Republicans brought pizza, Chick-fil-A, and their phones into the secure (no-phones-allowed) space Wednesday morning to protest the investigation.
Vice President Mike Pence’s Big Brother Is Sitting In On Congress’s Closed-Door Impeachment Depositions
Republican Rep. Greg Pence, the vice president’s older brother, was elected to Congress last year and serves on one of the committees in charge of the impeachment inquiry.
Two Of Giuliani's Ukraine Associates Pleaded Not Guilty. Here’s How They’re Connected To Impeachment.
Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman were indicted with financial crimes, but they’re also deeply tied to Trump’s impeachment.
Ambassador Bill Taylor Laid Out Trump’s Alleged Quid Pro Quo Request To Ukraine In Congressional Testimony
One Democrat described Tuesday’s testimony from senior US diplomat Bill Taylor as “incredibly damning.”
“Let the public see, because ultimately the public has a right to make a determination as to what they what they think happened."
Donald Trump tweeted the change late Saturday night.
Why is the US president being impeached, and who are all these new people?!
Impeachment Could Mean Most Presidential Candidates Can’t Leave Washington, Or Talk. Sorry, Those Are (Really) The Rules.
“It would be disruptive, that’s all I can tell you,” said former presidential candidate and current senator Mitt Romney, laughing.
Trump’s Acting Chief Of Staff Acknowledged That The White House Withheld Ukrainian Aid So The Country Would Help Investigate Democrats
Mick Mulvaney just said the quiet part loud.
Seven of the reelection campaign’s top days for unique donors came with the launch of the impeachment inquiry.
Democrats Haven’t Pulled Attorney General Barr Into The Impeachment Inquiry, But Trump Keeps Name-Dropping Him
Barr tapped a US attorney to investigate the origins of the Russia investigation. That probe is ongoing, and Barr has asked foreign leaders to cooperate.
Even some of Trump’s closest Republican allies are infuriated over his decision to withdraw US troops from Syria, though they say there’s little they can do.
One Of Rudy Giuliani’s Indicted Associates Was Tweeting About Joe Biden And Ukraine Days After Trump’s Inauguration
“I have a feeling that chapter isn’t closed," David Correia tweeted in January 2017.
“I’m one term removed from something that does have a place in history.”
Rudy Giuliani Was With His Now-Indicted Ukrainian Friend At President Bush's State Funeral Service. Jeb Bush Says It's "Disappointing.”
Lev Parnas, who is now under indictment, was not invited, Bush said.
Facebook Said Politicians Can Lie In Ads. It's Taking Down Ads From Warren, Biden, And Trump For Other Reasons.
A BuzzFeed News examination found that in the first half of October, the social network has canned more than 160 ads from Biden, Warren, Sanders, Steyer, and Trump for breaking rules around profanity and fake buttons.
The possibility of Murdoch changing direction remains a liberal fantasy, but he is navigating deep political divides inside his own empire.
Crazy little thing called copyright.
A Court Ruled, Again, That Trump's Accounting Firm Must Turn Over Financial Documents To House Democrats
The DC Circuit rejected President Donald Trump's argument that the House Oversight Committee didn't have authority to issue a subpoena to his accounting firm.
The president called Joe Biden's son a "loser," Rep. Ilhan Omar a "disgrace," and whipped up a crowd of thousands as the pressure builds in Washington.
To understand why Trump is so obsessed with Ukraine, you have to understand the nonsense Rudy Giuliani reads on the internet.
"He's shooting holes in the Constitution,” Biden said of Trump on Wednesday, “and we cannot let him get away with it."
Bank records reveal a whirlwind of spending at high-end restaurants, an infamous strip club, and five-star hotels by the two little-known operatives who waged a back-channel campaign with Rudy Giuliani.
The Trump Administration Says It Won't Comply With Any Requests From Democrats In The Impeachment Inquiry
After preventing the US ambassador to the European Union from testifying Tuesday, the White House sent a letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi saying it wouldn't participate in any other interviews or requests.
The justices will decide if a federal law against “sex” discrimination in the workplace applies to employees fired for being LGBTQ.
"He has chosen my family to be the vehicle that he can [use to] influence the election,” Valerie Biden Owens told voters in South Carolina.
A federal appeals court temporarily put the ruling on hold while Trump appeals, however.
Russian propaganda networks picked up on what Biden said immediately, spinning his words into something that would ultimately become a Trump obsession.
The Justice Department Has Argued Sex, Information, And Worthless Stock Were “Things Of Value.” But It Said Trump’s Request For Dirt Wasn’t.
Justice Department officials declined to open a criminal investigation into Trump’s request to the Ukrainian president because it didn’t have “quantifiable value.”
New York Rep. Max Rose wrote an op-ed just last month warning that impeaching President Trump could tear the country apart.
"If I did, I wouldn’t show it to you, and what right do you have to ask me that?"
The Government Told A Judge It Won't Destroy Records About Trump's Calls With Foreign Leaders, For Now
The voluntary assurance came a day after a judge strongly encouraged the White House to do so, rather than risk a formal ruling from the court they "might not appreciate."
"Undocumented immigration is an issue I think about every day."
A Judge Wants Assurances The Administration Won't Destroy Records About Trump's Calls With Foreign Leaders. The Justice Department Is Hesitating.
A lawsuit filed in May accusing the White House of failing to create and preserve records of the Trump administration’s calls with foreign leaders suddenly got a lot more urgent.
The Trump Administration Will Have To Pay $6.6 Million So Far To Groups That Sued Over The Census Citizenship Question
The Justice Department reached $3.9 million in settlements with challengers in Maryland, new documents show. That's on top of the $2.7 million the administration already agreed to pay the ACLU.
Pompeo would be the highest-ranking official in the Trump administration with personal knowledge of the call.
When is promoting violent extremism not promoting violent extremism? When Twitter says so.
“He’s basically avoided doing everything he can to hold this president accountable."
Rep. Chris Collins represented New York's 27th District and has been one of Donald Trump's most vigorous defenders.
Kamala Harris the presidential candidate often doesn’t look like Kamala Harris the prosecutor.
Biden held his first public campaign event on Friday since the announcement of a formal impeachment inquiry against Trump.
As a former assistant US attorney, I thought Barr’s past service as attorney general meant he would respect the rule of law. I was wrong.
The chairs of three House committees have already subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents and have begun scheduling depositions.
“They’re all involved,” Waters told BuzzFeed News’ AM to DM on Friday.
“I don’t know how the hell he can be president under these conditions, it’s just incredible,” Sen. Lindsey Graham said.
Here's How Donald Trump Ended Up Referencing A Russian-Promoted 4chan Conspiracy Theory In His Call To The Ukrainian President
From the depths of 4chan, to the president’s mouth, and then back to the depths of 4chan.
On Dec. 19, 1998, President Bill Clinton became the second president in US history to be impeached. He was acquitted on all charges in 1999 after the Senate failed to obtain the two-thirds majority required to convict him.
A Whistleblower Has Alleged Trump "Abused His Office For Personal Gain" — And That The White House Tried To Cover It Up
The complaint’s release comes after the White House put out a non-verbatim transcript of Trump’s call with the Ukrainian president in which Trump wanted dirt dug up on Joe Biden ahead of the 2020 election.