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Aide Confirms Trump Asked About Ukraine Investigation, Delivering Blow to GOP Defense
The testimony by David Holmes appears to contradict what Gordon Sondland told lawmakers on several key points.
Trump adviser Roger Stone, self-proclaimed 'dirty trickster,' guilty on all charges
President Donald Trump's longtime adviser Roger Stone was convicted on all charges on Friday by a federal court jury that found the veteran Republican operative and self-proclaimed "dirty trickster"
Watch live: Ex-ambassador says Trump comments "sounded like a threat"
Marie Yovanovitch was abruptly removed from her post as ambassador to Ukraine in May
Michael Bloomberg to launch $100 million digital anti-Trump campaign
Michael Bloomberg, the billionaire media mogul who continues to weigh a run for the Democratic nomination for president, will launch a $100 million online ad campaign targeting Republican President
Trump asks Supreme Court to stop release of his tax returns
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that Trump's tax returns can be turned over to state criminal investigators
UK braced for influx of jihadis from Turkey as Ankara announces deportation of Briton held for a year
Impeachment Is Not a Fair Fight, and on Day One It Showed
There’s only so much Republicans can do when Democrats have all the evidence they need.
Trump impeachment probe goes public as political drama mounts
(This Nov 13 story corrects date for April Trump-Zelenskiy call to April 21 from April 12 in 9th paragraph.)
Emails Show Trump Officials Consulted With GOP Strategist On Citizenship Question
The House Oversight Committee released communications involving Thomas Hofeller, who previously concluded that including the change to the census would ultimately benefit Republicans.