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The House Oversight and Reform Committee is considering revising the federal ethics-in-government laws.
Several key witnesses have so far declined to provide testimony or documents on Trump’s orders.
Democrats had expressed hope that if the House votes on articles, it would do so this year.
President Trump immediately asserted that the FBI had tried to “overthrow the presidency.”
Indigenous women experience some of the highest rates of murder and sexual violence in the nation.
The president said if the House votes to impeach him, he would welcome a trial in the GOP-led Senate.
Videos posted to social media showed short bursts of flames coming from the plane’s right engine.
The company faces dozens of additional lawsuits over a second Max crash four months later in Ethiopia.
Some owners might be inclined to answer their dog’s life is priceless.
He claimed he sought only to express outrage at the Trump administration’s family separation policies.
Attorney General William Barr said he initially had his own suspicions about financier… Continue reading
A district court judge blocked the administration’s plans to start federal executions next month.
Democrats leave Trump in suspense on where impeachment goes next
No final decisions were made on strategy for a trial that, if it happens, could come in January.
David Holmes and Fiona Hill are testifying in Thursday’s public impeachment inquiry.
The Prime Minister is charged with fraud, breach of trust and accepting bribes.
The latest faceoff came against the backdrop of impeachment consuming Washington.
But congressional allies say the effort remains handicapped by the president’s own unpredictable reactions.
“Everyone was in the loop,” Gordon Sondland said during Wednesday’s impeachment inquiry. “It was no secret.”
Ambassador Sondland said he told the vice president he had concerns about the issue of investigations.