We won't be hearing from Gordon Sondland — at least not yet. Here's where things stand.
A new poll shows nearly 3 in 10 Republicans support the impeachment inquiry — and nearly 2 in 10 support removing Trump from office.
Few decisions have caused such massive and immediate alarm in the president's own party.
What Brett McGurk laid out aligns with pretty much everything Trump's opponents fear about his foreign policy decisions.
Everything you could possibly want to know about this unfolding whistleblower situation, chronologically.
The excerpts, provided by former U.S. diplomat to Ukraine Kurt Volker, were released by House Democratic investigators following a 10-hour deposition on Thursday.
Johnson said he was told that military aid to Ukraine was being withheld to force the country to launch investigations but that Trump denied it. The first part of that is the important part.
The GOP has gotten plenty out of the Trump presidency, but what happens if Trump finally goes too far?
Washington Post reporters answered reader questions on the impeachment inquiry and Ukraine.
The amount of information House Democrats have unearthed in just 10 days suggests a lengthy investigation — and plenty of leads.