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Mueller’s testimony pushed to July 24 in a deal with House lawmakers that allows more time for questioning
Mueller's testimony was going to be limited to two hours — and only senior House lawmakers were going to be given time for questioning.
William Barr ordered an investigation into how the CIA concluded Russia wanted to help Trump in 2016 — but that investigation was already done 2...
Attorney General William Barr opened an investigation into the CIA that's already been done by Mike Pompeo, a former agency director.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says ‘articles of impeachment are under consideration’ for Trump
The Judiciary Committee has been looking into whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice amid the special counsel's Russia investigation.
Mueller’s Capitol Hill testimony is a week away, and multiple lawmakers admit they still haven’t read the Mueller report
Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska called the 448-page legal document "tedious," and Sen. Tim Scott wondered, "What's the point?" Politico reported.
The White House blocked former McGahn aide Annie Donaldson from answering Congress’ questions more than 200 times
The White House's objections stemmed from "constitutionally-based Executive Branch confidentiality interests that are implicated."
Jimmy Carter just called Trump an illegitimate president who was elected only because of Russian interference
"He lost the election, and was put into office because of the Russians interfering on his behalf," the former president said.
Reps. Jerry Nadler and Adam Schiff said in a letter that they "look forward to hearing his testimony, as do all Americans."
Trump said if he had ‘one do-over’ as president it would be choosing Jeff Sessions as attorney general
President Donald Trump said in a 'Meet the Press' interview that if he had one do-over as president, it would be the nomination of Jeff Sessions.
Here’s why Hope Hicks didn’t answer a staggering 155 questions during her testimony before the House Judiciary Committee
Former White House communications director Hope Hicks was blocked from answering 155 questions while testifying before the House Judiciary Committee.
White House lawyers blocked Hope Hicks from answering questions 155 times during her congressional testimony, citing ‘absolute immunity’
White House lawyers said the immunity assertion applied to "anything about her knowledge of anything" while Hope Hicks worked at the White House.