In articles of impeachment introduced on Monday, Trump is formally charged with “incitement of insurrection,” and accused of “inciting violence against the Government of the United States.” A floor debate is due to convene this morning (Wednesday, January 13), followed by a vote. The move has support from House Democrats as well as a handful of Republicans, and would mark the first time in history that a U.S. president has been impeached twice. … [Read more...] about How to watch the Trump impeachment vote on CNN, PBS, and elsewhere live without cable
Trump will never be impeached
Thursday January 14, 2021 5:00am BREAKING NEWS: STAN J. CATERBONE Case File – THE CAPITOL RIOTS – LNP – Front Page Headline IMPEACHED AGAIN Including  Part Video Series Thursday January 14, 2021https://t.co/Ya3sCPww23 pic.twitter.com/XxMhYjT4lO … [Read more...] about How newspapers across the country reacted to Trump’s historic second impeachment
What’s happened so far? This week the Democrat-controlled House voted to impeach President Trump for inciting insurrection. This required a majority vote, and it wasn’t just Democrats voting yes. Ten Republicans joined them, making this the most bipartisan impeachment in history. … [Read more...] about Smart talking points: What happens next with President Trump’s impeachment?
With each discussion came more editorial guidance from the sticklers: The names of criminal suspects do not belong in the encyclopedia; only the names of rioters convicted of crimes may be included. George R.R. Martin, a Reddit post, and an on-the-scene Instagram video are not reliable sources; Wikipedia relies only on secondary sources. Use more neutral, clearer language in general: Words like mob and baseless carry a value judgment; better to stick with rioters and false. … [Read more...] about As a mob attacked the Capitol, Wikipedia struggled to find the right words