Stefanik, Mullin introduce House resolution to expunge second Trump impeachment

House GOP Conference Chair Elise Stefanik and nearly 30 other Republicans are getting behind a resolution that would "expunge" former President Donald Trump's second impeachment.

Ohio Rep. Bob Gibbs seeks articles of impeachment against Biden

An Ohio congressman on Friday asked his GOP House colleagues to consider filing articles of impeachment against President Biden for an "unconstitutional" order to extend the eviction moratorium and for his "dereliction" of duty in securing the southern border. 

Graham Allen, running to unseat pro-impeachment Republican Rep. Tom Rice, raises $500K in six weeks

Conservative media personality Graham Allen, who announced his campaign to unseat Rep. Tom Rice in May, has already raised more than $500,000, he told Fox News.

Republicans who voted for impeachment face barrage of pro-Trump primary challengers

Nine out of the 10 Republicans who voted to impeach former President Donald Trump over his alleged role in inspiring the attack on the Capitol by a mob of his supporters are already facing primary challenges – and some of them may have a very hard time holding on to their seats.

Swalwell files lawsuit against Trump over Capitol riots

Rep. Eric Swalwell, one of the House impeachment managers, filed a lawsuit against former President Trump saying he must be held financially responsible for destruction on Jan. 6 when a pro-Trump mob stormed the Capitol.

Trump endorses Max Miller in primary against GOP Ohio Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, who voted for impeachment

Former President Donald Trump on Friday endorsed his former aide, Max Miller, in his primary challenge for incumbent Republican Ohio Rep. Anthony Gonzalez in the state’s 16th district.

Trump aide, 27, launches GOP primary bid against Kinzinger, blasts ‘Fake Republican’ incumbent

Just weeks after voting in support of the second impeachment of former President Donald Trump, U.S. Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Ill., is already facing a pro-Trump GOP primary challenger.

Trump still might face punishment for Capitol riot even after Senate impeachment acquittal

Former President Donald Trump on Saturday, after the Senate acquitted him of the impeachment charge against him, teased a return to the political arena in his post-presidency -- but he may still face efforts to punish him for the Jan. 6 attack on the Capitol by his supporters.

Dems ‘caved’ on witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, drawing condemnation from left and right

Democrat impeachment managers on Saturday drew harsh criticism from both the left and the right after their stark reversal on whether to call witnesses in the Senate trial of former President Donald Trump.

Dems ‘caved’ on witnesses in Trump impeachment trial, drawing condemnation from left and right

Democrat impeachment managers on Saturday drew harsh criticism from both the left and the right after their stark reversal on whether to call witnesses in the Senate trial of former President Donald Trump.