Yahoo News Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff gives his analysis on the guilty verdict in the Roger Stone trial — and why star witness Randy Credico feels bad that his testimony could land Stone behind bars.
Historian Oleg Sokolov was pulled from the River Moyka in St Petersburg with a backpack containing a woman's severed arms.
Animal rights campaigners have voiced their support for the bear, which turned on its trainer during a performance at a circus in Olonets, Russia.
During a press briefing, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi gave her side of the contentious meeting Democrats had with President Trump on Wednesday.
Journalist and author of "Deep State" James Stewart joins Yahoo News Editor in Chief Dan Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to talk about the impeachment inquiry surrounding President Trump.
Five nuclear engineers were killed in the explosion at a naval sea platform near Sarov, Russia.
Rammstein guitarists Paul Landers and Richard Kruspe shared a brief kiss during a performance at Russia’s Luzhniki Stadium.
“Conspiracyland” is a podcast from the creators of Yahoo News' “Skullduggery.” Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff dives deep into the unsolved murder of DNC staff member Seth Rich to reveal startling new insights and exclusive interviews in this true-crime podcast. Each week, Isikoff peels away the layers of conspiracy around the murder — conspiracies that falsely claim Rich was killed in a targeted assassination as retaliation for sending DNC emails to WikiLeaks. The story follows the birth of the conspiracy theories, as memes about Rich's death spread like wildfire through the dark corners of the internet. It shows how these bogus claims were quickly picked up and promoted by so-called alt-right websites, and then brought into the mainstream by influential personalities like WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange, President Trump's longtime political adviser Roger Stone, White House counselor Steve Bannon and Fox News star Sean Hannity. Rich’s tragic story reveals how disinformation and conspiracy theories have exploded through the use of social media, and how they can be manipulated for cash, for publicity and, most of all, for cynical political purposes. This six-episode investigation demonstrates why conspiracy theories continue to have such a powerful hold on the American psyche, and who, if anybody, can be held accountable for the harm they cause.
Rep. Steve Scalise and Jenna McLaughlin, Yahoo News’ own national security and investigations reporter, join “Skullduggery” co-hosts Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman. Scalise is challenged on hot topics like immigration and impeachment, while McLaughlin fills us in on her scoop about U.S. Cyber Command launching a strike against an Iranian spy group. The announcement that Robert Mueller will testify before Congress, the citizenship census question, and the most recent sexual assault accusation against President Trump — by E. Jean Carroll — are all on the table as well in this episode.
Despite the potential acts of obstruction of justice, Rep. Steve Scalise claims there was none. Scalise claims the American people are asking ‘When are you going to move on to solving real problems.’
European Union president hit out at Vladimir Putin over comments he made suggesting that liberalism is 'obsolete'.
Iraq War veteran and double amputee Sen. Tammy Duckworth, D-Ill., says President Trump is “stealing” resources from the military to fund his border wall. In an interview with Yahoo News, Duckworth also says the commander in chief hasn’t done anything for the military besides “degrade it.”
New York Times financial editor David Enrich and Emily Brandwin, former CIA operations officer, join co-hosts Michael Isikoff and Daniel Klaidman on "Skullduggery." Trump's dealings with Deutsche Bank and what it's like to be a "spy" for the CIA will be discussed, as well as Mike and Dan's thoughts on Mueller's final public statement.