The State Department was reportedly told Ukraine's president felt pressured to take actions he thought could impact the 2020 U.S. presidential race.
The Supreme Court issued a temporary stay on a lower court's ruling that allowed for the release of years worth of the president's tax information.
Don't hold your breath for Congress to reconcile and approve a 2020 budget before Thursday.
Economists told Newsy that while some employers and cities would take a hit, the national economy would not see a significant impact.
David Hale reportedly planned to say Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was hesitant to publicly defend Marie Yovanovitch before her firing.
In her deposition, Cooper discussed the Defense Department's process for aid distribution to Ukraine and the notification that aid had been frozen.
The former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine resigned from his role after he was named in the anonymous whistleblower complaint.
President Trump and Health and Human Services Secretary Alex Azar initially announced plans for a ban in September.
David Holmes, a career foreign service offer, testified that he overheard a phone call between President Trump and U.S. Ambassador Gordon Sondland.
Governor John Bel Edwards won the gubernatorial race against Republican Eddie Rispone on Saturday, earning 51% of votes.
In his 8-hour closed-door testimony last month, Morrison confirmed that the president withheld military aid from Ukraine.
Williams, a longtime State Department employee, was assigned to work on European and Russian issues with the vice president's team in the spring.
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman is one of the eight witnesses scheduled to testify during the second week of public impeachment hearings.
This appeal comes after a federal court declined for a second time to block subpoenas for his personal tax records.