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Trump Nemesis Schiff Draws Praise for Impeachment Performance

Trump Nemesis Schiff Draws Praise for Impeachment Performance

Donald Trump is on trial in the Senate, but the week was dominated by the dogged prosecutor-turned-lawmaker he routinely derides as “shifty Schiff.”
House Panel Cites Trump Team in McGahn Case: Impeachment Update

House Panel Cites Trump Team in McGahn Case: Impeachment Update

House managers, led by Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff, presented their case for removing Donald Trump from office for a second day Thursday in the president’s Senate impeachment trial.
Trump’s Defense Is Confident in Acquittal: Impeachment Update

Trump’s Defense Is Confident in Acquittal: Impeachment Update

President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial entered its second day Wednesday as House managers began presenting their case to the Senate.
McConnell Plans Tighter Timeline in Trump Impeachment Trial

McConnell Plans Tighter Timeline in Trump Impeachment Trial

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell plans to give House impeachment managers just two days to prosecute their case against President Donald Trump -- a move that accelerates the timetable for a
Trump’s Defense a Work in Progress; Pelosi Sets Wednesday Vote

Trump’s Defense a Work in Progress; Pelosi Sets Wednesday Vote

The House will vote Wednesday to send articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate for a trial that’s expected to begin early next week, but the president has yet to settle on either his
Sekulow to Join Trump Trial Defense Team: Impeachment Update

Sekulow to Join Trump Trial Defense Team: Impeachment Update

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is continuing to delay in sending two impeachment articles against President Donald Trump to the Senate for a trial.
New U.S. Sanctions Most Likely to Hit Metals Sector: Iran Update

New U.S. Sanctions Most Likely to Hit Metals Sector: Iran Update

Iran on Wednesday fired missiles at airbases jointly used by the U.S. and Iraq in retaliation for the killing of General Qassem Soleimani, roiling financial markets and disrupting air traffic but
Nadler Says Without Impeachment, Trump May ‘Rig’ 2020 Vote

Nadler Says Without Impeachment, Trump May ‘Rig’ 2020 Vote

Democrats on Sunday began making their final arguments for the speedy impeachment of President Donald Trump with a simple refrain: Nothing less than the integrity of the upcoming 2020 presidential
Leading Democrat Says Impeachment Poses Risk for Elections

Leading Democrat Says Impeachment Poses Risk for Elections

A top Democratic lawmaker says the potential impeachment of Donald Trump poses political risks to his party, at a time surveys shows nearly half of Americans -- but few Republicans -- support the

Trump Impeachment Vote to Open Intense Public Phase of Inquiry

House Democrats hold a historic vote on Thursday to kick off the public phase of an inquiry of President Donald Trump that moves significantly closer to a vote to impeach him.
NSC Aide Resigns a Day Before Testimony: Impeachment Update

NSC Aide Resigns a Day Before Testimony: Impeachment Update

Three House committees are scheduled to hear Wednesday from State Department Ukraine specialists Catherine Croft and Christopher Anderson.
Mueller Sets Up Airing of Trump Probe With Risks for Both Sides

Mueller Sets Up Airing of Trump Probe With Risks for Both Sides

Special Counsel Robert Mueller agreed to testify publicly before two House panels, setting up a dramatic hearing that promises to reinvigorate the national debate over his findings on Russian election
House Panel Votes to Hold Barr, Ross in Contempt of Congress

House Panel Votes to Hold Barr, Ross in Contempt of Congress

A House panel voted to hold Attorney General William Barr and Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross in contempt of Congress for withholding documents on plans to add a citizenship question to the 2020
Democrats Hold Out on USMCA as Trump Walks Back Mexico Tariffs

Democrats Hold Out on USMCA as Trump Walks Back Mexico Tariffs

President Donald Trump’s decision not to impose tariffs on Mexico removed one obstacle for Congress to approve his North American trade deal, but his administration has more work to do to smooth the
FBI Fires Agent Peter Strzok, Whose Anti-Trump Texts Sparked an Uproar

FBI Fires Agent Peter Strzok, Whose Anti-Trump Texts Sparked an Uproar

The FBI has fired agent Peter Strzok, whose anti-Trump text messages fueled controversy over the investigation into Russia’s election interference, a move that President Donald Trump quickly
Trump Calls on Sessions to Stop Mueller’s Russia Probe

Trump Calls on Sessions to Stop Mueller’s Russia Probe

Donald Trump called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to halt Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 election, ramping up his attacks on the probe as the
Jim Jordan Is Making a Bid to Succeed Paul Ryan as House Speaker

Jim Jordan Is Making a Bid to Succeed Paul Ryan as House Speaker

Representative Jim Jordan of Ohio, a founding member of the conservative House Freedom Caucus, said Thursday he’s making a bid to succeed Paul Ryan as the chamber’s GOP leader, potentially exposing
Rosenstein Still Standing Despite Conservative Push to Impeach

Rosenstein Still Standing Despite Conservative Push to Impeach

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has outlasted months of threats of impeachment or other punitive action by some of President Donald Trump’s most loyal allies in the U.S. House, leading some
Conservatives Push to Impeach Rosenstein as DOJ Defends Actions

Conservatives Push to Impeach Rosenstein as DOJ Defends Actions

Several House conservatives escalated their longstanding threat to impeach Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on grounds that demands for documents about sensitive investigations have been
McConnell Warns Russia Against Meddling, Floats New Sanctions

McConnell Warns Russia Against Meddling, Floats New Sanctions

Amid a bipartisan uproar over President Donald Trump’s praise of Vladimir Putin, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell warned Russia against meddling again in U.S. elections and said his chamber