Between the start of the arguments on merits Tuesday and the nearly inevitable acquittal of Trump stands one giant unknown that could significantly extend the Senate impeachment trial -- whether there will be witnesses.
Immigration Customs and Enforcement confirmed to Fox News that the rule, first reported by Axios as a last-minute effort by the Trump administration -- was withdrawn on Jan.
Sen. Marco Rubio criticizedPresident Biden for his administration's "low bar" on its effort to reopen schools, accusing the president in a statement Tuesday of following demands from teachers' unions more than the science on school reopenings.
The House impeachment managerswill continue their case Thursday,after making their argument over the last two days that Trump should be convicted of inciting an insurrection on the Capitol.
Former President Donald Trump has been extremely quiet as his impeachment trial got underway in earnest this week, in contrast to his ubiquitous Twitter presence during hisimpeachment trial last year, and longtime affinity for the spotlight.
Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer Thursday did not rule out bringing legislation to bar former President Donald Trump from office if he is not convicted at the ongoing Senate impeachment trial.
The legal team for former President Donald Trump makes their opening arguments in his second impeachment trial on Friday --and they are expected to allege that Democrats are being hypocritical bysaying that Trump incited the Capitol mob by telling his followers they have to "fight" against a
As the Senate considers for the second time in barely over a year whether to convict former President Donald Trump of an impeachment charge, he continues to dominate the political world even as he's remained mum throughthe process.
Democrat impeachment managers on Saturday drew harsh criticism from both the left and the right after their stark reversalon whether to call witnesses in the Senate trial of former President Donald Trump.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell on Saturday said that former President Donald Trump's actions after the presidential election were "unconscionable"despite his vote to acquit the former president of the impeachment charge against him.
Former President Donald Trump on Saturday thanked his lawyers and senatorswho voted against his impeachment conviction and foreshadowed his political future in a statement following the 57-43 Senate vote to acquit him of inciting an insurrection.
Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell was silent Tuesday night into Wednesday morning after former President Donald Trump lit into him in a lengthy statement calling on Republican senators to abandon McConnell and threatening primary challenges to incumbents.
Kathryn Limbaugh, the wife of conservative talk radio icon Rush Limbaugh, announced his death Wednesday on his radio show to his millions of listeners.
Rep. Ken Buck on Wednesday sent a letter to President Biden's attorney general pick Judge Merrick Garland asking him to keep on thefederal prosecutor who is in charge of the probe into Hunter Biden -- or otherwise appoint a special counsel.
Former President Donald Trump isn't the leader of the free world anymore. But many of the attendees at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Orlando, Fla.
Donald Trump Jr., said on Friday that there are "plenty" of Senate Republicans who he might support primary challenges against, while slamming the idea of "blindly" supporting incumbents.
Sen. Tom Cotton on Fridaysaid that former President Donald Trump has a "big role" in the future of the Republican Party and warned that President Biden is trying to "unravel" Trump's accomplishments.
Sen. Rick Scott predicted on Friday that the Republican Party will flip blue Senate seats to redin at least four states in the 2022 midterms, after earlier this week declaring that the civil war within the GOP is "canceled.
Former Acting Director of National Intelligence Ric Grenell didn't rule out running for California governor after teasing a potential challenge to Gov. Gavin Newsom in his speech at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC),he told Fox News on Saturday.
Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., on Friday suggested that President Biden, in a show of bipartisanship, pick Trump-appointed district court judges for seats on appeals courts when his administration begins to makejudicial nominations.
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