Sharpen your colored pencils, folks — the House is drawing up official articles of impeachment and McConnell is at the ready. Biden capitalizes on Trump's NATO summit embarrassment. The SNAP food stamp program is under attack, just in time for Christmas. Plus, remind us to never incite the wrath of Pelosi.
Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announces her instructions to the House Judiciary Committee to draft articles of impeachment against President Trump
Judiciary Impeachment Hearing \ Trump vs. NATO Allies \ Nunes Calls Raise Question \ The Collins DefenseThe Daily Recount
We'll spare you another impeachment joke. Today, we entered a new stage of hearings. Some parts were rough, others were raucous. Carrying on...Trump doesn't like to be laughed at. And Devin Nunes definitely ain't laughing after House Intel dropped phone records yesterday.
Harvard Law Professor Noah Feldman tells the House Judiciary Committee that Trump is guilty of "impeachable high crimes and misdemeanors" at today's hearing
GWU Law School Professor Jonathan Turley warns that impeaching President Trump can create a "dangerous precedent" before the House Judiciary Committee
Impeachment II: Judiciary \ Trump Goes to NATO Summit \ SCOTUS Considers Gun Rights \ Facebook Li(v)eThe Daily Recount
If you're tired of impeachment, it's time to snap out of it — House Intel is looking for a smooth handoff to the House Judiciary Committee this week. Plus, it's the 70th anniversary of the NATO alliance, though there's not much to celebrate. And, SCOTUS takes on a massive gun rights case with a weird twist.
From one impeachment to another: 21 years ago this week, the House Judiciary Committee kicked off President Clinton's public impeachment hearings. It's a story with a little more sex and a little less quid pro quo — but equally dramatic. Press Rewind and refresh your memory on how it all went down.
Democratic congressman Eric Swalwell stresses the importance of putting the impeachment inquiry into simple terms the American people will understand
Gwen Carr says officers "need to stand accountable" at Judiciary hearing on policing
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