Democrats must present real proof if they expect Republicans to join their relentless anti-Trump wild-goose chase.
Democrats and Republicans are tangling over where the clock starts on impeachment. Here’s a guide about what happened in the case of Nixon and Clinton.
Even if the two most recent impeachment proceedings offer instructive clues about the path ahead, there are notable differences in the case surrounding Donald Trump.
Republicans say the process approved Thursday is a "sham" and "unconstitutional." But Democrats say it's very similar to what was in place during previous administrations.
President Trump likened his potential impeachment Friday to abuses in the criminal justice system against minorities, telling an audience at a historically black college in South Carolina that injustice also occurs "in some pretty high places." "We'll never let up on our efforts to ensure that our justice system is
Here's how it played out in 1973 and 1998-1999, and what it could tell us about the impact for the Trump presidency.
President Donald Trump's impeachment hearing went public on Wednesday, and it's a foreign landscape compared to the two presidents who went before him.
Why are House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and her fellow Democrats so against following historical practices in their impeachment inquiry regarding President Donald Trump? And why—with their resolution
A look back at then and now.
After a century without impeachments, now there’s one every generation.
McConnell warned Trump that senators like Mitt Romney, who he called a "pompous ass," will soon be jurors at his impeachment trial.