US House impeaches Trump for a second time; 10 Republicans vote yes
January 14, 2021
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump on Wednesday became the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice, as 10 of his fellow Republicans joined Democrats in the House of Representatives to charge him with inciting an insurrection in last week’s violent rampage in the Capitol.
January 13, 2021
Several House Republicans join impeachment push; Pence says he will not move to expel Trump
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - At least four Republicans said on Tuesday they would join Democrats in voting to impeach President Donald Trump over the attack on the US Capitol, as Vice President Mike Pence rejected calls to use a constitutional maneuver to oust him.
December 16, 2020
Biden hits campaign trail in Georgia after top Republicans acknowledge his win
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Hours after speaking with Republican Senator Mitch McConnell and vowing to try to work together, President-elect Joe Biden urged Georgians on Tuesday to oust McConnell as majority leader by electing the two Democratic candidates in Jan. 5 Senate runoffs.
October 29, 2020
US Supreme Court deals blow to Republicans in Pennsylvania, North Carolina vote-by-mail fights
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The US Supreme Court dealt setbacks to Republicans by allowing extended deadlines for receiving mail-in ballots in next Tuesday’s election in Pennsylvania and North Carolina, states
August 25, 2020
Trump, fellow Republicans paint dire portrait of a US under Biden
CHARLOTTE, NC (Reuters) - President Donald Trump and his fellow Republicans opened their national convention on Monday by painting a dire portrait of America if Democrat Joe Biden wins the
July 30, 2020
Trump floats idea of delaying election, congressional Republicans reject idea
WASHINGTON (Reuters) – President Donald Trump on Thursday raised the idea of delaying the Nov 3 US elections, an idea immediately rejected by both Democrats and his fellow Republicans in
July 30, 2020
US lawmakers accuse Big Tech of crushing rivals to boost profits
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Google and Facebook took particularly sharp jabs for alleged abuse of their market power from Democrats and Republicans on Wednesday in a much-anticipated congressional hearing that put