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A Media Matters montage shows there was a very familiar feel to some of what House Republicans asked the former special counsel.
The former special counsel testified before two House committees on Wednesday about what his report actually said.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller said that his report doesn’t exonerate President Donald Trump.
Former Special Counsel Robert Mueller delivers his opening remarks before testifying before the House Judiciary Committee on his investigation into the President Donald Trump and the 2016 presidential election.
Mueller is expected to speak about the content of his report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The #MuellerTime hashtag went viral after the announcement that the former special counsel would answer questions before Congress in July.
Former President Richard Nixon’s White House counsel John Dean testified before the House Judiciary Committee on the special counsel’s investigation investigation into President Donald Trump.
During a hearing on hate crimes and white supremacy, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-Calif.) played an audio recording of Turning Point USA activist Candace Owens’ past remarks on Adolf Hitler, in which she stated, “If Hitler just wanted to make Germany great and have things run well — OK fine.”
Acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker stunned the House Judiciary Committee with his answer to committee chairman Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.).
Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-Va.) uses GOP members of Congress’ own words to highlight the hypocrisy of their criticism against FBI Agent Peter Strzok.
Members of Congress exploded in anger after Rep. Louie Gohmert made a pointed jab at FBI agent Peter Strzok’s affair with former FBI lawyer Lisa Page and their texts during the 2016 election.
During his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, FBI agent Peter Strzok defended both the integrity of the bureau and the anti-Trump texts between himself and former FBI lawyer Lisa Page.
Actress Evan Rachel Wood testified before Congress about her harrowing experience of sexual abuse.
If you’re wondering why Republicans in Congress seem disturbingly complacent about the unhinged President and the exploding
It's still not certain that the Email Privacy Act will become law.
The San Bernardino case may have ripple effects on many other cases.
Leaving Justice Scalia's seat empty until there is a new president would mean that difficult cases this term could come down to a tie, evenly split along ideological lines. So what will it take to get a new justice named?