Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was not on the bench for oral arguments Wednesday due to illness, according to Chief Justice John Roberts.
The gravity and drama of the first televised impeachment hearings into Donald Trump's presidency on Wednesday will imprint themselves on history and reverberate far from Washington.
On Tuesday, Hillary Clinton was asked whether she might -- still -- run for president in 2020. Here's part of how she responded:
The House is taking a historic step forward Wednesday in its impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump, holding public hearings that Democrats hope will show the public that the President abused the power of his office to obtain dirt on a potential 2020 rival while withholding vital security aid from Ukraine.
Former Democratic presidential candidate Rep. Tim Ryan endorsed Joe Biden's presidential bid Wednesday, saying the former vice president has the ability to win swing states President Donald Trump won in 2016.
Just hours before two State Department officials become the first public witnesses in the House impeachment probe, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday dismissed that inquiry as "noise" and did not knock down a suggestion that it could be harmful to US foreign policy.
A small group of Republican senators who traditionally focus on foreign policy issues have been invited to the White House for a meeting with President Donald Trump and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan -- including Senate Foreign Relations Committee Chairman Jim Risch.
The first public impeachment hearing in more than two decades kicked off in the House of Representatives on Wednesday, with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff questioning whether President Trump's "abuse of power" in the Ukraine controversy is "compatible with the office of the presidency."
Congressional hearings are known for being platforms for lawmakers from both parties to have their voices heard while directly questioning witnesses -- but the public hearings in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump, beginning Wednesday morning, will feature attorneys doing some of the heavy lifting in that regard.
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., would be given a vital role in a Bernie Sanders administration and could even be tapped for a cabinet-level position, the 2020 presidential hopeful told ABC News on Sunday.
Margaret Thatcher was the daughter of a greengrocer who rose to become Britain’s first female prime minister, won three national elections, oversaw an economic revolution at home, and faced down the USSR. She didn’t, however, meet the mark for Hillary Clinton’s book on gutsy women.
Public hearings begin Wednesday in the House impeachment inquiry. The first hearing is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m. ET.
Rudy Giuliani, President Trump’s personal lawyer, penned an op-ed in the Wall Street Journal Tuesday defending the president against allegations of wrongdoing in a July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky that led to an impeachment inquiry in the House of Representatives.
In an 8-0 vote Tuesday night, the city council of Tacoma, Wash., approved new taxes on the sales of firearms and ammunition.
Climate activist Greta Thunberg plans to set sail for Spain Wednesday after the venue for United Nations-sponsored climate talks were moved from Chile due to political unrest.
President Trump’s senior adviser Jared Kushner and other White House officials are planning to set up web cameras to livestream construction along the border wall, according to a report.
Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-San Diego, was notified by 2010 that he and his wife were breaking the law by using campaign money for personal expenditures that included a trip to Arizona for his daughter's Irish dancing competition, prosecutors in a new filing Monday said, according to a report.
George Conway joins Brian Williams and Nicolle Wallace to discuss the US Constitution, President Trump and the president's actions in regard to Ukraine. Neal Katyal joins the conversation.
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Aides like Mick Mulvaney were seemingly deeply involved in Ukraine decisions. If they stay silent, a narrative may emerge saving Trump at their expense.
The week will feature testimony from several key witnesses.
As the public hearings approach, the president’s mood has veered between relishing the fight and seething with anger over the impeachment effort.
With hearings in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump set to being airing on television Wednesday, NBC’s Hallie Jackson joins TODAY to explain just how the process works and what will happen next.
The first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump will be held today. Testimonies by Ambassador William Taylor, the top diplomat in Ukraine, and State Department official George Kent will begin at 10 a.m. ET with special coverage by Nicolle Wallace and Brian Williams.
The State Dept. official told investigators the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani was poisoning policy with "his campaign of lies."
The diplomat returned to Kyiv after the ouster of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
The Turkish president spoke to Russia's Vladimir Putin about the purchase at a recent meeting if the U.S. keeps its ban on selling U.S.-made fighter jets.
The House Intelligence Committee is holding its first public impeachment hearing, featuring testimony from two key witnesses
Central bank likely to hold off on additional interest rate cuts unless growth cools significantly
The high-stakes visit comes weeks after Turkey launched an offensive against a U.S. ally in Syria
"Protesting and change has always, I think, been in the DNA of people" in Montgomery, known as the "Cradle of the Confederacy," Reed said
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A new phase of the impeachment inquiry begins this week with open congressional hearings Wednesday and Friday
The first public hearings today mark the fourth time in history that Congress has considered removing a president from office
The first public hearing in the House impeachment inquiry against President Trump begins Wednesday. Mr. Trump is accused of withholding military aid to Ukraine in exchange for Ukraine investigating Democrats. "60 Minutes" correspondent John Dickerson joins "CBS This Morning" to put the impeachment inquiry into context.
The first public hearings of the impeachment inquiry that begin Wednesday mark the fourth time in history that Congress has considered removing a president from office. The last time was 1998 when the House of Representatives impeached President Bill Clinton. Nancy Cordes takes a look back at how they compare.
The first public hearings on the potential impeachment of President Trump begin Wednesday. The House Intelligence Committee will question two senior officials who have served presidents of both parties for more than half a century combined. Nancy Cordes reports on what to expect.
Democrats have called two diplomats whose testimony they see as key to making the case that the president improperly pressed Ukraine for investigations that could benefit him politically.
This president hasn’t made Ankara pay a high price for attacking Kurds or buying Russian weapons.
Giuliani clearly and repeatedly acted with Trump's mandate—as he reiterated on Tuesday.
One group’s spokesman says it’s acting as ‘unpaid consultant’ to Facebook
The Ohio congressman said he thinks the former vice president is the candidate most able to appeal to blue-collar voters in key states.
The pipeline operators called the request ‘overly broad’ and ‘unduly burdensome.’
Industry speeches are increasingly controversial. But not so many Trump officials get booked.
Everything we know about what happened and when in the Ukraine scandal.
Everything we know about what happened and when in the Ukraine scandal.
Hearings began Wednesday on Capitol Hill as lawmakers consider whether to impeach President Trump for what Democrats say was an effort to use the power of his office for political gain.
These lawmakers are poised to take center stage in televised impeachment hearings that begin Wednesday.
Mr. Kent, the department’s top Ukraine official, is known for pushing good governance causes without regard for whom he might offend.
Fed research suggested higher minimum wages did not cost jobs in border counties. Industry-level analysis and real-life stories back that up — with caveats.
Mr. Taylor was sent to Ukraine to provide stability at the embassy. He ended up fighting to preserve American security aid from administration appointees who saw it as a political bargaining chip.
Police have begun raiding the edges of campuses to make arrests, leading student activists to engage with them in pitched battles that resemble medieval sieges.
Michael Bloomberg has filed paperwork in two states, while Deval Patrick is expected to announce his intentions soon.
Here's how the next 20 years are shaping up in terms of energy, and what it means for global warming.
As the House opens public hearings into whether President Trump committed high crimes and misdemeanors, the battle over President Bill Clinton’s impeachment 21 years ago looms large.
Representative Collin Peterson of rural Minnesota is one of two Democrats who voted against the impeachment inquiry. It has left him a man in the lonely middle.
The GOP lawmaker responded to a referee's allegation that Jordan waved off former Ohio State team doctor Richard Strauss' sexual misconduct in 1994.
"We believe that everyone has dignity and is worth investing in," the Democratic presidential candidate told HuffPost.
The two presidents will meet as the first public hearing of the House's impeachment inquiry unfolds.
Twitter critics are pointing out a major flaw in the piece that the president's personal attorney penned for The Wall Street Journal.
“He’s still at the White House shaping US immigration policy," the freshman Democrat wrote after the Trump adviser's emails to Breitbart were revealed.
"We sail for Europe tomorrow morning!" the 16-year-old activist said after securing a ride across the Atlantic.
Among those testifying: former U.S. Special Envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker and U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland.
Seattle’s City Council elections were a rebuke to Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos. It’s unlikely the presidential race is going to be any different.
“We have terrific candidates. Leave it at that,” Sen. Mazie Hirono (D-Hawaii) said Tuesday.
Reed's inauguration is historic in the majority-Black city’s 200-year history.
CNN analyst Josh Campbell on Wednesday’s “New Day” weighed in on President Donald Trump and former FBI special counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation amid House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry. Campbell said Mueller treated Trump with “kid gloves” during his investigation, which
Democrats are pursuing a "coup" against a president who was acting in accord with his constitutional duty and has not committed any crimes that are grounds for impeachment.
While speaking on Wednesday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) stated that she is “sad” that President Trump “doesn’t understand that Article II does not say that he can do whatever he wants, that he is not above the law, and
U.S. Border Patrol agents assigned to the Big Bend Sector in Texas tracked and eventually came into contact with a group of 31 individuals dressed in camouflage on Tuesday, November 5. The individuals were later identified as Guatemalan nationals with no lawful presence in the country.
Democrats are moving into the public phase of their impeachment inquiry, beginning with the testimonies Bill Taylor and George Kent.
The House Intelligence Committee is holding its inaugural public hearing of the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump on Wednesday. Congressional investigators will hear testimony from Acting Ambassador. William Taylor, Chargé d'affairs at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, and George Kent, Deputy Assistant Secretary in the European and Eurasian Bureau at the State Department.
WASHINGTON — The early years of the Trump administration were troubled by intense internal divisions on US-Israel policy, former US ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley writes in her new book.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — R&B crooner John Legend has been named the Sexiest Man Alive by People magazine.
The deputy speaker of the Senate, Jeanine Áñez Chávez, became president of Bolivia late Tuesday following the resignation of socialist President Evo Morales and everyone else above Áñez in the line of succession.
“There will be a wall cam, and it’ll launch early next year,” the official said.