The House Judiciary Committee will question former White House counsel Don McGahn behind closed doors as part of an agreement reached in federal court.
The memo is aimed at "spinning damning findings" of the Mueller report into a Trump "vindication," the Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington said.
A federal judge has ruled that a Trump-era Justice Department memo regarding the Russia investigation must be made public.
New U.S. sanctions link Konstantin Kilimnik and Russian intelligence to U.S. presidential election interference.
"They hold leverage over him that makes him incapable of placing the national interests ... ahead of his own," Strzok said.
Intelligence committee finds "grave counterintelligence threat" but Trump’s 2020 campaign continues to claim "no collusion" and to call the investigations "a hoax."
The attorney general's false claim that a federal prosecutor in Manhattan was "stepping down" fits in with a string of inaccurate public statements.
The House of Representatives is entitled to see redacted portions of the testimony, according to the 2-to-1 decision.
The judge questioned whether the attorney general tried to "create a one-sided narrative" that benefited President Donald Trump.
Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler drew a link between the current hearings and the Mueller report.