Diplomats Bill Taylor and George Kent were the first two witnesses to publicly testify in the House's impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump.
The president, who was outraged about Hillary Clinton’s private email server, talked with Giuliani on a personal cellphone.
At the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry, State Department officials say Rudy Giuliani's foreign policy backchannel "undercut" U.S. policy on Ukraine.
Twitter critics are pointing out a major flaw in the piece that the president's personal attorney penned for The Wall Street Journal.
People are also brainstorming podcast names. Ideas include "Whoops, Perjury" and "Wait, Wait, Don't Tell Me I Just Confessed."
The New York Times report is one of the first signs that Lev Parnas has flipped on Trump and his personal attorney in the impeachment investigation.
Comedy group The Good Liars changed covers on the presidential son's book to "make it a little more honest."
In testimony released Friday, both Vindman and Fiona Hill said acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney helped coordinate the quid pro quo efforts.
The weird story of former Texas Rep. Pete Sessions' involvement in the Trump scandal.
"Full Frontal" is fighting back against the presidential son's "Trigger A Lib" campaign.
State Department official David Hale plans to tell investigators that senior officials were worried about the views of Rudy Giuliani.
"Late Show" host dives into the newly released transcripts from the impeachment inquiry.
Testimony from Marie Yovanovitch offered a first word-for-word look at the closed-door House impeachment hearings.
Lev Parnas, the Ukranian-American businessman who helped Giuliani look for information on Joe Biden, would be a critical witness in the impeachment inquiry should he testify.
The White House counselor said she was unaware of whether U.S. "aid was being held and for how long" from Ukraine.
"The Late Show" host also poked fun at Trump's attorney over his recent cellphone gaffes.
The gaffe came in 2017 -- just weeks after Giuliani had been named President Donald Trump's cybersecurity adviser.
Christopher Anderson, a State Department official, will testify that he was warned of Rudy Giuliani’s back-channel involvement in Ukraine policy.