A scientific theory is not a hunch or mere speculation. Rather the term refers to a comprehensive explanation of some aspect of nature that is supported by many congruent lines of data. A further explanation from the NAS web site is helpful. Many scientific theories are so well-established that no new evidence is likely to …
Giuliani, Nunes and '-1': A Look At What The Impeachment Report Phone Records Mean
The story of the House Democrats' impeachment report has quickly become all about the phone records. The majority Democrats on the House Intelligence
How impeachment works
Top State official details chaos after Yovanovitch ouster to impeachment investigators
Top State official details chaos after Yovanovitch ouster to impeachment investigators Philip Reeker, acting assistant secretary of state for Europe, arrives for closed door interview at the Capitol in Washington on Saturday. | Jose Luis Magana/AP Photo A top State Department official told House impeachment investigators on Saturday about his role in supervising the chaotic fallout from President Donald Trump’s ouster of his ambassador to Ukraine…
How Impeachment Works
It’s not enough to bring the articles of impeachment against an official - you have to convict them, too.
Here's how many Americans support impeachment — and how it's changed since the Mueller report
Video: Adam Schiff just gave a very misleading answer on 'public support' for impeachment
How Does The Impeachment Process Work?
This is only the fourth time in the history of the United States that a president has faced impeachment proceedings.
What happened in the impeachment inquiry this week?
William Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, appeared for 9 1/2 hours in a closed-door deposition that Democrats called "very devastating" for Trump, and Republicans stormed a secure room, delaying a witness deposition
House approves rules for impeachment inquiry
By Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) – A sharply divided House has approved the rules for its impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump. Thursday’s near party-line 232-196 roll call was the chamber’s first formal vote on a process
WATCH: How Should Senate Handle The Impeachment Trial?
How a Senate impeachment trial may work
Chad Pergram breaks down what happens on the Senate side if the House chooses to impeach President Trump
James Comey makes a surprising statement about impeachment
WATCH: What Does It Take To Impeach A President?
No president of the United States has ever been removed from office by impeachment. But efforts to impeach presidents date back to the 1840s.
Lewandowski Rebuffs Questions At House Impeachment Hearing
Democrats’ first hearing in what they are calling an impeachment investigation quickly turned sour on Tuesday
Top MN analyst on latest impeachment inquiry
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is now admitting for the first time that he was, in fact, listening in on President Trump’s controversial phone call with the president of Ukraine. Hamline University political analyst David Schultz says there appear to be elements of the current controversy around the White House that parallel Watergate… “If we look at the Mueller report and what we look at what we’re starting to learn now with we’ll call it Ukrainegate or something like that, there seems to…
How Does Presidential Impeachment Process Work?
President Trump is calling the House impeachment inquiry the single biggest witch hunt in American history. So what does it take to impeach a sitting president? We asked Hamline University Political Science Professor David Schultz: “The House of Representatives must conclude by a majority vote that there is at least one article of impeachment or one reason for why the president of the United States should…
Top analyst on the latest with impeachment inquiry
The impeachment inquiry process continues to play out as President Trump defends his recent phone call with the president of Ukraine. Asked whether the allegations rise to the level of an impeachable offense, Hamline University political analyst David Schultz says… “It’s still too early to tell at this point, because at the end of the day, remember, impeachment is a political process, not a criminal process…
At a glance: Impeachment inquiry news, facts and figures
Follow the hearings live on the Newschannel 3 website. WMU political science professor breaks down impeachment process. The presidential impeachment process is a long and complicated one. With formal impeachment inquiries underway, John Clark, a political science professor at Western Michigan University, explained how the process works. Expert: It's pretty likely that President Trump will be impeached.
Rep. Nadler Breaks Rules to Speed Up Impeachment
With the Democrats’ impeachment narrative decaying and falling apart exponentially, Rep. Nadler decided he had no choice but to ignore and break the rules of the House of Representatives. House Rule XI, clause 2(j)(1) states, “Whenever a hearing is conducted by a committee on a measure or matter, the minority members of the committee shall be entitled, upon request to the chair by a majority of them before the completion of the hearing, to call witnesses selected by the minority to testify with…