The Justice Department is offering more insight into how it addressed potential conflicts of interest when former FBI Director Robert Mueller was appointed special counsel for the Trump-Russia investigation
Former White House official Neomi Rao formally sworn in as newest federal appeals court judge in D.C.
Former White House official Neomi Rao was formally sworn in Friday as the newest judge on the federal appeals court in Washington in a ceremony attended by prominent members of the legal community and
The House Judiciary Committee has gone to court to enforce the subpoena it issued in April for the former White House counsel’s testimony. Arguments are teed up, and the court has an expedited schedule
The resolution authorizes Chairman Jerrold Nadler to designate certain hearings as part of the continuing investigation into President Trump WASHINGTON—A House panel formalized procedures for its investigation
A powerful case can be made that President Trump’s egregious actions in office — particularly his efforts to derail the investigation of special counsel Robert S. Mueller III — justify a vote by the House
The current incremental approach by liberal leaders may not only fail to impeach the president, but could well undermine the authority of Congress. The resolution to set ground rules for an impeachment
House panel subpoenas DHS for documents on reports Trump offered pardons related to immigration agenda
(CNN) — The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday issued a subpoena for documents related to reports of President Donald Trump offering pardons to administration officials in his push to further his agenda.
The window to impeach Trump is closing, and senior lawmakers are sending mixed messages. House Democrats return to Capitol Hill next week with an impeachment mess on their hands and just weeks to make
Democrats in the House Judiciary Committee suggested in a court filing Monday that they have been carrying out an impeachment investigation of President Trump since before Robert Mueller’s report was submitted,