A censure effort that could block Trump from holding federal office again may depend on how the Senate votes in his trial.
Donald Trump's first trial was "much fairer" than his second because senators weren't victims, the chief justice was presiding, and Republicans weren't sanctioned for breaking with the party, Alan Dershowitz said.
Representative Tom Reed called for Melissa DeRosa's arrest over a "pause" on COVID-19 reporting, calling her a "criminal actor."
Miles Taylor, a former DHS official, told Newsweek the consensus on a call between himself and over a hundred other members of the GOP was that, at minimum, there needs to be a movement that brings people back to "real Republicans" and away from the cult personality of Trump.
Michael Strain, director of economic policy studies at the American Enterprise Institute, also criticized increased unemployment benefits for "delaying" the recovery.
Militia members had been planning for a possible insurrection since the election to make sure members were "fighting fit" by President Joe Biden's inauguration, according to federal prosecutors.
Senator Lindsey Graham spoke to Trump on Tuesday night and reminded him that 44 senators voted to dismiss the case.
Democrats played a 13-minute video montage of the riot, which could set rioters' attorneys up for a tough jury selection and a difficult defense.
Andrew Lelling, who led the college admissions scandal prosecution, will step down at the end of February.
Republicans pushed for lowering the income threshold for the third round of stimulus checks but Democrats are moving forward with a plan that looks a lot like the first two rounds.
The Michigan Senate majority leader called the Capitol riot a "hoax from day one" and added that "it was all staged."
Bruce Castor, Trump's attorney, argued on the Senate floor that Democrats feared voters could once again want a change in 2024 and "go back to Donald Trump."
Brian Kalt, a law professor at Michigan State, said Trump's attorneys misrepresented his findings, which favor impeaching officials after they've left office.
Saying a person incited you to commit a crime isn't a defense, but putting the responsibility on the former president could hang a jury, resulting in a mistrial.
Mutations make it more vital than ever that people get vaccinated against COVID-19, but without a widespread global vaccination effort, the threat of a mutation escaping vaccines still exists.
Former President Donald Trump's impeachment trial will focus on whether he incited an insurrection, a charge that in a criminal court falls short of treason, the highest crime in the United States, and is easier to prove.
Bruce Castor, one of Trump's attorneys, argued impeachment isn't meant to be a "punishment."
A conviction is unlikely, but polls show Democrats heavily support barring Trump from future office.
Senate Democrats aren't likely to get 17 Republicans on board to convict the former president, but they could get a few.
Former President Donald Trump is likely to be acquitted during his upcoming trial, but more Republicans think he has blame for the Capitol riot than thought his call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was illegal.
Jason Miller, a senior adviser to Trump, said the legal team was going to make the trial a "free speech" issue and target prominent Democrats for their past comments.
Representative Jamie Raskin is asking for Trump to respond to the request no later than 5 p.m. Friday.
President Joe Biden won't negotiate on the $1,400 payment amount, but said he's open to reducing the number of people who are eligible.
With an increased focus on the United States, Graphika, a social media analyst firm, predicted "Spamouflage" could "continue the drumbeat of confrontation" between China and the U.S.
Albert Watkins said it would be "smart" to call Trump as a witness, but a former federal prosecutor wasn't sure a judge would allow it.
If Democrats fall in line, Republicans will be powerless to stop Greene from being removed from her committee assignments.
Budget reconciliation will require every Democrat to be on board and Manchin, Sinema and Kelly have all been vocal advocates for pursuing a bipartisan path.
Jassy's worked for Amazon for decades and will take over as CEO of Amazon in the third quarter when Jeff Bezos moves to the position of executive chair.
Trump denied his remarks questioning the election's integrity were false and his attorneys said a "reasonable jurist" could not conclude they were inaccurate.
If a third stimulus check is based on a person's most recent tax return, making more or less money in 2020 could change how much a person receives.