The State Dept. official told investigators the president's lawyer Rudy Giuliani was poisoning policy with "his campaign of lies."
The diplomat returned to Kyiv after the ouster of former Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.
If Trump is unhappy with how the impeachment process is unfolding, he has mostly Republicans to blame. After all, they are the ones who have written the rules that impeachment investigations follow.
More than 85 percent of the city is under water, including famed St. Mark's Basilica, raising concerns over damage to mosaics and other artworks.
A failure to pay his debts within the given time will see Wang Sicong join the ranks of "discredited" people.
A witness in U.S. custody is detailing a multi-billion-dollar sanction-busting scheme involving Iran and Turkey. But Trump keeps protecting Turkey.
He is the most senior Catholic to be found guilty of sexually abusing children and was sentenced to six years in prison.
The nation is facing political instability and protests over disputed election results that led Evo Morales to resign as president.
The week will feature testimony from several key witnesses.
Analysis: Bureaucrats will strike back as Democrats argue the president corruptly abused his foreign policy power to score political points.
Groypers, as they call themselves, fuse online political extremism with stunts at conservative events.
Though some seasonal variation is natural with the jet stream, there are some indications that climate change is affecting the waviness of these air currents.
After a gigantic promotion, followed by an epic fail, is Disney+ already a victim of its own success?
It's the first one in Congress in over 20 years and will allow the American public to hear the evidence for themselves.
"Impeachment noise has moved what was hard to herculean," Sanford said.
Stone, 67, could face prison time if convicted in the trial.
The justices heard nearly an hour and a half of oral arguments as hundreds of DACA supporters rallied outside.
The former national security director was especially critical of the president's handling of Turkey, according to multiple sources present for his remarks.
State Dept. official Mina Chang claimed to be a Harvard Business School "alumna" who ran a nonprofit that worked in 40 countries.
Analysis: With the House set to begin televised proceedings into how the president dealt with Ukraine, keep an eye on the polls.
The high water invaded cafes, stores and other businesses, as the water level peaked at over four feet.
Other animals including giraffe, buffalo and impala are also dying, a national parks official said, and the situation can improve only after rains return.
The clashes came a day after police shot a protester at close range and a man was doused with petrol and set on fire.
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On Tuesday, the Supreme Court takes up a case that will determine the fate of the Obama-era program that has allowed about 800,000 young people who entered the country as children.
Clinton said the public needs to know what is in the report, as Britain prepares for a general election.