The head of the Senate Judiciary Committee said Tuesday that he wants to move quickly on the hearing to confirm Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) as attorney general. Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) said that he plans to schedule the hearing before the inauguration, and noted that the hearings for Eric Holder and John Ashcroft happened prior […]
Chuck Grassley cannot wait for Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III to become attorney general and start weakening voting rights and civil rights enforcement. The Senate Judiciary Committee chair is planning to kick off confirmation hearings...Show More Summary
According to Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley, the Obama administration is getting ready to unilaterally admit thousands of refugees...
Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee Chuck Grassley is praising President-elect Donald Trump's decision to appoint colleague Jeff Sessions...
Politico reports: The air war over Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee is already beginning, less than two weeks after the election. The conservative Judicial Crisis Network is launching an ad buy of more than $175,000 to applaud Senate...Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans Chuck Grassley of Iowa, Mike Lee of Utah re-elected to Senate.
Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) coasted to re-election Tuesday, defeating former Lt. Gov. Patty Judge for a sixth term in the upper chamber. Grassley, 83, drew the ire of Democrats and a fair number of independents earlier this year when, as chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, he refused to hold hearings on President Barack Obama’s U.S. Show More Summary
Sen. Chuck Grassley, chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, asked the FBI Friday to explain if it’s investigation into newly discovered emails will include whether Hillary Clinton tried to conceal … Click to Continue »
Since Chuck Grassley isn't going to use his Judiciary Committee for anything like Supreme Court hearings, he's going to use it to kickstart the investigations into Hillary Clinton and whether President Obama's administration had anything to do with the not-scandal of Clinton's emails. Show More Summary
Partisan hypocrisy is the order of the day in Republican circles. Republicans who lambasted FBI Director James B. Comey in July for refusing to recommend prosecution of Hillary Clinton, questioning his motives and accusing him of knuckling under to a Democratic administration, now extol him as a courageous defender of the law. That he violated […]
Sen. Chuck Grassley blasted FBI Director James Comey in a letter on Monday for his decision to notify Congress that the bureau had reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton's private email server without providing additional information. The...Show More Summary
Campaign 2016 updates: Can the warrant for Clinton's emails upend the race? Oct. 31, 2016, 2:17 p.m. Donald Trump campaigns in Michigan on Monday. Hillary Clinton heads to the battleground state of Ohio after a weekend of new email controversies. The FBI has a warrant to look at newfound emails...
It's Wednesday, October 26, and Day 255 since Justice Antonin Scalia died and Mitch McConnell decided no nominee would get any Senate attention: No meetings, no hearings, no votes. It's also Day 224 since Merrick Garland was nominated...Show More Summary
Is this ad for Chuck Grassley in Iowa the best Senate Republican ad of the cycle? Yes, that is Ben Stein, reprising his role in Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, mocking Democratic Senate candidate Patty Judge’s poor attendance record in official duties. Show More Summary
Ben Stein has reprised his role as Ferris Bueller’s mundane economics teacher in a new Iowa ad attacking Chuck Grassley’s Democratic challenger,...
Incumbent U.S. Senate Republican Chuck Grassley and Democratic challenger Patty Judge sparred over the U.S. Supreme Court vacancy during their Sioux City debate. Among other criticisms Judge leveled at Grassley … Click to Continue »
Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) seemed to do some damage control on Tuesday about how Republicans might approach Supreme Court nominations if Hillary Clinton is elected to the White House. “If that new president happens...Show More Summary
The office of House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) published a press release today announcing that Goodlatte, Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), House Oversight and Government Reform Committee
WASHINGTON ? Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) is standing by his endorsement of Donald Trump for president, even after a bombshell video surfaced last week of the GOP nominee bragging about sexually assaulting women. Grassley’s reasoning?...Show More Summary
Fifteen Republican senators now say that Donald Trump is too awful to be president and they aren't going to vote for him. But at least 14 of those are still supporting Mitch McConnell and Chuck Grassley's blockade of President Obama's Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland, even though there are enough of them now to join Democrats and confirm him. Show More Summary