Today, Tuesday, June 12 is the deadline set up by House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes for the DOJ to provide documents concerning the spy/informer Stefan Halper and his mission involving the Trump Campaign. The Committee has been waiting for months for the documents. Nunes would like to know what Halper's instructions were among other things. The DOJ (Deputy AG Rosenstein) has been stonewalling, as he usually does with oversight committees.
Nunes has gone after the DOJ for almost a year over information concerning it's surveillance of the Trump campaign. The two questions now are these: Does the DOJ finally make today's deadline? And does Nunes finally make good on his threats to hold in contempt & impeach Deputy AG Rosenstein if he dosen't get the documents?
One way or another, if the documents aren't provided the DOJ, it will be considered as obstructing Congress: