Bart Jansen, Knoxville News Sentinel

Bart Jansen

Knoxville News Sentinel

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Knoxville News Sentinel
  • USA TODAY
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Statesman Journal
  • North Jersey News
Past:
  • Indianapolis Star
  • The News Leader
  • Enquirer
  • The Des Moines Register
  • delawareonline
  • independentmail
  • The News-Star
  • Detroit Free Press
  • The Greenville News
  • The Tennessean
  • and more…

Recent articles by Bart:

'No choice but to act': House Speaker Pelosi asks chairman to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump

Pelosi's statement came shortly after Trump invited House Democrats to impeach him quickly so the country could “get back to business." → Read More

Live updates: House impeachment inquiry into President Trump moves to feistier setting at Judiciary Committee

The House impeachment inquiry could become combative as the Judiciary Committee holds its first hearing into whether to recommend removal of Trump. → Read More

House Democrats' report on the impeachment inquiry finds Trump has solicited foreign interference in the 2020 election

House Democrats release report about President Trump's dealings with Ukraine, setting the foundation for potential impeachment. → Read More

Deutsche Bank, Trump's longtime lender, must turn over financial records, appeals court rules

The Deutsche Bank case is one of several in which President Donald Trump is fighting to prevent release of his tax returns and financial documents. → Read More

Impeachment Week 11: House Judiciary hearing to explore whether 'high crimes and misdemeanors' apply to President Trump

The House Judiciary Committee will start the next phase in the Trump impeachment inquiry as it holds its first hearing this week. Here's what the week looks like: → Read More

House GOP report on impeachment inquiry defends Trump's dealings with Ukraine

House Republicans on the Intelligence Committee drafted a report defending President Donald Trump's dealings with Ukraine → Read More

OMB official: legal official resigned in part because of concerns about security suspension

The release of the remaining transcripts in the impeachment inquiry shed light on the suspension of security assistance and gave further background. → Read More

While focus is on Ukraine, here's the evidence committees have compiled to bolster Trump impeachment case

While Ukraine drew the spotlight, six House committees investigated President Donald Trump for possible abuse of power and obstruction of justice → Read More

House Judiciary Committee sets first impeachment inquiry hearing Dec. 4

Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y., explained in a letter to Trump that the hearing will discuss the historical and constitutional basis for impeachment. → Read More

‘Presidents are not kings’: Judge says ex-White House counsel Donald McGahn must testify before Congress

The federal judge's ruling could be used to force Trump's closest aides to testify in the impeachment inquiry and other House investigations. → Read More

Trump aide Fiona Hill, who was 'shocked' by Ukraine call, to testify at impeachment hearing

Fiona Hill and David Holmes, two central witnesses in the impeachment inquiry, plan to testify. → Read More

Impeachment hearing: Speier, Conaway spar during Sondland testimony

“The president of the United States has five Pinocchios on a daily basis, so let’s not go there,” Jackie Speier said during Wednesday's hearing. → Read More

Impeachment hearing: Sondland, key witness on Trump dealings with Ukraine, to testify

According to a previous witness, Sondland assured Trump that Zelensky would do “anything you ask him to” about investigations. → Read More

Impeachment hearing: Aide who raised concerns about Trump's Ukraine call to testify

Alexander Vindman, a National Security Council expert on Ukraine, testifies Tuesday about his concerns with President Trump's call with Ukraine. → Read More

Impeachment Week 9: Alexander Vindman and Gordon Sondland headline three days of public hearings

Expected to testify publicly this week: U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and the NSC's Fiona Hill. → Read More

Marie Yovanovitch: A symbol of State Department resistance to Trump in impeachment inquiry

Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, becomes symbol of State Department resistance to President Donald Trump → Read More

5 things to look for as public hearings begin in the House impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump

Here are five things to look for as the House Intelligence Committee begins public hearings in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump → Read More

Trump impeachment inquiry to go public with Bill Taylor, George Kent testimony: the latest

The impeachment inquiry will move into the public eye Wednesdayas House Democrats call their first two witnesses –William Taylor and George Kent. → Read More

George Kent says he would 'love to see' Burisma investigation as GOP attempts to undercut suggestion of quid pro quo

Republicans claim investigations into Zlochevsky were ended to benefit Hunter Biden, although the probe predated his time on the Burisma board. → Read More

Staunch Trump ally Jim Jordan moved to House Intel panel ahead of public testimony

The transcripts of impeachment testimony from Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and former NSC Russia expert Fiona Hill were released Friday → Read More