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The Ukraine Investigation’s Unanswered Questions
February 11, 2020
What did top cabinet officials and key members of Congress know about the president’s scheme?
Statement on Senate Impeachment Vote: Oversight Must and Will Continue
February 5, 2020
Congress and the public have a long list of open questions that deserve to be answered.
News Roundup: Beyond Impeachment — The Investigations Continue
December 20, 2019
There's plenty to investigate as we approach the end of 2019 — Ukraine-related and otherwise.
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.
News Roundup: Stephen Miller’s Extremist Network
December 13, 2019
Emails obtained by American Oversight provide a glimpse of how a senior adviser at ICE has worked with Miller to promote harsh anti-immigration policies.
What We Learned from the Yovanovitch and McKinley Transcripts
November 7, 2019
We read between the lines of Yovanovitch and McKinley's testimony — here are eight takeaways and clues about documents that we're using in our ongoing investigation.
Why Obstruction of Congressional Investigations Could Be Grounds for Impeachment
September 27, 2019
In the past, Congress has cited obstruction of oversight as a basis for impeaching a president.
American Oversight Statement on Impeachment Inquiry
September 25, 2019
An impeachment investigation is absolutely warranted in light of the extraordinary allegations about President Trump's dealings with Ukraine.
More Evidence of Chao’s Preferential Treatment of Kentucky-Specific Requests
June 17, 2019
American Oversight has uncovered documents bolstering reports of coordination between the office of Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao and the office of Senator Mitch McConnell.
Trump Administration Appeals Court Decision Ordering It to Turn Over Communications with Congress About ACA Sabotage
May 30, 2019
This spring, a federal judge rejected a Trump administration argument for withholding communications about weakening the Affordable Care Act. Now the administration is appealing that decision.