Eric Tucker, Zeke Miller and Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 10:09pm
President Donald Trump's impeachment trial is shifting to questions from senators, a pivotal juncture as Republicans lack the votes to block witnesses and face a potential setback in their hope of ending the trial with a quick acquittal.
Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 10:06pm
With opening arguments wrapped up in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, senators will now get a chance to ask questions. But the normally loquacious politicians will still have to keep silent, as their questions can only be submitted in writing.
The Pentagon on Tuesday raised to 50 the number of U.S. service members who suffered traumatic brain injuries in Iran's missile strike earlier this month on an Iraqi air base, the third time the number of injuries has been increased.
Matthew Daly, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 5:28pm
President Donald Trump’s legal team on Tuesday concluded its three-day presentation as they started it — arguing that the Democrats’ case amounted to partisan politics that would undo the results of the 2016 presidential election and drive Trump from office.
Eric Tucker, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 4:05pm
President Donald Trump's defense team falsely claimed the Justice Department was already investigating him even before the 2016 election and distorted the facts about a dossier of opposition research into Trump's ties to Russia.
Jonathan Lemire, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 2:30pm
Moving on several fronts toward shoring up support for his reelection bid, President Donald Trump capped off a busy Tuesday by heaping praise on the newest Republican member of Congress and savaging Democrats he said are engaged in “demented hoaxes” like his impeachment trial.
Amy Donaldson and Pat Reavy, KSL | PostedJan 28th - 1:16pm
Tom Weston, 68, of Laketown, who served as a commissioner for 18 years before retiring in 2018, was charged Monday in 1st District Court with sodomy on a child and aggravated sexual abuse of a child, both first degree felonies.
Robert Burns and Lolita C. Baldor, Associated Press | PostedJan 28th - 12:44pm
Episodic misconduct and ethical lapses among U.S. special operations forces, like the Navy SEALs and Army Green Berets, stem from a culture that puts too much emphasis on fighting and too little on developing good leaders, an in-depth review has concluded.