Corroboration of President Trump’s alleged abuse of power will change everything … or nothing at all.
What’s it like to go from serious presidential candidate to just another of 100 senators?
Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer provide a revealing look at today’s rubber-and-glue politics.
As senators embarked on their first day of proceedings, the occasional yawn and rubbing of the eyes emphasized the pointlessness of the whole affair.
The Democratic speaker will send the House’s articles of impeachment to the Senate without much to show for her three-week standoff with Majority Leader Mitch McConnell.
The California congressman is a villain to the right and a rock star to the left. And he’s more powerful than ever.
A historic House vote has made Donald Trump the third president in U.S. history to be impeached. Tonight caps a two-month investigation, but it was years in the making.
As the impeachment inquiry lays out central allegations that President Trump abused his power, Ukrainians living in America recognize a familiar playbook.
Democratic Chairman Jerry Nadler virtually lost control of today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.
The expert witness called by Republicans agreed that the quid pro quo—if proved—would be an impeachable act.
Today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing served to reinforce the partisan divide over President Trump’s conduct rather than challenge it.
The House impeachment report accuses Donald Trump of obstructing Congress more than any president in history, capping a confrontation that began the moment Democrats recaptured the majority.
Gaps in the ambassador’s recollection frustrated Democrats and offered Republicans an opportunity to undermine his revelations.
Nothing in Marie Yovanovitch’s testimony had directly added to the Democrats’ case for removal. Then the president stepped in.
A public once enamored of Robert Mueller now turns its eyes to a cadre of career diplomats.
On rare occasions, congressional hearings beat gritty HBO dramas in entertainment value.
The ambassador to Ukraine detailed a previously unknown phone call involving President Trump, potentially adding to the Democrats’ case that he put his own interests above the nation’s.
“If the president can simply refuse all oversight, particularly in the context of an impeachment proceeding, the balance of power between our two branches of government will be irrevocably altered.”
Witnesses are providing Congress with the record of presidential misbehavior it needs.
In 2016, 81 percent of voters in Sioux County chose Donald Trump, though some would feel relief if he were impeached.