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By PBS NewsHour
The longest-serving GOP Senate leader in history made his views known in a letter to fellow Republican lawmakers, according to two sources familiar with McConnell’s thinking who spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss his decision.
By Alan Fram, Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Most Republicans appeared unmoved after the House managers concluded their presentation Thursday. Former President Donald Trump’s defense team will make their rebuttal Friday, giving them the final word before senators consider whether to convict the former president.
By Daniel Bush
Democrats spent the second day of the Senate trial laying out in detail the seriousness of the Jan. 6 security breach at the Capitol, where former Vice President Mike Pence and lawmakers narrowly escaped coming face-to-face with rioters intent on…
The Senate voted Tuesday 56-44 to proceed with the trial against Trump on the House charge that he incited the insurrection at the Capitol on Jan. 6. Six Republicans joined all 50 Democrats in voting to move forward with the…
Former President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial begins on Tuesday, with Democrats, who have 50 seats in addition to VP Harris’s vote, gearing up to convict him of inciting the Capitol insurrection. Meanwhile, President Biden is focusing on his $1.9 trillion…
It is the eve of the final day of President Trump’s Senate impeachment trial. Senators are scheduled to vote Wednesday whether to convict Trump of the two impeachment charges brought against him: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Although…
The White House legal team and House managers Thursday concluded two days of answering questions from senators in the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump. Here are key takeaways from their arguments.
If the Senate extends the impeachment trial in order to hear from witnesses, it could hinder Senate Democrats running for president ahead of the nation’s first 2020 nominating contest in Iowa on Monday.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers mostly ignored reports of incendiary assertions made by former national security adviser John Bolton, potentially a key figure in reconstructing what happened behind the scenes.
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