‘Unchartered territory’ as Trump impeachment trial begins in the Senate

The impeachment trial of President Trump began this week over charges of abuse of office and obstruction of Congress.

County Commissioners green light early voting on campus

The site will now be open for the entire early voting period to comply with a new state law.

Supreme Court’s landmark campaign finance case approaches 10-year anniversary

The court's 2010 decision in Citizens United v. Federal Elections Commission has led to increases in how much campaigns collect and spend on elections.

What we’re reading: Backyard shooting, Hong Kong protests, Trump considers testifying

President Trump is considering testifying in the impeachment inquiry and protests continue to escalate in Hong Kong in today's headlines.

Bob Schieffer talks impeachment as public hearings begin on Capitol Hill

Former Face the Nation host Bob Schieffer joined TCU360's Benton McDonald to talk about the ongoing impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

Texas could halt campus voting sites

The law was signed in September and removes the use of temporary early-voting sites that TCU has hosted in the past.

What we’re reading: Jimmy Carter hospitalized, Disney+ launches

President Jimmy Carter to undergo surgery after a recent fall, Supreme Court is set to hear DACA arguments.

Former President Jimmy Carter hospitalized

President Jimmy Carter will undergo a procedure to relieve pressure on his brain after recent fall.

Texas Democrats suing state over new early voting regulations

The lawsuit claims that the changes are unconstitutional because they restrict the voting access of the younger electorate.

What we’re reading: House Democrats prepare for first public impeachment hearings

The ambassador said the aides implored her to undermine the president to "save the country."

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