Full Gardner: 'We have evidence that the state constitution of Florida was violated'

Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) joins Meet the Press to talk about contested Senate votes in Florida and Arizona.

Dem leaders request formal update from DOJ on whether Whitaker should recuse himself

Democratic leaders

Stepping up Democratic efforts to shield the Russia investigation, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Sunday he would seek to tie a measure protecti

Newly empowered House Democrats threatened to subpoena the acting attorney general and take other measures as they push for his recusal from the investigation.

The president just meant the acting attorney general isn't "a friend" he’s known for "his entire life,” Conway said.

Rep. Nadler: Acting AG Matthew Whitaker will be summoned

The likely incoming chairman of the House Judiciary Committee said Sunday that the first witness the panel will call next year will be acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker to question him about his...

Top Democrats stepped up pressure Sunday on acting U.S. Attorney General Matthew Whitaker to step aside from overseeing a special counsel probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. presidential election, vowing to order him to testify early next year.

Democrats plot to address 'crisis moment' for Mueller investigation

Three presumptive Democratic committee chairman on Thursday outlined on a call for Democratic lawmakers the steps they're planning to take to investigate the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions and protect special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation following the appointment of acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker.

Sessions replacement Matthew Whitaker called Mueller's appointment 'ridiculous' and 'a little fishy'

The new acting attorney general who is expected to have oversight over special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation has expressed deep skepticism of the probe, including calling Mueller's appointment "ridiculous" and "a little fishy."

Mueller's investigation of Trump is going too far

Probing the finances of the President or his family goes beyond special counsel Robert Mueller's purview, says former federal prosecutor Matthew Whittaker.