One Twitter user suggested the reason the president's son finds the hearing dull is because "extortion and being a traitor for Putin" is an everyday thing for a Trump.
The president, who was outraged about Hillary Clinton’s private email server, talked with Giuliani on a personal cellphone.
Michael Murphy is accused of malfeasance and abuse of power for using student tuition fees to fund the event featuring Donald Trump's son and Kimberly Guilfoyle.
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.
The acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine revealed the new information while testifying before House impeachment investigators.
Read live updates as Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, and State Department official George Kent speak on Trump’s Ukraine dealings.
The "Late Night" host jabbed at the president before the public impeachment hearings begin.
The two presidents will meet as the first public hearing of the House's impeachment inquiry unfolds.
"The Daily Show" host bashed those releasing books about the Trump White House, saying "they don't help the country."
Andrew Napolitano says Trump's activity is "clearly impeachable."
Twitter critics are pointing out a major flaw in the piece that the president's personal attorney penned for The Wall Street Journal.
The U.S. is in “the middle of a cold civil war," said the famed Watergate reporter.
The Fox News host hit key Trump buzzwords -- "rigged," "witch hunt," "corrupt," "phony" -- and more.
"Bless her heart," the CNN anchor said after the former UN ambassador described President Donald Trump as "truthful."
The "Late Show" host celebrates "Impeachment Eve" with a tree and a song.
Top Democrats are even with Trump in head-to-head polls, while his approval rating sits in the low 40s in a must-win state.
But the former candidate said a bid to unseat President Donald Trump was “absolutely not in my plans.”
Erdogan warned European leaders they should "revise their stances" toward Turkey, where scores of the militants are imprisoned.
The proceedings will be televised and give the most visible look yet at the effort to impeach the president.
It seems like it's getting more complicated, but it really isn't.