House Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah Cummings told White House counsel Pat Cipollone that his committee plans to begin authorizing subpoenas beginning Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's son-in-law, Jared Kushner, reportedly met in private with the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday, NBC reported.
It has a huge terrace with an outdoor fireplace.
"Democrats are harassing the President to distract from their radical agenda of making America a socialist country," the White House says.
Nadler's committee sends requests for documents to 81 individuals and entities, including the president's sons.
President Donald Trump had "the absolute right" to order that his son-in-law Jared Kushner be given a top-secret security clearance over White House concerns — if that is in fact what happened — Trump's senior advisor Kellyanne Conway said.
February brings the most significant series of tests yet of whether President Trump can transform his disruptive U.S. foreign policy into concrete outcomes, writes Fred Kempe of the Atlantic Council.
In an interview with the New York Times, the U.S. president said he didn't have anything to do with Roger Stone's WikiLeaks relationship.
"Conservatives that actually have influence are still supporting the president throughout this process," Trump's press secretary responded.
A broad coalition of business groups is pledging to hire workers with criminal backgrounds.
Jared Kushner's application for a top secret clearance was rejected after a background check raised concerns about potential foreign influence on him — but their supervisor overruled the recommendation, two sources told NBC News.
The chairman of the House Oversight and Reform Committee is starting an investigation into the handling of security clearances by President Donald Trump's White House and 2016 presidential transition
The shutdown became one for the record books once the clock struck midnight and the partial government closure entered its 22nd day.
Trump cites his standoff with Democrats over border wall funding for the cancellation.
The indictment is not related to her meeting at Trump Tower, at which people close to Trump expected to receive damaging information about his election foe, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
The partial government shutdown becomes the second longest in history — its 18th day — with little signs of progress.
Trump will "meet with those on the frontlines of the national security and humanitarian crisis" at the southern border, White House press secretary Sanders said.
The stalemate between Trump and congressional Democrats is now in its 17th day.
Trump's remarks in the White House Rose Garden followed a meeting with leading lawmakers about the ongoing partial government shutdown.
"They clearly are tying up loose ends," a lawyer, who has been in contact with the Mueller team, told NBC News.