Rappler's latest stories on impeachment
The self-avowed 'dirty trickster' is convicted of lying in testimony to Congress about acting as an intermediary between the Trump campaign and WikiLeaks
Stone is guilty on charges related to his efforts to spare the president embarrassment over the probe into Russian interference in the 2016 election
One of Donald Trump's impeachment lawyers claims he is free to do whatever he wants — even cheat in elections — if he believes it is in the national interest
(UPDATED) The firings come two days after the Senate acquitted Trump of charges he abused his office, and one day after he gave a victory speech branding his opponents as 'evil'
Actress Alyssa Milano, who watched part of the trial from the public gallery, praises lead Democratic prosecutor Adam Schiff's performance
In his first public comments since being acquitted by the Senate, President Donald Trump says he has been 'put through a terrible ordeal by some very dishonest and corrupt people'
However, political scientist Mark Rozell says a lower bar for impeachment may be no bad thing
Guaido enjoyed wide applause when Trump introduced him before Congress
Could the unpredictable president now decide he's above the law?
Fifty-two Republicans vote to acquit Trump of abuse of power while all 47 Democrats vote to convict and remove him from office
With the Republican Senate majority ready to toss out the impeachment charges in less than 24 hours, Trump is buoyant
And so it is that all our hopes for a calmer February may have been dashed. What happened last month anyway that could impact the coming weeks?
Censure allows senators to 'unite across party lines, and as an equal branch of this government' in denouncing Trump's 'unacceptable behavior,' Manchin argues
Key Republican senators say Trump's behavior was troubling but did not warrant removal
Republican senators say a vote for Donald Trump's acquittal is expected on Wednesday afternoon, February 5
If the witness motion is rejected, Mitch McConnell could call for a vote to acquit the president as soon as Friday
'What we have seen in the last couple of days is a descent into constitutional madness,' Adam Schiff tells the Senate trial
The White House is making an effort to block publication of an explosive book by Bolton, who is the former national security advisor
'Like war, impeachment is hell,' Starr tells the 100 senators who will decide Trump's fate. 'At least presidential impeachment is hell.'
Hunter Biden had been paid 'millions' of dollars to serve on the board of a Ukrainian gas company while his father was Barack Obama's vice president, claims one Trump lawyer
(UPDATED) John Bolton says US President Donald Trump wanted to tie Ukraine aid to a probe against his political rivals. Trump says Bolton's statements were made 'only to sell a book.'
Pat Cipollone argues that Democrats are asking the Senate to 'tear up all of the ballots' from the 2016 presidential election and attempting to prevent Donald Trump from running for reelection in November
'They’re not going turn to Russia. They’re not going turn to China…. They look to us because we are still the indispensable nation. They look to us because we have a rule of law,' says US Congressman Adam Schiff
Democrats continue to hope for subpoenas on 4 potential witnesses, while Trump's victory is virtually assured in a Republican-led US Senate
'If this conduct is not impeachable, then nothing is,' says head of prosecution Adam Schiff
Flexing his solid 53-47 majority, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell makes clear he would summarily block any Democratic attempts to change his rules
The 100 members of the Senate will decide if Trump abused his office and obstructed Congress as charged in the two articles of impeachment approved last month by the House of Representatives
(UPDATED) One source working with the president's legal team says impeachment process was 'illegitimate from the start,' adding, 'The president did nothing wrong'
'This is a brazen and unlawful attempt to overturn the results of the 2016 election and interfere with the 2020 election,' say the lawyers of embattled United States President Donald Trump
President Donald Trump will be chilling in Davos, where the world's movers and shakers gather each year for informal discussions on weighty issues. Detractors call it a talking shop for out-of-touch billionaires and celebrities.
The formal proceedings carry deep historical significance, as it marks only the 3rd time an impeachment trial has been held for a US president
The Ukrainian interior ministry says it could not ignore 'illegal activities' on its territory
(2nd UPDATE) 'So sad, so tragic for our country, that the actions taken by the president...has taken us to this place,' House Speaker Pelosi says
Adam Schiff, the Democratic lawmaker who led the House impeachment investigation into Donald Trump, will lead the prosecution team
'We will transmit those articles & name impeachment managers. The Senate must choose between the Constitution & a cover-up,' House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says
Once the House forwards the charges, the Senate has to begin trial proceedings within one day
The Senate trial is expected to be held quickly, with Republicans holding enough votes to easily dismiss the charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress
Democrats believe Bolton has direct knowledge supporting charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress by the president
'If the president would tweet a little bit less, it wouldn't cause brain damage. But the president does not have to take my advice, nor do I expect him to,' says Republican Senator John Kennedy, a key Trump ally
Top Senate Democrat Chuck Schumer meanwhile called the emails 'explosive'
The son of the magazine's late founder blasts the opinion piece and supports Trump
Putin describes the events in the US legislature as 'simply the continuation of a internal political fight' between Democrats and Republicans
The Democratic majority in the House, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, is expected to approve two articles of impeachment
Although the Quinnipiac University survey says the US president has a high of 43% for his job approval, that's still far below nearly all previous presidents in modern times at the same point in their administration
The acrimonious impeachment proceedings against President Donald Trump put the spotlight on the stark partisan split in the US capital over where the truth lies
Democrats and Republicans in the House Judiciary Committee vote along strict party lines, 23 to 17
Lawmakers in the televised hearing appear focused on speaking to voters, whose sentiment will be crucial if, as expected, US President Donald Trump goes on trial in the US Senate in January
(3rd UPDATE) The charges, if approved by the House of Representatives in a vote expected next week, would make Trump only the third US president to be impeached and placed on trial in the Senate
US media reports say the two articles of impeachment will focus on abuse of power and obstruction of Congress,a ccording to 3 officials familiar with the matter
Judiciary Committee chairman Jerry Nadler will convene his committee at 9:00 am Monday (1400 GMT; 10 pm, Manila time), to hear evidence from both Democratic and Republican lawyers from the intelligence and judiciary committees