United States House Committee on Ways and Means

The House Ways and Means Committee has what they call "evidence of possible misconduct," but that's all we know.
Among other reasons, the judge is considering whether to add a Trump supporter from Utah to the case.
Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin is the one who's been slow, they tell a federal court.
A whistleblower's allegation of interference with the president's IRS audit hints at another way to obtain those tax returns.
A whistleblower apparently contacted House Democrats this summer about potentially "inappropriate efforts to influence" an audit of the president.
The lawsuit seeks to block a new New York law that allows Congress to obtain the president's state tax returns.
Holyoke, Massachusetts, Mayor Alex Morse is taking on Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.), chairman of the powerful House Ways and Means Committee.
Here's what to expect from House Democrats' lawsuit seeking the president's financial information.
Passing "Medicare for All" would show we truly believe health care is a human right and that we all deserve to live with dignity.
The protests followed Wednesday morning’s first hearing on Medicare for All in the House Ways and Means Committee.
Finally, the U.S. has a real shot at passing paid family leave, but pie-in-the sky ideas are taking up all the oxygen.
They used the very same law to attack Obama officials that Democrats are hoping will shed light on Trump's finances.
Trump promised to release his tax returns if Obama released his birth certificate; if and when he ever ran for president; even after he started running. He has failed to keep that promise.
Unlike with the Mueller report, Democrats want to see the president's tax returns before making them public.
The House Ways and Means Committee asked the IRS for five years of President Trump's tax returns.
They've hesitated to make a request that will likely set up an unprecedented court fight.
Rep. Mike Kelly (R-Pa.) lauded "a classic painting" and "a classic piece of legislation."
They're hoping to vote on a bill to fix the nation's crumbling roads and bridges this year.
Top House Republicans decry an oversight tactic that they used in the Obama years.