Author: MAEVE RESTON, CNN

Somber Pelosi wields her impeachment power in 'sadness'

As the US House debated President Donald Trump's impeachment Wednesday, dozens of Republican members delivered angry speeches decrying "mob rule" and the Democrats' "sham trial" as the President fired off taunts from the White House.

Pete Buttigieg's rise brings on the scrutiny

For a time, Pete Buttigieg was on a glide path as he ascended in the Democratic race for president, emerging unscathed from the fall debates and raking in donations as he built a juggernaut in early states.

Buttigieg fends off questions on experience following surge in polls

The leading Democratic candidates for president made strong appeals to African American voters Wednesday night -- particularly women -- as they drew a direct line between re-creating the coalition that elected Barack Obama in 2008 and defeating President Donald Trump in 2020.

Graham doesn't rule out impeachment if new evidence emerges

In another sign of the dangerous predicament facing President Donald Trump, his longtime ally Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said in an interview that aired Sunday night that he could not rule out the possibility of impeachment if new evidence emerges.

Romney out front of GOP with criticisms of Trump's Ukraine call

For days, Utah Sen. Mitt Romney had been a lone Republican voice expressing concern about President Donald Trump's July phone call with Volodymyr Zelensky in which Trump asked Ukraine's President to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his family.

Trump's California trip marked by pair of clashes

Even before President Donald Trump arrived in California on Tuesday, his administration issued yet another pre-emptive strike at the state that likes to pride itself as the center of the resistance to his agenda.