Partisan tensions boil over during Strzok testimony after months of hostile Russia hearings

Lawmakers quarreled during a hearing on the FBI agent's anti-Trump texts.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Michael Flynn has more to say

The special counsel asked a judge for 60 days before a sentencing hearing for Trump's former national security adviser.

This Week in Trump-Russia News: Trump goes on the offensive against investigators

Trump issues pardons, insults and conspiracy theories as a legal battle brews with Mueller.

Today in Trump’s America: GOP lawmaker blows Trump’s “Spygate” conspiracy to smithereens

Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) — one of the GOP lawmakers in last week’s FBI briefing on the use of an FBI informant — says he saw nothing inappropriate about the FBI’s conduct.

White House caves to bipartisan FBI briefing, but will still have separate one just for Nunes, Gowdy

The separate meetings give credence to Democratic complaints that the briefings look like an attempt by the White House to politicize the FBI investigation further.
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Lindsey Graham says Trump firing Mueller would be “the beginning of the end of his presidency”

On Sunday, Sen. Lindsey Graham opposed Mueller’s potential firing in an interview on CNN’s State of the Union, warning that the move could have dire consequences for Trump’s presidency.

Amid Rob Porter scandal, House launches investigation into White House security clearances

The House Oversight Committee on Wednesday launched an investigation into how former White House staff secretary Rob Porter was allowed to handle classified information in the White House.

Chris Christie: Nunes memo doesn’t clear Trump in Russia investigation

Meanwhile, investigators are looking into a new document that may have independently reached similar conclusions as the Steele dossier.

In wake of memo, Dems warn of looming constitutional crisis as GOP disagrees on Trump vindication

Politicians on both sides of the aisle struck down Trump's claim that the controversial memo "totally vindicates" the president.

Nunes didn’t read FISA material he used to attack Russia investigation in controversial memo

He also told Brett Baier that he will vote to release the Democrats' memo, but won't say when.
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Republican lawmakers defend Mueller’s investigation in wake of news Trump tried to fire prosecutor

Four Republican lawmakers reiterated their support for Robert Mueller amid reports Trump tried to fire the special prosecutor.

Rep. Trey Gowdy just made the case for prosecuting reporters who publish leaks

Gowdy used his opportunity to ask about Trump's ties to Russia to ask this instead.
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Immigration Reform 2013: 5 Representatives Who Are Blocking It

Immigration reform lies in the hands of the 135 House Representatives whose votes remain unpredicted. But these five congressmen are among the most staunch opponents of the bill.
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Benghazi Cover Up Hearings: There's No Smoking Gun Yet

Three whistleblowers testified before Congress on Wednesday about the Benghazi attack, continuing the same confused, political mess that it was before and will continue to be.
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Benghazi Testimony: Rep. Gowdy and Maloney Play Politics

Several whistleblowers will give testimony in front of the House Oversight Committee on Wednesday, concerning the attack on the American Consulate in Benghazi, Libya.