Manafort won't testify during a public hearing Wednesday after he and the committee reached an agreement to continue negotiating the terms of his cooperation. The person demanded anonymity to discuss the private negotiations.
By Associated Press
California Sen. Dianne Feinstein said Tuesday that special counsel Bob Muller approved testimony of Manafort and Donald Trump Jr.
By PBS NewsHour
FBI director nominee Christopher Wray faced the Senate Judiciary Committee Wednesday in his confirmation hearing. The former federal prosecutor and defense attorney faced a long list of questions about his independence and allegiance to the law, as well as his…
By Eric Tucker, Chad Day, Associated Press
The Senate Judiciary Committee plans to question former campaign chairman Paul Manafort and will subpoena him if necessary, according to the panel's Republican chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa.
By Joshua Barajas
President Donald Trump's pick for the FBI said in prepared remarks at as his confirmation hearing that his loyalty is to the U.S. Constitution and the law.
Former Assistant Attorney General for National Security John Carlin joins Judy Woodruff to discuss congressional testimonies by former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and former Acting Attorney General Sally Yates and the ongoing investigation into Russia's interference in November's…
In our news wrap Wednesday, FBI Director James Comey spent hours before the Senate Judiciary Committee, rejecting criticism that he's mishandled investigations of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Also, the U.S. House of Representatives approved a compromise bill to fund…
The Senate Judiciary Committee is expected to vote Wednesday to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., as attorney general.
By Ed Silverman, STAT
Mylan has raised the list price of EpiPens more than 450 percent since 2004, after adjusting for inflation, according to Elsevier’s Gold Standard Drug Database. A pack of two EpiPens cost about $100 in today’s dollars in 2004, but the…
Justice Antonin Scalia’s death has unleashed a contentious political battle over the future of the Supreme Court. While President Obama has made clear he will nominate a candidate, most Senate Republicans say he shouldn't. Judy Woodruff talks to the two…
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