Prosecutors at Donald Trump's impeachment trial played an audio of Pelosi's staffers whispering for help as the mob tried to break down a door to her office
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
Republican lawmakers signaled over the weekend that Democrats may struggle to secure Trump's conviction over the storming of the US Capitol earlier this month
That afternoon both the House and the Senate were in session when the mob fought its way past Capitol Police officers and forced their way into the building
Joe Biden unveils $1.9-trillion coronavirus plan to speed up vaccines, mitigate pandemic’s economic impact
The plan also provides $50 billion to expand testing, while around $130 billion will be allocated to help schools reopen without risking further contagion
Congressman Jamie Raskin, who lost his son to suicide 2 weeks ago, leads effort to impeach Donald Trump
Speaker Nancy Pelosi named the Maryland Democrat lead manager of the House team that will present testimony during Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate
US Congress races to oust Donald Trump; impeachment move 'causing anger' in America, claims president
Already scheduled to leave office next week, Trump is on the verge of becoming the only president in history to be impeached twice
'I do not believe that such a course of action is in the best interest of our nation or consistent with our Constitution,' Pence said
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
Democrats have charged the outgoing US president with 'incitement of insurrection' over his role in Wednesday's storming of the US Capitol
'In protecting our Constitution and our democracy, we will act with urgency, because this president represents an imminent threat to both,' Pelosi said
The Global Times described the storming of the Capitol using a Chinese term referring to a ruler’s subordinates coming to his rescue when his authority is threatened
Hours after US Capitol breach, Congress formally certifies Biden's election win; Trump pledges 'orderly transition'
Defying Donald Trump’s claims that the Vice-President can reject electoral votes, Mike Pence said the Constitution does not give him ‘unilateral authority’ to decide which votes should be counted
US Capitol siege: Donald Trump supporters occupy Congress, vandalise Nancy Pelosi's office; at least four dead in riots
The pro-Trump mob took over the presiding officer's chair in the Senate, the offices of the House speaker and the Senate dais, where one yelled, 'Trump won that election'
Nancy Pelosi re-elected as Speaker of US House of Representatives, narrowly beats Republican Kevin McCarthy
Setting up her priorities for the 117th Congress, Pelosi said that this is the time for the nation to heal, given the sufferings due to the coronavirus pandemic
Mitch McConnell, Nancy Pelosi's homes vandalised after US Congress fails to approve $2,000 stimulus checks
At Pelosi's home in San Francisco, someone spray-painted graffiti and left a pig’s head and fake blood on New Year’s Day, while profanity directed at McConnell was painted under his mailbox
Trump lashed out on Twitter, saying the Senate missed an opportunity to eliminate protections for social media platforms that give 'unlimited power to Big Tech companies'
The pardon is part of a broader effort by Trump to undo the results of a Russia investigation that shadowed his administration and yielded criminal charges against a half-dozen associates
Donald Trump stops talks with Democrats on coronavirus stimulus, accuses Nancy Pelosi of not ‘negotiating in good faith’
The US president claimed that the ‘best is yet to come’ for the economy, adding that stocks are recovering and jobs are coming back in record numbers
Take a moment and think about how the race for president was placed in October 2016. And recognise the faint echoes of 2020.