The L.A. Times dropped an editorial bomb on Donald Trump on Saturday, calling for the president's impeachment and urging Republicans to join in the effort.
A handful of GOP senators are concerned that voting to clear Trump of any wrongdoing will come back to haunt them in 2020 and beyond.
Even setting aside Trump's Ukraine shakedown, it should be disturbing to all Americans that he continues to allow foreign surveillance of his calls.
If Mitch McConnell follows Donald Trump's lead on impeachment, the Republicans could lose their Senate majority next year.
With the nation's attention fixed on the Ukraine scandal, it's easy to forget that Bill Barr is running similar pressure campaigns all around the globe.
A growing body of evidence indicates that Nunes was a key player in Trump's scheme to bribe Ukraine into handing over political dirt on the Bidens.
If you’re an immigrant, you have known blistering rhetoric and tweets for three years. You’ve lived with anti-immigrant policies that are so cruel and extreme that if anything in this world was made for a string of expletives, it’s the Miller-Trump anti-immigrant program.
The DOJ has gone so far off the deep end that Bill Barr is now trashing his own inspector general report to please Donald Trump.
The Republican Party's response to Donald Trump's Ukraine crimes has confirmed once and for all that the GOP is dead and buried.
Not only isn't there a war on Christmas, but Democrats will be celebrating the holiday this year by formally voting to impeach Donald Trump.
Democrats have been able to walk and chew gum at the same time when it comes to fulfilling their promises and holding Trump accountable for his conduct.
Donald Trump has had historically low support since taking office in 2017, but impeachment is likely to send those numbers plummeting into the cellar.
Despite Trump's claim that impeachment is a partisan hoax, it's increasingly clear that it was the people inside the White House who spurred the inquiry.
The revelation further confirms that those inside the White House understood – in real time – that Trump was abusing his power.
Richard J. Danzig and Sean O’Keefe, who were Navy secretaries under Bill Clinton and George H.W. Bush, warned of President Trump, “His values are not those of our military. It will do grievous damage to our armed services if they become so.”
A GOP leader using Russian footage might be surprising in the Republican Party of yesteryear. In 2019, though, it's completely on-brand.
In light of the explosive new reporting, the Republican lawmaker shouldn't be part of conducting the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.
President Trump has now convinced himself that impeachment is all a giant dirty trick created by Democrats to help Joe Biden.
Not only was Giuliani acting at the direction of the president, but he seems to have been acting with the support of Mike Pompeo's State Department.
Rep. Adam Smith (D-WA) unloaded on GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham, who has completely sold what's left of his soul to protect Donald Trump from impeachment.