"It's time for Congress to step in," California Senator Dianne Feinstein said. "This is a matter of life or death, and partisan politics shouldn't play a role."
The senator insisted she had nothing to do with February stock trades--which included the selling of several that were "hammered" in the stock market due to coronavirus concerns.
"The Report" on Amazon Prime Video tells the story of Daniel J. Jones' attempt to make the so-called "Torture Report" public. Newsweek spoke to the real Jones about the true story behind the move.
The Senate Judiciary Committee released the letter, which originally had been sent to Senator Dianne Feinstein in July.
Donald Trump Jr. also misspelled the names of Brett Kavanaugh and Dianne Feinstein.
"Dianne, you've been sitting on this letter for almost two months," Pirro said. "You let Brett Kavanaugh go through days of Senate hearings."
"One by one, we are keeping the promises I made to the American people during my campaign for president," Trump said when he withdrew from the Paris Climate Accord.
California Democrats showed a sharp division ahead of 2018 midterm, failing to endorse a senior senator for the U.S. Senate.
Interviews of witnesses are done and the committee should begin releasing the transcripts, Grassley said.
The hashtag "#ReleaseTheMemo" exploded on Twitter last Thursday.
Senator Dianne Feinstein has requested interviews and documents from Dan Scavino and Brad Parscale.
Senate Judiciary Committee ranking member Dianne Feinstein sent letters to Carter Page, Sam Clovis, Walid Phares and J.D. Gordon.
"This is not a time for 'patience'—Donald Trump is not fit for office," Tom Steyer said.
Senator Dianne Feinstein expressed hope that Donald Trump could yet become a "good president," angering many Democrats.
Senator Dianne Feinstein recommends the 'Judiciary Committee investigate all issues that raise a question of obstruction of justice.'
"Women's health is a big part of this and women are a majority of the population, and their health interests deserve to be contemplated in any reform," Democratic Senator Dianne Feinstein of California said.
A Senate seat would allow the movie star to get closer—geographically, anyway—to his recent tormentor, President Donald Trump.
Severely criticized by Silicon Valley, can the longtime senator from California face tech opposition in her 2018 race?
Senators Dianne Feinstein and Richard Burr may introduce a bill that forces tech companies to cooperate with law enforcement.