Live blog with the latest news coverage from the House Judiciary Committee's first impeachment inquiry hearing on Trump and Ukraine.
The FBI was contacted out of an abundance of caution after the emailed threats were made this week, a campaign official said.
Candidates have released ambitious proposals to reshape the American school system — from free public college to erasing student debt.
The president's personal lawyer is at the center of questions about Trump's handling of aid to Ukraine.
Analysis: They know they need to use the upcoming hearings to translate the facts of the case — laid out in Tuesday's bombshell report — into support for the ultimate constitutional remedy.
The 300-page report contains several new conclusions.
The report, issued by the Democratic-led House Intelligence Committee, cited two instances of improper conduct by the president.
The report cited two acts of improper conduct: withholding aid from Ukraine on the condition of investigating a rival, and obstruction of the inquiry.
The California Democrat, who had announced her bid for the White House nearly a year ago, said she doesn't have the money to continue.
The California lawmaker had announced her bid for the White House a year ago
Sen. Mitt Romney, R-Utah, criticized his fellow Republicans for spreading the debunked theory, telling reporters Tuesday that "we have to adhere to the facts."
Prison officials had scheduled December 9 execution for one federal death row inmate.
Trump sued Deutsche Bank and Capital One to stop them from complying with subpoenas seeking the information.
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"We need Ukraine's help to defeat THIS guy?" Kellyanne Conway tweeted. "Your boss apparently thought so," her husband responded.
Trump has claimed Mueller applied to be FBI director and was "turned down." But the documents don't back up the president's version of events.
A report from the Democratic majority on the House Intelligence Committee is expected to be approved by vote Tuesday.
The Republican lawmakers concluded there was no evidence of any wrongdoing by Trump.
The disclosure was made during a court hearing in New York related to the case of Lev Parnas and Igor Fruman.
The California lawmaker was reported to have used the money for trips abroad, bar tabs, affairs and more.
"You're asking us to take a case in which the other side has thrown in the towel and opine on a law that's not on the books anymore," Justice Sonia Sotomayor said.
The decision comes after the publication, founded by 2020 Democratic candidate Michael Bloomberg, announced it will not investigate its boss or Democrats, while continuing its coverage of Trump.
The two-term governor of Montana fell short of qualification requirements for multiple debates and failed to gain traction in polling.
White House Counsel Pat Cippollone left open the possiblity that President Donald Trump may participate in future hearings.
Sestak, the ninth candidate to leave the race, blamed lack of media attention for torpedoing his fundraising.