President Trump's decision to commute the sentence of his longtime ally Roger Stone was met with harsh criticism. Should Congress take steps to limit the sweeping pardon powers given to presidents by the Constitution?
Former National Security Advisor John Bolton's upcoming book contains a number of scathing allegations against President Trump. Will the claims make a difference or will they fall flat?
While the impeachment proceedings are now over, ongoing lawsuits and upcoming books are expected to reveal still more details about the campaign to have Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky pursue the investigations Trump wanted.
President Trump held a campaign rally Monday in Manchester, where he encouraged his supporters to cast votes for the “weakest candidate” in the Democratic field in Tuesday's New Hampshire primary.
Sen. Joe Manchin and former Mayor Michael Bloomberg respond to taunts by President Trump in a similar way.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a star witnesses in the inquiry that led to the impeachment of President Trump, was dismissed from his post on the National Security Council and escorted from the White House Friday, according to his lawyer.
Shunning contrition or reflection, eager to settle scores, President Trump spoke from the White House about the previous day’s Senate vote, which saw him acquitted on two articles of impeachment.
President Trump brought on a combative team of experienced lawyers who relentlessly shielded him from Democratic attacks. Without admitting anything or yielding much, they pushed toward the goal they achieved Wednesday night.
The 2016 Democratic nominee says she wasn’t surprised that the Senate voted to acquit President Trump in his impeachment trial — but was nonetheless disappointed more Republicans didn’t vote to remove him from office.
At the National Prayer Breakfast, President Trump attacked Democrats and Sen. Mitt Romney for voting to remove him from office during his impeachment trial.
Sen. Mitt Romney’s dramatic speech on Wednesday announcing he would vote to convict President Trump for abuse of power is the latest salvo in a contentious relationship between the two Republican politicians, and will certainly not be the last.
In a vote that was predictable but momentous, President Trump was acquitted by the Senate on the charges contained in two articles of impeachment, related to abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Sen. Mitt Romney announced Wednesday that he will vote to convict President Trump for abuse of power, one of two articles of impeachment brought by House Democrats.
Sen. Joe Manchin said Monday that he was crafting a resolution to censure President Trump over his attempts to solicit the announcement of an investigation of his political rival.
Calling President Trump an “ongoing threat” to American democracy, Democratic prosecutors from the House of Representatives made their final plea to the Senate, which will vote either to convict or to acquit Trump on Wednesday.
The impeachment process is nearly finished. Did Democrats succeed in their goal to paint President Trump as corrupt, or has their investigation backfired?
Allies of Sen. Bernie Sanders railed against a Democratic National Committee rules change that was announced on Friday and framed it as an attempt to boost billionaire presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg.
The U.S. Senate on Friday rejected by a slim margin calling witnesses to the impeachment trial of President Trump, setting up a final vote to end the proceedings.
This is how impeachment ends, on a sunless Friday in January, with underwear foisted to U.S. senators as they passed by in their tinted-window SUVs.
House impeachment manager Adam Schiff called out President Trump's defense team lawyer Pat Cipollone Friday, saying he was “in the loop” in the effort to persuade Ukrainian officials to dig up dirt on former Vice President Joe Biden.
The Democrats' demand to call witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial of President Trump evidently failed Friday.
There are a few things we know about the final stage of the Senate impeachment trial that begins Friday afternoon, but there are still quite a few things that are unclear about how things will go down. The Senate will hear up to four hours of debate from President Trump’s lawyers and from the Democratic House impeachment managers, starting just after 1 p.m., on whether to call witnesses. And then there will be a vote on whether to consider witnesses, probably around 5 p.m.
Four days before the Democratic presidential candidates will compete in the Iowa caucuses, and with the U.S. Senate debating in Washington whether to remove him from office, Trump stormed into the Hawkeye state to try to create headlines of his own.
House impeachment manager Adam Schiff on Thursday sharply criticized the legal theory used by attorney Alan Dershowitz to defend President Trump’s pressure campaign on Ukraine, calling it ‘constitutional madness.’
“This metastasizing debt crisis has had tremendous social costs. An entire generation has been set back.”
“It is not the government’s job to step in and rescue those who took on more debt than their future incomes would support.”
“Many student-borrowers need relief, but well-off borrowers who are thriving — thanks to their college degrees — do not.”
“It will stimulate the lagging economy. And though not everyone will directly benefit, the country as a whole will improve.”
“Canceling student debt would cost billions of dollars each year and would exacerbate, not lessen, economic inequalities.”