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Politics Jan 275 moments to watch from day 2 of Trump’s impeachment defense
Today’s defense unfolded in the aftermath of a leak from an unpublished manuscript by former national security adviser John Bolton.
Politics Jan 24In the biggest fight of his life, Trump basks in support at March for Life
Trump rallied a crowd of anti-abortion advocates in a speech at the March for Life rally on the National Mall, becoming the first president to speak at the event.
Politics Jan 235 video moments to watch from the House managers’ second day of oral arguments
House managers on Thursday spent their second day of oral arguments explaining why President Donald Trump’s efforts to pressure Ukraine to look into his political opponents qualify as abuse of power.
Politics Jan 225 video moments to watch from the House managers’ first day of oral arguments
During the House Democrats’ eight-hour presentation, each manager took a turn outlining Trump’s efforts to pressure Ukrainian officials.
Politics Jan 22The impeachment trial rules are set. Here’s what happens next
The Senate approved ground rules for President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial that include unexpected concessions addressing some of the Democrats’ concerns.
Politics Jan 20Who’s arguing the case against Trump? Meet the House managers
Seven House lawmakers will be front and center this week when they make the Democrats’ case for impeachment in the Senate trial of President Donald Trump.
Politics Jan 154 takeaways from January’s Democratic debate
Hanging over Tuesday’s debate was the main question on most Democrat voters’ minds: who is best positioned to beat President Donald Trump in November?…
Politics Jan 13Cory Booker drops out of 2020 presidential race
Democrat Cory Booker has ended his presidential bid after polling and fundraising struggles.
Politics Jan 09Presidential caucuses are complicated. Why do some states use them?
While the vast majority of states hold primary elections, a few use caucuses to show their preferences for candidates.
Politics Jan 07Bernie Sanders on Iran, health care and Democratic electability
As President Trump's decision to kill a prominent Iranian general continues to draw scrutiny, what does Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders, a candidate for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination, think of the move? Sanders joins Judy Woodruff to explain why the…