By PBS NewsHour
As Congress takes a Thanksgiving break, Democratic and Republican staff members are drafting reports on the impeachment inquiry that will determine the next phases of the process. Jami Floyd, a host and legal editor at WNYC New York Public Radio,…
Rep. Jackie Speier, D-Calif., is a member of the House Intelligence Committee, and she questioned witnesses William Taylor and George Kent during the impeachment inquiry’s first public hearing Wednesday. She joins Judy Woodruff to discuss why she thinks President Trump…
By Associated Press
Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff, the chairman of the Intelligence Committee, says Trump sounds like a "mafia boss."…
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
On Wednesday, former special counsel Robert Mueller is scheduled to testify before House lawmakers at 8:30 a.m. EDT. Watch live here, starting with the PBS NewsHour's Mueller hearing pre-show at 6 a.m. EDT.
The debate over the Mueller report and its political fallout continue. More than three months after the investigation concluded, the former special counsel himself will testify before two congressional committees on July 17. Yamiche Alcindor joins Judy Woodruff to discuss…
The House Intelligence Committee has subpoenaed former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn and former Trump campaign aide Rick Gates as part of its investigation into Russian efforts to interfere with the 2016 election.
The hearing comes a day after fake footage of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg spread quickly on Instagram, supposedly gloating over his one-man domination of the world.
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.
The House intelligence committee chairman said Sunday he plans to release the transcripts of dozens of private interviews conducted during its investigation into Russian election-meddling and would push the director of national intelligence to declassify others.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The Justice Department says it has given House Republicans new classified information related to the Russia investigation after they had threatened to hold officials in contempt of Congress or even impeach them.
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