Former special counsel Robert Mueller's congressional testimony Wednesday is one of the most anticipated hearings on Capitol Hill in years. Here's what to watch for.
By Lisa Desjardins
In an tense, hourslong congressional hearing Thursday, FBI agent Peter Strzok was defiant as Republicans unleashed blistering attacks, saying his anti-Trump sentiment — captured in personal text messages — is evidence of bias at the Justice Department.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
General Motors CEO Mary Barra returned to address Congress about an internal company report on the ignition switch defect that has been linked to at least 13 deaths. Barra announced a new campaign to reward employees who report safety concerns,…
By PBS NewsHour
News Wrap: Conservative Groups Speak Out at Congressional Hearing on IRS…
FBI Investigation Continues on Benghazi Attacks, Searching for Alleged Suspects…
In other news Tuesday, the parents of the late 17-year-old Trayvon Martin attended congressional Democrats' forum on racial profiling and hate crimes. They thanked the panel for convening the event, but did not testify. Also, the Environmental Protection Agency called…
Former Citigroup executives apologized before members of Congress for their company's involvement in the global financial crisis. Jeffrey Brown talks to the chairmen of the Financial Crisis Inquiry Commission about their ongoing inquiry.
A Justice Department report released Monday concludes that former top agency officials broke the law by weighing applicants' political leanings when making hiring decisions. Experts examine the findings.
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