United States House Committee on the Judiciary

Members on both sides of the aisle are scrutinizing a new resolution by the House Judiciary Committee laying out procedures for an impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump.
The White House instructed the former Trump campaign aide not to "disclose any conversations" he'd had with the president.
The actor sent an urgent message to the House speaker with his new cartoon.
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.
Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen is serving a three-year prison sentence over his involvement in payments to Stormy Daniels and Karen McDougal.
The House Judiciary Committee is looking into the president's proposal as it determines whether to pursue impeachment hearings.
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.
The committee sent a letter to the Bureau of Prisons asking questions about its suicide prevention policies after the death of the accused sex trafficker.
"That’s exactly the process we’re in right now," the House Judiciary chairman said.
The White House has repeatedly blocked Democrats' efforts to question the former White House counsel, who was a key witness in the Mueller report.
The division underscores the tensions among a House majority that's trying to have it both ways.
If the Justice Department couldn't charge Trump, it shouldn't have investigated his conduct in the first place, GOP lawmakers argued.
During his testimony before the House Judiciary Committee, the former special counsel agreed that the president could be charged with obstruction of justice.
Mueller's testimony before the House Judiciary Committee and House Intelligence Committee comes after months of pushback from President Donald Trump.
Mueller is expected to speak about the content of his report on Russian meddling in the 2016 election.
The House Judiciary Committee chairman said this week’s hearing with Robert Mueller will air “very substantial evidence” of wrongdoing by President Trump.