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  1. For Trump, Impeachment May Be a Political Plus but Also a Personal Humiliation U.S., December 12

    As the House moves toward what even he says is an inevitable vote to impeach him for high crimes and misdemeanors, President Trump toggles between self-pity and combativeness.

  2. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  3. Will Trump Debate a Democrat in 2020? He’s Not So Sure. U.S., December 12

    The president’s concern is not so much whom he will be debating but the commission that runs the debates.

  4. From Nixon to Trump, Zoe Lofgren Is Democrats’ Memory on Impeachment U.S., December 11

    Ms. Lofgren, Democrat of California, is the lone Judiciary Committee member to have participated in all three modern impeachments.

  5. The Eight Counts of Impeachment That Trump Deserves Opinion, December 8

    The lessons from Nixon and Clinton.

  6. The World Solved the Ozone Problem. It Can Solve Climate Change. Opinion, December 7

    The same tools that fixed the ozone hole — science, innovation and international action — can address it.

  7. Indictment Details How Emirates Sought Influence in 2016 Campaign U.S., December 5

    In charges unsealed this week, the Justice Department laid out new elements of an effort by an American ally to buy access in Washington.

  8. What Is the Impeachment Process? A Step-by-Step Guide Interactive, December 2

    A detailed look at each stage in a process that could lead to the removal of President Trump.

  9. Trump Is the Founders’ Worst Nightmare Opinion, December 2

    Once in the Oval Office, a demagogue can easily stay there.

  10. Long Before Trump, Impeachment Loomed Over Multiple Presidents U.S., November 30

    While only three previous presidents faced serious threat of removal, one out of four confronted formal accusations in the House.

  11. Can Trump Challenge His Impeachment in the Supreme Court? U.S., November 25

    The president has vowed to ask the justices to intercede, but the Constitution and precedents are against him.

  12. Can the Supreme Court Save Itself? Opinion, November 21

    Two cases threaten to reinforce its image as a political captive of the Trump administration.

  13. Who Won the Democratic Debate? Campaign Experts Weighed In U.S., November 21

    Kamala Harris, Pete Buttigieg, Amy Klobuchar and Cory Booker stood out at the fifth Democratic primary debate in Atlanta.

  14. What Do We Hear When Women Speak? U.S., November 20

    Four female moderators. Four female candidates. That’s more women on a presidential debate stage than ever before. So what will listeners hear?

  15. Mueller and Comey Failed Their Tests. She Passed Hers. Opinion, November 17

    Marie Yovanovitch chose her country over what others might think of her.

  16. Admit It: You Don’t Know How Impeachment Works. We Can Help. Video, November 15

    Explosive testimony. News media frenzies. A trial in the Senate. Here is how impeachment works — and how it has played out in the past.