Giuliani continues bid to dig dirt on Trump political rivals in Kiev
Rudy Giuliani on Friday continued a series of meetings in Kiev as part of a bid to keep digging for dirt on President Donald Trump's political rivals, even as House Democrats are proceeding to draw up articles of impeachment against the US President for his dealings with Ukraine.
The next 24 to 48 hours are crucial to avoid a potential government shutdown
Congress is once again running right up to the brink of a government shutdown. There is cautious optimism, but still work to be done. Progress has been made but the largest outstanding issues still stand. Everyone involved wants an agreement, but those same lawmakers and administration officials are still haggling over issues -- large and small.
Analysis Trump hates the courts but they could help him fight impeachment
President Donald Trump has made his contempt for judges known. But when it comes to his fights with the Democratic members of Congress, the courts and the unhurried wheels of justice have been his ally.
Articles of impeachment -- House Speaker Nancy Pelosi moved the House much closer to impeachment Thursday when she officially directed the Judiciary Committee to draw up articles of impeachment. (As if it wasn't already.)