The Senate has a duty to conduct a fair and full trial. The Republican leader is trying to make sure they can’t.
The communications about President Trump’s order to hold up military assistance to Ukraine were released under a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit.
The president signaled a willingness to scale back Medicare, a shift from his 2016 platform of protecting welfare programs.
Chosen by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the seven Democratic lawmakers reflect the geographic and demographic diversity of the party’s caucus.
The rules adopted by the Senate early Wednesday lay out a timeline for a trial that could be over in two weeks — or stretch much longer.
The White House hoped the president’s trip to the World Economic Forum would shift attention away from impeachment, but an impromptu news conference often turned to the drama in Washington.
How just a few Republican senators had a key role in determining the scope, and the likely future, of the trial of President Trump.
“Bill Clinton had sex with one person,” Kimmel said on Tuesday night. “Donald Trump screwed a whole country.”
The brazen Shabab assault at Manda Bay, Kenya, a sleepy seaside base near the Somali border, on Jan. 5 left three Americans dead, raising complex questions about the military’s mission in Africa.
The attack on the Fair Housing Act is reckless and wrong.
Voters are less tolerant, less empathetic and less interested in integrity than many political analysts thought.
The televised trial began with smartphone seizures, virtual video witnesses and media blitzes.
Democrats and Republicans clash over the Senate’s impeachment trial procedure.
The Democrats’ last standard-bearer won’t say she’ll commit to anyone who wins the nomination, disrupting party unity.
Thanks a lot, Mitch McConnell.
The president said in Davos, Switzerland, that he was planning to add more countries to an executive order barring people from predominantly Muslim countries.
There is a winnable approach for Democrats in the impeachment trial.
In his Senate trial as in all else, he’s a profile in persecution.
Republicans made last-minute changes to their proposed rules to placate moderates, but they held together to turn back Democratic efforts to subpoena documents.
Republicans made last-minute changes to the rules to placate moderates, but Democrats called them an outrage.