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Governor John Bel Edwards wins by a narrow margin against Republican businessman Eddie Rispone
White House's Ukraine expert Timothy Morrison says, however, the summary of the July 25 call had been placed on a highly classified system due to a 'mistake' by White House staff
(UPDATED) Former US ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch testifies before US Congress about intimidation from Trump and the 'smear campaign' against her
Earlier witnesses in the inquiry said US envoy Marie Yovanovitch was removed after a smear campaign involving Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. Yovanovitch will now tell her side of the story.
The US president's attorneys argue that Trump enjoys immunity both from prosecution and from any acts of investigation
The decision marked the second time an appeals court has denied Donald Trump's attempt to avoid a House subpoena that calls for him to turn over 8 years of accounting documents
Witnesses in Day 1 of the impeachment inquiry against US President Donald Trump are Washington's top envoy to Kiev William Taylor, and deputy assistant secretary of state George Kent
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump dismisses the probe in the Democratic-led House of Representatives as a 'witch hunt' and says he is 'too busy' to watch the first public hearings
Watch on Rappler! US House lawmakers hold a public hearing with US charge d'affaires in Kiev Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent.
On the day the impeachment process shifts to public hearings in Congress, Trump's meeting and joint press conference with Erdogan at the other end of Pennsylvania Avenue promises extra fireworks
The investigation threatens to make Donald Trump only the third US president to be impeached, after Andrew Johnson in 1868 and Bill Clinton in 1998
'A deal could happen soon,' United States President Donald Trump tells business leaders, while also saying tariffs would be jacked up if no deal is reached with China
Trump is threatened with removal from office over allegations he abused his powers and broke the law by pressuring Ukraine to supply damaging information on rival Democrats and possible 2020 presidential election challenger Joe Biden
The hearings begin on November 13, with the first witnesses two officials who have already provided evidence against Trump in private testimony: Bill Taylor and Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent
Analysts say that the billionaire's candidacy could do the most harm against frontrunner Joe Biden's prospects
Testimony released earlier in the day from Deputy Assistant Secretary of State George Kent adds to evidence Donald Trump may have abused his office and violated election laws
The New York attorney general says: '(The ruling) is a major victory in our efforts to protect charitable assets and hold accountable those who would abuse charities for personal gain'
A veteran diplomat who advises Vice President Mike Pence on Europe and Russia, Jennifer Williams will be the first person from the vice president's office to testify
Amid calls by the US president to expose the whistleblower, Donald Trump Jr. tweets the name of a CIA analyst which has circulated online for weeks
Juli Briskman lost her job after the snapshot of her gesture spread across media and the internet in 2017, but she says getting fired also opened 'a lot of doors'
Major powers express regret and concern after President Donald Trump moves forward with a pullout from the Paris climate accord despite mounting evidence of the reality and impact of climate change
Democrats are projected to win closely-watched elections in two states, results signaling troubling headwinds for his 2020 re-election campaign
Gunmen ambush the members of the LeBaron family – a large clan of Mormons who emigrated to Mexico in the late 19th century – on a rural road on Monday
Donald Trump and Boris Johnson reaffirm commitment to US-UK ties through 'a robust bilateral free trade agreement' once Brexit completes, US deputy press secretary Judd Deere says
The heads of 7 top security-related agencies say, 'Russia, China, Iran, and other foreign malicious actors all will seek to interfere in the voting process or influence voter perceptions'
(UPDATED) Gordon Sondland, US ambassador to the EU, tells Ukraine Advisor Andriy Yermak 'resumption of US aid would not likely occur until Ukraine provided the anti-corruption statement that we had been discussing for weeks'
Jeremy Corbyn, Boris Johnson's main rival in the snap December 12 poll, has struggled to explain his position on Brexit ever since Britons narrowly triggered the divorce in a 2016 referendum
(UPDATED) President Donald Trump goes ahead with the pullout despite mounting evidence of the reality and impact of climate change
The sparsely attended address from National Security Advisor Robert O'Brien stood in contrast to earlier ASEAN meetings, which had all been attended by most heads of state
Taking a line of attack he first used last year when fires killed 86 people in northern California, Trump blames Governor Gavin Newsom, saying he had done 'a terrible job of forest management'
The building political clash – fueled by the House's impeachment inquiry into Trump – appears to virtually guarantee another year of sharp division in a nation long weary of such drama
Several dozen protesters carrying placards with slogans such as 'Trump/Pence Out Now!' and 'Headlock Him Up' demonstrate outside Madison Square Garden as Trump arrives for the pay-per-view spectacle
A cordless reciprocating saw that sells for as little as $100 can slice through the wall in minutes, the Washington Post reports
Trump and his surrogates have suggested that Kiev hacked Democratic National Committee servers and planted evidence to frame Russia
The US cannot ask to leave the Paris accord until November 4, 2019
Chad Wolf is the 5th official under Trump to lead homeland security, a department that oversees immigration-related agencies
In unprecedented criticism of a candidate to be British premier from a sitting US president, Donald Trump says that Labour Party leader Jeremy Corbyn would be 'so bad' in the role
The chamber votes along party lines, 232 to 196, to pass a resolution that lays out rules for the next stages of the impeachment process
'If we don't hold this president accountable, we could be ceding our ability to hold any president accountable,' says Jim McGovern, chariman of the House Rules Committee
According to the US account, Conan was injured chasing Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi into a dead end tunnel in his Syrian hideout, where the cornered ISIS leader detonated a suicide vest, killing himself and two children
'We took this step to help keep the US economy strong in the face of global developments,' says United States Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell
Democrats lay out a formal roadmap for President Donald Trump's impeachment while accumulating more evidence to support charges he improperly pushed Ukraine to boost his own 2020 electoral prospects
National Security Council Ukraine expert Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman is the first witness to have personally listened in on the July 25 phone call at the core of the impeachment inquiry
But US President Donald Trump does not identify the person or give more detail on how he was killed
The effort to hold a formal vote appears aimed in part at pushing back against Republican criticism the investigation was not providing Donald Trump with due process
Trump attends game 5 of the series on the day his administration announces the death of Islamic State group leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
Trump – threatened by a snowballing impeachment threat in Washington and stung by widespread criticism of his overall Syria policy – needs the victory to be his
(4th UPDATE) 'He died like a dog. He died like a coward. The world is now a much better place,' Trump says in a televised broadcast announcing the death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the world's most wanted man
(5th UPDATE) US media cites multiple government sources as saying Baghdadi may have killed himself with a suicide vest as US special operations forces descended
(UPDATED) The inquiry could further muddy the political waters in Washington, raising questions about the now-ended Russia investigation led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller