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.
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Warren criticized the South Bend, Indiana, mayor for raising money in private and accused the former New York mayor of buying his way into the campaign.
It was the third time the resolution, which passed the House with overwhelming bipartisan support, was blocked by a Republican senator.
The billionaire philanthropist has long been the target of conspiracy theorists about Jews controlling the world.
The former Secretary of State and 2004 Democratic presidential nominee said Biden is "the president our country desperately needs."
In brief remarks, Pelosi announced the chamber was moving ahead with articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump.
The speaker's comments come the day after the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearing.
The House speaker's comments come the day after the House Judiciary Committee held its first hearing.
"If you're a wild blueberry farmer with a 100-acre farm, you get zip," said Angus King. "If you're a cranberry farmer you get $61,000. How is that fair?"
George Nader was charged earlier this year with child trafficking and transporting child pornography.
Here's how often some of the central figures in the impeachment inquiry were named in each party's report.
Prince Andrew was forced to withdraw from his royal duties after a television interview in which he tried to defend his past friendship with sex trafficker Jeffery Epstein.
A former DOJ official under Obama said the attorney general's remarks were "dangerous and irresponsible."
"I get it. You are mad. The President is mad. My Democratic friends are mad," the professor testified.
Amid talk of King George III, the Secret Treaty of Dover and necromancy, here's what stood out.
As witnesses testified before the Judiciary Committee, Trump denounced the House's inquiry as a "joke."
The scholars called to testify by Democrats said they were unanimous about the action that should be taken against the president.