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
Donald Trump 'unequivocally' condemns US Capitol violence in subdued message hours after impeachment
Trump kept out of sight in White House as impeachment proceedings played out at the US Capitol. There, the damage from last week’s riots provided a reminder of the insurrection that Trump was accused of inciting
Pursuit of moral clarity always leads to flurries of whataboutism and bothsidesism. But we can accept that the world is nuanced and inconsistent without giving up a moral compass
While the House moved with remarkable speed to impeach Trump, a Senate trial to determine whether to remove him cannot begin until 19 January, his final full day in office
As expected, Republicans objected to a resolution calling on Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment, meaning that the House would have to call a full vote on the measure
Oxford Languages' 2020 Word of the Year: An unprecedented choice that highlights linguistic effect of COVID-19 on English
The 2020 report does highlight some zippy new coinages, like 'Blursday' (which captures the way the week blends together), 'covidiots' (you know who you are) and 'doomscrolling' (who, me?). But mostly, it underlines how the pandemic has utterly dominated public conversation, and given us a new collective vocabulary almost overnight.
Democratic rivals jostle for advantage as coding issue causes delay in Iowa caucus results; Trump calls it 'unmitigated disaster'
The Iowa Democratic Party will begin to release results from Monday’s caucuses at 5 p.m. Eastern time Tuesday, the party chairman, Troy Price, told the Democratic presidential campaigns in a conference call.
Donald Trump lawyer's impeachment argument stokes fears of 'normalisation of lawlessness' by a president
When a lawyer for President Donald Trump suggested to senators this week that whatever a president does in pursuit of reelection is inherently in the public’s interest, the moment crystallised fears among some of Trump’s critics about creeping presidential autocracy
Donald Trump 'made a religious man out of Vladimir Putin,' jokes Democratic Representative Adam Schiff during impeachment trial
Representative Adam Schiff, recalled how Vladimir Putin in November had said he was relieved that Ukraine, instead of Russia, was now being accused of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Republicans block subpoenas for new proof as US Senate debates norms of trial on Day One; moderates force last-minute reversal in pro-Trump rules
A divided Senate began the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump on Tuesday in utter acrimony, as Republicans blocked Democrats’ efforts to subpoena witnesses and documents related to Ukraine
'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
Donald Trump heads to Florida for Christmas holiday while back in Washington, plans for his speedy impeachment trial remain cloudy
President Donald Trump escaped the chill of Washington and his impeachment on Friday to celebrate Christmas and New Year's in sunny Florida with family and friends
Tulsi Gabbard faces heat in her home state Hawaii for voting a neutral 'Present' on Donald Trump's impeachment
Longshot presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is facing some heat in her heavily Democratic home state of Hawaii for voting "present" on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump
A president impeached and a nation convulsed: US was being torn apart long before House voted on Donald Trump
Is anyone really surprised that President Donald Trump was impeached? His defiant disregard for red lines arguably made him an impeachment waiting to happen.
What's next for Donald Trump? After impeachment by House, here's how Senate trial is expected to play out
Now that the House has voted to impeach President Donald Trump, the matter moves to the Senate for a trial — the third for an American president
Tulsi Gabbard votes a neutral 'Present' on Trump impeachment vote, becomes only Democrat and member of Congress to do so
The presidential candidate positioned herself in the centre as she said she couldn't vote either for or against Trump's impeachment in good conscience
Donald Trump impeached by House for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, faces Senate vote next
The House of Representatives on Wednesday impeached President Donald Trump for obstruction of Congress and abuse of power, making him the third president in history to be charged with committing high crimes and misdemeanors and face removal by the Senate
As US Judiciary Committee opens debate on Donald Trump's articles of impeachment, Republicans and Democrats let fly
The House Judiciary Committee opened debate on Wednesday evening on two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, starting a sombre and deeply partisan confrontation over the Democrats' charges that the president abused his power and obstructed Congress
US House Judiciary Committee likely to consider amendments on two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, hold final vote today
The House Judiciary Committee took the first steps Wednesday evening toward voting on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, beginning a marathon two-day session to consider the historic charges
Donald Trump abused his powers and 'corruptly' solicited election assistance from Ukraine, say articles of impeachment
House Democratic leaders Tuesday formally called for President Donald Trump’s removal from office, asserting that he “ignored and injured the interests of the nation” in two articles of impeachment that charged him with abusing his power and obstructing Congress