USA Today reports:
Congress has its first opportunity on Tuesday to question Attorney General William Barr on the results of special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation, the details of which remain secret more than two weeks after the inquiry ended.
The House Appropriations subcommittee is expected to press Barr on his decision to release a bare-bones summary of the special counsel’s report last month in which the attorney general said Mueller had not found a conspiracy involving President Donald Trump’s campaign and the Russian government.
The special counsel did not make a determination about whether the president’s actions during the investigation amounted to obstruction. Instead, Barr and his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, separately determined that Trump’s conduct did not constitute a crime.
Start time is scheduled for 9:30 am.