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House Democrats issue report that provides groundwork for Trump impeachment

Previewing potential articles of impeachment, the House Democrats on Saturday issued a lengthy report drawing on history and the Founding Fathers to lay out the legal argument in the case against President Trump.

Elizabeth Warren and Pete Buttigieg are taking shots at each other, and it could backfire

The sparring between the candidates is at odds with what has drawn early-state voters, many of whom say they like both politicians and don’t want the primary to devolve into a mudfight.

Sniping carries risks for Buttigieg and Warren

The sparring between the candidates is at odds with what has drawn early-state voters, many of whom say they like both politicians and don’t want the primary to devolve into a mudfight.

John Kerry says old friend Joe Biden ‘can put the world back together’

Kerry, who won the 2004 Iowa caususes, drew comparisons between Biden’s effort and his come-from-behind victory as they toured the state Friday.

White House says it won’t participate in Monday’s impeachment hearing

The White House counsel called the impeachment inquiry an “abuse of power” in a letter to the chairman of the Judiciary Committee.

Michael Bloomberg says 2020 rivals criticizing his fortune could have made their own

“They had a chance to go out and make a lot of money. And how much of their own money do they put into their campaigns?” Bloomberg said.

Back to the Battleground

What we learned from each of the battleground states we visited ahead of the 2020 election

Who will win in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, and Wisconsin next year? The Globe’s D.C. bureau spent time reporting in these crucial battleground states. This is what they found.

Trump on likely impeachment: ‘Do it now, fast’

After months of fighting the House impeachment inquiry, blocking witnesses and ignoring subpoenas, the White House is now publicly embracing a strategy it has privately signaled for weeks