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...
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.
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.
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.
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
What To Expect During Nadler's Monday Impeachment 'Trial'
How does a Senate impeachment trial work?
What's involved, who the key players are and why there's a trial happening now - explained.
How An Impeachment Trial Could Affect the Iowa Caucuses
The primary is heading into unprecedented territory, especially for the Senators looking to move into the White House.
Monica Lewinsky speaking out on Clinton impeachment trial 20 years later
In a docu-series airing on A&E, Lewinsky describes her encounters with President Bill Clinton and discusses the day FBI agents questioned her in more detail than she ever has.
McConnell gives Senate GOP lesson on impeachment trial rules
WASHINGTON (AP) — Senate Republicans got a civics lesson Wednesday on their roles in an impeachment trial. Rule No. 1: No talking in class. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell led the lesson Wed…
Mark Levin: Senate Should Make Effort To Dismiss Impeachment Trial
(Breitbart) – Senate Republicans should make an effort to dismiss an impeachment trial of President Donald Trump if House Democrats pass articles of impeachment against him, determined Mark Levin, host of his eponymous radio show, BlazeTV’s LevinTV, and Fox News Channel’s Life, Liberty, and Levin. He offered his remarks in a Monday interview on SiriusXM’s Breitbart News Daily with host Alex Marlow “The Republicans should fight…
Pomp, circumstance and silence: How a Senate presidential impeachment trial works
The likely impeachment trial of Donald Trump would be just the third of a president in the nation's history.
Dear Mitch, here is how the president’s impeachment trial should go
Thanks for being so willing to coordinate with us here at the President’s Team!
Levin: Senate Should Make Effort to Dismiss Impeachment Trial
Senate Republicans should dismiss an impeachment trial of Donald Trump if House Democrats pass articles of impeachment, said Mark Levin.
How senators say they're preparing—or why they aren't—for an impeachment trial
Among a dozen Republican and Democratic senators, the methods by which members say they're preparing for the procedures of a trial range widely.
Sticky impeachment trial questions: How long? Who testifies?
Here's how Mitch McConnell could sabotage an impeachment trial
How Chief Justice John Roberts would lead the Senate impeachment trial
As American politics has grown more polarized, Roberts has tried to recede from view rather than become more prominent. But many expect President Trump would try to turn impeachment proceedings into a circus. And it may be then that Roberts would be forced to have a stronger hand, if only to maintain
Rand Paul should recuse himself from any Senate impeachment trial