1. Judge Napolitano 'surprised' Bill Barr agreed to turn over Mueller report documents to Nadler  Fox News
  2. House Votes To Let Its Leaders Pursue Contempt Lawsuits In Trump Inquiries  NPR
  3. Justice Dept. to Congress: Back off contempt process, or Barr will ask Trump to shield census documents  The Washington Post
  4. DOJ slams latest committee contempt vote, warns of retaliation  Washington Times
  5. Watch Live: House Votes On Contempt Lawsuits For Trump Investigations  NPR
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The chamber sidestepped what might have been an even uglier showdown with the executive branch but opened the door to years of litigation over Russia, taxes, security clearances and more.The chamber sidestepped what might have been an even uglier showdown with the executive branch but opened the door to years of litigation over Russia, taxes, security clearances and more.

House Passes Contempt Resolution To Pursue Lawsuits In Trump Inquiries : NPR

"Both Secretary Ross and Attorney General Barr are refusing to comply with duly authorized subpoenas from Congress," said Rep. Elijah Cummings."Both Secretary Ross and Attorney General Barr are refusing to comply with duly authorized subpoenas from Congress," said Rep. Elijah Cummings.

William Barr, Wilbur Ross face contempt votes on Wednesday - National | Globalnews.ca

Democrats are pushing to hold two senior Trump administration officials in contempt of Congress – the latest attempt to turn the screw on a president unwilling to agree to their demands.Democrats are pushing to hold two senior Trump administration officials in contempt of Congress – the latest attempt to turn the screw on a president unwilling to agree to their demands.

Democrats turn up heat on Trump with push to hold senior officials in contempt of Congress | The Independent

“On the eve of a House Oversight contempt vote for AG Barr and Commerce Sec. Ross re: request for census docs and testimony, DOJ says the AG is "compelled" to ask Trump to invoke executive privilege for docs DOJ contends are privileged https://t.co/m4HJtLUsN8”

Zoe Tillman on Twitter: "On the eve of a House Oversight contempt vote for AG Barr and Commerce Sec. Ross re: request for census docs and testimony, DOJ says the AG is "compelled" to ask Trump to invoke executive privilege for docs DOJ contends are privileged https://t.co/m4HJtLUsN8… https://t.co/Fhq8NCDYC4"

“Today we voted to hold AG Barr in civil contempt. Congress must be able to hold the Trump administration to account for its stonewalling of the American people. We will never cease our work to deliver the truth to the public.”

Rep. Pramila Jayapal on Twitter: "Today we voted to hold AG Barr in civil contempt. Congress must be able to hold the Trump administration to account for its stonewalling of the American people. We will never cease our work to deliver the truth to the public."

“No one is above the law. Today, I voted to hold AG Barr and former counsel McGahn in contempt. Congress must hold the Trump administration accountable and stop the lying and stonewalling. We’re committed to getting the truth to the American people. #ForThePeople”

Katherine Clark on Twitter: "No one is above the law. Today, I voted to hold AG Barr and former counsel McGahn in contempt. Congress must hold the Trump administration accountable and stop the lying and stonewalling. We’re committed to getting the truth to the American people. #ForThePeople"

“Just voted to hold Barr in civil contempt and give Committees the power to enforce subpoenas on the Trump administration. We will uncover the truth that @realDonaldTrump is trying to hide! #NoOneIsAboveTheLaw”

David Cicilline on Twitter: "Just voted to hold Barr in civil contempt and give Committees the power to enforce subpoenas on the Trump administration. We will uncover the truth that @realDonaldTrump is trying to hide! #NoOneIsAboveTheLaw"

The House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed administration officials requesting documents related to the 2020 censusThe House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed administration officials requesting documents related to the 2020 census

Justice Dept to ask Trump to invoke executive privilege over census documents - CBS News

The House voted Tuesday to hasten approval of lawsuits from multiple committees to enforce subpoenas against President Donald Trump's administrationThe House voted Tuesday to hasten approval of lawsuits from multiple committees to enforce subpoenas against President Donald Trump's administration

House seeks easier approval of lawsuits against Trump administration

AG Barr is advising President Trump to "assert executive privilege" protect documents related to the administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.AG Barr is advising President Trump to "assert executive privilege" protect documents related to the administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.

Barr Advises Trump To Invoke Executive Privilege As Cummings Plans Contempt Vote - Sara A. Carter

AG Barr is advising President Trump to "assert executive privilege" protect documents related to the administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.AG Barr is advising President Trump to "assert executive privilege" protect documents related to the administration’s decision to add a citizenship question to the 2020 Census.

Barr Advises Trump To Invoke Executive Privilege As Cummings Plans Contempt Vote – Sara A. Carter

Judge Napolitano predicted that AG Barr's decision to turn over evidence to House committee poses "potential nightmare" for President TrumpJudge Andrew Napolitano predicted on Tuesday that Attorney General William Barr’s decision to turn over underlying documentary evidence from former special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation poses a “potential nightmare” for President Donald Trump.

Napolitano: Barr Decision 'Potential Nightmare' for Trump | Law & Crime

Judge Napolitano predicted that AG Barr's decision to turn over evidence to House committee poses "potential nightmare" for President Trump

Napolitano: Barr Decision 'Potential Nightmare' for Trump | Law & Crime

The U.S. House of Representatives Oversight Committee plans to vote on Wednesday on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress for stonewalling a probe into an alleged scheme to politicize the 2020 U.S. Census. "Both Secretary Ross andThe U.S. House of Representatives Oversight Committee plans to vote on Wednesday on whether to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress for stonewalling a probe into an alleged scheme to politicize the 2020 U.S. Census. "Both Secretary Ross and

House panel to vote Wednesday on whether two Trump officials are in contempt of Congress

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House Oversight Committee to vote on contempt of Congress against Barr, Ross | One America News Network

House Oversight Committee chair Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) is moving to hold Attorney General Bill Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt for refusing to turn over documents. Today Judiciary Committee chair Rep. Jerry Nadler (D-NY) announced that he reached a deal with Barr to turn over documents and he would not hold a…

House Oversight Committee to hold contempt vote — after Judiciary chair makes deal with Bill Barr – Raw Story

The Justice Department warned Tuesday that it could retaliate against the House Oversight Committee should the panel vote this week to pursue contempt of Congress proceedings against Attorney General William P. Barr, saying it would sour what cooperation there has been.The Justice Department warned Tuesday that it could retaliate against the House Oversight Committee should the panel vote this week to pursue contempt of Congress proceedings against Attorney General

DOJ slams latest committee contempt vote, warns of retaliation - Washington Times

The Justice Department’s war with House Oversight over turning over certain census citizenship question-related documents escalated with an executive privilege threat.DOJ Makes Executive Privilege Threat In Census Docs Fight With Cummings

DOJ Makes Executive Privilege Threat In Census Doc Fight | Talking Points Memo