This appeal comes after a federal court declined for a second time to block subpoenas for his personal tax records.
Former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch testified Friday that the president's public statements about her have made her feel intimidated and threatened.
Alongside Newsy reporters, The Fulcrum's David Hawkings watched nearly every minute of public testimony. So here's what you need to know.
Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch faced very different questions from Democrats and Republicans during her public testimony Friday.
The impeachment inquiry is confusing. PolitiFact helps us explain the process and answers some of your questions.
The memo from the April 21 conversation was released just moments before public hearings in the impeachment inquiry resumed Friday.
A former federal prosecutor told Bloomberg she wouldn't be surprised if Giuliani is indicted.
Viewership fell short in comparison to other recent political hearings.
Senate Intel Committee member Marco Rubio on impeachment: "I always prefer to let voters decide."
Deval Patrick is a late entry in the race, Michael Bloomberg is inching in and Hillary Clinton is sounding wistful. What does it mean for Democrats?
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi spoke to reporters Thursday about the first day of public testimony in the impeachment investigation.
Wolf replaces Kevin McAleenan, who held the role of acting secretary for eight months.
Patrick made the announcement in a video posted online early Thursday morning.
A full federal appeals court decided to let stand an earlier ruling that says Congress can seek eight years of President Donald Trump's tax records.
The career diplomat has testified about a "concerted campaign" to get her fired and said some of the president's comments made her feel "threatened."
Former Ambassador Bill Taylor and diplomate George Kent testified publicly before House lawmakers Wednesday.
The Wall Street Journal says U.S. military officials alerted commanding officers to potential war crimes by Turkish-backed Arab forces in October.
The U.S. security concerns about Chinese telecom firms stem more from potential threats than evidence of bad actions.
Ginsburg will read the briefs for the two cases she's absent for.
The Senate Foreign Relations Committee passed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act in September. But no floor vote has been scheduled.
The Justice Department Inspector General's Office is reportedly in its "critical final step" of releasing the report.
According to HHS, 5.6 million people with serious mental health illness also used illicit drugs.
Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson reported the anonymous whistleblower's complaint to Congress in September.
The arguments all center around President Trump's July call with Urkainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy.
Two of the witnesses include a top Ukraine expert on the National Security Council and the former U.S. envoy to Ukraine.
Televised impeachment hearings have shifted public opinion in the past, but that may not be the case this time around.