The House Judiciary Committee chairman said his panel would soon hold a contempt vote, while other members were expected to go public with calls for an impeachment inquiry.
If Democrats want to address simmering middle-class anger, they need to deliver justice.
Elizabeth Warren Calls For A Boycott Of Fox News, Which She Accused Of Spreading Hate, Racism, And Conspiracy Theories
Other prominent Democrats -- including allies of Warren's like Sen. Bernie Sanders -- are taking a different approach to Fox's 2020 coverage.
Amash is the first Republican in Congress to call for impeachment. More Democrats, such as Nancy Pelosi, should be willing to say the same.
If Democrats speak to the practical economic needs of Americans, they'll have a chance to win against Trump in 2020
Nancy Pelosi still hopes to avoid impeachment. But standing by while Trump destroys democracy is not an option
The senator from Massachusetts will not be be appearing on the "hate-for-profit" network.
The Massachusetts senator sets herself apart from Bernie Sanders and other Democrats who've played ball with the network.
If Democrats are too craven to impeach Trump for his crimes, no future president will ever need to respect the law
Democrats sent the subpoena to Mnuchin and IRS Commissioner Charles Rettig.
More than 20 Democratic lawmakers have recently asked a federal appeals court to invalidate President Donald Trump's pardon of former Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio.
After two missed deadlines, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin is again due to tell House Democrats on Monday whether he plans to hand over President Donald Trump's personal tax returns.
The stance put the president at odd with Democrats and his own attorney general, setting up another confrontation over presidential authority and the separation of powers.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is concerned President Donald Trump will not voluntarily step down unless Democrats win by a "big" enough margin in 2020 that he doesn't contest the results, the New York Times reported Saturday.
Prominent red-state Democrats are launching long-shot presidential campaigns instead of running for Senate. Why?
Sixteen years after "Shock and Awe" was unleashed, the carnage rolls on in Iraq.
Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer want to make a $2 trillion deal with Donald Trump. Forget that and impeach him now
A 1924 law suggests Democrats can sue the Treasury Department if it doesn't turn over the president's taxes.
The two Democrats say the rules of the Virginia and D.C. bars require "candor" toward official tribunals.