The acting chief of staff defended the president wanting to host the G-7 summit at his private Florida estate despite ethics concerns.
The path forward may not be be with House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, who Pelosi has lost confidence in, sources say.
The Minnesota congresswoman thinks it's just a matter of time, despite polling showing 6 out of 10 Americans don't think the president should be impeached.
And Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler says his Judiciary Committee is tied up with "impeaching the president" and is too busy to look at the Supreme Court justice.
The vote authorizes the committee to investigate "whether to recommend articles of impeachment," but there's been confusion about what it means.
Democrats who want to impeach the president may be winning the battle but losing the war in their party.
Whether the president violated the Constitution by pitching his Miami resort for the next G-7 summit is also under review.
Chairman Jerry Nadler (D-N.Y.) has called the committee to return early from congressional recess following three mass shootings.
According to the Mueller report, Trump told his former campaign manager to ask Jeff Sessions to clear the president of wrongdoing and curtail the Mueller probe.
"That’s exactly the process we’re in right now," the House Judiciary chairman said.
Activists have long sought a real investigation into his work history.
American Oversight, a nonpartisan watchdog group, filed a lawsuit to get more information about how officials responded to the crisis at MDC Brooklyn.
The division underscores the tensions among a House majority that's trying to have it both ways.
"We’re crossing a threshold," one House Democrat said.
Former special counsel Robert Mueller testified before Congress on Wednesday regarding his investigation into the 2016 election and obstruction of justice.
The legislation would invest tax revenue from the cannabis industry in communities hurt most by the War on Drugs.
The president opened his North Carolina rally by calling it the "most ridiculous project I’ve ever been involved in."
Hope Hicks' public testimony would have made compelling television. But House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler says he's playing the long game.