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Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer announced that, early next week, the House will deliver the article of impeachment against Donald Trump and the trial will begin.
During his first full day in office, President Joe Biden got rid of a button that ex-President Donald Trump used to summon a butler serving Diet Coke.
“I thought there was gonna be a thousand people out here –– at least, at least.” A lone Donald Trump supporter showed up to what he thought would be a rally protesting President Joe Biden's inauguration — only to find out he was the only one there.
During his first official day in office, President Joe Biden crossed a lot of things off his to-do list and undid many of his predecessor’s policies.
Kamala Harris wore a purple outfit reportedly designed by Black men on her historic Inauguration Day, while others in attendance also donned some bold choices.
Lady Gaga used her powerhouse vocals to perform “The Star Spangled Banner” at Joe Biden’s inauguration and pointed to the flag as she sang “and the flag was still there" just weeks after the Capitol riot.
Capitol Police Officer Eugene Goodman escorted Vice President Kamala Harris to the inauguration ceremony following his heroic acts during the Capitol riot.
President Donald Trump granted clemency to more than 140 people, including former aides, political loyalists and rappers, just hours before leaving office.
President-elect Joe Biden has nominated Dr. Rachel Levine to be assistant secretary of health. The current Pennsylvania Health Secretary would be the first openly transgender federal official to be confirmed by the U.S. Senate.
In his strongest condemnation yet, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said President Donald Trump was to blame for the insurrection in the Capitol.
In the wake of the U.S. Capitol riot, officials are considering dramatically tightened security measures for President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, including closing the National Mall to the public.
Lisa Montgomery was sentenced to death for killing a pregnant woman and removing the fetus. Montgomery’s lawyers say the murder occured during a psychotic episode.
At least three lawmakers have tested positive for COVID-19 after sheltering in the U.S. Capitol with GOP members who refused to wear masks.
In his first public appearance since the Capitol Hill insurrection, President Donald Trump said everything he said before the riot was “appropriate.” But these clips of his speech show his words were anything but.
“Usually when the Senate tries to ram something through that quickly, it’s a conservative Supreme Court justice.” Late night hosts marveled at the possibility of President Donald Trump’s second impeachment following the deadly Capitol riot.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro compared Amazon removing Parler from its web-hosting service to the 1938 pogrom during which Nazis destroyed thousands of Jewish-owned businesses and synagogues, killed 91 Jews and deported 30,000 to concentration camps.
GOP Sens. Josh Hawley and Ted Cruz are facing mounting calls for their resignation or expulsion after the two Republican lawmakers played a key role in inciting the deadly riot at Capitol Hill.
More than 230 members of the House and Senate are now calling for President Donald Trump to be removed from office, either by impeachment or by invoking the 25th Amendment.
“How do you put in your two weeks’ notice when your job ends in less than two weeks?” Comedians roasted President Donald Trump’s aides for resigning after violence broke out on Capitol Hill.
President-elect Joe Biden called the individuals who rioted in the Capitol “domestic terrorists” and said President Donald Trump’s actions and rhetoric incited their violence.
One day after the insurrection in Washington, D.C., Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi called on the Vice President to invoke the 25th Amendment, to remove President Donald Trump from office.
President-elect Joe Biden has selected Merrick Garland as his attorney general. In 2016, the federal appeals court judge was refused a hearing to be confirmed as an associate justice of the Supreme Court.
“I swear we were writing jokes today.” Late night hosts dropped their jokes and got serious by weighing in on the violent mob of President Donald Trump’s supporters who stormed the Capitol.