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White House: Introduction of impeachment article 'ridiculous,' 'a political game at its worst'
The White House brushed aside the effort Wednesday by two Democratic congressmen to introduce an article of impeachment against President Donald Trump , calling the attempt "ridiculous." The resolution introduced by Reps. Al Green, D-Texas, and Brad Sherman, D-Calif., is based on one passed by the
Sessions to face questions on Russia and Comey firing
ABC News' Amna Nawaz, Rick Klein and legal analyst Royal Oakes discuss what to expect during Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony.
Round Two: Wells Fargo CEO Faces Blistering Rebuke From Congress Again
Just over a week after facing blistering questions in front of a Senate panel, Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf went back to Capitol Hill today, where he received verbal lashings and further calls to resign from members of the House Financial Services Committee over the unauthorized accounts scandal
Congressman Asks Fed Chairwoman if Wells Fargo Should Be Broken Up
California representative Brad Sherman asks Janet Yellen if she will use powers granted to her to break up the bank following the resent fake accounts scandal.
EPA Probes Porter Ranch Natural Gas Leak
The Environmental Protection Agency says it is now investigating a massive ongoing natural gas leak in Los Angeles' Porter Ranch neighborhood that's being called one of the worst environmental disasters in years. More than two months after the leak started, methane gas continues to escape from an
White House Brushes Off Chuck Schumer's Iran Deal Rejection
The Obama administration is confident it can get enough Democrats on Capitol Hill to support the Iran deal, despite prominent rejections of the deal from Sen. Chuck Schumer , D-New York, and other members, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said today. “I would describe this as an
What August Means for the Iran Deal (And Democrats)
For weeks, President Obama has had the ear of Democrats on the Iran nuclear agreement , meeting with members one-on-one and dispatching his advisers to hearings and briefings on Capitol Hill . But with members leaving town until September, the administration is losing its greatest asset in the
Obama's Grand Gesture: Courts House Dems Over Trade Deal
President Obama made a last-ditch effort to get House Democrats on board with his trade agenda, motorcading to the opposite side of Pennsylvania Avenue to huddle with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi and her caucus just hours before votes on whether to give the president authority to negotiate a
Iran Nuclear Negotiations - Your Questions Answered
As the U.S. approaches a deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran , here are some basic facts about the negotiations to keep in mind: What is the deadline? The deadline for a deal between Iran and the P5+1 (U.S., U.K., Russia , China , France + Germany ) on a broad technical framework for Iran’s
Congress Seeks a Screening of 'The Interview' and Wants to See 'Director's Cut'
Congress is looking to get into the movie business. Not for just any movie, of course. Before Sony Pictures announced today that there would be a "limited theatrical release" of "The Interview," there was a growing bipartisan call for Washington to host a screening of the Seth Rogen-James Franco