President Donald Trump's Twitter attack on an impeachment witness during her testimony on Friday drew a furious response from Democrats.
Some Republican lawmakers and pundits claim the president should be allowed to confront the intelligence community whistleblower whose complaint set off the current firestorm over Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine. This argument is utterly preposterous.
In contrast to their day jobs promoting American interests, often through discrete conversations, Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, and Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for Europe, were asked to publicly testify against an administration and a president they continue to serve.
A witness testified at Wednesday's first public impeachment hearing that President Donald Trump seemed to care more about his own political interests than about Ukraine's welfare as the US leader assessed ties with that country.
The emerging strategy of House Republicans to argue that WH advisers went rogue — without the authorization of Donald Trump — to press Ukraine to provide dirt on a political opponent puts Mick Mulvaney, John Eisenberg, Rudy Giuliani and others in a precarious and even life-changing dilemma.
They two sides, who've been fighting since 2014, began withdrawing from the village of Petrivske in the disputed Donbass region on Saturday.
The pullout could pave the way for a high-stake summit between Ukraine, Russia, France and Germany.
As events surrounding the impeachment inquiry unfold quickly — and occasionally too quickly to digest fully — there is a tendency to assume things we do not yet know and to color things we think we know.
The three House committees leading the Trump impeachment inquiry released Monday two transcripts of the behind-closed-doors interviews they have so far conducted.
The Pittsburgh terrorist’s statements make it clear he was driven by white genocide theory: The notion that white-majority nations in Europe, America and Australasia are being turned into white-minority states via immigration.
The Ukrainian Army announced a pullback from the town of Zolote, in the region of Luhansk, had begun on Tuesday night, whilst Russian-backed separatists said they were also complying.
Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman will reportedly say that "I did not think it was proper to demand that a foreign government investigate a U.S. citizen."
Hunter Biden provided legal advice to a Romanian charged with real estate fraud, at a time when his father was pushing corruption reforms in the country.
Taylor's testimony raised serious concerns about Trump's denials of a quid pro quo.
It’s long been an open secret in Washington that many of the career Republicans who fawn over President Donald Trump in public have nothing good to say about him in private.
Lutsenko is the Ukrainian official who prosecutors say urged 2 Giuliani associates to push for the ouster of Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador.
The inflow of illicit tobacco from the EU’s eastern border continues to flourish. The EU should make the most of the current situation and encourage both Ukraine and Belarus to further commit to tackling a problem.
Zelensky started the "marathon" press conference from 10:00 am local time and took the last questions shortly after midnight.
Through his books, the writer Andrei Kurkov has discovered the many faces of Ukraine, a country that remains in the eye of the hurricane.
Arming Ukraine will almost always result in a stronger Russian response. Rather than end the conflict, military assistance risks prolonging it.
The inspector general, Michael Atkinson, had deemed the whistleblower complaint at the center of the impeachment inquiry an "urgent concern."
It is the first concrete sign of how Ukraine plans to handle investigations that are being closely watched in Washington amid possible impeachment of Donald Trump.
The US House Intelligence Committee released text messages between a Zelensky aide and US diplomats
Trump has repeatedly accused Hunter Biden of using a 2013 trip on Air Force Two with his father to procure $1.5 billion from China for a fund he started.
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy has agreed to provide special status for the Donbas and hold elections in the separatist-controlled eastern region, a breakthrough in talks to end the five-year conflict.
Something important was missing from the phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy: any sign of what we think of as Trumpian nationalism.