The House Intelligence Committee on Tuesday announced it will hear publicly from eight witnesses over three days next week, in another sign Democrats are pushing to complete their impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump before the end of the year.
The White House is entering a pivotal phase of impeachment proceedings amid internal consternation over legal strategy and fresh apprehension at how President Donald Trump will react to hours of televised testimony.
This week is arguably the most important to date in the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. It's the first time there will be public testimony, which comes at a time when the American people have become seemingly locked in their impeachment positions: They're for the inquiry but much less sold on impeaching and removing […]
The New York Times reports that President Donald Trump discussed firing intelligence community Inspector General Michael Atkinson after Atkinson alerted Congress to a whistleblower complaint involving the Trump-Ukraine scandal.
Former deputy campaign chair Rick Gates testified that in mid-2016 then-candidate Trump took a phone call from his longtime associate Roger Stone, where the pair apparently discussed WikiLeaks' planned release of hacked Democratic emails.
The impeachment inquiry is going public, a pivotal step for House Democrats as they try to make their case to the country that President Donald Trump should be the third president in US history to be impeached.