Cuomo impeachment probe looking into whether family got preferential access to COVID-19 tests

The New York legislature's impeachment investigation now includes probing allegations that Gov. Andrew Cuomo's family received special access to COVID-19 tests, Fox News has confirmed.

Trump says in post-impeachment message that ‘no true supporter’ of his could endorse political violence

President Trump released a video Wednesday evening denouncing last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol and declaring that no true supporter of his could support political violence.

House Judiciary Committee frames Trump impeachment in new report

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Rep. Jerrold Nadler, D-N.Y., released a 74-page report Tuesday afternoon describing President Trump as a "clear and present danger" who should be impeached.

Cheney, Katko first House Republicans to back Trump impeachment

House GOP Conference Chairwoman Liz Cheney of Wyoming and Rep. John Katko of New York are planning to support Democrats' effort to impeach President Trump after last week's riots at the U.S. Capitol, Fox News has confirmed.

White House says impeachment would further divide the country

The White House is warning that if Democrats proceed with impeaching President Trump, it would divide the country at a time that should be reserved for healing.

CPAC declares Mitt Romney ‘NOT invited’ after Senate impeachment witness vote

The Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) made clear on Friday that Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, who formerly won the event's straw poll in 2012, would not be welcome at the conference in February -- an apparent response to the senator's refusal to follow his party in the ongoing Senate impeachment trial of President Trump.

RNC closes out best-ever non-presidential year with record numbers for December

The Republican National Committee reported its best-ever non-presidential year on Thursday -- the latest indication that the party is outpacing Democrats as they battle over impeachment before the 2020 elections.

Feinstein stirs confusion with comments on impeachment vote

A story in the Los Angeles Times caused an uproar on social media after it characterized comments from Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., to say she is leaning "toward acquitting Trump" -- causing the Democratic senator to fire back that the paper “misunderstood what I said.”