Bill Clinton

A video grab of the US Senate

Impeachment trial in the Senate: How Trump was acquitted

Trump impeachment

Nearly a month after the House of Representatives took two historic votes to impeach the 45th president of the United States, the case moved to the Senate for trial. Look back at The World’s coverage of the trial here.

Parisian Street Artist Wins $100,000

Arts, Culture & Media
Salesman Ryan Martinez clears the chamber of an AR-15 at Ready Gunner, a gun store in Provo, Utah.

The ‘most popular rifle in America’ was used in the country’s latest shooting

Russian President Vladimir Putin attends a joint news conference with German President Frank Walter Steinmeier

Vladimir Putin’s grudge with Hillary Clinton

Global Politics
DNA testing in The Hague

Cutting-edge DNA labs help identify people missing in conflicts and disasters

Officers walk into a building through a parking ramp

20 years ago, asylum seekers were not automatically put in immigration detention


One reason why our government has detained so many people is because of a law that requires they do so. But they are not required to keep them in detention for as long as they do.

Donald Trump in Reno

Republican leaders are demanding to replace Donald Trump ‘immediately’

Election 2016

“Donald Trump should withdraw and Mike Pence should be our nominee effective immediately,” said Senator John Thune, a member of the Republican leadership.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton speaks during a campaign rally at the Coliseum on August 8, 2016 in St. Petersburg, Florida. A new national poll shows Clinton's lead expanding over Republican rival Donald Trump.

This is the only photo of Hillary Clinton one newspaper has ever run


“If we write about Clinton and Trump, it’s much easier to run a picture of Trump.”

Portrait of man, outdoors

Muslim refugees of another era could put Missouri in play for Clinton

Election 2016

If Missouri’s race is as close as recent polls suggest, some observers think it could be St. Louis’ “Bosnian vote” that gives the state’s 10 electoral votes to Hillary Clinton.


What a tiny boat on a Miami beach has to do with US-Cuba immigration policy

Global Politics

Officially, nothing has changed about the long-standing US-Cuban immigration policy, commonly known as the “wet foot, dry foot” policy. But rumors in Cuba are circulating that the policy will soon end, closing the door on many Cubans who seek refuge in the US.