Rep. John Conyers has not stopped investigating the U.S. attorneys scandal and he’s finally gotten former Bush aides Karl Rove and Harriet Miers to agree to testify. The two advisers previously ignored subpoenas to appear before Congress, citing executive privilege.

AFP via Google:

A former top aide to ex-president George W. Bush, Karl Rove, who previously failed to testify in Congress in a probe of the controversial firings of federal prosecutors, will now appear, Congressional sources said Wednesday.

Rove, called to testify in an investigation into the 2006 firings of nine federal prosecutors that some saw as politically motivated, failed to show at a House of Representatives hearing in July 2008.

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