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Flynn puts FBI director back in spotlight

By Katie Bo Williams
The spotlight is back on FBI Director James Comey thanks to Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security adviser.
Comey, whom Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton’s campaign blamed for her loss in last year’s presidential election, is now reportedly presiding over an investigation that appears to have implicated one of President Trump’s top aides.
Republicans and Democrats alike are watching closely, putting pressure on the bureau for a public accounting.
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White House struggles to contain Flynn fallout

By Jordan Fabian
The White House on Tuesday sought to contain the damage caused by Michael Flynn’s resignation as national security adviser, insisting he did not break the law in his conversations with Russia.
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Senate GOP wants to question Flynn

By Scott Wong and Cristina Marcos
Top Senate Republicans said Tuesday the Intelligence Committee should investigate the circumstances surrounding the resignation of Michael Flynn as President Trump’s national security adviser and ask him to appear before Congress for questioning.
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