Congressional Democrats politicized the legitimate case for removing the president. Censure is now the best option.
The Congressional-Executive Commission on China, a bipartisan panel monitoring the human-rights situation in China, released its annual report.
The swift second impeachment brings with it a host of questions about what comes next, for Trump and for the country.
Wednesday's vote inflicts a sufficient, humiliating verdict on the president’s conduct.
It is easy to see why the Supreme Court might not want to second-guess a bipartisan decision by the Senate to convict a president.
The House impeached Trump over ‘incitement of insurrection,’ with support from a handful of Republicans. A Senate trial is next, but not imminent.
The word incitement is vague in the legal sense.
Instead of bringing members together, the riot and debate over President Trump’s role in inciting it seem to have only deepened partisan differences.
The Democrats’ language could have implications for people other than the president.