WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Members of the House Intelligence Committee agreed Monday evening on the boundaries of their investigation into Russia's alleged interference in the US elections.
The members signed off on a plan to examine contacts between President Donald Trump's campaign and Russia and also investigate who leaked key details about Russia's actions.
Committee members declined to provide in-depth details on the investigation.
"We have a document that we've signed and we'll
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