By Lisa Mascaro, Eric Tucker, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
Rep. Jerrold Nadler also is asking Republicans on his committee which witnesses they plan to ask permission to subpoena.
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
On Capitol Hill, Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee are emphasizing that impeaching President Trump is still a real possibility. In a party line vote, the committee passed a resolution setting rules for future impeachment investigation hearings, with Chair Jerry…
By Yamiche Alcindor
The resolution is a technical step, and the panel would still have to introduce impeachment articles against Trump and win approval from the House to bring charges against Trump.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The House Judiciary and Oversight and Government Reform committees are asking for information regarding "multiple efforts" by the president, vice president, and other Trump administration officials to spend taxpayer money at properties owned by Trump.
The panel is also expected to file a lawsuit next week to try to enforce a subpoena against former White House counsel Donald McGahn, a key Mueller witness, if he doesn't comply before then.
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 Mary Clare Jalonick, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Tuesday's House vote on whether committees can enforce Trump subpoenas in federal court reflects a new strategy for Democrats, who have moved toward lawsuits and away from criminal contempt as they investigate the Trump administration.
In our Monday news wrap, House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says the Justice Department has agreed to turn over some underlying evidence from the Mueller report. The move delays any House effort to hold Attorney General William Barr in criminal…
House Judiciary chairman Jerry Nadler says the Justice Department has agreed to provide underlying evidence from Mueller report.
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