Senators have eight more hours to ask questions before a climactic vote on witnesses Friday.
Trump’s Team Argued Presidents Can Demand Quid Pro Quos to Get Reelected. Even Republicans Won’t Touch This Defense.
“‘I think I’m the greatest president that ever was, and if I’m not elected, the national interest will suffer greatly.’ That cannot be an impeachable offense,” Trump’s defense argued.
Trump's Lawyers Said Presidents Can Accept Foreign Dirt On Opponents As Senators Asked Questions In The Impeachment Trial
“If there is credible information, credible information of wrongdoing by someone who is running for a public office, it's not campaign interference."
"We Would Still Like Our Money Back": Democrats Want Rep. Jeff Van Drew To Return Their Donations After He Joined The Republican Party
Democrats say Van Drew has ignored requests from some Democratic members and groups to return their donations since he joined the Republican Party.
Senators now have 16 hours to ask questions of both legal teams. What happens after that is up in the air.
John Bolton Wrote In His Memoir That Trump Did The Very Thing He’s Been Impeached For, As The Trial Continues
The information revealed by Trump’s former national security adviser — that the president withheld aid for Ukraine for political gain — isn’t new. But the messenger is, and it could influence the impeachment trial.
Trump's Impeachment Lawyers Argued Democrats Ignored Evidence. Then They Went Ahead And Ignored Evidence.
After Democrats argued that the president is a “danger to the country,” Trump’s team now has 24 hours over three days to make his case.
Democrats wrapped up three days of arguments in Trump's impeachment trial, imploring senators to remove the president from office and warning that he's a threat to them as well.
“I’m further away from changing my mind,” said Sen. John Barrasso.
"You Can't Trust This President": Democrats Accuse Trump Of Betraying The Country In Impeachment Trial
Democrats argued that President Trump violated the Constitution and must be removed from office in their second day of opening arguments in the impeachment trial.
One Democrat called for sticking to the facts when talking in the Senate. But talking to the public? “It is more compelling to say ‘This is not on the level, this is not a fair trial.’”
For many members, the long hours without electronics have been a welcome side effect of President Donald Trump’s trial.
On Tuesday, Democrats failed to convince Republicans to subpoena witnesses. On Wednesday, the House began laying out the evidence against Trump.
“I stayed awake, but I didn’t hear anything new,” said Sen. John Barrasso.
Here’s What Giuliani’s Associate Lev Parnas Was Sharing On WhatsApp As He Investigated The Ukraine Conspiracy Theory
New evidence shows exactly how influenced by the right-wing online echo chamber Giuliani and his associates were — turns out the answer is: a lot.
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.
Gabrielle Giffords Told Congress To "Face Your Constituents" After Her Shooting Was Cited For Not Holding A Town Hall
"Have some courage. Face your constituents. Hold town halls.”
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.
"Oh, I don’t mind, I guess. To me, it’s the new normal," said one Senate Republican.
Despite former national security adviser John Bolton agreeing to testify, the Senate will move ahead with an impeachment trial with no plans to call witnesses.
The members, including two Democrats, wrote in a brief that the national right to abortion is unworkable ahead of a major abortion rights case.
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.
“I would remind the gentleman if President Trump is impeached and removed, the new president would be Mike Pence, not Hillary Clinton,” Democratic Rep. Jerry Nadler said.
The 5th Circuit Court of Appeals punted on the key question of whether Obamacare is unconstitutional and must be thrown out.
The national war over gun control remains at a standstill. But in the small Idaho town of Sandpoint, Second Amendment activists are fortifying the rights they say are constitutionally theirs — no matter the cost.
The bill would ban anti-LGBTQ discrimination nationwide for the first time while creating many exemptions for small businesses, adoption agencies, and religious objectors.
"The President placed his personal political interests above the national interests of the United States, sought to undermine the integrity of the U.S. presidential election process, and endangered U.S. national security," Democrats concluded.
Rep. Mark Meadows led the House’s most conservative caucus. Now he’s sharing tips with the head of the most progressive caucus, Rep. Pramila Jayapal.
A US Ambassador Told Congress That Trump Did Engage In A Quid Pro Quo, But Republicans Are Claiming Victory Anyway
“My colleagues seem to be under the impression that unless the president spoke the words ‘Ambassador Sondland, I am bribing the Ukrainian president’ that there is no evidence of bribery."
A faction of Republicans want to depose the anonymous whistleblower who set off the impeachment process, and they have power in the Senate.