Donald J. Trump was impeached on a day when lawmakers in capitals like Hartford assessed threats that may await them.
Sen. Chris Murphy, whose trip to Ukraine last summer was cited in the effort to impeach and remove President Donald Trump, is going to Kiev again.
In his first public appearance since the Senate acquitted the president, Sen. Chris Murphy opted to go old school. No sound bites, no Tweets. Just a long conversation with his constituents.
The GOP defeated a Democratic attempt to call witnesses at the impeachment trial and Trump’s acquittal is expected — but not until next week.
Democrats slammed Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell’s rules for conducting the trial, calling them corrupt and “rigged.”
Rep. Jahana Hayes is defending her U.S. House seat in a district that has been a battleground before.
The House Intelligence Committee released new texts from Robert Hyde and an unknown third party that discuss monitoring the diplomat before she was fired by President Donald Trump.
An hour after senators were sworn in as jurors in President Trump’s impeachment trial, Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said he will likely force votes on witnesses.
CNN reports that the FBI is taking a closer look at Robert Hyde, but he denied attempting to spy on former U.S. Ambassador to Ukrainian Marie Yovanovitch.
The chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee has asked the State Department to reveal what it knew about allegations that Robert Hyde and others had placed Marie Yovanovitch under surveillance.
Hyde tracked the movements of former U.S. Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, in dozens of messages to an associate of former Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani.
Ross Garber, the go-to guy for governors in trouble, says the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump is likely to hurt Democrats.
President Donald Trump has been formally impeached by the U.S. House of Representatives. Here’s a quick guide to what happened and what’s next in the impeachment process.
“I am angry that President Donald Trump has treated his oath and office so disrespectfully that now we must hold him accountable,” said Rep. Jim Himes.
They didn’t really need to be there, not if their goal was simply to urge Connecticut’s all-Democratic congressional delegation to impeach Donald J.Trump. But still they came.