U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland directed the department to evaluate how it obtains records from Congress in light of revelations that the previous administration had used secret subpoenas to collect Democratic lawmakers' communications. This report produced by Zachary Goelman.
Rep. Mo Brooks (R-AL) is avoiding a lawsuit from his colleague Rep. Eric Swalwell (D-CA) that seeks to hold him accountable for the January 6 Capitol insurrection – so much so that Swalwell’s attorneys hired a private investigator to find him. CNN’s Erin Burnett speaks with Swalwell’s attorney, Philip Andonian.
Former President Donald Trump suffered twin setbacks on Friday when the Justice Department cleared the way to release his tax records and disclosed a memo showing he urged top officials last year to falsely claim his election defeat was "corrupt." This report produced by Freddie Joyner.
[NFA] President Joe Biden said on Saturday that the Justice Department will appeal a "deeply disappointing" ruling by a federal judge in Texas on the DACA program that protects certain immigrants brought to the United States as children from deportation, while also urging Congress to take action. Colette Luke has more.
Democratic Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts, who slept on the steps of the US Capitol Friday night to protest the end of the national eviction moratorium, tells CNN’s Ryan Nobles that she believes the White House and the CDC should act on extending the moratorium.
Tempers flared in the U.S. Congress on Wednesday after its chief physician urged lawmakers to resume wearing masks to slow the spread of the highly contagious Delta variant of COVID-19, with the top Democrat labeling Republican opposition as "moronic" as masks and other measures to control COVID return to daily life in the U.S. This report produced by Garay Gavino.
CNN’s Pamela Brown looks at former Trump White House press secretary Sarah Sanders’ delayed support of the coronavirus vaccines even as Sanders blames President Biden, Democrats and Dr. Fauci, among others, for vaccine hesitancy.
The Trump-era Justice Department’s decision to secretly seize data of Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee went even beyond the nefarious actions of former President Richard Nixon, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells CNN in an exclusive interview.
Rep. Mike Quigley, a Democrat who serves on the House Intelligence Committee, responds to the Attorneys General from the Trump administration saying they don’t recall the Justice Department seizing records of Democratic House members and tells CNN’s Pamela Brown there is “no way in the world” this could happen without the Attorney General being notified.
As stricter rules and mask mandates return, frustration is building particularly among those who are fully vaccinated against coronavirus. CNN’s Dan Simon reports how some California residents say they feel they’re being punished for the inaction of others.
Sen. Kevin Cramer (R-ND) set the record straight about the events of January 6 when a radio show caller demanded to know the name of the Capitol Police officer who fatally shot Ashli Babbitt, a California woman who took part in the riot.
Dr. Michael Bolding made an emotional plea for people in Arkansas to get the Covid-19 vaccine. He speaks with CNN’s Pamela Brown about what it has been like treating unvaccinated patients as cases surge.
Democratic Rep. Charlie Crist of Florida tells CNN’s Pamela Brown that Republican Gov. Ron DeSantis is to blame for the state’s surge in Covid cases and he believes there should be more mask mandates and lockdowns in Florida to combat the virus.