U.S. presidential campaign probes to require top officials' approval: Barr


U.S. Attorney General William Barr said on Monday that he would raise the threshold needed to open counterintelligence investigations of presidential campaigns, a move that follows complaints by President Donald Trump about government surveillance of his 2016 election campaign. (Reuters Politics) More More

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