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- Trump impeachment FAQ: What you need to know
- AOC explains why she won't go on Fox News: 'Unmitigated racism'
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., lashed out at Fox News hours after host Tucker Carlson and a guest had criticized her climate policy proposals, while suggesting her district is “dirty” due to its immigrant population.
- Are Dems bungling their impeachment strategy?
Democrats unveiled articles of impeachment against President Trump shortly before partnering with him to reach a trade deal. Are they undermining their own strategy by working against and with the president at the same time?
- Republicans use trade deal to bolster argument against impeachment
- Elizabeth Warren needs a comeback. Does she have a plan for that?
- FBI warned six months ago about loophole Pensacola shooter used to obtain a gun
More than six months before the Dec. 6 shooting at a naval base in Pensacola, Fla., where a Saudi gunman used a weapon obtained using a hunting license exemption, the FBI issued a report warning about precisely this loophole.
- Barr contradicts his own inspector general: Trump campaign 'was clearly spied upon'
- Democratic congressman says 'it will not end if the Senate does not convict'
Green subsequently introduced articles of impeachment three times for what he described as Trump’s “infusion of bigotry into policy.” On Dec. 4, Green sent a memo to other House members urging them to include Trump’s “racism” in the articles of impeachment.
- What's ahead in impeachment: Debate, then a vote next week
The House Judiciary Committee will meet Wednesday evening and then Thursday to debate the two articles of impeachment that were announced on Tuesday. It will be a lengthy and contentious final meeting of the committee on the impeachment issue.
- Do we need an Equal Rights Amendment?
The Equal Rights Amendment, which would outlaw discrimination based on sex, is on the brink of being ratified by enough states to be added to the Constitution. Is it still needed today, several decades after it first passed through Congress?
- Read the articles of impeachment against President Trump
- 'He endangers the Constitution': Democrats unveil impeachment articles
On Tuesday, Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment for President Trump: for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. The Judiciary Committee will hold a hearing to debate and vote on the articles later this week.
- Trump rips his own FBI director for agreeing with IG report
President Trump on Tuesday lashed out at Christopher Wray after the FBI director agreed with the conclusion of the Justice Department inspector general report that the bureau’s Russia probe was justified and not politically biased.
- Harvard research: Impact of poverty begins in the womb, but it doesn't have to
Scientific evidence shows that the toxic stresses of poverty can affect the brains of babies in the womb — but also that they can be reversed with some radical shifts to our approach to prenatal care. It's the subject of a new mini-documentary from Yahoo News, "Baby Brain."
- Bernie Sanders's hidden strength: AOC, Cardi B — and young Latino Dems
- Inspector general finds 'significant errors or omissions' in Trump adviser surveillance warrant
The long awaited 434-page report finds that FBI’s team conducting Crossfire Hurricane— the code name for the bureau’s investigation into links between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin — improperly relied too heavily on allegations made by Christopher Steele, a former British spy who had been hired by an opposition research firm working for the Hillary Clinton campaign.
- U.S. war in Afghanistan marked by confusion, failure and lies, Pentagon report shows
A trove of documents obtained and published by the Washington Post detail how the United States’ nearly two-decade involvement in Afghanistan wasted billions of dollars, cost nearly 2,400 American lives and implicated three presidential administrations in lies to the public about military progress.
- 'The evidence is overwhelming': Combative hearing moves House closer to impeachment
- Full coverage: Trump impeachment hearings — Day 7
- After Pensacola attack, Pentagon to review screening of foreign officers who train at U.S. bases
- Meet the lawyer at the center of the Trump universe
- GOP lawmaker says 'out-of-the-box strategy' could give Trump an 'advantage' in impeachment hearings
- Judge blocks Trump's favorite construction company from building private border wall
A federal judge in McAllen, Texas, has temporarily blocked a plan for a construction firm favored by President Trump to build a privately funded segment of border wall along the banks of the Rio Grande River.
- What articles of impeachment may lie ahead for Trump?
All eyes are on what charges House Democrats plan to bring against President Trump now that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked the House to proceed with drafting articles of impeachment. Democrats displayed a list of impeachable offenses during Wednesday’s House Judiciary Committee hearing — including abuse of power and bribery, obstruction of Congress, and obstruction of justice — that hint at what they intend to draft against Trump.
- New Yahoo News/YouGov poll shows that Democrats have so far failed to seal the deal on impeachment
A majority of registered voters buy Democrats’ central argument for impeachment, but Americans remain too polarized and uncertain about key details to back Trump’s removal from office in the kind of numbers that could create real momentum, a new poll shows.
- Nikki Haley claims Dylann Roof 'hijacked' the 'heritage' of the Confederate flag in church massacre
Nikki Haley, the former U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, said that white supremacist Dylann Roof “hijacked” the Confederate flag by carrying out a mass killing of African-Americans in a Charleston, S.C., church in 2015.
- If Bernie Sanders is stuck in D.C. for an impeachment trial, AOC could campaign for him
A prolonged impeachment trial in the Senate would sideline as many as five Democratic presidential hopefuls in the run-up to the first votes in the 2020 race. Rep. Ocasio-Cortez could play a key role for the Vermont senator.
- A dozen senators, not Trump, will decide who testifies in Senate impeachment trial
- 'He'd do it again': Former Obama official says Trump must be impeached
Former acting Solicitor General Neal Katyal, the author of the new bestseller “Impeach: The Case Against Donald Trump,” believes the GOP notion that Congress can responsibly let voters decide if President Trump’s conduct is impeachable at the ballot box “makes no sense.”
- Republican who 'wanted to destroy' Bill Clinton during 1998 impeachment has regrets
- Why did the Kamala Harris campaign fail?
- Biden shows his tough side in Iowa and in attack ad: 'You're a dаmn liar'
- Kamala Harris goes on the veep shortlist — even Biden's
Most pundits made two observations after Kamala Harris dropped out of the Democratic primary this week. One, since she was the only candidate of color to crack the top tier in 2019, Harris’s departure would transform the visible ranks of what had once been the most diverse presidential primary field into an all-white affair. And two, she could be a really good running mate for whoever winds up winning the nomination.
- Mueller witness bragged about access to Clintons secured with illegal campaign cash, says Justice Department
An emissary for two Arab princes boasted to unnamed officials of a Middle Eastern government about his direct access to Hillary and Bill Clinton while funneling more than $3.5 million in illegal campaign contributions to the 2016 Clinton campaign and Democratic fundraising committees, according to a federal indictment.
- Pelosi warns reporter: 'Don't mess with me' about 'hate' for Trump
- 'The president leaves us no choice but to act': Pelosi asks House to pursue articles of impeachment
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday said that she is asking her colleagues to pursue articles of impeachment against President Trump for his “failure to faithfully execute the law” in his dealings with Ukraine.
- Impeachment Explained: Key takeaways from day 1 of House Judiciary Committee hearings
- Trump impeachment hearings: 4 takeaways from Day 6 of public testimony
- Boredom, not public persuasion, is the goal in Judiciary phase of impeachment
- Energized by impeachment report, Democrats ponder how to pry answers from White House
“If you were subpoenaed — and the courts are backing us up on this — you show up. And if you don’t show up there has to be consequences," said Rep. Jim Himes, a lead investigator in the impeachment probe.
- By 3 to 1, legal scholars call for Trump impeachment at first Judiciary hearing
The affair was predictably partisan, with Democrats portraying themselves as carrying out a grim constitutional duty. “This is not a proceeding I was looking forward to,” said Rep. Zoe Lofgren, D-Calif.
- Democrats face prospect of no black candidates on December debate stage
- Is NATO falling apart?
- Stanford law professor lights up House impeachment hearing
- Democrats set to move 'swiftly' to impeach Trump, likely by end of month
Democrats said they will hold at least one more impeachment hearing in the House Judiciary Committee after Wednesday’s panel of legal witnesses. But it appeared likely there will be only two more hearings, and then a vote to send articles of impeachment to the full House.
- In fiery memo, Dem lawmaker urges Congress to include Trump’s 'racism' in articles of impeachment
Rep. Al Green, the first member of Congress who called for President Trump to be impeached sent a memo Wednesday to House members urging them to incorporate concerns about Trump’s “racism” into the ongoing impeachment inquiry.
- State Department pressured to turn over impeachment documents from potential Giuliani-Pompeo call
A new document request includes any notes pertaining to a potential Sept. 11 call between Rudy Giuliani and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. The date of the purported call is significant because on that same day, the Trump administration released $250 million in aid to Ukraine.
- 'He's two-faced': Trump, mad at Trudeau, says he's leaving NATO summit early
President Trump on Wednesday offered a blunt response to Justin Trudeau after video surfaced of the Canadian prime minister apparently mocking him during a conversation with other world leaders at the NATO summit in London.
- What happens if Trump loses in 2020 — and refuses to leave?
- Full coverage: Trump impeachment hearings move to the House Judiciary Committee
The House Judiciary Committee convened its first hearing in the impeachment inquiry on Capitol Hill, where three constitutional scholars testified that they believe President Trump committed impeachable offenses in his dealings with Ukraine.