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The Democrats have a cunning plan to get Trump re-elected

The bid to impeach the president failed, Iowa was a disaster and Adam Schiff is a PR nightmare

Trump trial opens with fiery clashes over witnesses

The two sides squared off in fiery exchanges that circled around the procedures for the trial and gave the Democrats an opportunity to spell out their arguments for Trump's guilt on national television

Trump rejects climate ‘prophets of doom’ as Thunberg warns Davos

The 50th meeting of the World Economic Forum (WEF) got under way in the ski resort with an avowed focus on climate change but with starkly different visions over global warming laid bare

Historic Trump impeachment trial to begin in earnest

President Donald Trump's historic impeachment trial begins in earnest on Tuesday in the Senate, with Democrats calling for his removal from...

Trump trial likely to begin next Tuesday: Senate chief

The Senate impeachment trial of US President Donald Trump is likely to begin in seven days with key players sworn in later this week,...

Fireworks expected as televised Trump impeachment hearings open

Trump says the inquiry is "corrupt" and "illegal," and maintains he did nothing wrong

Trump denounces impeachment inquiry as a ‘coup’

Trump faces the possibility of becoming only the third US president ever impeached by Congress

The whistle-blower, impeachment and Trump phone call: What we know

This is what we know about the affair launched by a complaint from a mysterious whistle-blower in the US intelligence community

EXPLAINER: Why Trump has not been impeached — and likely won’t be

Trump will not be removed from office until Republicans in the House decide to support the idea or the midterms hand the Democrats more seats

Explainer: Recall, motion of no confidence and impeachment

What are the differences and implications of these three processes? Find out in this handy guide.

Motata probe could make history

A decade after the judge’s drunk driving incident, he may face impeachment if found guilty of professional misconduct

Judges at odds over impeachment

Minority of justices believe the president has been held to account over Nkandla, but it’s the majority view that counts

Concourt to rule on proceedings to impeach Zuma

Opposition parties argued that an ad hoc committee should be established in Parliament to force Zuma to answer questions about Nkandla.

Zuma’s ghosts return to haunt him

The president returns to court in three separate cases, but Parliament will also be a battleground.

[Archives] How do we impeach a president?

Impeachments and votes of no confidence are more about politics than law.

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