Reportedly, some Democrats are pushing to have Justin Amash among the Impeachment Managers in the Senate. As a constituent, I think that's a great idea.
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 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:
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...
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 …
How a US impeachment works
Senate has no way to sidestep an impeachment enquiry, aide says
Impeachment should not be used as a political tool
The election of Donald J. Trump as president did not sit well with many Democrats. Almost as soon as Trump was declared the winner, some Democrats have called for his
A look at how the impeachment process works
Of founders and findings: What to watch on impeachment
When House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler gavels open Wednesday’s impeachment hearings against the nation’s 45th president, he’ll launch the business of actually writing an indictment …
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.
What impeachment is and how the process works
Impeachment is a constitutional process under which an elected official, including the president, is charged with an offense or offenses warranting removal from office. To impeach is a term meaning
On impeachment, some questions for SCOTUS: Letters
The Trump impeachment proceedings are going according to the Russian Committee for State Security (the KGB) rules: Secret, the accused is not permitted to call or examine witnesses, and the charges…
What are the next steps in the impeachment investigation?
Lawmakers aiming for vote before year's end, but the timeline is tight
What are your impeachment questions, Colorado?
Denver Post reporter Justin Wingerter will be in the nation’s capital Dec. 3-13 as the committee, and its two Coloradans, consider whether to deliver the ultimate constitutional punishment against …
Of Founders and Findings: What to Watch on Impeachment
WASHINGTON – Same pillared House hearing room. Different chairman with his own mission. When House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler gavels open Wednesday’s impeachment hearings …
Ten Reasons Why Impeachment Is Illegitimate
We are witnessing constitutional government dissipating before our very eyes.
No Impeachment, Let the American People Decide
The charges against President Trump are shaky, so why not wait and let voters make the call?