“Do you know how it feels to have the president of the United States target you?’’ Ruby Freeman, a Black election worker from Georgia, told the Jan. 6 committee.
The House panel investigating the attack will lead off its public sessions with video testimony from people close to the former president, and footage revealing the role of the Proud Boys.
A subcommittee of the House Intelligence Committee will hear testimony next week from two Pentagon officials.
Kimberly Guilfoyle, the fiancée of former President Donald J. Trump’s eldest son, cut short an interview when she learned that House members on the panel were participating.
Schiff’s “Midnight in Washington” is that rare memoir by a politician that actually has something to say.
The congressman gives an update on the Jan. 6 committee and talks about the future of Trump and the country.
The bill leaves it up to the heads of the C.I.A. and State Department to make their own determinations as to who is covered and how much compensation they receive.
Legislation approved by a House committee would also offer intelligence officials medical scans before transfer overseas to better diagnose Havana syndrome injuries.
The military’s satellites excel at spotting new blazes, but for decades they have been mostly off limits to civilian firefighters.
But to appeal to Republicans, a bill being introduced in the House to impose checks on executive authority may be broken into pieces in the Senate.
House Democrats are framing their efforts as a rebuke of Donald J. Trump’s record as would-be reformers seek Senate Republican support.
The attorney general said that various inspector general inquiries would help uncover any wrongdoing and that he wanted to avoid politicizing the work of career officials.
Democrats denounced the Trump administration’s seizure of lawmakers’ data as an abuse of power and called on Republicans to back the congressional inquiry.
Armed with lessons from the last impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump, prosecutors plan a shorter, video-heavy presentation to confront Republicans with the fury they felt around the Capitol riot.
Mr. Biden said there was “no need” for former President Donald J. Trump to get the briefings, traditionally given to ex-presidents as a courtesy and to keep them informed if their advice is needed.
A disclosure sheds new light on a high-profile national security law as lawmakers prepare to revive a debate over it in the Biden administration.
Having raised over $40 million this election cycle, the California Democrat is weighing his next moves, including the possibility of a Biden administration post, a Senate run or even House leadership.
Separate studies by Democrats and Republicans reached a similar conclusion: More resources are needed to compete with Beijing.
The bill has almost no chance of becoming law while President Trump is in office, but it is Democrats’ most comprehensive response to date to what they consider his abuses.
Congress needs to understand about foreign election meddling, too.
Intelligence agencies are scrutinizing whether the kingdom’s work with China to develop nuclear expertise is cover to process uranium and move toward development of a weapon.
The Defense Department’s top intelligence official said that he had not been ordered to conduct surveillance on citizens, and that he supported their right to demonstrate peacefully.
Lawmakers compromised on an ambiguously worded amendment that narrows a failed but popular Senate proposal.