Roger Stone, Trump's former campaign adviser, was found guilty of lying to Congress and other charges in relation to an investigation into the 2016 Trump campaign.
The final vote was along partisan lines—52-48 favoring acquittal on the abuse of power article, and 53-47 favoring acquittal on the obstruction of Congress article.
The congresswoman, who chairs the Financial Services Committee, spoke to ESSENCE about how "we can get rid of this president."
The question on everyone's mind is if President Donald Trump will rail against the impeachment proceedings against him during his address.
It is expected that the Republican-controlled Senate will acquit Trump on the two articles of impeachment, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, filed against him in December.
The Kansas City Chiefs, who made a stunning comeback victory at the Super Bowl in Miami, represent the state of Missouri.
Based on the exasperated look on everyone’s souls, I don’t have to remind any breathing person in America that Donald Trump and his myriad of daily displays of madness, corruption, […]
Add this to the running list of Twitter attacks Trump has waged against the CNN host.
The commander in chief is expected to announce his plans to expand his controversial travel ban as early as Monday.
Each of the seven House impeachment managers is expected to present a different aspect of the case for up to 24 hours over a period of three days.
The President, speaking at a rally in Ohio on Thursday, mocked House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, saying she's "not operating with a full deck."
Last summer, in response to the viral clip of Ivanka Trump at the G-20 Summit embarrassingly injecting herself into a conversation with world leaders out of her intellectual weight class, […]
Following the strike that killed a top Iranian general and prompted retaliation by Iran, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called for a vote.
The President announced that there were no American or Iraqi casualties as a result of the missile attack launched from Iran.
President Donald Trump, who tweeted "All is well!" following the missile attacks, is expected to make a statement on Wednesday morning.
In a recently released HuffPost-YouGov poll, Americans were split according to party lines, on their opinions of the airstrike.
The 2020 presidential candidate pointed out that "people are starting to ask, why now did he do this?" noting the potential start of an impeachment trial this week.