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President Donald Trump said he will make a "major" announcement about the border and ongoing government shutdown, amid reports that the White House could make a major concession on its immigration hardline.
If true, Schiff said, the allegations "would constitute both the subornation of perjury as well as obstruction of justice."
Bill Barr's answer to Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., went viral after a BuzzFeed report said that Trump had directed his then-personal lawyer Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about an aborted plan to build a Trump Tower in Moscow.
In a letter, Warren asked why the Treasury chief made the calls when they were no major concerns about stability or financial institution liquidity.
BuzzFeed reported that Trump directed Cohen to lie to Congress about talks regarding a possible Trump Tower project in Moscow.
BuzzFeed's report that Trump directed Michael Cohen to lie to Congress about attempts to build a Trump Tower in Moscow cites two federal law enforcement officials involved in the investigation.
Trump's action came a day after Pelosi urged him to reschedule his upcoming State of the Union address to Congress or deliver it in writing.
The unclassified report is believed to have been delayed because of sensitivities about framing threats posed by foreign powers.
After 27 days of a partial federal government shutdown, Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue ordered 2,500 employees on Wednesday to open half the Farm Service Agency offices around the country. It didn't help Farmer George Fetzer secure his loan.
From missed paychecks to economic data and the court system, here are key dates at which the government shutdown will cause new disruptions.
The White House says Trump canceled the trip "out of consideration" for 800,000 workers not receiving pay because of the partial shutdown.
California's housing affordability crisis has contributed to the challenge of school districts attracting and retaining teachers, but some are fighting back with special educator housing.
The poll results come in the midst of the government shutdown and as multiple Democratic lawmakers announce 2020 bids to challenge Trump.
President Donald Trump's former personal lawyer, Michael Cohen, said he tried to "rig" online polls — including one conducted by CNBC — "at the direction and for the sole benefit of" Trump.
Giuliani's comments marked a dramatic shift away from the president's repeated claim of "no collusion."
This development comes as Gillibrand is trying to distance herself from being associated with big money in an attempt to show that she's going to build a campaign off of small grassroots donors.
In one of the more dramatic weeks in British politics, following the defeat of Prime Minister Theresa May's Brexit agreement and her government's survival of a no-confidence vote, calls are now growing for a second Brexit referendum.
Sen. Mitt Romney, who had warned as a presidential candidate that Russia is the U.S.' top geopolitical foe, voted against the resolution.
There are approximately 1,800 campaigns to raise money for those affected by the stalemate on the fundraising website GoFundMe, according to a GoFundMe spokesperson.
The U.S. Department of Agriculture announced Wednesday that it plans to temporarily reopen many of its Farm Service Agency offices around the country, including recalling about 2,500 employees.