Just another day at the Congressional sausage factory.
Congressman Eric Swalwell, member of the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committees, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner testifying before Congress in the Trump Russia investigation.
Sen. Chuck Grassley issued a warning to the White House Wednesday to tread carefully when it comes to Attorney General Jeff Sessions because the Senate Judiciary Committee wont take up the nomination of a potential successor until 2...
Congressman Eric Swalwell, member of the House Intelligence and Judiciary Committees, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump son-in-law Jared Kushner...
Hearing on H.R. 2887, the No Regulation Without Representation Act Before the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary; Subcommittee on Regulatory Reform, Commercial, and Antitrust Law Chairman Marino, Ranking Member Cicilline, and members of the committee: What you have before you is not a new issue. Since the Founding, Congress and the courts have acted […]
PDF here Statement for the Recordof David Bier of the Cato InstituteSubmitted to Subcommittee on Immigration and Border Security,House Committee on the Judiciary Hearing on“Agricultural Guestworkers: Meeting the Growing Needs of American...Show More Summary
Democrats are trying to stop the attorney general from gaining control over drug scheduling.
The Republican-led House Appropriations Committee passed a $20 billion spending bill Thursday to fund the Treasury Department, the Judiciary and other federal agencies. Continue reading ? The post House using appropriations bill to work on guns, churches appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wis., told reporters on Thursday that Donald Trump Jr. should testify after being asked by Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, to do so. Ryan said, "I think any witness who's been asked to testify before Congress should testify."
Democratic congressmen on the House Judiciary Committee want to know why Attorney General Jeff Sessions abruptly settled a money laundering case in May involving the same Russian attorney who met with Donald Trump Jr. during the presidential election to offer "dirt" on Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary
“Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee asked the Justice Department to explain a decision to settle a money-laundering case in May that involved the Russian lawyer who held a controversial meeting last year with Donald Trump Jr,” Bloomberg reports. “Natalia [...]
House Judiciary Committee Democrats are asking why the DOJ decided to settle a money laundering case with a Russian lawyer.
The 17 Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee have written a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions: Last summer, Donald Trump, Jr. met with a Kremlin-connected attorney in an attempt to obtain information “that would incriminate Hillary.” Earlier this year, on May 12, 2017, the Department of Justice made an abrupt decision to settle a […]
Democratic members of the House Judiciary Committee sent a letter to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday asking why the Department of Justice decided to settle a major money laundering case involving a real-estate company owned by the son of a powerful Russian government official whose lawyer met with Donald Trump Jr. Show More Summary
WASHINGTON (AP) — Democrats on the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday questioned the decision by the Trump administration Justice Department to settle a money-laundering forfeiture case with a Russian real estate investment firmShow More Summary
All 34 Democratic members of the House judiciary and oversight committees have asked Inspector General Michael Horowitz to investigate Attorney General Jeff Sessions for allegedly violating his recusal from ongoing investigations into...Show More Summary
News & Observer: A proposal to redraw North Carolina’s court districts has emerged in the final days of the General Assembly’s session. A state House judiciary committee considered proposed maps for Superior Court and District Court judges and district attorneys … Continue reading ?
Rachel Maddow reports that the bipartisan leadership of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary has sent a letter to the FBI and the White House questioning Jared Kushner's security clearance and Donald Trump's role in his clearance process.
Rachel Maddow reports that the bipartisan leadership of the Senate Committee on the Judiciary has sent a letter to the FBI and the White House questioning...
A proposal to take guns away from domestic abusers and people under domestic restraining orders is moving forward in the Rhode Island House of Representatives. The House Judiciary Committee is … Click to Continue »