Previous instances of presidential impeachment have each had contexts unique to their own political moments. These considerations have mattered as much as the alleged "high crimes and misdemeanors."
Using the phrase "comeback kid" helped Bill Clinton revive his campaign for the Democratic presidential nomination in the 1992 New Hampshire primary. Could Ron DeSantis revive that model?
FX's limited series Impeachment: American Crime Story refocuses the story — once largely controlled by male journalists, politicians, comedians and activists — on Monica Lewinsky and Linda Tripp.
President Trump and Republican supporters have dismissed the articles of impeachment brought before the president, but how do their arguments stack up?
Schiff voted for the Iraq war authorization and the Patriot Act and was once considered a moderate. Now, the vegan, triathlete, former federal prosecutor is leading the charge against Trump.
The truth is, impeachment has almost never been popular. It tends to pump up the partisans in either party but has far less allure for independents or those less politically inclined.
What a testy 2005 fight between Harvard professor Elizabeth Warren and Delaware Sen. Joe Biden can tell us about the two 2020 presidential candidates
The Democratic Party is requiring presidential candidates to "affirm" its allegiance to the party. Sanders has filed to run for president as a Democrat, but as an independent for the Senate in 2024
"An indulgent and prosperous nation readily forgave Bill Clinton and instead blamed the prosecutor," Starr writes of investigating the president. "That would be me."
Ken Starr offers his first detailed public reflections of the independent counsel probe of President Clinton, 20 years later. Here you can read the first published excerpt — a chapter titled "Monica."