Testimony heightens the stakes for Trump

The hearings have unearthed new evidence of a phone call that may implicate the president in the Ukraine controversy.

GOP discusses longer trial to scramble Democratic primaries

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From Republicans, a recurring theme: ‘Nothing to see here’

GOP lawmakers argued that Ukrainian officials never opened the investigations President Trump requested, yet Trump released the aid package for Ukraine anyway. But this is a selective retelling of events.

Republicans’ conspiracy theories slam into sworn testimony in collision of divergent worlds

A witness was left momentarily speechless when pressed on conspiracy theories apparently driving the president’s actions.

The public impeachment inquiry hearings: Day One

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The D.C. Circuit let stand an earlier ruling against the president, likely sending the case to the Supreme Court.
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Pyongyang has warned of a “new path” forward if the United States does not change its approach on the nuclear talks.
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