The latest NPR/PBS NewsHour/Marist poll finds Trump and Biden in a dead heat — but a conviction could change that, as independent voters aren't interested in supporting Trump if he's convicted.
House Republicans have launched an impeachment inquiry into President Biden. But this case is different — both in substance and in process — than those of former presidents Nixon, Clinton and Trump.
So far there's been no evidence that President Biden benefited financially from his son's business dealings. And as prior impeachments have shown, Republicans risk a backlash from perceived overreach.
FX's limited series Impeachment: American Crime Story refocuses the story — once largely controlled by male journalists, politicians, comedians and activists — on Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp.
The New York governor announced he would resign from office after a state investigation found he sexually harassed close to a dozen women. But will he still be impeached?
Should Gov. Andrew Cuomo be impeached or choose to resign, New York Lt. Governor Kathy Hochul would be next in line and would become the state's first woman to hold the position.
Bruce Castor is best known for a rambling performance defending former President Donald Trump at his second impeachment trial. Now, Castor is representing people charged in the U.S. Capitol riot.
Interrogation videos released Tuesday raise questions about Jason Ravnsborg's conduct in the Sept. 12 car crash, with investigators saying at one point that the victim's glasses were found in his car.
The Republican from Nebraska speaks with NPR's Steve Inskeep about the impeachment of former President Donald Trump, the future of the GOP and working with the Biden administration.
Plaskett, a House manager in former President Trump's Senate trial, defends the decision not to call witnesses. "As all Americans believed at that moment, the evidence was overwhelming," she says.
President Biden said that "even those opposed to the conviction, like Senate Minority Leader McConnell, believe Donald Trump was guilty of a 'disgraceful dereliction of duty'."
In a statement issued shortly after a final vote in the Senate on a charge of inciting an insurrection, Trump said the "movement to Make America Great Again has only just begun."
On Georgia Today, GPB political reporter Stephen Fowler discusses Georgia's role in former President Trump’s second impeachment trial, and whether there could be criminal charges tied to Trump’s interference in the presidential election.
President Biden continued his hands-off approach to the impeachment trial of his predecessor. Asked whether he would watch the trial, Biden said: "I am not."
Butch Bowers and Deborah Barbier have parted ways with the former president after a "mutual decision," leaving his defense team little preparation time before the Feb. 9 trial.