House Urges Full DC Circuit to Rehear McGahn Subpoena Fight

Asking the full D.C. Circuit to rehear a controversial case on immunity for presidential advisers, the House Judiciary Committee argued Friday that the court’s failure to enforce subpoenas leaves Congress with few remedies, among them arresting White House officials. 

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Lawmakers Warned of Widespread Problems in Immigration Courts

Advocates from groups representing immigration judges and lawyers painted a dire portrait Wednesday of the nation’s overwhelmed immigration courts, describing to House lawmakers a system plagued by political interference where due process violations are routine.

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Showdown Over Special Counsel Records Hits DC Circuit

A lawyer for the House of Representatives told a D.C. Circuit panel Friday the gravity of a Senate trial to determine whether President Donald Trump should be removed from office more than supports granting access to grand jury materials from the special counsel’s probe.

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Feds Ask Court to Toss McGahn Subpoena Case After Impeachment

The Justice Department cried moot Thursday in arguing the D.C. Circuit should drop the case to enforce former White House counsel Don McGahn’s congressional subpoena after the House approved articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.

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Party-Line Vote Kicks Impeachment Probe to House Judiciary

In a closed-door party-line vote Tuesday night, the House Intelligence Committee advanced the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump to the House Judiciary Committee, one of the last stops before the full House likely votes in favor of impeaching the 45th president of the United States.

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