Slated to begin at 2:30 p.m. ET, the hearing comes on the heels of James Comey's historic testimony last Thursday
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If you're willing to take health care from millions to give a tax cut to the wealthy, you probably aren't concerned about morality
Jeremy Corbyn delivers another blow to the defining political myth of our era
Trump's attorney general to face a fresh round of questions about his contacts with the Russian ambassador
Trump's victory exposed the party establishment as utterly broken – now Dems hope to rebuild in time for a 2018 comeback
Thursday's hearing left open troubling questions, including many Comey appeared to have answers to but couldn't share publicly
Ranking Democrat on the panel leading the House investigation discusses Comey's hearing and what comes next
Paul Ryan and others have started claiming the president is too inexperienced and bumbling to know he did anything wrong
In his Senate committee hearing Thursday, the former FBI director said he believes the president to be a liar, among other things
Where else but the nation's capital can you get sloshed watching a 10 a.m. congressional hearing?
First Lady and Trump's youngest son photographed with the President outside the White House on Sunday
Follow along as Comey testifies before the Senate Intelligence Committee
Comey describes five conversations with Trump, depicting a president obsessed with Russia investigation and disproving golden shower allegations
Major networks scrapping daytime lineup for former FBI director’s testimony
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The former president offered implicit critiques of President Trump while addressing the Montreal Chamber of Commerce
Christopher Wray might be qualified, but Trump shouldn't get to pick someone who will investigate him
Look at the man's tweets – he cannot continue to serve as president
After the governor vetoed a weed legalization bill in May, legislators are left to answer his concerns. But will they make their summer deadline?