LA Political Experts Weigh In On Trump Impeachment VerdictFormer President Donald Trump was found not guilty of inciting the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. With a vote of 57-43, U.S. Senators acquitted Trump in a historic second impeachment trial.
House Democrats Rest Case In Trump Impeachment Trial, Urging Senators To ConvictHouse Democrats leading the prosecution of former President Donald Trump at his Senate impeachment trial concluded their arguments for conviction on the third day of proceedings, zeroing in Mr. Trump's words and actions in the run-up to the January 6 attack on the Capitol.
Democrats Use Trump Tweets, New Video To Argue 'Full Scope' Of Capitol Attack At Impeachment TrialHouse Democrats leading the prosecution of former President Trump wrapped up the second day of his impeachment trial on Wednesday by calling into question what Mr. Trump was doing while the Capitol was under attack on January 6.
LIVE UPDATES: Senate Begins Historic Second Trump Impeachment Trial TuesdayThe Senate is convening Tuesday to commence with the impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump, the first Senate trial of a former president in U.S. history.
Mixed Reaction From Southern California Lawmakers About Trump's Second ImpeachmentThere was mixed reaction on Wednesday throughout Southern California from lawmakers following the historic second impeachment of President Donald Trump.
LIVE UPDATES: House Votes To Impeach President Trump For Second TimeMr. Trump becomes the first president in American history to be impeached twice days before his term ends.
House Calls On Pence To Invoke 25th Amendment, But He's Already Dismissed The IdeaThe House has approved a resolution formally calling on Vice President Mike Pence to invoke the 25th Amendment. If Pence does not respond, the House will move forward with impeachment proceedings.
Senate Acquits Trump On Impeachment Charges, Rejecting Calls For His Removal In Historic TrialThe Senate voted to acquit President Donald J. Trump on charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, bringing an end to a five-month saga that began with a whistleblower's complaint and culminated in just the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history.
Senate Rejects New Witnesses In Trump Impeachment Trial, Paving Way For AcquittalThe Senate will hold the final vote Wednesday on the two articles of impeachment.
Impeachment Trial: Collins Breaks With GOP On Witnesses But Alexander Says He Will Vote NoSenator Lamar Alexander announced Thursday night he will not join Democrats in calling for witnesses in President Trump's impeachment trial. Although Republican Senator Susan Collins said she will vote for witnesses, it is unlikely Democrats will have the support.
Impeachment Trial: Republicans Don't Have The Votes Yet To Block WitnessesPresident Trump's legal team rested its case on the final day of opening arguments in his impeachment trial, setting the stage for a new phase of proceedings as pressure continues to mount on senators to hear from new witnesses.
Impeachment Trial: Trump Team Presents Defense As Pressure Builds For New WitnessesPresident Trump's legal team presented the case for his defense in his Senate impeachment trial for a second day as new revelations about the president's attempts to get Ukraine to investigate his rivals increased pressure on the Senate to allow new witnesses.
Impeachment Trial: Democrats Finish Opening ArgumentsHouse impeachment managers finished their opening arguments in President Donald Trump's impeachment trial on Friday with an impassioned plea for a fair trial. Mr. Trump's lawyers will start their opening arguments on Saturday.
Impeachment Trial: Bitter Debate On Trial Rules Dominates Day 1 Of Senate ProceedingsThe first day of President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate crept late into the night on Tuesday, featuring contentious exchanges between the White House legal team and House managers acting as the prosecution, with senators voting along party lines to reject Democratic efforts to subpoena new witnesses.
Senators Swear Oath To Deliver "Impartial Justice" In Trump Impeachment TrialOn a day steeped in tradition and decorum, the Senate formally took over President Trump's impeachment case on Thursday as the chief justice of the Supreme Court and senators swore an oath to administer "impartial justice" in the upcoming trial.