Five things you need to know for the weekend (and it's a long one!)
We're just days away from the Senate's full impeachment trial getting underway.
The first Democratic debate of the year has come and gone and now is the time to enjoy the 24 glorious days there will be before the next debate.
We're still playing will-she-or-won't-she when it comes to House Speaker Nancy Pelosi sending those articles of impeachment to the Senate.
Welcome to just the second Monday so far this year.
After a week that feels like an entire year, take a moment to appreciate that the Treaty of Versailles, the World War I peace treaty, came into effect 100 years ago today.
Meghan and Harry are concentrating on their finances while protests and crashes and crises keep going.
Remember when impeachment was all anyone in D.C. could talk about?
While the House takes on Trump over relations with Iran, Australia continues to battle wildfires. In better news, we bring you some kitties and a GOAT.
The #MeToo moment of the year has arrived, with Harvey Weinstein's trial finally starting.
President Donald Trump ordered a U.S. drone strike that killed Iran's most powerful general, sparking fears of retaliation from Tehran.
Welcome to 2020, as the world's oldest person celebrates another monumental birthday.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is yet to deliver the articles of impeachment to the Senate.
A huge space rock, the very snappily named 216258 (2006 WH1), will soar by our planet today.
Congratulations for making it to the final Democratic debate of 2019.
Unless Democrats have a shock defection, Trump will become only the third president to be impeached.
There are more than 400 "Nobody Is Above the Law" rallies scheduled across the country tonight.
Strap yourself in, this is going to be one big, wild political week with impeachment, a Democratic debate and averting a government shutdown.
This will probably be the last weekend where it's true that only two U.S. presidents have ever been impeached. Enjoy the calm before the storm.
The House Judiciary Committee are set to vote on the articles of impeachment this morning.
Get ready to rumble: TIME magazine will announce its "Person of the Year" this morning.
The de facto head of Myanmar's government is headed to the International Court of Justice in The Hague to defend her country against charges of genocide.
The Justice Department's inspector general is set to release his conclusions into the origins of the FBI's Russia investigation today.
Season 3 of "The Marvelous Mrs Maisel" is here.
Nancy Pelosi's town hall will be televised tonight.
Kamala Harris is out of the presidential race.
Donald Trump heads to a reception for NATO leaders at Buckingham Palace, but Prince Andrew will not be in attendance.
Advent starts this week as the Judiciary Committee begins its impeachment hearings.
Bad weather could ground flights and big Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloons.
The Trump White House is practically a zoo this week. Today there will be the traditional turkey pardon; yesterday the president welcomed Conan the special ops dog (named for comedian Conan O'Brien).