Conaway told reporters Monday, "We found no evidence that the Trump campaign or anyone associated with it colluded with the Russians". Tom Rooney of Florida and Peter King of NY, began signaling in recent weeks that they were anxious to wrap things up, saying they had explored all the key evidence. Committee aides said they spent hundreds of hours reviewing raw source material used by the intelligence services to make that claim and that it did not meet the appropriate standards.
Democrats, meanwhile, have been warning that Republicans were going to end the investigation prematurely, without calling dozens of important witnesses to testify and without forcing many of those who testified to answer crucial questions.
The committee's Russian Federation investigation included interviews with 73 witnesses and a review of roughly 300,000 pages of documents, Conaway said.
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The poll was conducted on landlines and cell phones from March 8 to 11 with 503 registered voters in Pennsylvania's 18th District. He and his wife Kelly spent the weekend before the election visiting dozens of households to remind people to vote.
Schiff said Republicans have also refused Democrats' requests to subpoena vital documents, including financial and communications records that could verify or refute witness testimony.
The public will not see the report until Democrats have reviewed it and the intelligence community has decided what information can become public, a process that could take weeks.
Although the committee interviewed prominent people in Trump's circle, like former campaign manager Corey Lewandowski, former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon, and White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, it was unable to secure an interview with the president himself.
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The premier said Pakistan believed that a peaceful and stable Afghanistan was vital for the economic progress of the region. The Iranian foreign minister is accompanied by a 30-member delegation, including representatives from the business sector.
Nunes temporarily stepped aside from the Russian Federation investigation last April when the House Ethics Committee announced that it was investigating whether Nunes violated any laws or congressional rules by disclosing classified information. It will blame officials in former President Barack Obama's administration for a "lackluster" response and look at leaks from the intelligence community to the media.
The end of the Russian Federation interviews is only the latest battleground on the House Intelligence Committee, which has been consumed by partisan fights for the better part of a year, from Chairman Devin Nunes' role in the investigation and more recently over competing memos about alleged surveillance abuses at the FBI during the Obama administration. CNN reported that the Democratic report might also point out the investigation's shortcomings.
It will include at least 25 recommendations, including how to improve election security, respond to cyberattacks and improve counterintelligence efforts.
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Manley said both packages were sent to homes of black residents, "so we can not rule out that hate crime is at the core of this". Police said people can call 911 if they believe they have received a suspicious or unexpected package left at their homes.
Still, only the Senate Intelligence Committee appears to be pushing forward at full speed on its probe, as Senate Judiciary Chairman Chuck Grassley is preparing to release transcripts of the committee's interviews with participants of the June 2016 Trump Tower meeting - a potential sign the committee is done investigating that matter.