Former Vice President Joe Biden said President Donald Trump's unsuccessful effort to push Ukraine to open an investigation into his son proved Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin's resistance to his candidacy.
1600: 'We followed the president's orders'
Challenging testimony by Trump's point man on Ukraine posed a steep challenge for Trump's defenders.
5 takeaways from Gordon Sondland's testimony
Ambassador Gordon Sondland said that there actually was a "quid pro quo" for Ukraine's president to get a White House meeting.
Janison: Nobody testified this was a good idea
No one among the president's GOP defenders in Congress hailed a delay in military aid to Ukraine as a positive.
Complete coverage of the House's impeachment inquiry
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Trump directed Ukraine quid pro quo, Sondland says
Gordon Sondland told House impeachment investigators that he pushed for a political "quid pro quo" with Ukraine because it was what Trump wanted.
Prince Andrew retreats from public duties after Epstein interview
The Queen's son made the announcement days after his TV interview about his ties to the late convicted sex offender Jeffrey Epstein.
Ex-Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh faces fraud, tax charges
The disgraced former mayor of Baltimore was charged Wednesday with fraud and tax evasion involving sales of her self-published children's books.
5 things to watch for in tonight's debate
Ten Democratic presidential candidates take the stage for the fifth debate of the primary season.
1600: Arms-for-probes narrative builds in D.C.
A top expert on Ukraine testified: "It was inappropriate, it was improper for the president to demand an investigation into a political opponent."
GOP-requested witness rejects Trump 'conspiracy theories'
Sought by Republicans to testify, the former envoy to Ukraine spoke up instead for Democrat Joe Biden in impeachment hearings.
Schumer: Deal would allow 9/11 families to access more funding
The plan would allow the spouses and families to access the U.S. Victims of State Sponsored Terrorism Fund, which they could not access beforehand if they had received money from another 9/11 fund.