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House Democrats escalate impeachment fight

The House Judiciary Committee on Friday is moving to obtain the secret grand jury material from special counsel Robert Mueller's report in federal court, arguing they need the information in order to decide whether to impeach President Donald Trump.

Nadler: DOJ 'incredibly arrogant' for Mueller directive

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler called the Justice Department "incredibly arrogant" Tuesday for directing former special counsel Robert Mueller to adhere to the 448-page report he issued earlier this year during his upcoming testimony before the committee.

Hope Hicks refuses to answer questions about White House

Former White House communications director Hope Hicks is not responding to any questions about her time at the White House in a closed-door congressional interview Wednesday, angering Democrats who say they expect to go to court to force her to answer their questions.

Nadler: DOJ, Dems strike deal over Mueller report evidence

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said Monday that he has struck a deal with the Justice Department to begin providing Congress with some documents from the Mueller report related to obstruction of justice, putting off a looming court showdown between House Democrats and Justice ov

Nadler rejects DOJ demand to delay Barr contempt vote

The House Judiciary Committee and Justice Department traded letters Tuesday in an effort to kickstart negotiations for Congress to obtain documents from special counsel Robert Mueller's report, but the efforts did not appear to halt a looming vote next week to hold Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress.

Impeachment pressure mounts in wake of Mueller statement

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler resisted pressure from the left to open an impeachment inquiry on Wednesday, following special counsel Robert Mueller's announcement he's closing his office and would not provide information beyond his already public report in any appearance before Congress.

Mueller: Charging Trump 'not an option' under DOJ rules

Special counsel Robert Mueller said in a rare and remarkable public statement Wednesday his investigation could not clear President Donald Trump and that charging the President was not an option his office could consider.