Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler Thursday accused President Trump of putting his own personal interests above national security and American democracy and charged that Trump is the only president in history to violate his oath of office so flagrantly.
Democratic Sen. Mazie Hirono claimed Thursday that her GOP counterparts are “squirming” in their seats because they’re uncomfortable hearing mounting evidence against President Donald Trump in his impeachment trial.
As Rep. Adam Schiff concluded his lengthy impeachment opening argument Wednesday afternoon, the California Democrat was speaking to plenty of empty chairs in the Senate chamber.
President Trump’s lawyers invoked Rep. Adam Schiff’s name over and over again on Tuesday, accusing him of hiding documents, conducting an unfair impeachment inquiry and fabricating the text of the July 25 phone call between Trump and the president of Ukraine.
House impeachment managers file their opening briefings in their case against President Trump for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
President Trump’s legal team on Saturday issued a full-throttled defense to the articles of impeachment, refuting the substance and process of the charges while accusing House Democrats of engaging in a “dangerous attack” on the right of the American people to freely choose their president.
Liberal lawyer Alan Dershowitz Saturday downplayed his role on President Trump’s impeachment legal team claiming he’s not a full-fledged member, as the White House added another attorney to defend the president.
A reporter’s look inside the Senate chamber on the first day of the impeachment trial of President Trump.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi mocked Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell Thursday for complaining about delays in passing the United States–Mexico–Canada Agreement and impersonated him at her news conference.
The Trump impeachment proceedings are underway in the Senate after House Sergeant-at-Arms Paul Irving led a procession of Democratic “managers” across the Capitol on Thursday afternoon and the upper chamber formally received the articles of impeachment.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has named her seven impeachment managers who will prosecute the case against President Trump in the upcoming Senate trial.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi needled President Trump on Wednesday as she prepared to send articles of impeachment over to the Senate, repeatedly describing the indictment by the House as a permanent stain on his legacy — no matter what happens next.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez insisted she’s a “proud” Democrat despite protesting a Democratic Party arm and withholding $250,000 in “dues” aimed at retaining the House majority.
FBI Director Christopher Wray apologized Friday for the FBI’s mishandling of the President Trump Russa probe surveillance in a rare public court filing and outlined a 12-step reform the bureau is undertaking to prevent future abuses.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has already topped the fundraising charts in her short time in Congress, but the liberal darling won’t donate a cent of her millions to Democrats’ House campaign organization — a position that has rankled some of her colleagues, Fox News has learned.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., said Tuesday he has the votes to start an impeachment trial even without an agreement on potential witnesses – once the chamber receives the articles from the House.
Sen. Elizabeth Warren unveiled a new endorsement this week from comedian Maysoon Zayid, who has been a repeated critic of Israel and of the White House hopeful herself – even calling Warren a “weasel.”
John Bolton praised the killing of Qassem Soleimani and voiced hope it could lead to “regime change” in Iran – a longtime goal of President Trump’s former national security adviser.
Congress faces a lengthy to-do list in the new year, as an already divided Washington heats up amid a potential Senate impeachment trial and the upcoming presidential primary races.
Buttigieg, 37, took blows from both the progressive and moderate sides on the debate stage because unlike other candidates who fit more neatly into an ideological lane, Buttigieg is dangerous because he cuts into everyone’s support.