Impeachment Trial: Trump Lawyers Blast Democrats For 'Flimsy' CasePresident Donald Trump's legal team laid out its arguments against impeachment in a formal legal brief filed just one day before the Senate trial is set to begin.
House Democrats Release More Materials From Lev ParnasHouse Democrats on Friday released more material from indicted businessman Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani who helped him in his pressure campaign against Ukraine.
Trump: New Sanctions On Iran But US 'Ready To Embrace Peace'President Trump backed away from all-out conflict with Iran on Wednesday, brushing off a missile attack against U.S. troops in Iraq while declining to escalate a confrontation that appeared to be on the brink of spiraling out of control. There were no American or Iraqi troops injured in the attacks on the Al Asad and Erbil bases.
After Trump Threats, Getty President Calls For Protection Of Iran's Cultural SitesGetty President Jim Cuno called for the protection of cultural sites in Iran, in response to threatening tweets from President Donald Trump.
Schumer Cites 'Explosive' Email To Call For Witnesses At Impeachment TrialSenate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer continued to push for top administration officials to appear before the Senate in the upcoming impeachment trial, citing a newly revealed, "explosive" email from a White House aide as evidence for why witnesses should be called.
Lawmakers Clash Over Next Steps On Trump ImpeachmentHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Democrats won't name impeachment managers or transmit the articles of impeachment to the Senate until the upper chamber finalizes the procedures for the trial.
Trump Supporters Disrupt Event Honoring Schiff's Work On Armenian Genocide Recognition BillThe event appeared to erupt in confused shouts and yelling as Schiff began speaking. There was some physical tussling between attendees, which included people who reportedly took off jackets to reveal T-shirts in support of the president.
House Democrats Expected To Unveil 2 Articles Of Impeachment TuesdayHouse Democrats are moving forward with two articles of impeachment against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress, multiple Democrats familiar with the proceedings tell CBS News.
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.
Impeachment hearing live: Public hearings begin with testimony from Bill Taylor, George Kent in House Intelligence Committee today -- live updates
Supreme Court Hears Arguments On DACA; Conservative Justices Appear To Back TrumpThe high court's decision is expected by June, at the height of the 2020 presidential campaign.
White House Says Trump Will Make A "Major Statement" Sunday MorningPresident Trump will make a "major statement" Sunday at 6 a.m. PT, a White House spokesman said Saturday. The White House did not give any further details.
Trump Lashes Out At Democrats Over Impeachment ProbePresident Trump angrily lashed out at Democrats leading the impeachment inquiry and the whistleblower whose complaint prompted it, accusing a House chairman of treason and saying only "legitimate" whistleblowers should be entitled to protection from retaliation.
Dems Move Forward With Inquiry, Mike Pompeo Subpoenaed For Documents Related To UkraineThe Democratic chairmen of three powerful House committees on Friday subpoenaed Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for documents related to President Trump's conversation with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, during which he requested that Ukraine investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son, Hunter Biden.
Whistleblower Complaint Says White House Tried To "Lock Down" Ukraine Call RecordsThe House Intelligence Committee has released an unclassified version of the whistleblower complaint ahead of testimony by the director of national intelligence.