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Nadler threatens to hold Barr in contempt over Mueller report

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler on Friday sent his latest offer Attorney General William Barr to try to reach an agreement in his effort to obtain the unredacted special counsel report and the underlying evidence before Nadler moves forward with holding the attorney general in contempt of Congress.

Democrats wrestle with impeachment question

Democrats are still grasping for an effective response to Robert Mueller's report after leaving an opening for President Donald Trump to mount a furious and fact-twisting weekend victory lap.

House panel authorizes subpoena for Mueller report

The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday approved a subpoena to obtain the full confidential report from special counsel Robert Mueller, sending a warning to Attorney General William Barr not to redact Mueller's report and setting the stage for a clash between Congress and the Trump administration.

Democrats to authorize subpoena for full Mueller report

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler will authorize a subpoena this week to obtain the full, unredacted report from special counsel Robert Mueller, teeing up a showdown between congressional Democrats and the Trump administration over the nearly 400-page report.

Democrats seek FBI probe of Florida woman's ties to Trump

Four leading Democrats are demanding a new FBI investigation into a Florida woman's apparent ties to Donald Trump, focusing on whether she illegally sought to leverage her relationship with the President by selling access to Chinese clients.

Nadler: Whitaker didn't deny talking with Trump about Cohen

Former acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker privately acknowledged Wednesday that he had raised concerns with his staff at the Justice Department about the scope of the Southern District of New York's case against former Trump attorney Michael Cohen, according to House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler and Republican aides.

Nadler: Trump has attacked 'core functions' of democracy

House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler said Monday that President Donald Trump has attacked the "core functions" of American democracy and that congressional Democrats will hold him and his administration accountable with a sweeping investigation.