Today the House Judiciary Committee had its second public hearing on impeachment. This time lawyers for both parties presented their evidence for and against impeaching the president. Lorraine Caceres has the details.
The House rules committee holds a final impeachment hearing on Tuesday to set the parameters for a floor debate on the articles of impeachment. Tomorrow the full House is set to vote on the articles. If the House impeaches President Trump, the Senate will hold a trial to consider if he should be removed from office, making Trump only the third president in US history to be impeached. Lorraine Caceres has all the details.
White House aides are bracing for a post-impeachment staff shake-up, as President Trump looks to enter a new chapter of his presidency. So far, two officials have been dismissed after they gave congressional testimony.
The impeachment inquiry is moving forward to the House Judiciary Committee. The committee held its first public hearing on Wednesday to establish if the president did, in fact, commit impeachable offenses. Lorraine Caceres has the details.
In a historic day for the country, Democrats announced articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, calling the 45th president's misconduct "overwhelming and uncontested". Lorraine Caceres has all the details on the announcement and what happens next.
El presidente del Comité Judicial de la Cámara de Representantes, Jerry Nadler, anunció los artículos de 'impeachment' contra el presidente, que serían uno por obstrucción al Congreso y otro por abuso de poder.
The House of Representatives has officially formalized the next steps in the impeachment process. Republicans are criticizing Democrats for the "unfair" way they've handled the inquiry so far. Meanwhile, another White House official appears before Congress with testimony that is expected to corroborate damaging information against the president. Lorraine Caceres reports.
The House Judiciary Committee is debating two articles of impeachment against President Trump. The minority vent its frustrations with the process and Democrats fired back, refuting the argument that the inquiry has been rushed and is baseless. Lorraine Caceres has the latest.