charged Thursday that the Trump administration was using the coronavirus pandemic as a cover to weaken key environmental regulations that will “kill more Americans.”
Health experts say they see significant evidence of differences in how blacks and whites are faring in the coronavirus pandemic — and it’s part of a larger structural issue in the health care system.
Much of the country is likely to see some social distancing restrictions ease by late May or early June, a top public health expert told Yahoo News on Friday.
CNN's chief media correspondent says Trump's coronavirus briefings should be aired on a delay so the networks can check his facts.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff says he is considering using the teleconferencing software Zoom to hold hearings while social distancing restrictions remain in place.
Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, widely touted as a potential vice president pick for Joe Biden, is offering fresh evidence that the coronavirus pandemic in her state is disproportionately affecting minorities.
Sen. Sherrod Brown defeated Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine in 2006, but now praises his old political foe's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
“It’s crazy,” J-L Cauvin said during an interview on the Yahoo News "Skullduggery" podcast. “It’s like eight years of a career shot into your vein in 72 hours.”
Many hospitals are putting together triage committees made up of doctors and ethicists who can help individual frontline doctors and nurses make on-the-spot decisions about where a needed ventilator should go, according to a leading medical ethicist.
Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy says that it will be difficult for states to switch to mail-in voting in time for the presidential election in November.
Green Party presidential candidate Howie Hankins says his party might be left off of many ballots unless petitioning requirements are relaxed.