House Democrats are discussing at least three articles of impeachment and they could go beyond Ukraine to include obstruction of Congress and the Mueller investigation.
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Wednesday said the Senate cannot dismiss the articles of impeachment against President Trump.
Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), an adviser to Senate Republican leadership, says there are not enough votes in the Senate to immediately dismiss any articles of impeachment passed by the House against President Trump.R
The outlet published a feature on Black models titled, "Black is back."
As controversy over President Donald Trump’s call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy continues, Wikipedia editors likewise continue their efforts to slant related articles in favor of Democrat talking points. This has included falsely labeling allegations of Ukrainian meddling in the 2016 election in favor of the Democrats as "conspiracy theories" and claiming as fact that Trump used military aid as part of a "quid pro quo" with Ukraine.
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Democrats are discussing the scope and scale of potential articles of impeachment into President Donald Trump, lawmakers and aides tell CNN.
A federal judge has thrown out a Baltimore lawyer’s lawsuit accusing the Southern Poverty Law Center of defaming him in an article and a “hate map” that tied him to a neo-Nazi group
The charges that did in President Nixon should apply, and the House may want to add two more: one for the egregious Ukraine scandal and an "omnibus" article to capture the daunting whole of this corrupt presidency.
Varney discusses a recent article published in the New York Times titled "The many ways that Joe Biden trips over his own tongue." In it, the writer outlines a series of gaffes made by 2020 Democratic candidate, which have lead many to question his fitness for office.
A federal judge on Wednesday threw out a Baltimore attorney’s lawsuit accusing the Southern Poverty Law Center of defaming him in an article and a “hate map” that tied him to a neo-Nazi group. The First Amendment protects the law center’s publications about attorney Glen K. Allen in 2016, U.S