The presidential candidate said if Trump isn't impeached and she wins the White House, the Justice Department should purse an obstruction case based on the findings from special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press
Donald Trump Jr. said he was happy to clarify answers from an interview with the panel's staff in 2017, but told reporters, "I don't think I changed any of what I said because there was nothing to change."…
By Eric Tucker, Mary Clare Jalonick, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
At the House Intelligence Committee hearing, Robert Anderson and Stephanie Douglas highlighted aspects of the Mueller report they said showed Russian efforts to screen and test Trump campaign associates in hopes of maximizing their chances of getting what they wanted.
In our Tuesday news wrap, the House voted to let committees sue agencies and witnesses who defy subpoenas, such as Attorney General William Barr and former White House counsel Don McGahn. Meanwhile, President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden…
Congressional Democrats remain conflicted about whether to pursue impeachment against President Trump. When asked about her plans investigating the president, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi responded that “what we’re doing is winning in court.” Lisa Desjardins joins Judy Woodruff…
By Judy Woodruff, Saher Khan
Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., is a former Marine who served four tours of duty in Iraq. Now a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, he's emphasizing his military service and national security credentials as he faces off against other…
By Associated Press
The House voted Tuesday to make it easier to file lawsuits against witnesses who defy subpoenas, which includes former White House Counsel Don McGahn.
By Associated Press
Tuesday's vote reflects an evolving strategy for Democrats, who have moved toward lawsuits and away from criminal contempt as they investigate President Donald Trump and his administration.
By John Hanna, Associated Press
The party is moving away from its more traditional caucuses, trying ranked-choice voting and allowing mail ballots to boost participation.
By Tom Krisher, Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
In tweets Tuesday, President Donald Trump exaggerated how much of the auto industry had moved to Mexico and inaccurately asserted that if he imposed a tax of 25 percent on all Mexican goods, all the automaker jobs would immediately return…
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