The third presidential impeachment trial in US history is underway. The first thing senators did is get into a big partisan fight over witnesses and other rules.
New Impeachment Evidence Shows How Political Operatives Tried To Get A Respected US Ambassador Fired
“The bomb is dropping tomorrow,” Lev Parnas wrote the day before then-ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was abruptly recalled from her post in Ukraine.
"I'm sure I'm not the only person in this country that does not necessarily agree with his family on politics."
After delays, the House voted to send two articles of impeachment to the Senate, which will begin considering whether to remove Trump from office in the coming days.
Trump Said He’ll Double-Down On Prayer In School And Give More Federal Tax Money To Religious Groups
“Happy Religious Freedom Day,” his staff told reporters.
Key Witnesses In The Mueller Probe Told Investigators How Sean Hannity Advised Trump's Closest Aides
Hannity, the popular Fox News personality, is mentioned more than a dozen times in documents BuzzFeed News has obtained from the Mueller investigation so far.
Rudy Giuliani’s Indicted Associate Says "Trump Knew Exactly What Was Going On" With Ukraine Meetings
The comments from Lev Parnas, one of the men who worked with Rudy Giuliani to dig up dirt in Ukraine, come after Congress released hundreds of pages of evidence that Parnas turned over to impeachment investigators.
Speaker Pelosi Named Seven Impeachment Managers Who Will Deliver The Case To Remove President Donald Trump From Office
Pelosi selected Democrats with legal and law enforcement backgrounds to present the case against Trump, noting her “emphasis on litigators.”
The lesson of Iraq hangs over everything, and Twitter has brought both anti-war and non-American voices to the fore.
Trump's reelection campaign, after spending much of 2019 focused on other Democrats, keeps talking about Sanders in 2020.
The resolution passed Thursday is nonbinding but “directs” Trump to cease hostilities against Iran unless there’s an “imminent” attack or Congress declares war.
"Ultimately, we don’t think decisions about political ads should be made by private companies," a Facebook executive said.
Trump, a source said, has been watching the network's analysis with interest.
The White House's Iran Briefing Won Over Most Republicans, But Rand Paul And Mike Lee Are Calling It A Disgrace
The parties are splitting apart as the House schedules a vote Thursday on whether to limit Trump’s authority to wage war.
“America and the world cannot afford war,” House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Wednesday.
The former New York City mayor is accepting the endorsement of Akron’s mayor and unveiling a plan to help old industrial cities transition to new economies.
Both Biden and Sanders are warning of the risks of war — and pointing to their own records as their best arguments to prevent it.
Trump has said that 52 heritage sites could be "HIT VERY FAST AND VERY HARD".
The resolution by Democratic Sen. Tim Kaine argues the Trump administration does not have congressional approval to start a war with Iran.
Bernie Sanders and Andrew Yang came out unequivocally against the attack that killed Iran's Qassem Soleimani.
This was the decade when it became clear that “gay rights are human rights,” but it was also the decade when the very notion that humans have universal rights came under attack.
Facebook said that sharing URLs with the name of the person believed to be the whistleblower is against their policies, but that hasn’t stopped news sites from doing it.
Assume decade dead.
One hour after he was impeached, the president of the United States was on a stage yelling about light bulbs.
Editor-in-Chief Mark Galli appeared on BuzzFeed News' AM to DM to discuss the editorial and the president's response.
“As the number one frank-ophile in the city, I’m supposed to see if you can cut the mustard!”
Michael Bloomberg’s Presidential Campaign Will Keep Some Staffers On Throughout The General Election — Even If He’s Not On The Ballot
The campaign is also said to be planning a big headquarters move.
The number of teens using e-cigarettes has nearly doubled from last year.
Republicans Said It Was “Inappropriate” For Trump To Attack A Member Of Congress And Her Late Husband
“I hope he regrets that one.”
“What do you think is going to happen if these sit there for a month or two months? Trump will go crazy,” said Rep. Earl Blumenauer.