The House Judiciary Committee will meet on Thursday to consider options for procedures going forward on hearings on impeaching Donald Trump.
We need to know, and the nation’s knowing depends on Congress taking the lead, not waiting for the people's will to catch up.History shows that’s not how we realize our ideals and uphold the Constitution.
On the same day that Trump claimed that Democrats couldn't legislate and investigation, the House Judiciary Committee passed permanent protections for Dreamers.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) said that impeachment may be unavoidable because Trump has committed crimes while in office.
Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY), Ted Deutch (D-FL) and Eric Swalwell (D-CA) have introduced a bill that would allow for Trump to be indicted.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler rejected AG Barr's water down offer made to avoid a contempt vote.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler has given Attorney General Barr until 9 AM Monday to turn over the full Mueller report and evidence or be held in contempt of Congress.
House Judiciary Committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) ripped AG Barr while vowing to make sure that Trump will not become a monarch.
House Judiciary Committee chairman, Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) will hold a vote on allowing lawyers to question Attorney General Barr on Thursday.
House Democrats say they will vote on Wednesday to subpoena Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s complete report. They also will subpoena Mueller’s underlying evidence files and other materials, according to CNN.
Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler of New York on Monday published an editorial in the New York Times telling Attorney General Bill Barr that he must release special counsel Robert Mueller’s report on Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election by Tuesday or face legal action from Congress.
Donald Trump is really going off the rails. His crazy antics might be funny if he weren’t the most powerful man in the world, who has the codes to America’s nuclear weapons.
As head of both the U.S. military and the U.S. law enforcement agencies, Trump is in a unique position to abuse his power by persecuting (and perhaps prosecuting) people who criticize him.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said on Sunday that it would be “equivalent to a cover up” if the Department of Justice (DOJ) refuses to release the underlying information behind special counsel Robert Mueller’s final report.
It was once rumored that Donald Trump would throw Jared Kushner under the bus, but now it appears that the opposite may be happening. According to reports that came out last night, Trump’s son-in-law, who is also a senior White House adviser, is now cooperating with the investigations of House Democrats.
Panelists on MSNBC’s Morning Joe television program were laughing out loud this morning after Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) said that President Donald Trump was not worthy of impeachment.
In comments yesterday Speaker Pelosi dismissed the president as “unfit” for office, but she also said that impeachment was too divisive for the country. She said she didn’t want to risk creating divisiveness due to Trump. “He’s just not worth it,” she said.
For the first time ever Donald Trump attacked Rep. Jerry Nadler, the House Judiciary Committee chairman, on his Twitter account this morning. He is clearly not happy about the new lines of investigation into his family’s business and his presidency. He accused Democrats of going “stone cold CRAZY” and then later accused them of obstructing justice.
William Barr as the new Attorney General of the United States, will make the call about who gets a copy of the final report issued by special counsel Bob Mueller. But if he tries to stop Congress from using Mueller’s work for its own probes, he will have a major fight on his hands, according to House Judiciary Committee chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY).
House Democrats are investigating acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to determine if he has ever improperly shared information about special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation with President Trump or his lawyers.
When Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham asked William P. Barr, Donald Trump’s nominee for attorney general, whether it would be a crime if “the president tried to coach somebody not to testify, or testify falsely,” Barr was very clear in his answer, saying simply: “Yes. Under an obstruction statute, yes.”
After the latest bombshell allegation that Trump in 2017 ordered his personal attorney to lie to Congress — the most damning allegation against the president so far — many House Democrats are now saying they’ve had enough and don’t want to wait any longer for Bob Mueller to finish his report.