House Intelligence Committee
The White House Has Delayed The Release Of A Democratic Memo On The Russia Investigation, Citing National Security
The House Intelligence Committee sent the Democratic memo to the White House on Monday night so the president could decide whether to make it public, as he did with a Republican memo the week before.
Rep. Adam Schiff Says There Is "Certainly A Lot Of Evidence" Of Collusion Between The Trump Campaign And Russia
The top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee said special counsel Robert Mueller would ultimately decide if the Trump campaign committed a crime. But he added: "In terms of ethical violations and acting against the interest of the United States, that evidence is already ample and in the public view."
There’s Probably Nothing The Justice Department Can Do To Stop Republicans From Releasing The Disputed FISA Memo
In a recent letter, a Justice Department official told Republican Rep. Devin Nunes it would be "extraordinarily reckless" to release the memo without a national security review. But experts say the department likely lacks any means of stopping it from happening, and Trump reportedly is supportive of its release.
Roger Stone Tells House Investigators He's Seen "No Evidence" Of Collusion With Russia
The longtime Trump ally took the unusual step of sharing details of his meeting with the House Intelligence Committee in its often secretive investigation into whether President Donald Trump's campaign colluded with Russia.
The House’s Russia Investigation Is Currently A Gigantic, Partisan Mess
Following a dramatic week, Democrats — and even some Senate Republicans — are questioning the House Intelligence committee’s ability to continue investigating Russia and the 2016 election. One Democrat even suggested that its chairman could become a witness in it.