Of the 10 House Republicans who voted to impeach President Donald Trump, Rep. Anthony Gonzalez of Ohio has said he will not stand for reelection. In the face of tough primary challenges from the right of the party and redistricting, can any of the remaining nine survive the 2022 midterms? What does this say about the Republican Party and Donald Trump's role?
“Impeachment: American Crime Story” may be crafted to look like it’s the Monica Lewinsky story but it’s really a better peek at Linda Tripp, the woman who befriended and, ultimately, betrayed her.
Cuomo's stepped down after a swift and dramatic descent like so many Albany politicians in recent decades: under the weight of personal and governmental scandal.
Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo could be ousted “in a matter of weeks, not months” if a committee charged with investigating the Democratic governor recommends the legal articles of impeachment to the full Assembly, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said Monday.
Melissa DeRosa, a fixture next to Gov. Andrew Cuomo for months during his coronavirus news conferences, resigned late Sunday on the heels of a…
The state Assembly committee in charge of the impeachment investigation of Gov. Andrew Cuomo is wrapping up work that is expected to lead to an impeachment vote by the full Assembly in early September.
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"Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo cannot survive in office," writes The News' Editorial Board.
An explosive report accusing Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo of repeatedly sexually harassing female government employees has left the three-term governor seemingly facing a choice between resignation or impeachment.
Assemblyman Charles Lavine said he had served a demand upon the governor that no retaliation take place against people cooperating with an impeachment investigation.
Allegations by several women that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo sexually harassed them and his administration's attempts to hide data about COVID…
"The Republican Party is not about one guy," Sasse said.
Seven Republican senators chose to take the obvious political risk of voting to convict Trump and they included Nebraska's Ben Sasse.
Donald Trump's unprecedented second impeachment trial ended in acquittal Saturday. Here's a recap of each day of the trial, as well as a look at what happens next.
Seven Republicans voted to convict former President Trump in his Senate trial, easily the largest number to ever vote to find a president of their own party guilty at impeachment proceedings.
Seven Republican senators joined with Democrats in voting to convict and declare former President Donald Trump guilty at the conclusion of his second impeachment trial.
Enough senators cast “not guilty” votes to acquit Donald Trump of inciting the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The vote will give the former president an historic second acquittal in an impeachment trial.
Sasse was one of seven Republicans to join the Democrats in voting to convict.