His retention may indicate any federal case could revolve around more than the perjury and obstruction charges.
Democrats, their backs up, have altered Senate rules on filibusters in the face of Republican obstruction.
The simple—too simple—explanation for the French obstruction?
There was no obstruction, no cherry picking of facts, no denial.
It's been vacant since 2005, the result of Democratic and Republican obstruction.
The Conservatives and obstruction, the Liberals and closure.
It seemed, however, that I had met with a conspiracy of obstruction.
obstruction will disappear through being at once unnecessary and impossible.
Since the separated self exists, and is an obstruction, we must contend with it.
In the five minutes which were occupied in the passage of the obstruction about four hundred casualties occurred.
obstruction ob·struc·tion (əb-strŭk'shən, ŏb-)
The blocking of a body passage, as by clogging or stricture.
The state of being obstructed.
Something, such as a mass or stricture, that obstructs.