House Democrats are poised to unveil two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump over his actions in the Ukraine matter, with an announcement expected early Tuesday.
Lawyers for both parties laid out the case for and against impeaching President Trump during Monday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing.
The Russia probe report found no evidence of political bias, despite performance failures, per a summary obtained by The Associated Press.
(AP) -- House Democrats have reached a tentative agreement with labor leaders and the White House over a rewrite of the U.S.-Mexico-Canada trade deal that has been a top priority for President Donald Trump.
A Trump supporter interrupted the House Judiciary Committee hearings Monday, calling for an end to the "impeachment scam" and that "Trump is innocent."
House Democrats have issued a lengthy report drawing on history and the Founding Fathers to lay out the legal argument over the case against President Trump's actions toward Ukraine.
A breakdown of what articles of impeachment entail, how the process works and what the articles might say.
House Democrats are bringing the impeachment focus back to Russia as they draft formal charges against President Trump.
President Donald Trump is facing ample push-back from the Judiciary branch, where black-robed judges who sit in courtrooms just blocks from the Capitol and in New York City have repudiated his view of executive power.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is promising to invest $150 billion to bring high-speed internet to “every household in America” while breaking up and better regulating monopolies he says currently limit access to drive up their profits.
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden blasted a man at an Iowa town hall as a “damn liar” Thursday -- and challenged him to a push-up contest -- after he accused the 77-year-old former vice president of being "too old" and took a swipe at son Hunter's role on the board of a controversial Ukrainian natural gas firm.
Democratic presidential contender Michael Bloomberg unveiled a gun control policy on Thursday calling for a ban on all assault weapons, mandatory permits for gun purchasers and more.
Andriy Kobolyev met voluntarily with representatives of the Justice Department, according lawyer Lanny Breuer, who represents the chief executive officer of Naftogaz, Ukraine's biggest natural gas provider.
North Korea says the Trump administration is running out of time to salvage nuclear negotiations, and that it’s entirely up to the U.S. to choose what "Christmas gift" it wants.
Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter was discharged from the hospital after being treated for a urinary tract infection.
President Donald Trump on Wednesday dismissed the significance of repeated contacts between his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani and phone numbers linked to the White House and its budget office — contacts that were revealed in the House intelligence committee’s impeachment report.
A legal expert and law professor at Stanford called out Republican Rep. Doug Collins when he said the experts did not care about facts during the latest impeachment inquiry hearing.
A federal appeals court has ruled that Congress can see President Trump's banking records for investigations into possible foreign influence in U.S. politics or other misdeeds.
The Trump administration announced Wednesday that it is tightening work requirements for the federal food stamp program, which could affect hundreds of thousands of people.
After video surfaced of world's leaders at the NATO summit appearing to laugh at his expense, President Trump called Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau "two-faced."