House Votes To Send Trump Impeachment Articles To SenateThe House voted to approve a resolution to name impeachment managers and transmit articles of impeachment to the Senate, the last step before President Trump's trial in the upper chamber can get underway.
Los Angeles Residents Protest War At Pershing SquareThe drone strike ordered by President Trump that killed Quassem Soleimani and others this week prompted protests this weekend.
Pentagon Official Says Ukraine Asked About Aid Delay On July 25The Pentagon official responsible for the Defense Department's military aid program testified that emails show Ukrainian officials were asking the State Department about a delay in an aid package on July 25, the same day as President Trump's call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.
'A Lot Of Uneasy Parallels Between Vladimir Putin, Donald Trump': Director Alex Gibney On 'Citizen K' DocumentaryThe Oscar winning filmmaker discusses his new documentary on Mikhail Khodorkovsky and Vladimir Putin.
Live Updates: EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland Testifies There Was A Quid Pro QuoIn the most high-stakes testimony in the impeachment inquiry yet, the U.S. ambassador to the EU implicated the president and secretary of state in a "quid pro quo" scheme led by Rudy Giuliani.
8 Striking Moments In The 2nd Day Of Public Impeachment HearingsMarie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine who was recalled from her post earlier this year, testified Friday in the second day of public impeachment hearings.
Roger Stone Found Guilty Of Witness Tampering, ObstructionPresident Trump's former campaign adviser, Roger Stone, was found guilty by a jury of all seven charges. He faces up to 50 years in prison.
John Bolton's Attorneys Consulting With Lawmakers About Possibly Cooperating With Impeachment InquiryAttorneys for former National Security Adviser John Bolton are consulting with lawmakers about possibly cooperating with the impeachment inquiry, CBS News' Paula Reid reports.
House Democrats Block Vote On Censuring Schiff Over Handling Of Impeachment InquiryHouse Democrats on Monday blocked a vote on a Republican resolution to censure House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff over his handling of the impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
'Border Wars: Inside Trump's Assault On Immigration' Authors Michael D. Shear, Julie Hirschfeld Davis Reveal Details From Inside West WingThe New York Times reporters take readers behind the scenes of the making of the Trump administration's controversial immigration policy.
White House Releases Transcript Of Trump's Phone Call With Ukrainian PresidentIt comes one day after Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced the House is launching a formal impeachment inquiry into the president.
Ben Carson Holds Forum In LA To Discuss Affordable HousingHis visit came just a day after President Trump flew into Los Angeles and criticized the city’s homeless crisis.
Protesters Voice Opposition To Gym Owner Hosting Fundraiser For TrumpSome members of SoulCycle and Equinox are cancelling their memberships after learning the companies are ties to a fundraiser for President Donald Trump happening Friday in the Hamptons.
Growing Calls To Boycott Equinox And SoulCycle Amid Owner's Fundraiser For President TrumpCelebrities and gym members took to social media to call for a boycott of Equinox and SoulCycle after it was revealed that billionaire Stephen Ross, who owns the fitness centers' parent company, would be hosting a fundraiser for President Donald Trump.
Trump Condemns White Supremacy Following El Paso, Dayton Mass ShootingsPresident Trump called out "white supremacy" by name Monday and urged the nation to condemn it following the weekend's mass shootings which left 29 people dead.