FBI Director James Comey at a cyber security conference in Boston. He’ll be the lead-off witness when the House Intelligence Committee begins public hearings on Russian election meddling Monday.
FBI Director James Comey at a cyber security conference in Boston. He’ll be the lead-off witness when the House Intelligence Committee begins public hearings on Russian election meddling Monday. Stephan Savoia AP
FBI Director James Comey at a cyber security conference in Boston. He’ll be the lead-off witness when the House Intelligence Committee begins public hearings on Russian election meddling Monday. Stephan Savoia AP

Let the hearings begin: Comey kicks off House panel’s Russia election probe

March 20, 2017 03:00 AM

UPDATED March 20, 2017 05:22 AM

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