Congress is racing toward Monday's deadline for a House vote on the first part of Biden's plan — a $1 trillion public works measure — which now also serves as a deadline for producing a compromise framework for the broader package.
The Democratic House impeachment managers are expected to broadly assert that a president can be put on trial for offences committed in office, no matter when the trial is held
White House, Democrats at odds on virus aid as Republicans struggle to roll out $1 trillion coronavirus relief package
With the virus toll climbing, both parties are eager for a deal. There is widespread agreement that more money is needed for testing, to help schools re-open in the fall and to shore up businesses.
Statements on coronavirus show Donald Trump can't handle the truth and neither can America's right-wingers
Over the weekend, Donald Trump once again declared that the coronavirus is perfectly under control, that any impressions to the contrary are due to the “Fake News Media” out to get him
For years, experts have warned that Donald Trump has been squandering the credibility he could need in a moment of national emergency, like a terrorist attack or a public health crisis
The White House and Senate Republicans worked aggressively on Wednesday to discount damaging revelations from John R Bolton and line up the votes to block new witnesses from testifying in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, in a push to bring the proceeding to a swift close
Democrats seek to play up Donald Trump's impeachment ahead of polls, but Nancy Pelosi's delay tests public opinion
Democrats know they don't have the votes to convict President Donald Trump when the Senate convenes as the Court of Impeachment. But they are pursuing the case in the court of public opinion.
Nancy Pelosi says she will 'soon' submit articles of impeachment against Donald Trump to Senate after facing pressure for delaying trial
Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will "soon'' transmit the articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, signalling a potential thaw in the standoff with Senate Republicans as she warned against rushing to an acquittal without a fair trial
Ex-NSA John Bolton willing to testify in Donald Trump impeachment trial; pressure builds for witnesses
John Bolton, the former White House national security advisor, said on Monday that he was willing to testify at President Donald Trump's impeachment trial, putting new pressure on Republicans to call witnesses and raising the possibility of revelations as the Senate weighs Trump's removal
Donald Trump impeachment: With fresh evidence in hand, Chuck Schumer demands more emails and documents
Senator Chuck Schumer said on Monday that newly-released emails showing that military aid to Ukraine was suspended 90 minutes after President Donald Trump demanded "a favour" from Ukraine's president were "explosive"
'It's so unfair’: Donald Trump complains about Nancy Pelosi’s delay in sending impeachment articles to Senate
'It's so unfair', Trump said, days after he was impeached by the House, as he spoke at a conservative student conference organized by the group Turning Point USA
Before impeachment vote in House, Donald Trump sends rambling 6-page letter to Nancy Pelosi condemning 'attempted coup'
President Donald Trump on Tuesday angrily denounced the looming House vote to impeach him as a “Star Chamber of partisan persecution” by Democrats, describing the effort to remove him from office as an “attempted coup” that would come back to haunt them at the ballot box next year
Concerns were mainly due to the allegations of censorship and data insecurity at TikTok.
NBA backs free speech after furore over Hong Kong pro-democracy tweet by Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey
The NBA initially put out statements that senior US politicians slammed as bowing to China for financial reasons. But NBA Commissioner Adam Silver insisted his organisation supported the right of Rockets general manager Daryl Morey to express his opinions.
On back foot, Democrats demand release of full Mueller report on Russian interference in 2016 polls, says doesn't exonerate Donald Trump
Top congressional Democrats said Sunday it was "urgent" that the full report on Russian interference in the 2016 US election be publicly released, stressing it does not exonerate Donald Trump.
In huge blow to Donald Trump, Republican controlled US Senate has enough votes to reject emergency declaration over border wall funding
US Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell acknowledged Monday that opponents of President Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the U.S.-Mexico border have enough votes in the Republican-led Senate to prevail on a resolution aimed at blocking the move.
US Coast Guard officer Christopher Paul Hasson, with target list of Democratic leaders and media figures, held for mass murder plot
Christopher Paul Hasson, 49, an admirer of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Breivik, was arrested last week and a powerful arsenal seized from his home in a Washington suburb, according to court documents unsealed on Wednesday
Donald Trump caves in, says will reopen US Govt till 15 February and he doesn't get any money for border wall
US president Donald Trump who dragged 800,000 government workers through a 35 day shutdown and bragged that he would not "cave" finally did, re-opening the government for a temporary 3 week period as public opinion against him has risen to an all time high.
US Senate to vote Thursday on two proposals to end shutdown; Chuck Schumer urges Republicans to sign on 'stop-gap' bill
Each proposal would require 60 votes to advance in the 100-member body, a high threshold, given the current level of partisan rancor over who is to blame for the shutdown.
Democrats ask Donald Trump to delay 29 January State of the Union speech till after govt shutdown ends
Shutdown pressure on US president Donald Trump mounted Wednesday as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called on him to delay his Jan. 29 State of the Union address and his own economists acknowledged the prolonged standoff was having a greater economic drag than previously thought.