Andrew Prokop

Senior Politics Reporter, Vox

Senior Politics Reporter, Vox

Andrew Prokop on KCRW

As the acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker will oversee the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. But he hasn’t been confirmed by the Senate.

Is it constitutional to appoint Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general?

As the acting attorney general, Matthew Whitaker will oversee the Mueller investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election. But he hasn’t been confirmed by the Senate.

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White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah today told reporters that the White House could have done better over the last few days in how they dealt with the situation surrounding Rob…

White House staff secretary resigns amid domestic abuse allegations

White House Deputy Press Secretary Raj Shah today told reporters that the White House could have done better over the last few days in how they dealt with the situation surrounding Rob…

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the House Judiciary Committee today.

After conflicting testimonies, could Jeff Sessions be on his way out?

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testified before the House Judiciary Committee today.

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