Michael Cohen, a former personal lawyer for US President Donald Trump, claims he paid a firm to manipulate online polling data "at the direction of" Trump.
The WA Justice Department says some of the statements used to promote the fundraiser are "not true".
- by AAP
Interference campaigns may be more advanced and more targeted than previously understood, new research suggests.
- by Chris Zappone
If you haven't logged off of Facebook yet today, one of America's oldest African-American advocacy groups would like you to do so - now.
The report is the first to study millions of posts by Russia-linked accounts, including on YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Tumblr and email.
- by Craig Timberg and Tony Romm
It is impossible to spend a day in Washington without hearing or reading Mueller's name. He will go down in history as one of the key figures of the Trump era.
- by Roxanne Roberts
Maria Butina, a Russian gun rights activist, is poised to plead guilty in a case involving accusations she was working as an agent for the Kremlin in the US.
- by Rosalind S. Helderman and Spencer S. Hsu
Workers in Paris swept up broken glass and towed away burnt-out cars on Sunday after the latest round of protests in the French capital.
Russia's efforts to weaken America's democratic institutions aren't limited to elections - but also extend to the US justice system.
- by Bastien Inzaurralde
EU authorities want internet companies including Google, Facebook and Twitter to file monthly reports on their progress eradicating "fake news" campaigns.