It's whatever Congress thinks is serious enough to require impeachment.
What is and what is not an impeachable offense? This week in impeachment
Elaine Kamarck writes that the House Judiciary's task will now be to determine the scope of impeachment articles to write, and draws from the cases of Johnson, Nixon, and Clinton for a sense of the constitutional issues at stake in each.
Jeffrey Toobin: What really constitutes an impeachable offense?
Reflecting on impeachments, one Constitutional Convention delegate famously declared, “A good magistrate will not fear them. A bad one will be kept in fear o...
Hush money payments could be 'impeachable offenses,' top Dem warns
But Jerry Nadler says that doesn’t mean President Donald Trump would or should be impeached.
House Judiciary Committee Releases Report Defining Impeachable Offenses Before Monday’s Hearing
The House Judiciary Committee on Saturday released a report laying out what they believe are the impeachable offenses against President Donald Trump.
Nikki Haley Blasts Impeachment: ‘I Don’t Know What You Would Impeach Him On’
Former U.N. Ambassador Nikki Haley said there is "nothing impeachable" in the case Democrats have made against President Donald Trump.
What is impeachment and how does it work?
Donald Trump's presidency could be under threat after the US Democratic Party launched a formal impeachment inquiry over allegations he asked a foreign country to investigate a political rival House Speaker Nancy Pelosi - who has so far been reluctant to launch formal impeachment process - announced she would bow to pressure from within her own party after allegations Trump pressured Ukraine's new president to investigate…
What is this .5 offense all about for the Phoenix Suns? Monty Williams explains.
Phoenix Suns coach Monty Williams breaks down the 0.5 offense in which he wants his team to either pass, drive or shoot the ball in 0.5 seconds.
Impeachment probe: What happens next
Behind closed doors, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi did not specify to her colleagues on Tuesday precisely how the impeachment inquiry will play out or divvy up tasks for each of the committees to take on from here. In part, that's by design.
A Realist’s Guide to Impeachment
Trump should face the consequences of his misdeeds, but the road ahead is perilous.
Digital Transformation: Should You Be Playing Offense or Defense?
Digital transformation discussions often fall prey to overly simplistic approaches. It's time to take a more nuanced approach.
What Does An Impeachment Mean For Stocks?
According to LPL Financial Research and historical data, impeachment proceedings have not necessarily impacted the stock markets over the longer-term.
What you missed while not watching Day 9 of the impeachment drama
A tough question for Trump, Pelosi jockeys for attention, Giuliani threatens a “jaw suit,” and the White House Twitter war turns profane.
How support for impeachment is changing — and what that tells us
Polling released Monday afternoon reinforces a recent trend.
How does this impeachment process compare with Nixon and Clinton?
Democrats and Republicans are tangling over where the clock starts on impeachment. Here’s a guide about what happened in the case of Nixon and Clinton.
How Could Impeachment Affect The Democratic Primary?
The House has opened an official impeachment inquiry into the president, and some Democrats have even suggested they’ll draft articles of impeachment by Thanksgiving.
Yuba City Man Sentenced to 20 Years in Prison for Child Pornography Offense
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Chad Carl Jaycox, 28, of Yuba City, was sentenced today to 20 years in prison to be followed by 25 years of supervise...
Age, health and impeachment: What to watch for in this week's Democratic debate
With the Democrats' fourth debate rapidly approaching, here are the topics you should be keeping an eye on.
What We Can Learn From the First Presidential Impeachment
Like Trump, Andrew Johnson defied Congress and the Constitution in multiple ways that were hard to capture in articles of impeachment.
Then and now: How lawmakers characterize impeachment as a ‘coup’ to protect their own
According to Congress, impeachment is a “coup” — just as long as the president being impeached is a not a member of the political party engaged in the “coup.”