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Articles of impeachment 'brazen and unlawful' attempt to overturn will of Americans: Trump's lawyers
The House of Representatives, controlled by the Democratic Party, on Wednesday voted to send articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate, in a major development to remove him from office for his alleged abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Trump slams 'unfair' Pelosi delay, rallies conservatives
“It's so unfair," Trump said, days after he was impeached by the House, as he spoke ...
White House predicts Pelosi to `yield' on impeachment delay
A senior administration official suggested the top Democrat in Congress would soo...
Trump on brink of impeachment as House readies historic vote
Trump is on the cusp of being impeached by the House, with a historic debate set to begin on charges that he abused his power & obstructed Congress.
Donald Trump writes to Nancy Pelosi, says stop impeachment
"This impeachment represents an unprecedented and unconstitutional abuse of power by Democrat lawmakers, unequaled in nearly two and a half centuries of the American legislative history," Trump said in a letter to the Pelosi.
Democrats unveil 2 articles of impeachment against Donald Trump
Democrats have not public released their plans. Details were shared by multiple people familiar with the discussions but not authorized to discuss them and granted anonymity. Trump, who has declined to mount a defense in the impeachment proceedings, tweeted Tuesday just as the five Democratic House committee chairmen prepared to make their announcement.
Donald Trump can’t stop officials from testifying, rules US Judge
The 120-page decision by Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson of the Federal District Court for the District of Columbia handed another lower-court victory to House Democrats in their fight to overcome Trump’s stonewalling.
SC notice on plea challenging law on private entities using Aadhaar
The petition by retired army officer S G Vombatkere and social activist Bezwada Wilson has urged the top court to declare the Aadhaar and other laws (Amendment) Act, 2019, and the Aadhaar (Pricing of Aadhaar Authentication Services) Regulations, 2019, to be ultra vires, and to issue a mandamus asking private entities not to access and store the Aadhaar database of their customers.
Nancy Pelosi suggests Donald Trump could face bribery charge
The account of a telephone call in which the president discussed his interest in having Ukraine begin investigations will help bolster Democrats’ case against Trump.
Trump reiterates commitment to defend religious freedom in Diwali message
"My administration will continue to defend the rights enshrined in our Constitution that enable people of all faiths to worship according to their beliefs and conscience," he said in his Diwali message
Democratic presidential frontrunner Biden calls for Trump’s impeachment
Democrats say that Trump tried to coerce Zelensky by holding back US military aid to Ukraine. Trump has denied wrongdoing and has dismissed the probe as a “witch hunt”.
Vijay Mallya moves HC seeking protection from adverse action and sale of assets
ED to oppose Mallya’s ‘desperate’ attempt to ‘pre-empt’ action by lower courts, agencies.
US wants India to swiftly condemn acts of religious violence: Official
The sub-committee of the House Foreign Affairs Committee is scheduled to hold a hearing “US Interests in South Asia and the FY 2020 Budget” on Thursday.
Indian man dies after setting himself ablaze near White House
Arnav Gupta from Bethesda in Maryland died of his burn injuries after he set himself ablaze on Wednesday at the Ellipse.
Huawei asks U.S. court to declare defence bill 'unconstitutional'
Huawei has repeatedly denied it is controlled by the Chinese government, military or intelligence services.
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