Nov 14 - 8:33pm EST

Two senior State Department officials testified in front of the House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday in the first public impeachment hearing in more than two decades.

Nov 14 - 7:27pm EST

Amazon cited "unmistakable bias" as it prepares to challenge its loss in federal court. This starts a new chapter in the contentious battle over the biggest U.S. cloud-computing contract, called JEDI.

Nov 14 - 7:05pm EST

The Ohio Republican fiercely defended President Trump, arguing that he has the right to involve his personal lawyer in diplomacy. Rudy Giuliani has become a key figure in the impeachment inquiry.

Nov 14 - 6:08pm EST

Activists delivered a petition with 1.5 million signatures to the agency in an effort to stop a rule change that would end automatic enrollment in free school lunch for nearly 1 million kids.

Nov 14 - 5:51pm EST

The major TV networks cleared their schedules to air the impeachment hearings. Millions of Americans watched. There were few viral moments, yet viewers found a televised exercise in civics.

Nov 14 - 4:54pm EST

The diplomat will be the sole witness Friday, the second day of public testimony in the impeachment inquiry. State Department colleagues say she was removed after a slander campaign by Rudy Giuliani.

Nov 14 - 4:33pm EST

More than a week after the election, in which he was 5,000 votes behind, Kentucky Republican Gov. Matt Bevin conceded the race to Democrat Andy Beshear, the state attorney general.

Nov 14 - 3:00pm EST

"We are going to have a change in the governorship based on the vote of the people," the embattled GOP incumbent said Thursday after a recanvass failed to significantly change the race outcome.

Nov 14 - 1:12pm EST

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi outlines an argument that could shape possible articles of impeachment — that withholding military assistance for political investigations amounts to bribery.