Donald Trump’s acquittal at his second impeachment trial may not be the final word on whether he’s to blame for the deadly Capitol riot. The next step for the former president could be the courts. Now a private citizen, Trump is stripped of
The recent vote to acquit Donald Trump in his second impeachment trial is an excellent reason to abolish the antiquated legislative body. Simply put, the Senate has outlived any usefulness it once had, and we’re long overdue a change if we want
The US Senate acquittal of Donald Trump was on expected lines. This was Trump’s second impeachment trial in a year, with fellow Republicans blocking conviction over the former president’s role in the deadly assault by his supporters on the US
President Joe Biden had barely occupied the Oval Office long enough to arrange his desk and hang pictures, but voters already held firm opinions about his job performance. That’s how polarised Americans are. In California, 89% of Democrats approved
As newly-elected Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis launches a wide-ranging investigation into possible election fraud by former President Donald Trump, some of her constituents worry that the nationally watched probe will distract
US Representative Marjorie Taylor Greene, the Republican conspiracy theorist from Georgia, told her House colleagues that she came by her wacko views honestly: It was Google that led her astray. It wasn’t her fault she embraced a movement
Challenge yourself, if you dare. It has only been 12 months since we went through all of this with Donald Trump the first time. But can you remember the details? Yes, it was something about Ukraine and Joe Biden, and Joe Biden’s son, and military aid.
Trump will be prosecuted by a team of Democrat lawmakers from the House of Representatives which voted on January 13th to impeach him on charges of misconduct while he was still in office
Political crisis in brewing in Peru — yet again. The country’s leftist President Pedro Castillo faces a likely vote this week in a fragmented and notoriously fickle Congress on whether to launch impeachment proceedings that could push him out of power just months into his administration.