The House Judiciary Committee convened its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry on Capitol Hill, where three constitutional scholars testified that they believe President Trump committed impeachable offenses in his dealings with Ukraine.
The first day of testimony in front of the Judiciary Committee included testimony from legal scholars Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt and Jonathan Turley.
Dec. 4 was the first day of public hearings in the House Judiciary Committee for the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. What were the main takeaways? Yahoo News explains.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said that she is asking her colleagues to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump for his “failure to faithfully execute the law” in his dealings with Ukraine.
While defending her call to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi unloaded on a reporter who asked her if she hates him.
Most pundits made two observations after Kamala Harris dropped out of the Democratic primary this week. One, since she was the only candidate of color to crack the top tier in 2019, Harris’s departure would transform the visible ranks of...
Joe Biden defended his son and released a new ad that went after President Trump as he campaigned in Iowa.
Kamala Harris was once considered a frontrunner for the Democratic presidential nomination, but was forced to drop out amid poor polling numbers. What went wrong with her campaign?
WASHINGTON — On the same day Democrats introduced articles of impeachment, Republicans used a major trade deal to further depict the impeachment inquiry as both highly political and largely irrelevant.
Reality Check looks at claims made by the Brexit Party leader in an interview with the BBC's Andrew Neil.
BBC Political editor Laura Kuenssberg sums up the election campaign.
As Britain goes to the polls on Thursday, we speak to three new British citizens, who are voting for the first time in a UK election.
The party leaders will tour the country in the critical final hours before polls open on Thursday.
Attorney General William Barr sharply contradicted the findings of a report by the inspector general on the origins of the Mueller report on the Trump campaign's ties to Russia.
More than six months before the Dec. 6 shooting at a naval base in Pensacola, Fla., where a Saudi gunman used a weapon obtained using a hunting license exemption, the FBI issued a report warning about precisely this loophole.
With Iowa approaching, Warren finds herself in desperate need of a comeback. It’s hard to overstate how precarious her position is.
The parties discuss Brexit, healthcare and the collapse of the assembly during the BBC debate.
The Tories investigate after Labour's Naz Shah makes complaint about Tory candidate's social media.
Nicola Sturgeon, Jackson Carlaw, Richard Leonard and Willie Rennie answered questions from voters.
On Tuesday, Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment for President Trump: for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing to debate and vote on the articles later this week.
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