The White House on Wednesday rejected House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler's demands for information as part of an obstruction probe, saying it will "continue to work in good faith" to accommodate "Congress's legitimate requests for information."


30
Thanks for voting


CNN

Latest News

ABC: Tourist douses fire in Austrian church with holy water

NewYorkTimes: America’s Most Astonishing Choir Hates Sounding Pretty

FOX: 'Avengers: Endgame' to be re-released with post-credits scene

CNN: The beauty influencer using her Instagram to tell the world about Sudan

CNN: Congress should eliminate the debt limit

CNN: All but four US states celebrate Juneteenth as a holiday

CNN: Slack's stock will soon start trading. Here's what you need to know about the non-IPO

CBC: Ice dancers Kaitlyn Weaver, Andrew Poje put career on hold

BBC: Tory leadership contest: Rory Stewart knocked out

ABC: Whales from Chinese sea park starting retirement in Iceland

FOX: Samurai text tells secrets of sword-fighters' 'supernatural powers'

FOX: Police release video, search for brawlers at kids' game

FOX: It’s official: DC’s Fourth of July celebration to include Trump speech, flyover

FOX: Media in Russia's south protest journalist's arrest

FOX: Residents of Norwegian island where sun doesn't set for 69 days in a row want to go 'time-free'

BBC: Tory leadership: How much has social care been cut?

ABC: Website documents histories of Georgetown-owned slaves

WashingtonPost: A rescue dog helped save a young man. Then an NFL player helped rescue them both.

WashingtonPost: A rescue dog helped save a young man. Then an NFL player helped rescue them both.

NewYorkTimes: At Raucous Reparations Hearing, Ta-Nehisi Coates Takes Aim at Mitch McConnell

NewYorkTimes: Andrea Bocelli’s Most Prized Possession

FOX: Media in Russia's south protest journalist's arrest

FOX: It’s official: DC’s Fourth of July celebration to include Trump speech, flyover

16 Related Articles, between 2019-05-08 and 2019-04-05