As Donald Trump's second impeachment gets underway today, here's how the trial is expected to unfold
The first public clash between the president’s legal team and the impeachment managers will be over the question of whether the trial is legitimate under the Constitution
"No more days of angry tweets," late-night talk show host James Corden marked the last day of Donald Trump's presidency with a spoof of Les Miserables' song
US Inauguration Day 2021: Amanda Gorman, youngest inaugural poet, to recite verses written after Capitol attack
At 22, Amanda Gorman joins a small group of poets who have been recruited to help mark a presidential inauguration, including Robert Frost, Maya Angelou, Miller Williams, Elizabeth Alexander and Richard Blanco.
‘Violence is never the answer’: In farewell video, Melania Trump says be passionate, don’t lose sight of integrity
Donald Trump and the First Lady Melania have not invited Joe Biden and his wife for the traditional tea visit in the Oval Office, and will not attend the presidential inauguration
Participants in Joe Biden's inauguration rehearsal evacuated from Capitol after fire in homeless encampment
Four law enforcement officials told The Associated Press there had been a blaze several blocks over and the rehearsal was evacuated in an abundance of caution
US Congress set for tumultuous session; COVID-19, certifying Joe Biden's election to dominate proceedings
A dozen Republicans bound for the new Senate, and even more in the House, have vowed to become a resistance force to the incoming president, starting with efforts to subvert the will of American voters on 6 January
Joe Biden, Kamala Harris to take oath outside Capitol amid ‘extremely limited footprint, reimagined parade’
With Washington's main convention center now a COVID-19 hospital, it is unclear whether events, such as inaugural balls or luncheon with members of Congress, will happen this time
Congressional Democrats name four witnesses to testify at public hearing of Donald Trump's impeachment inquiry
The Judiciary panel is also expected to receive a report this week from the House Intelligence Committee laying out the Democratic case for Trump's impeachment
Cuba passed a new electoral law that restructures governance including creating the role of prime minister while retaining the one-party system. The law, which enacts changes already announced in the new constitution and was passed unanimously by the national assembly.
Donald Trump issues high stakes dare to Democrats, plans to deliver State of the Union next week 'on location'
US President Donald Trump said Wednesday he intends to deliver his State of the Union speech to a joint session of Congress next week, dismissing House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's argument that adequate security can't be provided during the partial government shutdown.
John McCain dies at 81: Former presidents George W Bush, Barack Obama among expected speakers at US senator's funeral
Presidents past and present joined members of Congress from both parties and world leaders in mourning Senator John McCain and praising him for a lifetime of service and accomplishments.
The US House of Representatives has passed a stopgap spending bill to fund the government through late March.
President Donald Trump signed proclamations Monday to significantly shrink two large national monuments in Utah after his administration reviewed sites nationwide
Applause and whoops greeted Senator John McCain, who is battling brain cancer, as he returned to the Capitol today to vote.
Twitter's official POTUS and FLOTUS handles on Friday changed their profile images to President Donald Trump and First Lady Melania Trump. But Trump's @POTUS handle briefly had a banner photo from Barack Obama's 2009 inauguration.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s speech at the joint session of US congress was a remarkable success for the immense confidence he exuded in his exposition.
The U.S. Capitol complex was set to return to normal Tuesday, a day after police say officers shot and wounded a man who pulled a weapon at a security checkpoint as he entered the underground Capitol Visitor Center.
The dancers were targeting a law from the 1960s that levies a tax on businesses that offer attendees the "opportunity" to dance. Cover charges and tickets for movies, plays and concerts are exempt from that tax.