This year's presidential inauguration will be different from most, from COVID to heightened security, but much of the pomp and circumstance will remain the same.
President Trump's grasp on the Republican Party may be dwindling in the face of recent bad news.
As bad as last week's riot was, it could have been far worse. Federal prosecutors say elected leaders were marked for assassination.
The chance of President Trump's conviction in the Senate may depend on the prevailing mood than the facts of the case.
An angry mob? The investigation of the violent Capitol riots has turned to premeditation.
President-elect Joe Biden is unveiling the American Rescue Plan, a comprehensive two-pronged $1.9 trillion proposal to tackle the virus and economic turmoil.
While some Republicans see Trump's style as the future of the party, many say it's time to return to traditional conservatism.
The votes helped make President Trump the first in U.S. history to be impeached twice.
Rep. Jason Crow, D-Colo., says fear has been holding back some Republicans from supporting the removal of President Trump.
In the face of the second impeachment, a group of anti-Trump Republicans has offered political cover to the tune of $50 million.
Although the House may impeach a sitting president, it is debatable whether a former president can or should be tried in the Senate.
Senate leader Mitch McConnell has announced he favors impeaching Trump as a growing number of House Republicans push for the president's removal.
In the wake of billionaire Sheldon Adelson's death, his widow is expected to take over the couple's financial and political legacy, though she has ever sat on the sidelines.
Although a majority of Americans hold Trump responsible for last week's violent riot, his approval among Republicans remains steady
Republican donor and billionaire Sheldon Adelson was a staunch supporter of Israel and Republican candidates.
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has ordered staff to investigate mysterious web postings announcing the end of Trump's term.
Fear of the "optics" may have kept officials from calling in the National Guard sooner, potentially saving lives.
In the wake of Trump losing his social-media accounts, the president isn't holding back his outrage.
It wasn't the "best economy ever" under Trump and COVID didn't help matters.
In a major shift from Trump's policy, the president-elect plans to get everyone their first dose as soon as possible.