House Of Representatives

President Trump appears to be trying to desensitize Americans to the outrage over asking Ukraine to investigate the Bidens … by publicly asking China to investigate the Bidens.
Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire says he withheld the whistleblower complaint from Congress because it involved someone who is not in the intelligence community.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has announced that the House of Representatives is moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
Former Vice President Joe Biden says he will back impeachment proceedings if President Trump continues “stonewalling” congressional investigations into his conduct.
The bill is unlikely to pass the Senate, but advocates for women and consumers were thrilled to even get a vote on it.
She never dreamed that downloading an app would prevent her from seeking justice.
The Wisconsin congressman, stepping down after four decades, is the latest of more than a dozen Republicans slated to leave Congress in 2020.
He's the fifth Texas Republican in Congress to call it quits ahead of 2020.
The committee issued the bipartisan subpoena Wednesday calling for Watkins to testify Sept. 5 on what he's doing to combat the forum's rampant extremism.
Conaway is the fifth congressional Republican in just two weeks to announce a decision to not seek reelection in 2020.
The former state representative famously filibustered for 11 hours straight in an attempt to block an anti-abortion bill.
"To condemn a racist president is not enough, we must impeach him," the Texas Democrat said.
Mayhem erupted in the House Of Representatives before lawmakers voted mostly along party lines to condemn President Donald Trump for his racist comments about four congresswomen of color.
Hits keep on coming in battle between House Speaker and gutsy squad of freshmen congresswomen.
Democrats paint the resolution as "civil contempt," but it's actually another incremental step.
The Iowa congressman claims he's been punished unfairly by "a political lynch mob."
The full House of Representatives will vote June 11 over whether the attorney general should be held in contempt of Congress.
"No other bank would lend him money. We want to understand that relationship," the congresswoman tells Chris Hayes.
A majority of the House supports the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.