The order is expected to seek the use of financial incentives to encourage police departments to adhere to best practices following nationwide protests against police brutality and racism.
The House impeachment report is expected behind closed doors on Monday, ahead of the judiciary committee's first hearings set for Wednesday which President Donald Trump's lawyer said the White House will not attend.
The House Judiciary Committee sent a two-page letter to Trump setting a deadline of 2200 GMT on December 6 for the president’s counsel to specify intended actions under the committee’s impeachment procedures.
Supreme Court gives green light for administration to roll out new rules that would make it harder for Central American migrants to claim asylum in the US.
Special counsel Robert Mueller's report, released publicly in April, found Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election and that Republican President Donald Trump's election campaign had multiple contacts with Russian officials.
US Senate Intelligence Committee strikes deal with Donald Trump Jr to appear for a closed-door testimony next month, as part of panel's Russia investigation.
Democrats will try to hold the US Attorney General William Barr in contempt over special counsel Robert Mueller's report. He is being accused of spinning the results of the investigation to President Donald Trump's benefit.
Testifying for the first time since releasing Mueller's report, William Barr faced sharp questioning from Senate Democrats who accused him of making misleading comments.
Special Counsel Robert Mueller's report into Russian interference in 2016 US presidential election will be released next month, Attorney General Bill Barr says, adding he was currently redacting sensitive material from the report.
Russia is reacting with an "I told you so" in state media after the conclusion of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Moscow's involvement in the US presidential election didn't find evidence of collusion.
"We are going to initiate investigations into abuses of power, into corruption and into obstruction of justice," the chairman of the House committee, Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y. said. "We will do everything we can to get that evidence."
House Democrats have expressed disappointment, claiming lawmakers wasted time by focusing on questions concerning Hillary Clinton's emails.
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