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Manafort’s lawyers refusing to answer Senate’s phone calls — even after indictment threat

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

The Republican Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee voiced frustration to CNN that Paul Manafort’s attorney’s have been refusing to return calls. CNN congressional correspondent Manu Raju caught up with Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA) on Capitol Hill Tuesday. “Wouldn’t you...

Carrying concealed weapons without permit up for vote

The carrying of concealed handguns without a permit would be legal under a bill up for approval in a Wisconsin state Senate committee. The Senate Judiciary and Public Safety Committee … Click to Continue »

Democrat on Senate Judiciary Committee Says Sarah Huckabee Sanders Could Be Indicted

Her press briefing comments raise legal concerns. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse (), ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, explained during an MSNBC appearance that White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders may have put herself in legal jeopardy. Show More Summary

WATCH: Senate Judiciary Dem threatens Huckabee Sanders with indictment over Comey intimidation

6 days agoNews : The Raw Story

Last week, White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders leveled three threats against fired FBI Director James Comey. Now, a ranking Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee has issued threats of his own. The three “torpedoes” Huckabee Sanders “shot at James Comey,” Sen....

Donald Trump Jr. Set For Public Testimony On Russia In Fall

Donald Trump Jr. is scheduled to give his first public testimony in the ongoing Russia collusion probe this fall. Newsweek reports Trump Jr. will appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee for public testimony regarding the recently...Show More Summary

Donald Trump Jr. will give public testimony this fall, according to Sen. Dianne Feinstein

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said she expects Donald Trump Jr., President Donald Trump’s oldest son, to give public testimony about his June 2016 meeting with a Russian lawyer in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee this fall. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments

Feinstein: Junior Will Testify Publicly This Fall [VIDEO]

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Newsweek reports: Donald Trump Jr. will give public testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee as soon as this fall, to discuss the meeting he held with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised him damaging information on Hillary Clinton. Show More Summary

Trump Jr to testify before Judiciary Committee in fall

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Trump Jr. To Testify Before Judiciary Committee In Fall Donald Trump Jr. will give public testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee as soon as this fall, to discuss the meeting he held with a Russian lawyer who allegedly promised him damaging information on Hillary Clinton. According to...

Donald Trump Jr. To Testify Publicly In Russia Probe 'This Fall,' Top Democrat Says

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) also affirmed that the Senate Judiciary Committee is prepared to subpoena former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort "if he refuses to come before the committee."

Trump Jr. To Testify Publicly In Russia Probe ‘This Fall,’ Top Democrat Says

The Senate Judiciary Committee is also prepared to subpoena Paul Manafort "if he refuses to come before the committee."

Judiciary Chairman Considers Subpoenas in Trump Investigation

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Senate Judiciary Committee leaders are growing frustrated with what they see as stonewalling from the Justice Department over their Russia probe.

Senate committee to vote on permit-less gun carry bill

Wisconsin residents could carry concealed weapons with a permit or training under a proposal that's up for a vote in a state Senate committee next week. The Senate Judiciary Committee … Click to Continue »

Grassley considers subpoenas for Manafort, FBI officials

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley is considering issuing subpoenas to President Donald Trump's former campaign chairman and two FBI officials close to fired director James Comey as part of … Click to Continue »

Bills to protect Mueller from firing will get hearing this month

Congressional plans to make it tougher to fire special counsel Robert Mueller will get a hearing later this month in the Senate Judiciary Committee, according to Sen. Thom Tillis, a … Click to Continue »

McConnell: Democrats shouldn't be able to use procedure to block judges that GOP used against Obama

Campaign Action Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell is endorsing a move on the federal judiciary that Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley has hinted at: ending one of the procedures that Republicans regularly used to block...Show More Summary

Senate committee approves ND federal judge for appeals court

The Senate Judiciary committee has unanimously approved U.S. District Judge Ralph Erickson of Fargo to serve on the 8th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. North Dakota's U.S. senators, John Hoeven … Click to Continue »

Sen. Chuck Grassley To Subpoena FBI Agents Blocked By DOJ From Testifying On Trump’s Firing Of Comey

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Raw Story reports: Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is “in the process” of drafting subpoenas for the two FBI agents the Department of Justice blocked from testifying before the committee, ABC’s Ali Rogin reports. Show More Summary

GOP senator drafting subpoenas for FBI agents after Trump’s DOJ blocks them from testifying in Russia probe

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Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-IA), chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, is “in the process” of drafting subpoenas for the two FBI agents the Department of Justice blocked from testifying before the committee, ABC’s Ali Rogin reports..@ChuckGrassley says he is “in the process” of...

Justice Department won’t allow FBI officials to speak to Senate panel in Russia probe

The Senate Judiciary Committee had asked in July to interview the two officials, Jim Rybicki and Carl Ghattas, and then agreed to narrow the scope of questioning after the Justice Department initially declined to make the men available. Continue...Show More Summary

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