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After Trump acquittal, Republicans see 'battle for soul of party'

Washington - A day after the Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial, America was weighing how long a shadow the former president will cast -- over his party, and over the country.

What's next for Trump, the Republican Party and Biden?

Washington - The US Senate acquitted Donald Trump on Saturday of the charge of inciting the January 6 assault on the US Capitol in an unprecedented second impeachment trial.

Trump impeachment trial nears end with verdict expected

Washington - The US Senate was expected to deliver a verdict in Donald Trump's impeachment trial this weekend after his lawyers argued Friday that the former president bears no responsibility for an attack by supporters on Congress after he failed to win reelection...

House impeachment prosecutors wrap up case against Trump

Washington - House prosecutors wrapped up their impeachment case against Donald Trump on Thursday, urging the Senate to convict the former president of inciting the January 6 attack on the US Capitol.

Impeachment prosecutors to wrap up case against Trump

Washington - Impeachment prosecutors are expected to wrap up their case against ex-president Donald Trump in the US Senate Thursday, backed by chilling footage that showed senior politicians fleeing for their lives during last month's assault on Congress.

As Trump trial opens, evidence mounts Capitol attack was planned

Washington - On December 19, Beverly Hills salon owner Gina Bisignano read a tweet from president Donald Trump: "Big protest in D.C. on January 6th. Be there, will be wild!

Fast pace expected for Trump's second impeachment trial

Washington - Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial, which opens Tuesday, will follow rules codified in 1868, but the proceedings will run on a tight schedule agreed by Republicans and Democrats.

Trump trial begins but Republicans signal likely acquittal

Washington - Donald Trump's second impeachment trial began Tuesday with harrowing video footage of his supporters' assault on Congress, but Republican senators made clear how difficult it will be to win a conviction.

All eyes on Washington as Trump second impeachment trial starts

Washington - The US Senate gavels in Tuesday on Donald Trump's historic second impeachment trial, with his defense team decrying it as a "brazen political act" of retribution and Democratic prosecutors arguing that the ex-president wilfully incited a violent insurr...

Another trial for the ages: Senate to judge Trump over riot

Washington - One year after his first impeachment, former president Donald Trump finds himself the subject of an unprecedented second trial beginning Tuesday in the Senate, whose members must determine whether he incited a deadly assault on the US Capitol.

Who are the pivotal figures in Trump's Senate trial?

Washington - Here we go again.The defendant in the coming week's impeachment trial -- Donald Trump -- remains the same, but several leading figures in the Senate proceedings have changed from the previous effort to oust the now-former president.

Trump refuses to testify in 'unconstitutional' impeachment trial

Washington - Former president Donald Trump refused Thursday to testify in his looming impeachment trial after being called by House prosecutors to give evidence, branding the process "unconstitutional.

Trump asked to testify in Senate impeachment trial

Washington - Democratic lawmakers leading the impeachment case against Donald Trump requested Thursday the former president to testify in his looming trial for allegedly inciting insurrection in the attack on the US Capitol last month.

Trump 'singularly responsible' for riot, impeachment trial brief claims

Washington - Donald Trump was "singularly responsible" for the deadly US Capitol riot last month and acquitting the former president could damage American democracy, lawmakers leading the impeachment case said Tuesday, a week before his Senate trial begins.

Dozens of lawmakers leaving GOP as party turns into 'Trump Cult'

Washington - Donald Trump's grip on the Republican party is now being likened to a cult. Dozens of lawmakers, many of them in former President George W. Bush’s administration are leaving the party, saying they no longer recognize the party they served.

Trump impeachment lawyers leave team: US media

Washington - Several of former US president Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers have left his team a little over a week before his trial, US media reported Saturday.

House sends Trump impeachment article to Senate, triggering trial

Washington - The US House of Representatives presented a single article of impeachment to the Senate on Monday accusing Donald Trump of inciting the storming of the Capitol, setting in motion the first-ever impeachment trial of a former president.

Trump impeachment article to be sent to Senate, triggering trial

Washington - US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is set to send the Senate a single article of impeachment Monday accusing Donald Trump of inciting the Capitol riot, formally triggering the first-ever impeachment trial of a former president.

Peru's Congress to retry president for impeachment

- Peru's Congress on Monday voted to try again to impeach President Martin Vizcarra for alleged "moral incapacity" after he survived a first attempt weeks ago, setting a date of November 9 for him to defend himself.

Op-Ed: Blatantly interfering in U.S. election is grounds for impeachment

Interference in the U.S. election process is the most dangerous threat to our democracy - but never mind China or Russia meddling in our elections. Our biggest threat is the man we elected to protect our Constitution, President Donald Trump.

Trump recalls EU ambassador who testified at his impeachment: US media

Washington - President Donald Trump on Friday dismissed a second government official who had testified in his impeachment probe, recalling ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland, US media reported.

Trump takes impeachment victory lap over 'vicious' Democrats

Washington - President Donald Trump celebrated his impeachment acquittal Thursday in a rambling, emotional speech raging against the investigations that have overshadowed his entire administration.

Post-impeachment, how far will unleashed Trump go?

Washington - Donald Trump was acquitted of high crimes in his impeachment trial Wednesday -- but could the unpredictable president now decide he's above the law?The question hangs over a nervous, divided Washington.

In political triumph, Trump acquitted in impeachment trial

Washington - President Donald Trump was acquitted by the US Senate on Wednesday following a historic impeachment trial that shone a harsh light on America's divisions, without ever shaking the loyalty of his voter base.

Republican Romney says he'll vote to convict Trump

Washington - Republican Senator Mitt Romney of Utah said US President Donald Trump is guilty of an "appalling abuse of public trust" and he will vote to convict him later Wednesday at his Senate impeachment trial.

Trump set for Senate acquittal in boost for reelection fight

Washington - President Donald Trump was set to win acquittal from impeachment on Wednesday, hours after his partisan State of the Union speech triggered unprecedented protests from Democrats in a seething display of US political divisions.

Inviting rival to speech, Trump vows to 'smash' Venezuela's Maduro

Washington - US President Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to "smash" the rule of Venezuela’s leftist leader Nicolas Maduro as he welcomed his rival to his annual address before Congress.

Inviting rival to speech, Trump vows to 'smash' Venezuela's Maduro

Washington - US President Donald Trump vowed Tuesday to "smash" the rule of Venezuela’s leftist leader Nicolas Maduro as he welcomed his rival to his annual address before Congress.

Unity in shreds as triumphant Trump makes case for re-election

Washington - President Donald Trump's State of the Union address became a shocking display of US divisions Tuesday with Democrats protesting the Republican's boasts before their leader, Nancy Pelosi, ripped up her copy of the speech on live television.

Democrats, White House wrap up case at Trump Senate trial

Washington - Democratic prosecutors declaring "no one is above the law" went head to head with White House lawyers as closing arguments wrapped up at President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial, setting the stage for his likely acquittal on Wednesday.
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