(CNN) -- The House intelligence committee announced Wednesday it will examine any communications between Russian officials and political campaigns, the identities of who leaked information about Russia's interference in the 2016 elections and the government's response.
The committee also announced that it has asked government agencies to retain records as part of its investigation.
"The committee is determined to continue and expand its inquiries into these areas, including Russi
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