Televised impeachment hearings have shifted public opinion in the past, but that may not be the case this time around.
Thanks to the release of some transcripts, we have an idea of what will be discussed in public hearings this week. David Hawkings explains.
Mulvaney's attorneys say he's planning to follow the White House and Justice Department's directions not to testify before the House.
Maya Rockeymoore Cummings said she's stepping down from her current role as chairwoman of Maryland's Democratic Party in order to run.
The memo outlines four main points of a defense strategy for the impeachment inquiry.
The judge suggested that the president wait for Congress to actually request his tax info or file a new lawsuit in New York.
Kent, who has been with the State Department since 1992, will join Bill Taylor to publicly testify Wednesday.
Here's how Ambassador Bill Taylor became such an important witness in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.
King has served as a U.S. representative for New York for more than two decades but has decided to step down to focus on his family.
The high court is scheduled to hear oral arguments Tuesday over President Donald Trump's attempt to end DACA in 2017.
In her new book, the former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations says Tillerson told her people would die if President Trump was unchecked.
House Republicans want the anonymous whistleblower and Hunter Biden to publicly testify in the impeachment inquiry hearings.
Republican Rep. Devin Nunes said this selection of witnesses would "provide transparency to [the] otherwise opaque and unfair process."
President Trump said that he will "probably" provide a transcript of an April call with Ukraine's President on Tuesday.
Iran's Foreign Ministry clarified on Sunday that Levinson "has no judicial or criminal case" in any court in the country.