Jonathan Turley, the sole Republican witness during day one of public impeachment hearings in front of the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday said he was "inundated with threatening messages" after.. FOXNews.com - Published
U.S. President Donald Trump said he had watched some of the congressional impeachment hearings on Tuesday, calling them a disgrace but saying it was up to Americans to make their own judgment about the..
The second week of public impeachment hearings begin Tuesday with one of the most closely watched witnesses being EU Ambassador Gordon Sundland amid new revelations about his interaction with Ukraine...
Lawmakers heard from the former ambassador to Ukraine as part of the investigation into whether President Donald Trump's push for Ukrainian officials to investigate his political rivals amounted to an..
What question do you have about impeachment, Ukraine or the whistleblower complaint? PolitiFact journalists are standing by ready to answer another round of reader questions about the House impeachment.. PolitiFact - Published
The public impeachment hearings featured five days of testimony, a dozen witnesses and multiple accusatory tweets and statements from President Donald Trump. The witnesses testified about the July 25.. PolitiFact - Published
Though many of the basics of the investigation were known before public hearings started Nov. 13, several new things came to light. Here are seven of the most important things we learned. Seattle Times - Published
Two weeks of public impeachment hearings are over. Criminal charges against Israel's prime minister are announced. And, the Trump administration is deporting U.S. asylum-seekers to Guatemala. NPR - Published
Watch VideoThe first phase of public impeachment hearings is over. Two officials, the last of nine this week, testified Thursday morning in the House's ongoing impeachment investigation of President.. Newsy - Published
Did Clint Eastwood troll pro-impeachment Democrats with a “quid pro quo” line in his latest film “Richard Jewell?” Wednesday night’s AFI premiere of Eastwood’s “Richard Jewell” garnered.. The Wrap - Published
The first question of the fifth Democratic debate Wednesday night was not about any of the candidates on the stage, but instead centered on the incumbent one of them will eventually face. CBS News.. CBS News - Published
California Congressman Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, and Steve Castor, senior investigative counsel for Republicans on the panel, questioned Fiona Hill, a former.. CBS News - Published
Fiona Hill, a former senior director on Russia at the National Security Council, pushed back Thursday against the unfounded theory that Ukrainian officials sought to interfere in the 2016 election, and.. CBS News - Published
Democratic presidential candidates' united front against Republican President Donald Trump amid public impeachment hearings and their restraint in battling one another had an unexpected beneficiary on.. Reuters - Published
Members of the House Intelligence Committee continued questioning Laura Cooper and David Hale Wednesday evening in the fourth day of public impeachment hearings. Cooper is the deputy assistant.. CBS News - Published
Laura Cooper, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for Russia, Ukraine and Eurasia, and David Hale, the undersecretary of state for political affairs, spoke briefly before being questioned by.. CBS News - Published
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and ranking Republican Devin Nunes gave opening statements Wednesday afternoon during the fourth day of public impeachment hearings. They spoke before.. CBS News - Published
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Daniel Goldman, senior adviser and director of investigations on the committee, questioned U.S. Ambassador to the E.U. Gordon Sondland on.. CBS News - Published
*Lou Dobbs* blasted the third day of public impeachment hearings today and mocked Lt. Col. *Alexander Vindman* over his much-talked-about testimony this morning on Ukraine and the president's call. Mediaite - Published
KIEV: Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Tuesday that his country is "tired" of questions related to the Trump scandal, amid a critical week of public impeachment hearings in Washington... WorldNews - Published
Former ambassador Kurt Volker testified on Tuesday that, despite the positive news about Ukraine's new president, President Trump held a negative view of Ukraine that was rooted in the past. NPR - Published