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Hunter Biden’s memoir 'Beautiful Things' is equal parts family saga, grief narrative and addict’s howl
President Joe Biden’s son opens up about crack addiction, his romantic relationship with his sister-in-law and the new love that halted his cycle of despair.
The 2020 presidential campaign thrust the Bidens fully into the spotlight with some members causing controversy, but others breaking barriers
William Barr says 'no reason' for special counsel on election fraud, tax investigation into Biden's son
The outgoing attorney-general, in his final press conference on Monday, said the investigation into the president-elect's son's financial dealings was “being handled responsibly and professionally"
Hunter Biden's 'tax affairs' under federal investigation; probe examining Chinese business dealings, says report
The investigation was launched in 2018, a year before Joe Biden announced his candidacy for president, but it isn’t clear which entities might be tied up in the probe
China is one of only three foreign nations — the others are Britain and Ireland — where Trump maintains a bank account, according to an analysis of the president’s tax records
A chaotic and ill-mannered food-fight that lasted 98 minutes left no one with any idea as to whether Joe Biden or Donald Trump was more deserving of being the next president
The US president accused the mainstream media of 'underplaying' the report on Biden and 'keeping quiet about it'
The House has asked for the same documents that the state department turned over for a Senate investigation into Hunter Biden
US attorney-general William Barr issues rare rebuke of Donald Trump, says justice department tweets 'make it impossible to do my job'
William Barr, the country’s top law enforcement officer, said Donald Trump’s criticism of those involved in the case of Roger Stone “make it impossible for me to do my job.”
US Senate rejects witnesses in Donald Trump impeachment trial, clears way for acquittal that is now likely on 5 February
The Senate narrowly rejected Democratic demands to summon witnesses for Donald Trump’s impeachment trial late Friday, all but ensuring Trump's acquittal in just the third trial to threaten a president's removal in US history
After six days of carefully-choreographed oral arguments, President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is about to enter a volatile new phase as senators are allowed to ask whatever they want of House prosecutors and White House lawyers
Rudy Giuliani pursued business interests in Ukraine while pushing for inquiries on Donald Trump's behalf
As Rudy Giuliani waged a public campaign this year to unearth damaging information in Ukraine about President Donald Trump's political rivals, he privately pursued hundreds of thousands of dollars in business from Ukrainian government officials, documents reviewed by The New York Times show
Donald Trump impeachment hearing: Top White House aides term US president's call with Ukraine counterpart improper and unusual
The two led off a pivotal week featuring testimony from nine witnesses in all as the House's impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump accelerates.
Donald Trump says he will 'strongly consider' testifying before Congress in Ukraine impeachment hearing
Donald Trump floated the possibility of him testifying before Congress after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested the president has every opportunity to do s
Speaker Nancy Pelosi invites Donald Trump to testify in front of House in Democratic-led impeachment inquiry
Democratic House Speaker Nancy Pelosi invited President Donald Trump to testify in front of investigators in the House impeachment inquiry ahead of a week that will see several key witnesses appear publicly
Explosive Trump impeachment may ricochet to harm Democrats, unless party gives real proof of corruption by US president
For those just coming in through the door, the impeachment process of Donald Trump rests on the allegation that as President of United States, he used military aid and political pressure to get the Ukrainian Government to provide details of the activities of Hunter Biden, son of his main political rival Joseph Biden
Conflicting reports arise after Donald Trump releases rough transcript of call with Ukraine; document does not reflect White House description of communication
President Donald Trump released the rough transcript Friday of a congratulatory phone call he had with the incoming president of Ukraine, holding it out as evidence he did nothing wrong
Roger Stone, longtime friend of President Donald Trump, found guilty of witness tampering and lying to Congress
Roger Stone was convicted of all seven counts in an indictment that accused him of lying to Congress, tampering with a witness and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the 2016 election.
At 9.03 am on Thursday, 25 July, President Donald Trump picked up the phone in the White House residence and was connected to Volodymyr Zelenskiy, the newly-elected President of Ukraine. Within minutes, two note-takers exchanged troubled looks