For some the proceedings were seen through the prism of the partisan divide. For others, they were less about Democrats and Republicans than about a dystopian sense that American governance has veered off the rails. Here are four accounts from around the country.
Mr. McCain, 80, Republican of Arizona, said he believed there was a “double standard” because an investigation into the use of a private email server by Hi
The fired F.B.I. director James B. Comey’s camera manner is more suited for a human-resources video than a reality-show throwdown. But speaking to the Senate
Mr. McCain, 80, Republican of Arizona, said he believed there was a “double standard” because an investigation into the use of a private email server by Hillary Clinton, the Democratic nominee for president, was completed in July, while an investigation into Russia’s meddling in the presidential campaign continues.
As members of the Senate Intelligence Committee questioned Mr. Comey, sometimes sharply, asking why he did not immediately report any behavior by President Tru
Answering that falls to the Justice Department special counsel, Robert S. Mueller III. Mr. Comey revealed that he gave all of the memos he wrote on his interac
Mr. Comey, the former director of the F.B.I., testified in front of the members of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Thursday. Here’s a brief list of the senators on the committee, their backgrounds and their history with Mr. Comey.
Andrea Constand’s two days at the center of the Bill Cosby trial captured the dynamics that make sexual assault cases so polarizing and so resonant. Her test
Armed assailants carried out brazen attacks on two high-profile sites on Wednesday — Parliament, and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini, the founde
And perhaps no lawmaker is more committed to this difficult work than the chamber’s youngest member: Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, a gangly, 40-year-old Iraq war veteran with two Harvard degrees, abundant ambition and, it often seems, a more coherent vision than the president for how to assemble policy scaffolding around loosely defined “Trumpism.”