Senators call on Trump to impose sanctions in Saudi journalist’s disappearance

The lawmakers invoked the Global Magnitsky Act, which gives the president 120 days to respond.

Rosenstein’s interview with Trump’s congressional allies postponed indefinitely

Lawmakers and the Justice Department never reached an agreement on holding the meeting.

Trump allies, offering no specifics, say former FBI official gives ‘explosive’ testimony in Russia probe

Senate panel’s Trump-Russia probe still faces its toughest test: The collusion question

The Intelligence Committee, anticipating the need to conduct additional interviews, is unlikely to end its work this year.

Pelosi says Trump is trying ‘to break the MeToo movement’

The House’s top Democrat pointed to the president’s and congressional Republicans’ die-hard support of Brett Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court nomination, despite sexual assault allegations against him, as evidence of broader goals.

House intel votes to release almost all panel transcripts from Russia probe

Democrats supported the move, after failing to get the panel GOP to agree to release five missing transcripts from interviews with sitting members of Congress and spy chiefs, including former FBI director James B. Comey.

House GOP working with Justice Dept. to bring Rosenstein back to Capitol Hill

House Judiciary panel subpoenas McCabe memos, Page surveillance documents

House Republicans plan to release transcripts from Russia probe

The House majority announced a Friday meeting at which members will vote on releasing the majority of the transcripts from the Russia probe, pending a security review from some of them.

Senate panel advances Syria sanctions that also target Russia

The bill, meant to push the Assad regime and its supporters for mass atrocities, has passed the House twice, but the Senate has never taken it up.

House GOP planning to subpoena McCabe memos, call key witnesses

Senate Judiciary panel’s top Democrat calls for delay in Kavanaugh hearing after new allegation

Democrat pushes changes to protect senators’ personal accounts from continued threats

Sen. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) is trying to expand the Senate Sergeant at Arms’ mandate to provide protection for senators’ and staffers’ personal accounts and devices, as well as their official ones.

Trump’s declassification order rewards allies’ strategy of sidestepping congressional leaders

Nellie Ohr, who worked for the firm behind Trump-Russia dossier, to meet with House committees

With her husband, Justice Department official Bruce Ohr, she has become a target in the president’s effort to discredit Robert S. Mueller III’s probe of his campaign.

Conservative GOP members ask Trump to declassify documents related to Russia probe

The group is asking the president to make parts of Carter Page’s surveillance application public, along with documents they say contain evidence that could have cleared suspicions surrounding him

For now, Democrats won’t challenge Sessions again over proposed Trump-Putin meeting

A court filing from one of the president’s former campaign advisers, George Papadopoulos, has raised new questions about the attorney general’s testimony to Congress last year.

For now, Democrats won’t challenge Sessions again over proposed Trump-Putin meeting

A court filing from one of the president’s former campaign advisers, George Papadopoulos, has raised new questions about the attorney general’s testimony to Congress last year.

McCain’s death marks a new era for congressional checks on Trump

The senator, along with Bob Corker, has held the president to account on foreign policy.

Rand Paul to start Russia trip Monday

The libertarian senator has been a fierce proponent of Trump’s outreach to Russia, even while most of Congress criticizes the president’s interactions with Russian President Vladimir Putin.