Listen: Komi, FBI And House Judiciary Committee discussed on All Things Considered
"Friday evening, what's going on on my gosh. Okay. We'll be prepared for bumper to bumper traffic all over the place, especially downtown the one ten both directions. The ten the five just slammed some specifics to look out for Elision park. Northbound five at the one ten they did clear that collision from lane still though stance. Traffic in Long Beach, eastbound ninety one after the seven ten they've cleared the collision there to still traffic doesn't seem to understand your really slammed from the one ten. We'll have more coming up in my next report. Just hang on your happiness. It's a heck of a day. You always say, you are the traffic and frayed you are. And we have to think about all of that more on the roads. Six twenty KCRW. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Elsa Chang, and Mary Louise Kelley two house committees hauled former FBI director James Comey back to Capitol Hill today to testify behind closed doors, the grilling took about seven hours and at the end Komi agreed to come back for more questions. House Republicans are trying to squeeze this in their last month before. Democrats take control of the chamber in January and peers to MAC has been sticking out that closed committee room all day today. He joins us now from the capital. Hey there, Tim hither. So I guess you're reward for sticking out about closed all day long today. I'm sorry for that duty you had to endure was Komi did finally emerge and he talked to reporters. What did he have to say? Let's write he talked about what he was asked about. And the former FBI director stressed that the questions were familiar topics here. He is the House Judiciary committee's offices."