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US House panel subpoenas more Trump ex-aides
Democrats in the US House of Representatives have subpoenaed two more former aides of President Donald Trump, just hours after former White House Counsel Donald McGahn refused to appear for testimony before a congressional committee at Trump’s request.
More Democrats seeking impeachment proceedings against Trump
More Democrats called — and more loudly — for impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump after his latest defiance of Congress by blocking his former White House lawyer from testifying.
US Democrats accuse Trump of ‘bending intelligence’ on Iran
Four US senators have sent a letter to President Donald Trump to express growing concerns on Capitol Hill that his administration is “inflating threats and bending intelligence” to justify a potential armed confrontation with Iran.
Democrats to launch contempt action against Trump’s attorney general
Democrats in the US House of Representatives have taken a step toward launching contempt proceedings against Attorney General William Barr for failing to hand over Special Counsel Robert Mueller's full unredacted report on his Russia investigation.
Democrats take step towards holding attorney general in contempt over Russia report
Democrats in the US House of Representatives on Monday took a step towards citing Attorney General William Barr for contempt of Congress for failing to hand over Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s full unredacted report on his Russia investigation.
Democrats demand Trump tax returns by April 23
Democratic lawmakers on Saturday gave the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) a final deadline of April 23 to hand over President Donald Trump's tax returns, which Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said the administration was diligently considering.
Sanders leads poll of young Democrats by double digits
Independent Senator Bernie Sanders, who has announced he is running for president again, holds a double-digit lead among young voters in the 2020 Democratic presidential primary, a poll shows.
Pence attacks 2020 Democrats absent in skipping AIPAC
US Vice President Mike Pence has slammed the 2020 Democratic presidential candidates that ditched the pro-Israel policy conference.
Democrats go after the Electoral College only when they lose: Analyst
Only 538 people, those chosen by the two main US political parties, deciding the presidential election is reason enough to abolish the Electoral College, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
Democrats go after the Electoral College only when they lose: Analyst
Only 538 people, those chosen by the two main US political parties, deciding the presidential election is reason enough to abolish the Electoral College, according to Myles Hoenig, an American political analyst and activist.
Senator Gillibrand formally launches presidential campaign
US Senator Kirsten Gillibrand formally launched her presidential bid on Sunday morning, announcing she will deliver her first major speech next week in front of Trump International Hotel in New York City.
Trump invites a new fight with Democrats over 2020 budget
The Trump administration is headed for a budget clash with Congress, with calls for deep domestic spending cuts that lawmakers are likely to ignore as the nation's debt reaches record levels.
US House Democrats seeks interviews with Trump's children, close allies
The chairman of a US congressional committee says he seeks to interview President Donald Trump’s children and some of his closest allies after a public testimony in the lower chamber of Congress by the president’s former lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Trump vows veto as Democrats try to block emergency order
Democrats controlling the US House of Representatives have teed up a vote next week to block President Donald Trump from using a national emergency declaration to fund a wall along the US-Mexico border, accelerating a showdown in Congress that could divide Republicans and lead to Trump’s first veto.
Democrats push technology as alternative to Trump wall in shutdown impasse
Democratic leaders in the House of Representatives floated the idea on Wednesday of ending a partial US government shutdown by giving President Donald Trump most or all of the money he seeks for security along the Mexican border but for items other than the wall he wants.

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