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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Ukraine Scandal Hangs Over House Hearing on Election Threats

President Donald Trump wasn’t in the room Tuesday when a House panel questioned government officials about the threat of foreign interference in the 2020 election. But the issues at the center of the impeachment inquiry against him loomed large as lawmakers asked about the integrity and security of U.S. elections.

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Judge Asked to Keep Mueller Grand Jury Evidence Secret

The Justice Department urged a federal judge Tuesday not to look to the history books in deciding whether to hand over secret material from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation to the House Judiciary Committee, saying the court in 1974 was wrong to release grand jury evidence during Watergate.

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Lewandowski Dodges Democrats’ Questions About Mueller Report

House Democrats and the White House clashed again Tuesday over the administration’s claims of privilege, as former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski repeatedly refused to answer questions from the House Judiciary Committee about his discussions with President Donald Trump that featured in Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s report.  

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