John Ratcliffe, Marc Short, Alyssa Farah and Robert O'Brien are all among the White House officials who continue to violate the law in advance of the election.
The Treasury Department could be playing favorites by releasing more quickly documents that relate to Biden and align with Trump's political goals.
The Trump administration’s persistent violations, including 15 in the last two weeks, raise questions about criminal liabilities for Trump himself.
Trump's administration is complicit in the erosion of the rules that protect our elections and our government from political manipulation.
President Donald Trump apparently believes that the rough transcript of his July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky shall set him free, but he is wrong. Not only is the transcript itself damning, but it is also part of a larger campaign by the President and his personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, to pressure…
The Department of Justice is refusing to turn over a whistleblower's report that could implicate Trump and his involvement with Ukrainian officials.
Lindsey Graham talked to Bill Barr about a DOJ procedure set in place to verify Giuliani's Ukraine information. The legitimacy of the process is unclear.
Withholding information and testimony from committee chairs based on party affiliation would violate federal law as well as Executive Branch policies.
Accounts from John Bolton's book underscore why he is one of the witnesses critical to ensuring a fair and deliberate Senate trial.