CNN's Daniel Dale takes a look at the false claims President Donald Trump has made about the impeachment process and his dealings with Ukraine.
Democrats who want to oust President Donald Trump and Republicans battling to save him are braced for the most momentous phase yet in the battle of impeachment that is rocking Washington.
CNN's Chris Cuomo and Don Lemon sift through the witnesses in the impeachment hearings and discuss what they have had to say.
President Donald Trump tweeted interest in providing a written testimony in order to defend himself against impeachment. CNN's Anderson Cooper explains why this is unlikely.
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Funniest and most memorable impeachment moments. CNN's Jeanne Moos reports.
In his first briefing since the start of public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo declined to defend State Department officials who have been attacked by President Donald Trump.
CNN's Miguel Marquez speaks with voters in Wisconsin, a crucial swing state, about how views of President Donald Trump have evolved as the impeachment inquiry heats up.
As House Democrats enter the second week of the public chapter of their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, both Republicans and the President have begun dishing out new defenses of him as witnesses continue to provide damaging testimony before the House Intelligence Committee.
House Republicans are asking a Republican senator who spoke to President Donald Trump and the US Ambassador to the European Union about the freezing of US security aid to Ukraine to provide information relevant to the Democrats' impeachment inquiry.