The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine says she was the target of a smear campaign. As she testifies, President Trump attacks her on Twitter.
Sick of impeachment news? Not the case during Watergate
Public hearings into the impeachment inquiry started Wednesday. After six hours of monologues, grandstanding, and political theater, you might be ready to tune it all out. But the Watergate hearings were can’t-miss TV.
Analyzing day 1 of the public impeachment hearings
William Taylor, the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, testified today before the House Intelligence Committee. He sat alongside another career State Department official, George Kent. Democrats wanted to prove that President Trump had corrupt intent. Republicans wanted to prove that the Democrats were pursuing a politically motivated investigation with no merit.
Some California cops: convicted of crimes, still on the job
California has one of the weakest systems in the country for punishing police officers who’ve committed crimes, such as drunk driving, pedophilia, and manslaughter. A group of newsrooms worked together to create a public list of all of these officers.
Inside DACA’s Supreme Court challenge
The Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program faces a big test before the Supreme Court on Tuesday. We learn what’s at stake before the court, and hear from a DACA recipient who’ll be there.