.New York, NY, USA
A total of five sexual harassment claims have been registered against the New York governor

  • Anne Clark and Joon Kim have been selected by Letitia James 
  • Cuomo has been receiving mounting pressure for his resignation
  • State Senate Republicans have hinted a possible impeachment trial for Cuomo

.Alaska, USA
Senator John Barrasso is from US state of Wyoming. (Photo Credits: Twitter/@SenJohnBarrasso)

  • Barrasso said that Murkowski has not announced that she will be running for reelection
  • Senator Murkowski is one of the seven Republicans who voted for Trump to be convicted
  • Trump declared that he would not be endorsing Murkowski 'under any circumstances'

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Supporters of Donald Trump inside the US Capitol Building. (Photo Credit: Twitter/@simoncoveney)

  • False claims have been propagated by right-wing groups that Antifa breached the Capitol
  • However, the charged pro-Trump rioters themselves disputed those claims
  • "We proudly take responsibility for storming the Castle," one of the defendants said

.Columbus, OH, USA
Former US President Donald Trump is the only President who was impeached by the House of Representatives twice (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • Max Miller was Trump's deputy campaign manager for the 2020 elections
  • Miller got "complete and total" support of the former US President
  • A total of 10 Republican Representatives voted to impeach Trump

The lawsuit was filed in federal court in Washington. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • Bennie Thompson has accused Donald Trump for supporting the pro-Trump mob that stormed the US Capitol
  • Thompson is seeking compensatory damages for "emotional distress" due to the attack
  • The Ku Klux Klan Act was passed in a bid to end the violenece aganist African-Americans

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Donald Trump Trump is already being tried for various transgression like Tax evasions, sexual harassment and bank fraud. (Photo credit: PTI)

  • Several US lawmakers said that they want a 9/11 like comission to investigate Capitol attack
  • Former US President was acquitted in the impeachment trial last week
  • The Capitol investigation will add another item on Trump's long and regularly growing list of legal hassles

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Senate acquitted Donald Trump in a historic second impeachment trial on Saturday. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI Photo)

  • Senate on Saturday voted 57-43 to convict Trump of inciting the January 6 assault on the US Capitol
  • One frequent Trump critic, Gov Larry Hogan predicted a 'real battle for the soul of the Republican Party'
  • Senator Bill Cassidy predicted that Trump's still-strong hold on Republicans would fade

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Donald Trump has flirted with the idea of running for the White House again in 2024. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • The US Senate on Sunday acquitted former President Donald Trump
  • He was acquitted on charges of inciting an insurrection at the US Capitol on January 6
  • In a statement, Trump denounced what he called a "witch hunt" and talked about the future

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Michael van der Veen, lawyer for former President Donald Trump, heads to the Senate Chamber. (Photo Credit: AP/PTI)

  • The final vote on whether to convict Donald Trump will be conducted later today
  • The House impeachment managers have concluded their case with their final statements
  • Earlier in the day, the Senate agreed to admit a witness statement into evidence.  

.Washington D.C., DC, USA
Even in the first impeachment trial, Mitt Romney had voted for the conviction of Trump. (Photo Credit: Facebook/mittromney)

  • Seven senators from Donald Trump's Republican party sided with the democrats in the vote
  • The final vote was 57-43, majority voting for conviction but the tally fell short of the two-third votes needed
  • Republican Senators Richard Burr, Bill Cassidy, Susan Collins were among the ones who voted