John Bel Edwards of Louisiana, a rare Democratic governor in the South, is hoping to hold on. His opponent, Eddie Rispone, is relying on President Trump’s popularity.
At a historic moment, viewers turn to MSNBC and Fox News, reflecting a sharp political divide.
Honesty is the best foreign policy.
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Democrats also released transcripts of two more witness interviews that took place in recent weeks.
The attorney general strongly defended President Trump’s assertions of executive power.
Her declaration reflected a shift by Trump’s critics from talking about the Ukraine affair using more abstract concepts like “quid pro quo” or “abuse of power.”
House Republicans planned ahead, hoping to strike a respectful tone at Friday’s impeachment hearing. Mr. Trump’s tweet was exactly the kind of attack they had hoped to avoid.
Now there’s witness intimidation and clearer evidence he had no interest in cleaning up Ukraine.
The Trump administration is set to extend a license that will allow American companies to continue doing business with the Chinese telecom giant Huawei.
Under the avalanche of endless Trump scandals, a superpower is losing its grip.
In an impeachment hearing, Marie L. Yovanovitch expressed disbelief that an American president would call her “bad news” in a call with a foreign leader.
Threatening, malicious, contemptuous of the law and public service: Trump to Ukraine is Trump in all departments.
The moves signaled that as commander in chief, Mr. Trump intends to use his power as the ultimate arbiter of military justice.
His intervention in decisions about war crimes undermines the moral standing of the armed forces.
The official in Kiev also said that he was told President Trump cared more about the investigations than about Ukraine.
As Marie Yovanovitch, the former ambassador to Ukraine, testified on the second day of public impeachment hearings, something unexpected happened in the room.
As Marie Yovanovitch testified, President Trump tweeted insults at her, drawing charges of witness intimidation.
The new case, about a subpoena from a House committee, follows one arising from a grand jury subpoena from Manhattan prosecutors.
A mid-hearing Twitter attack from Mr. Trump made for a stunning second-screen moment.