house intelligence committee

Intelligence Committee members can review impeachment report Monday

The House Intelligence Committee is expected to allow members to review the committee's impeachment report Monday ahead of a vote scheduled on Tuesday to approve the report, which details the committee's findings from the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump and Ukraine, according to a source familiar with the matter.

Democrats ramp up Trump financial probe, make new hire

House Democrats are pushing forward on their investigations into President Donald Trump's finances — an area they feel special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation did not fully probe — adding additional senior-level investigative staffers and preparing to go to court to enforce their subpoenas.

Michael Cohen will return to Congress March 6

President Donald Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen and the Russian-born business associate he worked on the Trump Tower Moscow project with will both be returning to Capitol Hill next month to testify before the House Intelligence Committee, which is ramping up its probe of the proposed project.

Michael Cohen closed-door testimony postponed

President Donald Trump's ex-attorney Michael Cohen has postponed his congressional testimony before a second House committee, as the House Intelligence panel has scrapped his planned Friday appearance.

Nunes to release interviews from Russia probe

House Intelligence Committee Chairman Rep. Devin Nunes said Sunday that he intends to release all of the transcripts and documents from the committee's interviews of about 70 people in its investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election.

Russia probe pushback: 5 times the pattern plays out

President Donald Trump spent the past two weeks spreading unproven allegations that Democratic partisans in the FBI embedded a spy inside his 2016 campaign for political purposes. But after reporting from CNN and others, highly classified briefings to lawmakers, and public rebukes from Democrats and Republicans, the story appears to have fallen flat.

House Republicans release redacted Russia report

The House Intelligence Committee on Friday released a redacted version of the Republican report on the committee's year-long Russia investigation, in which GOP members say they found no evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia and disputed the intelligence community's assessment that Russian President Vladimir Putin tried to help elect Donald Trump.

Republicans signal end near for House Russia probe

Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski is scheduled to be interviewed by the House Intelligence Committee on Thursday, and he could be one of the last major witnesses to appear as part of the panel's Russia investigation.

Hicks acknowledges white lies, but won't talk White House in testimony

During closed-door testimony that stretched roughly nine hours Tuesday, White House communications director Hope Hicks was pressed about whether she had ever lied for President Donald Trump -- and acknowledged she has had to tell what amounted to white lies, according to a source with direct knowledge of her testimony.