House Judiciary chief calls White House stance on panel probe 'preposterous'
Wednesday, 15 May 2019 U.S. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler said on Wednesday that the White House's refusal to cooperate with his panel's probe of allegations of obstruction of justice and abuses of power by President Donald Trump was "preposterous" and puts the president above the law.
According to a report by Reuters, on Wednesday, the US Senate approved a bill that would grant 4.6 billion dollars for border aid in an attempt to stem illegal migration across the country's southern..
Robert Mueller to Testify Publicly Before Congress on July 17 Just last month, Mueller said he wouldn't speak anymore of his investigation into 2016 election interference. But he will now do so after..
US Special Counsel Robert Mueller has agreed to testify on July 17 on his report into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, the House Judiciary... DNA Also reported by •Reuters •Newsy •WorldNews
Former top White House adviser Hope Hicks refused to answer House Judiciary Committee questions about her time in the White House, dimming Democrats' chances of... USATODAY.com Also reported by •Seattle Times •CBS News
WASHINGTON (AP) — The House Judiciary Committee has released a transcript of its interview with former top White House adviser Hope Hicks. Hicks on Wednesday... Seattle Times Also reported by •Reuters •Reuters India •Newsmax •Newsy
By Rachael Bade | Washington Post WASHINGTON – The White House is barring a former top aide to President Donald Trump from answering dozens of questions about... WorldNews Also reported by •CBS News •Reuters