The House Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to subpoena former Attorney General Jeff Sessions and White House adviser Jared Kushner, along with other former administration officials, in seek of information related to whether President Trump obstructed justice or abused his power. The vote, along party lines, is the latest move by the House panel as it works to continue a broad investigation into Trump's conduct, including possible obstruction of former Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe. Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) said "we will not rest until we obtain their testimony and documents." Trump criticized the congressional Democrats on Twitter, suggesting the oversight is redundant now that Mueller's probe is complete. The White House has largely opted to resist subpoenas and calls for testimony.

Scroll for 5 things you
need to know now