Trumps Senate trial likely to further tear at national divides
President Donald Trump's Senate trial will open in an atmosphere of acrimony Tuesday that will underscore how his impeachment, far from purging political corruption, is likely to tear even deeper national divides.
Boom and bust Economy and impeachment capture forces that will determine Trumps fate
The House officially delivered to the Senate two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump last week on the same day that the Dow Jones Industrial Average finished above 29,000 points for the first time.
John Roberts presides over the impeachment trial -- but he isnt in charge
When Chief Justice John Roberts presides over the Senate trial of President Donald Trump, he will have a highly public perch but little control. He will direct the proceedings but almost certainly cast no votes. He will fulfill his constitutional duty but leave Trump's fate to the Senate, which has "sole power to try all impeachments."
Dershowitz on impeachment reversal I am much more correct right now
Constitutional lawyer and Trump impeachment legal team member Alan Dershowitz said Monday that he is "much more correct right now" in his current views on what qualifies a president for impeachment than his near-opposite views during the Clinton impeachment.