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Impeachment inquiry: Vice President Mike Pence refuses to turn over requested documents
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Shorts: What a Watergate Document Can Teach the House Judiciary Committee
While researching the Watergate Road Map, Benjamin Wittes discovered a letter written by the then-Chairman of the House Committee on the Judiciary Peter Rodino to the chief judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia. In the letter, Rodino requested that any material relevant to the Houseâ€™s impeachment inquiry be transferred to his Committee. This morning, Wittes analyzed in a Lawfare article how the letter could instruct current Chairman of the Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler on what steps he can take to ensure his Committee properly executes its constitutional obligation. In the latest edition of the Lawfare Podcast Shorts, you can listen to that article in-full, read by the author.
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Culper Partners Rule of Law Series: Sen. Saxby Chambliss on the Rule of Law
In this third episode of the special Culper Partners Rule of Law series, David Kris and Nate Jones speak with former Senator Saxby Chambliss, who served as a senator from Georgia from 2003â€“2015, and in the House of Representatives from 1995â€“2003. During his tenure in the Senate, he was a member of the Senate Armed Services Committee, as well as the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, where he served as Vice Chairman from 2011â€“2014. His previous role as Chairman of the House Intelligence SubCommittee on Terrorism and Homeland Security made him one of the leading congressional experts on those issues. They talked about the history of the congressional intelligence Committees, the significance of election interference, and the proper penalties for lying to Congress. Chambliss also described what it was like to serve on the Senate Intelligence Committee, even describing a particular situation that is apparently still classified and undisclosed, as well as revealing whom he considers to be the best legislator he ever knew.
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Larry Magid: 10,000 Accounts Removed From By Twitter
Twitter says it has removed 10,000 accounts ahead of the upcoming midterm election. KCBS’s Radio Technology Analyst Larry Magid says the Democratic Campaign Committee alerted Twitter of fraudulent or inauthentic that were attacking Democratic Candidates.