"Don't complain that the evidence isn't direct enough when you are blocking what would obviously be more direct evidence," Congressman Mike Quigley said.
Nearly a dozen states have passed legislation restricting access to abortion so far in 2019.
"That's at least one promise that they fulfilled," quipped "Morning Joe" host Joe Scarborough on his MSNBC show.
Their questions to witnesses, statements made on the dais and answers to reporters signaled that members of both parties were satisfied with their respective performances and believed they have the key to success moving forward.
The host of 'The Young Turks,' Cenk Uygur, filed to run for California's 25th congressional district—which was vacated by former Congresswoman Katie Hill—on the day after he endorsed Bernie Sanders.
Two career public servants brought to light new evidence there was a quid pro quo when Trump in pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to initiate politically motivated investigations before receiving military aid.
Kellyanne Conway's husband said he was "horrified" and "appalled" at how the GOP has conducted itself during the impeachment probe.
Diplomats William Taylor and George Kent will be the first witnesses to publicly testify about the Ukraine matter.
Americans tuning in at home and the select few who get to observe in person will see Democrats and Republicans on Wednesday seek to bolster their respective impeachment narratives with the witness testimonies of two top State Department officials.
GOP staffers have floated a memo to House Republicans about how to best defend Trump during the public impeachment hearings. But it fails to address some of the damning allegations that Democrats will likely focus their questions on.
The federal government has more authority to regulate colored pencils than it does to enforce election security measures, the Brennan Center report warns.
Despite disapproving of how Democrats have handled the impeachment inquiry, a majority of Americans support congressional them starting the probe at all.
With the time he has left in Congress, King said he would vote against impeaching President Donald Trump and support the president's reelection bid.
"Please absent yourself," House Intelligence Chairman Adam Schiff told the Florida Republican several times.
"They shouldn't be having public hearings. This is a hoax," the president told reporters on the White House's South Lawn. "This is just like the Russian witch hunt. This is just a continuation."
In shows earlier this week, the Fox News host vehemently denied having contact with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo or anyone else from the department.
Nearly a dozen members of the upper chamber—Democrats and Republicans—told Newsweek they will tune out the public proceedings for several reasons, most of whom cited a lack of time.
"I just wonder how low these people are going to go. How much they're going to degrade themselves?" MSNBC's Joe Scarborough asked.
"Security assistance money would not come until the president committed to pursue the investigation," the U.S. diplomat to Ukraine said of Trump's push to have a foreign country pledge to probe 2016 election interference and Democrats.
Among a dozen Republican and Democratic senators, the methods by which members say they're preparing for the procedures of a trial range widely.
"My assessment is one could run into February," said. Sen. Richard Shelby (R-Ala.), chairman of the Senate Appropriations Committee. "Will it? It's not up to me."
"Resumption of U.S. aid would likely not occur until Ukraine provided the public anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for many weeks," the EU ambassador said he told a top Ukrainian official as U.S. was being withheld.
"We know that it's completely impeachable and completely illegal," the former White House communications director said in reference to Trump's actions towards Ukraine.
Michael Steele said Republicans in Congress are "so afraid of this one man that they're willing to sacrifice everything that they've stood on."
Marine Colonel Daniel Wilson, 58, was freed last week after a military appellate court cleared him of abusing another Marine's daughter.
"Tulsi is a SENATOR, meaning she's in the SENATE and doesn't vote on HOUSE resolutions," the right-wing commentator tweeted.
"This president will be in power for only a short time, but excusing his misbehavior will forever tarnish your name," said Justin Amash, now an independent congressman.
Meet Reps. Jeff Van Drew and Collin Peterson, Democrats who won Trump districts in 2018.
"You know the Republicans have a losing fight on their hands, because all they can do is talk about process," Joe Scarborough said.
The impeachment rules for how the House will conduct public hearings do not appease Republicans' demands, and the vote will place a handful of vulnerable, mostly freshmen Democrats in a tough political spot.