United States House Committee on the Judiciary

"Did I strike a nerve?" the Florida Democrat, who's a former police officer, shouted at her Republican colleague.
“We’re asking for people to understand the pain, the violence, the brutality, the chattel-ness of what we went through," Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee said.
The Ohio Republican's request for a congressional investigation got the treatment on Twitter.
House Democrats want Don McGahn to testify as part of its investigation into potential obstruction of justice by President Trump.
The attorney general faced sharp questions and criticism from Democratic lawmakers at a House Judiciary Committee hearing.
Democrats called the attorney general the "president's fixer" as Justice Department employees laid out interference in politically charged cases.
Aaron Zelinsky will tell Congress that Stone “was being treated differently from any other defendant because of his relationship to the President."
Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler said Senate Republicans were corrupt and wouldn't remove the attorney general no matter what the evidence shows.
The two congressmen got heated as they debated a police reform bill.
The House Judiciary Committee needs to examine “recent actions that smack of political interference” at the Justice Department.