Ex-National Security Official Fights Bid to Toss Testimony Case

In a legal battle to determine if senior White House advisers are immune from testifying to Congress, John Bolton’s former deputy is arguing his case in D.C. federal court is not moot despite House Democrats pulling his impeachment subpoena. 

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Judge Delays Flynn Sentencing Until Release of DOJ Report

A federal judge has agreed to postpone Michael Flynn’s sentencing originally slated for Dec. 18 after both sides requested a delay until the release of a Justice Department internal report on the investigation into Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.

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White House Budget Official Questioned Hold on Ukraine Aid

A White House Office of Management and Budget official privately testified that he raised questions over President Donald Trump’s hold on Ukraine aid before being replaced with a political appointee in late July.

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Attorneys-Turned-Lawmakers on Front Lines of Impeachment Inquiry

As bombshell testimonies dropped in televised impeachment hearings amid what one Democrat described Thursday as “Gatling gun fire of myth proposition” from Republicans, eight attorneys-turned-lawmakers were in the room where it happened. 

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