Case Number: 19-2934

State Department Records of Ukraine-Related Communications

July 21, 2020
Records from the Department of State in response to American Oversight’s request for external communications with the president’s personal attorneys regarding efforts to influence the Ukrainian government to investigate the president’s political opponents.

No Records Response from State Regarding Communications with the President’s Personal Lawyers or Communications Regarding Ukrainian Investigations

June 19, 2020
The Department of State stated that it had no records responsive to American Oversight's request for documents about efforts to influence the Ukrainian government to investigate the presidentÕs political opponents.

News Roundup: Launching Our Investigation of Trump’s Authoritarian Purges

February 28, 2020
Loyalty over truth and political advantage over public service and safety are hallmarks of authoritarianism.

New State Department Ukraine Documents Released

February 21, 2020
The State Department released new emails related to the Trump administration's Ukraine dealings on Friday night in response to American Oversight's lawsuit.

News Roundup: The Evidence Continues to Mount

January 17, 2020
No matter how much the administration stonewalls, new evidence in the Ukraine investigation continues to emerge. 

News Roundup: Presidential War Powers and New Impeachment Documents

January 10, 2020
A lot has happened during the first week of 2020 — including the release of new Ukraine-related documents.

State Department Releases Additional Ukraine Documents to American Oversight

January 8, 2020
The State Department released 42 pages of records in response to American Oversight’s FOIA lawsuit for a range of documents related to the Trump administration’s dealings with Ukraine.

State Department Records of Ukraine-Related Communications with Department Officials

January 8, 2020
Records from the Department of State in response to American Oversight’s request for external communications regarding efforts to influence the Ukrainian government to investigate the president’s political opponents.

Why Trump Has Met the Standard for Obstruction of Congress

December 18, 2019
The power of impeachment exists to check a president who refuses to recognize the constitutional separation of powers.
Trump at the Capitol in March 2019 (White House Photo)