The deep electoral roots of the Senates impeachment standoff
The virtually lockstep Republican defense of President Donald Trump so far during his impeachment trial marks a new milestone in the Senate's long-term evolution into a more partisan and regimented institution that demands unwavering party loyalty and punishes the freewheeling independence that characterized the great legislators through the body's history.
The Point Its Ken Starr vs Ken Starr on impeachment
The impeachment of President Bill Clinton in the last years of the 1990s was a deeply divisive fight akin to a "domestic" war -- that, in the end, produced no tangible result and put the country through too much.
New York Times Bolton wrote he was concerned Trump was granting favors to autocratic leaders
President Donald Trump's former national security adviser John Bolton claims to have privately told Attorney General William Barr last year that he was concerned the President was granting favors to the autocratic leaders of China and Turkey, The New York Times reported Monday, citing multiple people's descriptions of an unpublished draft manuscript by Bolton.