After impeachment acquittal, Senate advances another Trump court pick over Dem objections

Minutes after Chief Justice John Roberts gaveled out President Trump's impeachment trial, which had consumed the Senate for almost three weeks, Majority Leader Sen. Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., got right back to what he's said is his top priority -- confirming judges. 

Trump slams Romney during acquittal victory lap, says he’s bitter over 2012 loss

Following Republican Sen. Mitt Romney's vote to convict President Trump on abuse of power in the Senate's impeachment trial, Trump took dead aim at the Utah senator during remarks Thursday afternoon at the White House.

Can Mitt Romney actually be expelled from the Republican Party?

As Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, voted Wednesday to convict President Trump on one of the two articles of impeachment against him – abuse of power – Trump's son Donald Trump Jr. was already calling for Romney's expulsion from the Republican Party. 

House impeachment managers say Trump, Senate permanently stained by trial

The House impeachment managers for President Trump's now-completed trial in the Senate penned an op-ed Thursday arguing that Trump and the GOP-controlled Senate will be permanently stained by what they argued was an unfair process, leading to "not guilty" verdicts on both articles of impeachment. 

Fox News Exclusive: Romney says he had to follow ‘conscience’ on vote to convict Trump, expects ‘enormous consequences’

Fox News Chris Wallace spoke with Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, on his decision to case a vote to convict President Trump on abuse of power in his impeachment trial.

Ken Starr references Deflategate, Houston Astros sign-stealing scandal in Trump defense arguments

Ken Starr, one of President Trump's lawyers, compared House Democrats' handling of impeachment to two of the most prominent cheating scandals in recent American sports history.

Murkowski appears to ding Warren in statement announcing ‘no’ vote on impeachment witnesses

Sen. Lisa Murkowski, R-Alaska, seemed to ding Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., in her Friday statement announcing that she would not vote to hear witnesses in the impeachment trial into President Trump, as she admonished senators for "attacking" Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts.

Ruth Bader Ginsburg decries Washington ‘dysfunction’ amid impeachment trial

As the highly-polarized impeachment trial of President Trump rages in the Senate, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg panned the "dysfunction" and "polarization" at an award ceremony in Washingon.