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‘I want to know what role Comey played in this process’: Lindsey Graham says the Senate Judiciary Committee could force the former FBI dir...
Graham said he wants to hear from former FBI Director James Comey, explaining a cryptic tweet in which he said, "see you soon."
Flashback: Joe Biden’s first presidential run in 1988 cratered amid multiple instances of plagiarism
"My intent was not to deceive anyone,'' Biden wrote at the time. ''For if it were, I would not have been so blatant.''
Lindsey Graham vows to hold hearings to find out if top Justice Department officials discussed removing Trump by invoking the 25th Amendment
"So I promise your viewers the following: that we will have a hearing about who's telling the truth," Lindsey Graham told CBS.
Every moment as it unfolded when attorney general nominee William Barr appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee for high-stakes confirmation hea...
Barr previously served as attorney general under President George H.W. Bush. His views on the Mueller probe faced scrutiny from Democratic senators.
Attorney general nominee William Barr helped write the handbook on mass incarceration in the 1990s — but he says he realizes times have changed
Attorney General nominee William Barr has been criticized over the 1992 report, "The Case for More Incarceration."
He has made some statements in the past that give me some concern," Sen. Chris Coons, a Democrat serving Delaware, told INSIDER.
"The Finance Committee will be in good hands with Senator Grassley at the helm," Sen. Orrin Hatch said in a statement.
"I don’t take lightly making a referral of this nature, but ignoring this behavior will just invite more of it in the future," Sen. Grassley said.
Sen. Chuck Grassley, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, sent a letter to Google CEO Sundar Pichai blasting them for not disclosing the data vulnerabilities to Congress.
Judge Brett Kavanaugh's critics say his history of making evasive, misleading, and even provably false statements under oath should disqualify him from sitting on the nation's highest court.