Democrats lay out case for removing Donald Trump
House impeachment managers launched their case for removing Donald Trump from office by depicting him as a president who is vindictive, untruthful, unbound by the law and above all, willing to abuse his power at the expense of US national security.
Donald Trump impeachment trial to begin with rules fight, long days
President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is set to unfold at the Capito...
Trump's impeachment trial underway in Senate as battle lines form
Trump, who was impeached last month by the Democratic-led House of Represen...
US Senate approves Trump impeachment trial plan, rejects Democrats on documents, witnesses
As the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history began in earnest, Trump's chief legal defender argued the Democratic case was a baseless effort to overturn the 2016 election but a top Democratic lawmaker said there was "overwhelming" evidence of wrongdoing.
Agencies may need court order to trace social media messages
Social media intermediaries — with more than 5 million registered users — have to trace the original sender of a message when asked by a government agency armed with an order from a judicial magistrate court or a higher court.
Trump knew exactly what was going on in Ukraine: Lev Parnas
Parnas said he was working as part of Trump’s legal team and that Giuliani would tell Ukrainian officials that Parnas was working on behalf of Trump so the Ukrainians would take him seriously.
Donald Trump tells business leaders of 'spectacular' US economy
Trump, who is expected to be acquitted by the Republican-controlled Senate, says he is innocent of the charges.
Articles of impeachment 'brazen and unlawful' attempt to overturn will of Americans: Trump's lawyers
The House of Representatives, controlled by the Democratic Party, on Wednesday voted to send articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate, in a major development to remove him from office for his alleged abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
U.S. House to vote on Wednesday to send impeachment articles to Senate
Speaker Nancy Pelosi was meeting privately Tuesday at the Capitol with House Democrats about next steps, ending her blockade almost a month after they voted to impeach Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Donald Trump impeachment: House votes to send it to Senate for trial
The nearly party-line vote moved Trump's impeachment from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Democratic-run House to the Republican-majority Senate, where Trump expects acquittal, even as new evidence is raising fresh questions about his Ukraine dealings.
US to maintain tariffs on Chinese goods until Phase 2 deal- Mnuchin
Trump is slated to sign the Phase 1 trade agreement with Chinese Vice Premier Liu He at the White House on Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. (1630 GMT). The signing occurs a week before the U.S. Senate is due to begin its impeachment trial of the U.S. president.
Historic Trump impeachment trial begins in Senate
For just the third time in American history, the hushed Senate chamber was transformed into a court of impeachment, presided over by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts, who administered the oath to senators.
Trump trial likely to begin next Tuesday: Senate chief
The Senate impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump is likely to begin in seven days with key players sworn in later this week, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday.
What Joe Biden actually did in Ukraine
Writing in his 2017 memoir, Biden said Ukraine gave him a chance to fulfill a childhood promise to make a difference in the world. It also came to serve a political purpose, as “a legacy project, something he could run on,” said Keith Darden.
De-escalation is 'need of the hour', India can play a role
The Gulf accounts for nearly 70%of India’s energy imports. There were suggestions to form an international maritime force to protect the oil supplies. No agreement has been reached so far. With the two leading US Presidential candidates condemning Trump's move, there is urgent need for de-escalation. India can play a role.
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