The federal ruling handed an initial defeat to President Trump’s vow to defy subpoenas by House Democrats.
The call for an inquiry came from at least five members of the House speaker’s leadership team, including four who sit on the House Judiciary Committee.
House Judiciary Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) vowed that his panel would eventually hear testimony from former White House counsel Donald McGahn, “even if we have to go to court to secure it.”
Ariana Hawke washes the hands of her 2-year-old son, Amir Hawke, at her home in Flint, Mich. (Mark Felix for The Post)
Ariana Hawke washes the hands of her 2-year-old son, Amir Hawke, at her home in Flint, Mich. (Mark Felix for The Post)
Campaign 2020
Interviews with voters and activists in three competitive states reveal stark differences in whether to be pragmatic or ideological when it comes to selecting a Democratic candidate who can take on President Trump.
A battle was “inevitable,” the founder of Huawei said while shrugging off any suggestion that Washington would be able to stifle his company’s global ambitions.
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Democrats on the House Financial Services Committee are weighing legislation to block a plan to purge undocumented immigrants — and their U.S.-born children — from public housing.
From the 2020 race to the Kentucky Derby and other topics in between, the president inserts himself into nearly every major cultural moment or controversy.
Campaign 2020
The cable news network has become a flash point in the 2020 campaign. Several Democratic hopefuls are participating in town halls, but others are opting out.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will be among the top national security advisers to meet behind closed doors with lawmakers.
Fact Checker
More than a year ago, data showed that the Texas maternal mortality rate was not as high as previously believed. But the news apparently has not reached Congress.
Many flights were canceled or delayed at Tulsa International Airport after the storms. High water also prompted officials to close an interstate about 25 miles west of Oklahoma City.
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The ways Native America penetrates non-Native America’s consciousness these days can be exceedingly superficial. We wanted to hear from them.
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Of 129 fallen employees honored with engraved stars, Ranya Abdelsayed alone took her own life.
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