Faced with an impeachment inquiry, President Donald Trump has openly defied the core constructs of the Constitution.
The president said Biden “was only a good vice president because he understood how to kiss Barack Obama’s ass."
The party has drawn up a list of more than 60 target races, aiming to make impeachment a central theme.
President Donald Trump refuses to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry into his dealings with Ukraine.
The White House refused to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry, calling it an "unconstitutional" effort to overturn the 2016 election.
An eight-page letter to House leaders, including Speaker Nancy Pelosi, said that the White House will not cooperate with the inquiry into President Trump's actions.
Trump aides are honing their approach after two weeks of what allies have described as a listless and unfocused response to the impeachment probe.
The president's latest attempt at taunting the House speaker didn't exactly go as planned.
Democrats warned the president that defying the subpoena would be considered “evidence of obstruction," in the impeachment investigation.
Most activists are satisfied with House Democrats' approach, but some want more.
The House speaker said she "didn't have a choice" but to open an impeachment inquiry against President Trump.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, who appeared with Schiff, called the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump "sad."
Jessica Cisneros, an immigration attorney, is aiming to unseat the Texas congressman in 2020.
“She does the worst thing a woman in power can do ... she just changes her mind because the men around her said, ’Change your mind,'" Trump's aide claimed.
The "Queer Eye" star and the House speaker met on Capitol Hill to discuss the Equality Act and taking down discrimination against LGBTQ people.
The House speaker and Hillary Clinton both made powerful addresses at the NARAL Pro-Choice America 50th anniversary dinner.
Christine Pelosi's book “The Nancy Pelosi Way” will be released Nov. 26.
Here's the latest on polling on Trump, Ukraine, and impeachment — and why measuring public opinion about it all is so complicated.