In her first public comments since Representative Nita Lowey announced her retirement, Ms. Clinton said she was not considering running to replace her.
A new petition asks the justices to rule quickly, before the next election, on whether members of the Electoral College may vote their consciences.
The 1998 trial damaged Democrats more than Republicans.
Over the years, televised debates have yielded turning points for presidential contenders. We look at some pivotal moments from past debates and explain how they shaped the race.
Why are we so obsessed?
At its core, it is born out of the cold calculation that President Trump probably cannot stop the Democrat-led House from impeaching him.
Until Wednesday, he had resisted calling for President Trump’s impeachment. His experience as a senator helps explain his restraint.
Republican lawmakers were incensed. Yet President Trump has actually warped foreign policy for political reasons and they defend him.
In every other modern White House, enlisting foreign powers to obtain a political advantage at home was seen as unwise and politically dangerous, if not wrong.
Can Democrats and Republicans learn from the mistakes of 1998?
As both sides prepare for a potential Senate impeachment showdown, the focus is on how quickly Republicans might move to jettison the accusations.
The impeachment inquiry is laying him bare. It’s not a pretty sight.
As the party’s lawmakers wrestle with how to react to the investigation, we look at what the past may tell us about what’s to come.
“I would say the president is starting to unravel, but that would imply he was raveled in the first place,” Jimmy Kimmel joked Monday night.
The inquiry is examining whether the employees used secure channels and the proper classification designations for what appeared to be routine emails at the time.
President Trump sees himself as his own best spokesman, and many of his staff members are shrugging off the seriousness of what the president faces.
Caught between East and West, it is a place that attracts adventurers and carpetbaggers, who return home with “legacies, memories and skeletons for their closets.”
Twenty-five years after the infamous 1994 crime bill, too many criminal justice groups are simply reimagining mass incarceration.
Wary of the way Republicans and President Trump attacked Hillary Clinton in 2016, the Biden camp is looking for ways to control the story line.
Only two presidents have ever been put on trial. Democrats may make Trump the third.