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Sergei Lavrov's last meeting with the president came less than 24 hours after news of the firing of FBI Director James Comey, as questions swirled about Trump's relationship with Russia.
The long-awaited report by the Justice Department's watchdog of the FBI's probe of his 2016 campaign, released Monday, rebutted Trump's regular depiction of a politically biased plot against him.
The attorney general said the investigation was launched on the "thinnest of suspicions."
President Donald Trump has repeatedly claimed the investigation was a politically-motivated plot to take him down. The report rebuts this argument.
GOP Rep. Matt Gaetz shouted at chair Jerrold Nadler, a Democrat, accusing him of trying to "overturn the results of an election with unelected people."
The long-awaited report by the Justice Department's watchdog contradicts President Trump's depiction of a politically biased plot against him.
Democrats and Republicans used the only remaining scheduled public impeachment hearing to make their arguments.
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The former vice president wasn't setting crowds on fire during Iowa bus trip but he's betting fears of a second Trump term and his personal touch is enough.
Analysis: Politics and the media have changed since the time a group of GOP lawmakers went to the White House to tell Nixon he was finished.
"I'm not going to get into any of that," the Defense Secretary said Sunday. "Again, there is a congressional inquiry underway and I'll leave that process unto itself."
Rep. Matt Gaetz, one of President Donald Trump's top allies, said the recent trip by the president's attorney to Ukraine was "weird" and "odd."
Reps. Mark Meadows and Matt Gaetz said they rejected even being asked if it was appropriate for the president to ask a foreign nation to investigate a political opponent.
Analysis: What happens in the early states, where the former VP is trailing, offers clues about how the nomination might turn out.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., on Sunday would not commit to including evidence of obstruction contained in that report in the articles of impeachment.
Nadler's comments come as the House inquiry shifts into a new gear after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi publicly directed committee chairmen last week to move forward.
Analysis: It's become clear the current president, who expects the same impeachment outcome as his predecessor, isn't embracing the strategies that helped him weather that storm.
Rep. Denny Heck also said he will "go to my grave not understanding how some of my colleagues could simply turn the other way and overlook the president's behavior and his misdeeds."
Analysis: Some Democrats say they don't want to commit to articles they haven't seen.
If passed, it would mark the first time the federal government has guaranteed civilian employees access to paid parental leave.
The embattled Republican congressman from California pleaded guilty on Tuesday to misusing campaign funds.
As governor of South Carolina, Haley had signed a measure removing the flag from flying over the Capitol.
In a brief letter to the committee chairman, the White House counsel sharply attacked the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
A lower court ruled earlier this week that the banks must comply with congressional subpoenas for Trump's financial records.
The 2020 hopeful has faced growing calls to be more transparent about his time at the global consulting company.