Trump Commutes Roger Stone's SentencePresident Trump is commuting the prison sentence of Republican political operative Roger Stone, according to an executive order by the president on Friday night.
Supreme Court Rules NY Prosecutors Can Access Trump's Tax ReturnsThe Supreme Court has ruled that Manhattan's chief prosecutor can obtain troves of President Trump's business records and tax returns, a momentous defeat for the president in his efforts to shield his personal financial information from state investigators.
Trump Fires Intelligence Community Watchdog Who Handled Complaint That Led To ImpeachmentPresident Trump has fired Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson, according to a letter from Mr. Trump obtained by CBS News. Atkinson handled the complaint from a whistleblower that led to Mr. Trump's impeachment.
Coronavirus: Trump Says He 'Would Love' To Have US Reopen By Easter As Nation's Death Toll Tops 700President Trump on Tuesday said he wants the U.S. "opened up" by Easter Sunday, which falls on April 12, despite an acceleration of coronavirus cases across the country.
Coronavirus: Trump Approves Aid Package As US Deaths Top 140The bill provides free testing, expanded funding for food security programs and paid sick, family and medical leave for workers at companies with 500 employees or fewer.
Palm Springs Mayor Fires Back After Trump Says Windmills 'Look Like Hell' During Campaign RallyPalm Springs Mayor Geoff Kors fired back at President Donald Trump Friday after the president's recent comments blasting the Palm Springs windmills saying they "look like hell."
House Approves War Powers Resolution To Restrict Trump On IranThe House of Representatives delivered a sharp rebuke to President Trump over his use of U.S. military power in the Middle East, approving a resolution to restrict his authority to strike Iran without congressional approval.
In 6-Page Letter To Pelosi, Trump Vents About ImpeachmentPresident Trump listed no new arguments or requests but vented his frustrations with the impeachment process in a six-page letter to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday.
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.
Legal Experts Debate Whether Trump Committed Impeachable OffensesThe Judiciary Committee heard testimony from four constitutional law experts on the historical grounds for impeachment.
Trump Signs Bill Making Animal Cruelty A Federal FelonyPresident Trump signed a bipartisan bill into law Monday, making animal cruelty a federal crime.
Volker Says He Didn't Realize Ukraine Investigations Targeted BidenKurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine, said he was unaware that efforts to pressure Ukraine to open investigations were meant to target former Vice President Joe Biden.
House Releases Testimony From Official Who Overheard Trump CallThe House released the transcript Monday from the closed-door testimony of David Holmes, a State Department official who overheard a recently revealed call that has become key to the impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
Nancy Pelosi Accuses President Trump Of Committing BriberyA day after the first open hearings, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says that the president has committed bribery.
Alexander Vindman And Fiona Hill Testimony Transcripts ReleasedHouse Democrats released transcripts of the testimony of NSC official Alexander Vindman and Fiona Hill, the president's former national security adviser on Russia and European affairs.