Impeachment

The "Late Show" host said one key piece of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's testimony featured a couple of things the president hates.
The way this reporter intently drained a large coffee in the background of Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman's testimony really resonated with viewers.
The former National Security Council expert on Russia testifies that he "didn’t necessarily always act" on EU ambassador Gordon Sondland's ideas.
Several top officials with potentially valuable knowledge have refused to come to Capitol Hill.
The former special envoy to Ukraine is one of many establishment Republicans who tried in vain to change the Trump administration from within.
Ranking member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) kicked things off by ignoring Alexander Vindman's rank of lieutenant colonel, and other Republicans piled on.
Rep. Chris Stewart (R-Utah) appeared to belittle Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s military rank, questioning his dress uniform and why he previously corrected his title to Ranking Member Devin Nunes (R-Calif.).
Lt. Col Alexander Vindman and State Department official Jennifer Williams testified about their concerns with President Trump's call with Ukrainian President Zelensky.
“I’m an American,” the Army lieutenant colonel said in impeachment proceedings. “I came here when I was a toddler. I immediately dismissed these offers.”
President Donald Trump dismissed the impeachment hearings as a “Kangaroo Court” and riffed on the the military uniform of witness Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, a purple heart recipient.
The former secretary of state said "everyone understands" that using American aid as a bargaining chip isn't right.
"Do not worry," the top Ukraine expert for the National Security Council told his father, who fled the Soviet Union with his family 40 years ago.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman said he believes Trump offered Ukraine little choice if it wanted to receive U.S. military aid.
A former Watergate prosecutor has predicted that new public testimony from Gordon Sondland could spell the end for President Donald Trump.
Read live updates as the top Ukraine expert for the National Security Council and an aide to Mike Pence are questioned by the House Intelligence Committee.
The inexperienced diplomat Trump is relying upon to deny a quid pro quo got his position after donating $1 million to Trump's inaugural committee.
Nick Akerman says an upcoming public hearing in the impeachment inquiry against Trump will prove pivotal.
The State Department officials testified earlier this month in closed-door hearings in the investigation into alleged abuses of power by President Trump.
The former U.N. ambassador attacks the husband of a Trump aide for calling Rep. Elise Stefanik "lying trash." Conway bites back.