Donald Trump’s US Senate trial will begin in the second week of February, days after a fresh impeachment case against the former president is transmitted by the House, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday.
The US Senate’s top Democrat warned his Republican colleagues Thursday that they were “poisoning” the country’s democracy by continuing to refuse to acknowledge Joe Biden’s presidential election victory last week.
The US Senate voted Thursday to bar TikTok from being downloaded onto US government employees’ telephones, intensifying US scrutiny of the popular Chinese-owned video app.
US House lawmakers made history Friday by voting for Washington to become the nation’s 51st state, but the move, a push for equal voting rights for the capital’s residents, is doomed in the Senate.
The US Senate unanimously passed the nation’s largest-ever rescue package late Wednesday, a $2 trillion lifeline to suffering Americans, critically depleted hospitals and an economy ravaged by a rapidly spreading coronavirus crisis.
The US Senate passed a $100 billion emergency package Wednesday to help Americans hit hard financially by the coronavirus crisis, with more federal assistance in the pipeline.
President Donald Trump was acquitted by the US Senate on Wednesday following a historic impeachment trial that shone a harsh light on America’s divisions, without ever shaking the loyalty of his voter base.
The US Senate on Friday rebuffed Democratic calls for new witnesses at President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, paving the way for his acquittal next week of charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
President Donald Trump’s lawyers urged the US Senate Tuesday to reject the charges against him Tuesday, closing their impeachment defense by accusing the Democrats of placing him on trial for political reasons.
Donald Trump’s lawyers prepared to deliver his first full-throated defense Saturday in the Senate’s historic impeachment trial, after Democratic prosecutors spent three days making their case for the US president’s removal from office.
The historic impeachment trial of Donald Trump opened Thursday in the US Senate, as lawmakers took a solemn oath to be “impartial” in deciding whether to force the 45th US president from office.
President Donald Trump is expected to go on trial in the US Senate next week for abuse of power and obstruction of Congress after his impeachment by the House of Representatives.
United States Senator Dick Durbin is stepping up the pressure on the Philippine government to release Senator Leila De Lima by making an appeal to what he called the “Duterte regime” before the US Senate.
Foreign Affairs Secretary Teodoro Locsin, Jr. on Wednesday categorized as “perfect” the relationship between the United States and the Philippines amid the possible travel ban on Filipino officials and a US Senate resolution condemning the government over the detention of Senator Leila de Lima.
Senator Leila de Lima on Tuesday chided Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra for for downplaying the recent US Senate resolution calling for her immediate release and dropping of charges against her by branding it as “trash” and unlawful.
Senator Leila de Lima warned Justice Secretary Menardo Guevarra that history would not be kind to him and his ilk in the Duterte administration.
The US Senate approved a massive defense spending bill on Tuesday, sending Donald Trump a $738 billion package that creates a new space force, fulfilling a presidential priority, and seeks to curb Russia’s sprawling energy ambitions.
Malacañang on Thursday urged the foreign relations committee of the US Senate to “study” the judicial process in the Philippines.
The US Senate has approved the amendment to a bill which would bar Philippine officials from setting foot on the US if they are involved in having Sen. Leila de Lima jailed.
A US Senate staffer arrested this year over alleged leaks of classified information to his reporter girlfriend, pleaded guilty Monday to lying to FBI agents.
The US Senate voted Tuesday to guarantee royalties for digital broadcast of songs from before 1972, in a rare bipartisan effort seen as one of the biggest shakeups ever of how musicians are compensated.
The Russian hacking unit that tried to interfere in the US presidential election has been targeting conservative US think tanks, Microsoft said.
The US Senate voted Wednesday to restore so-called “net neutrality” rules aimed at requiring all online data to be treated equally, the latest step in a years-long battle on internet regulation.
Whistleblower Chelsea Manning, jailed for leaking classified information, is seeking election to the US Senate in the state of Maryland, a document seen on Saturday says.