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Late-Night Amendment Again Shelved by GOP: Impeachment Update
Donald Trump’s impeachment trial began Tuesday, making him the third president in U.S. history to face possible removal from office by the Senate. He is charged with abusing his office and obstructing
Trump to Mingle With Elites in Davos as Impeachment Trial Opens
Donald Trump is heading back to Davos, poised to hail his economic record as vindication of an “America First” agenda to the world’s elite while lawmakers back home weigh his impeachment.
White House Will Say That Democrats Trying to Overturn 2016
Donald Trump’s legal team says Democrats mounted a “brazen” bid to overturn the 2016 election, echoing the president’s aggressive posture in the first formal White House response to impeachment
Trump Trial to Open With Questions Unanswered on Ukraine ‘Favor’
WASHINGTON, DC - NOVEMBER 21: A portion of a phone transcript is displayed as Fiona Hill, the National Security Council’s former senior director for Europe and Russia, and David Holmes, an official
House Files Brief Arguing for Trump’s Removal From Office
Donald Trump’s attorneys and the House Democrats managing his impeachment trial filed their first formal briefs in the case on Saturday, pursuing familiar arguments aimed more at influencing the
White House Broke the Law in Withholding Aid to Ukraine, Watchdog Says
The White House budget office violated federal law when it withheld about $214 million appropriated by Congress to the Defense Department for security aid to Ukraine, an independent congressional
Donald Trump’s Impeachment Trial Kicks Off With GOP Moderates Under Pressure
Donald Trump’s impeachment moves to the GOP-controlled Senate where the president and Democrats will battle over a small group of Republicans whose votes will determine the course of a trial on
Giuliani Ally Says Trump Lied About What He Knew About Ukraine
Lev Parnas, an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani, accused President Donald Trump of lying for saying that he didn’t know what Parnas and Giuliani were doing in Ukraine.
Senators Prepare for Trump Trial That Could Run Into February
Senators are girding for a lengthy impeachment trial that could leave a cloud over President Donald Trump’s Feb. 4 State of the Union address and disrupt Democratic campaigns for the Iowa caucuses and
U.S. Spy Agencies Tracking Russian Hack of Biden-Linked Burisma
U.S. spy agencies are tracking a Russian hacking attack against a Ukrainian gas company linked to the impeachment of President Donald Trump, including whether it was done to find damaging information
Yovanovitch Lawyer Calls Texts ‘Disturbing’: Impeachment Update
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she’ll send the articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to the Senate this week to begin the president’s trial. Democrats tried to pressure Senate Majority Leader
Iran Protests Turn Violent in Ongoing Anger Over Downed Jet
Conditions boiled over as Iranians gathered for a second night of protests after the government admitted it had mistakenly downed a Ukrainian passenger jet, triggering global outrage as well as
World Leaders Call for Iran’s Cooperation in Probe of Downed Jet
Iran’s accidental downing of a Ukrainian jetliner it said it had mistaken for a cruise missile is drawing calls for its full cooperation in a probe and strong reactions from countries whose citizens
Iran Admits Downing Jetliner, Sparking Global Anger and Protests
Iran said it accidentally shot down a Ukrainian jetliner it mistook for a cruise missile, a dramatic reversal that triggered international condemnation and protests in the streets of Tehran that in
Ukraine Says Missile or Terrorist Responsible for Iran Jet Crash
Ukraine has concluded that either a missile or terrorist act is responsible for the crash of one of its jetliners in Iran.
Russian Foreign Minister to Meet Pompeo in Washington Tuesday
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will host his Russian counterpart in Washington Tuesday for Sergei Lavrov’s first visit to the U.S. capital since a trip in 2017 set off a storm of criticism.
Brussels Edition: Peace in Europe, Green Deal
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Face Time With Putin Gives New Ukraine Leader His Shot at Peace
Ukraine’s president has always seen face-to-face talks with Vladimir Putin as the best chance to end the Kremlin-backed war in his country’s east. This week, he’ll get his first taste.
Ukrainians Are Sick of Trump, Impeachment and Being Talked About
Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelenskiy is getting used to being peppered with questions about Donald Trump.
Ukraine Unlocks $5.5 Billion IMF Loan in Preliminary Accord
Ukraine sealed a preliminary $5.5 billion loan program with the International Monetary Fund, giving President Volodymyr Zelenskiy a boost before peace talks with Russia.