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Explore our reporting on the impeachment and trial of President Donald Trump.
The Senate voted in a nearly party-line vote to keep the president in office.
After a contentious and highly partisan Senate impeachment trial, President Trump has been acquitted on both impeachment charges brought against him by the House. John Hart of Mars Hill Strategies and Georgetown Law School’s Victoria Nourse join Judy Woodruff to…
WATCH: Trump is acquitted of both articles of impeachment
Romney’s surprise vote is Democrats’ impeachment silver lining
By Daniel Bush
WATCH: Trump slams opponents in speech celebrating his acquittal
4 takeaways from a State of the Union overshadowed by impeachment and the 2020 election
By Associated Press
The Senate rejected a motion to call witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump in a 51 to 49 vote, pushing the trial one step closer to acquittal vote.
4 moments to watch from the impeachment trial debate over witnesses
By Candice Norwood
WATCH: Murkowski says Bolton book revelation ‘weighs in favor’ of calling witnesses
By Lisa Mascaro, Eric Tucker, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
The Senate’s 2020 Democrats want impeachment witnesses. But that would mean skipping Iowa
WATCH: Schiff says Bolton’s testimony is relevant to Trump’s trial
How House managers and Trump's legal team argued their cases
By Gretchen Frazee
By Aamer Madhani, Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
By Meredith Lee
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
By Courtney Vinopal
By Jessica Gresko, Associated Press
President Donald Trump’s legal team hopes to convince Republican senators to vote against having witnesses testify as part of the Senate impeachment trial.
By Yamiche Alcindor, Meredith Lee
In the biggest fight of his life, Trump basks in support at March for Life
By Candice Norwood, Daniel Bush
Who’s arguing the case against Trump? Meet the House managers
Should Trump be removed? Poll shows Americans are divided equally
By Laura Santhanam
See all the new impeachment evidence relating to Lev Parnas
Weeks of contentious debate came to an end with the bang of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s gavel, marking the impeachment of President Donald Trump.
WATCH: Pelosi insists on Senate impeachment trial details before sending charges
Read the full articles of impeachment against Trump
What 4 legal scholars told the House Judiciary Committee about Trump and impeachment
By Nick Schifrin
Impeachment certain, Democrats’ strategy is a gamble for 2020
What we learned from the hearings.
The U.S. ambassador to the European Union implicated much of the US foreign policy leadership in an effort to get Ukraine to say it would investigate President Trump’s political rival, but in the end, the country is left staring at…
Hill dismisses Sondland’s Ukraine work as ‘domestic political errand,’ not foreign policy
First-hand witnesses describe key Trump-Zelensky call on Day 3 of impeachment hearings
Day 2 of the impeachment hearings, and what we learned from Amb. Yovanovitch
What William Taylor and George Kent shared during public impeachment hearings
What current and former government officials told Congress.
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Lisa Mascaro, Nancy Benac, Associated Press
By Yasmeen Alamiri
How top Trump administration figures and the president's personal attorney factor into the inquiry.
The whistleblower complaint that helped spark the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump has a dizzying cast of characters.
How Mick Mulvaney plays into the Ukraine impeachment inquiry saga
How Rudy Giuliani went from ‘America’s mayor’ to Ukraine business broker
By Yamiche Alcindor
Pompeo found Trump’s Ukraine call ‘wholly appropriate’
Why Barr asking foreign leaders for help in probe of U.S. agencies raises concerns
A look back at the origins of the impeachment inquiry.
The whistleblower complaint against President Donald Trump alleges the president sought foreign interference in the 2020 election and that White House officials moved to cover it up.
By Magan Crane
What spurred House Democrats to ramp up impeachment efforts?
By Yamiche Alcindor, Lisa Desjardins
Trump’s conversation with the Ukrainian president, annotated
The legal framework protecting whistleblowers in the U.S.
Why the founders let Congress define impeachment-worthy crimes
How politicians and voters see the inquiry.
This week's impeachment hearings give Democrats more chances to sway public opinion -- unless Americans stick to already rigid partisan lines, according to a new poll from the PBS NewsHour, NPR and Marist.
How both sides are preparing for a packed week of impeachment hearings
‘Yes,’ Trump is involved in a coverup, Biden says
House voting to impeach Trump not a ‘foregone conclusion,’ Pence says
How Republicans see the impeachment inquiry
The geopolitics behind the story.
Ukraine lies at the heart of the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, who has urged the country’s new president to investigate the Biden family. Special correspondent Simon Ostrovsky, who has reported from the country for years, returns there to…
By Simon Ostrovsky
How Ukraine’s involvement in U.S. politics could affect its long war
Ukraine is fighting a war — and an internal battle against corruption
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