Warren says Republicans who stand with Trump ‘must be stopped’

Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass, said Wednesday that she believed the Democrat impeachment managers made a compelling case against former President Trump and any Republican who stands with him “must be stopped.”

Dems demand Barr’s resignation amid Stone sentence storm

Barely a week after President Trump was acquitted in his impeachment trial, a new administration controversy has Democrats demanding investigations and even the resignation of his top law enforcement official.

Trump mocks ‘Pocahontas’ Warren, ‘Impeachment King’ Steyer after poor showing in New Hampshire

President Trump weighed in Tuesday night on Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., and billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer, both of whom had underwhelming showings in the New Hampshire primaries.

Democracy 2020 Digest: Trump, Democratic presidential candidates, campaign off impeachment acquittal

Both President Trump and the 2020 Democrats campaign off the Senate's vote to acquit the president of the House impeachment charges

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.

Here’s what 2020 Dems asked during the 2nd day of impeachment trial questions

The four Democratic senators running for president were stuck in the Senate chamber for the second consecutive day of impeachment trial questions Thursday, but that didn't prevent one of them from making some headlines ahead of Monday's Iowa caucuses. 

Here are the questions 2020 Dems asked during Trump impeachment trial

With four of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for president -- and two of the top four in the polls -- stuck in Washington, D.C., for President Trump's impeachment, asking questions during the Senate trial's nationally televised question-and-answer session is one of the only ways for them to reach voters ahead of Monday's Iowa caucuses.