The Government Accountability Office (G.A.O.) and the Office of Management and Budget (O.M.B.) disagree over whether the Trump administration broke the law.
According to oversight group Judicial Watch, the State Department is delaying releasing documents detailing Joe and Hunter Biden’s alleged corruption in Ukraine.
An FBI whistleblower says top officials were concerned about the Clinton Foundation and about the sale of Uranium One, which sold 20 percent of America’s uranium reserves to the Russians. One America’s senior investigative reporter Richard Pollock explains from Washington.
New details are surfacing regarding the business dealings of presidential candidate Joe Biden’s son. One America’s Jeff Dwyer has that report.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is under immense pressure, from both sides of the aisle, to send the articles of impeachment to the Senate. One America’s Tali Letoi has the latest.
GOP congresswoman Elise Stefanik has continued to make waves in Congress. That’s according to a Wednesday press release from the New York representative’s campaign, which detailed her performance heading in to 2020.
Congress is back in session, meaning impeachment is back in focus for lawmakers. One America’s John Hines caught up with congressman Mark Meadows to discuss some of the recent events.
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer is seeking to force the chamber to vote on witnesses at the start of the impeachment trial. During remarks on the Senate floor Tuesday, Schumer said there will be votes at the beginning of the trial on whether to call four witnesses Democrats have recommended.
Ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Devin Nunes recently revealed that Republicans are actively investigating the Intelligence Community’s inspector general. In an interview Monday, he said Michael Atkinson is still “facing serious questions.”