The Senate Judiciary Committee has scheduled a hearing to interview Brett Kavanaugh and Christine Blasey Ford on Monday.
The documents include pages from the FBI application for a warrant to monitor Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.
A woman who has known Kavanaugh since high school told BuzzFeed News she helped organize the letter Thursday and sent it to friends in the area, following reports of a secret allegation against the nominee.
If he loses on appeal, Andrew Miller could be sent to jail until he testifies before the grand jury hearing matters related to special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
We didn’t learn much about Judge Brett Kavanaugh last week, but we did see Republicans unified to get him on the Supreme Court before the midterm elections — and Democrats fighting on many fronts.
Trump's lawyer suggested he's seeking a new legal path in negotiations with special counsel Robert Mueller.
The California Democrat questioned if Kavanaugh had ever discussed Robert Mueller or the investigation with anyone who worked at the law firm founded by Trump’s lawyer.
Protesters opposed to Trump's second US Supreme Court nominee were removed from the hearing room as Democrats criticized a last-minute production of documents.
Both career lawyers and political appointees reviewed records from some of the Supreme Court nominee's time working in the White House, a source said.
The executive privilege talk is just the latest step Republicans have taken to push forward President Donald Trump's nominee swiftly.
The late-night court filing contains some eye-catching information about George Papadopoulos's time with the Trump campaign.
“The White House, after consultation with the Department of Justice, has directed that we not provide these documents.”
Judge Andrew Hanen, however, did agree with Texas and a handful of other states that the program is likely illegal and is giving them 21 days to appeal his ruling.
The lobbyist, Sam Patten, is now cooperating with prosecutors, including the special counsel's office, under the terms of his plea deal.
The reason: “The Unwritten 60-Day Rule,” an unofficial Justice Department policy that asks prosecutors to avoid public actions that might influence an election.
Prosecutors say the National Enquirer’s owner has information that “one or more members” of the Trump campaign were part of the scheme to buy the silence of women alleging affairs with Trump.
Cohen's lawyer wondered: If Cohen has committed a crime, hasn't the president? And that's not the only question outstanding.
The lawsuit against Christopher Steele is one of several that came out of the dossier's preparation and publication.
Cohen's attorney, Lanny Davis: "If those payments were a crime for Michael Cohen, then why wouldn't they be a crime for Donald Trump?”
Strzok's lawyer says the FBI's deputy director reversed the recommended 60-day suspension made by the bureau's Office of Professional Responsibility.