What the 2 impeachment articles mean, and what happens next
WASHINGTON – The House Judiciary Committee on Tuesday unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump. The articles –
Opinion: Senate must not legitimize House's sham impeachment
There are three paths before Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell when it comes to any articles of impeachment the House of Representatives eventually
What now for Park’s impeachment trial?
The countdown to the ruling on the impeachment of President Park Geun-hye has begun, as the Constitutional Court heard the final arguments of Park and the parliament on Monday. The court reviewing the legality of Park’s impeachment held its first closed-door session Tuesday to deliberate on whether Park has broken the law and the Constitution and whether the violations are serious enough to impeach her.President Par...
How a US impeachment works
Senate has no way to sidestep an impeachment enquiry, aide says
How To Know Which Impeachment Polls To Believe
Currently, it is doubtful the required two-thirds of the Senate would vote to convict Trump. But senators’ votes could change by the time they receive the articles of impeachment from the House.
The Crossing: What to watch as impeachment heads to Senate
WASHINGTON (AP) — The articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump don't move to the Senate by themselves.
What we know and don’t know about how a Senate impeachment trial will work
If the House impeaches President Donald Trump, that will only mean we have completed the first half of the process to remove a president from office.
How to watch the Muscatine mayoral impeachment hearing
The Muscatine City Council hearing on the removal of Mayor Diana Broderson begins today at 8 a.m. Here's how to follow it:
Impeachment-trial rules get green light
The Senate on Thursday voted to approve its first-ever rules to govern the chamber's proceedings for an impeachment trial.
The public hearings are over. So what comes next in the impeachment inquiry?
In the coming weeks, the House intelligence panel will submit a report to the Judiciary panel, and then Democrats will consider drafting articles of impeachment.
How impeachment would work
With the redacted report on Russian interference in the 2016 election out, Democrats are mulling impeaching President Donald Trump. Democrats, who control the House, want to unify several probes of the White House. So here's how the impeachment process, enshrined in the U.S. Constitution, could play...
GOP's top leaders navigate impeachment in their own ways
WASHINGTON (AP) - One of them is a gregarious, backslapping Californian unwavering in his defense of President Donald Trump. The other is a reserved, calibrated Kentuckian who chooses his words about Trump with care and doesn't stroke the president's ego But it's more than style and temperament that separate House GOP Leader Kevin McCarthy and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell as they navigate the treacherous shoals…
Why it matters that Susan Collins is more than an impeachment juror
Despite being well prepared for the task, it’s not clear Collins recognizes the full extent of the Senate’s role.
Montana voters should send Daines back to Senate
Even though the 2020 elections is now 11 months away, all should be encouraged to vote for our current Republican senator, Steve Daines.
Here's what the Mississippi Congressional Delegation said about the Clinton impeachment trial
TUPELO • As House Democrats begin an impeachment inquiry into Presidential Donald Trump, voices for and against have invoked the memory of President Bill Clinton’s impeachment in late 1998.
How Impeachment Works
Lessons from the failed Republican effort to remove Bill Clinton from the presidency.
Why Clinton Got Impeached
The anti-Clinton case then was stronger than the anti-Trump case is now.
20 Impeachment What-Ifs
The Democrats might have had a more persuasive case for impeachment, if only …
The House of Delegates should impeach themselves
It’s safe to assume that the members of our House of Delegates were taught a simple lesson numerous times while growing up: If a thing is worth doing, it’s worth doing well.
Impeachment: Evidence, proof and undisputed facts
Evidence and proof do not reside on opposite sides of a clear bright line.