Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives moved closer on Wednesday to impeaching President Donald Trump as a key House committee began debating formal articles of impeachment that are expected to be brought to the House floor next week.
House Democrats have laid out the constitutional grounds for their case to impeach President Donald Trump, as the process gathers pace.
After months of sometimes-violent unrest in Hong Kong, an election with record turnout handed a big victory to pro-democracy local district council candidates, posing a new conundrum for Beijing and adding pressure on the city’s leader.
State house and senate in Democratic hands, while Kentucky governor vote too close to call
Resolution sets procedures for next phase of investigation, including allowance for public release of interview transcripts
A parade of U.S. diplomats will head to Capitol Hill for closed-door testimony this week as Democrats build their impeachment case against President Donald Trump, while the White House considers ways to slow down the process.
Ms Gabbard and Mr Castro will be only the second and third contenders to enter the race for the Democrats.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, right, and Senate minority leader Chuck Schumer said U.S. President Donald Trump walked out of a meeting with them at the White House Wednesday when they wouldn't agree to fund a border wall.