There is finally progress on this stalled political action now that the war of Armageddon is postponed until, hopefully, after the Super Bowl.
This news impacts every American so we make a space for some of the top links to the divisive topic:
PREZ TRUMP IMPEACHMENT SLAP FIGHT PREVIEW!!!
A Democratic document dump on the eve of an expected House vote to finally send articles of impeachment to the Senate is supercharging the party's demands for witnesses at President Donald Trump's soon-to-begin trial.
Articles En Route
WASHINGTON - The House is set to vote Wednesday afternoon to send articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump to the Senate, where opening arguments are expected Tuesday in only the third impeachment trial of a president in history. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., delayed sending the articles after the House approved them Dec.
What's happening: Parnas' lawyer, Joseph A. Bondy, said in a series of tweets over the weekend and yesterday that he turned over to the House Intelligence Committee the contents of Parnas' iPhone 11, detailing interactions "with a number of individuals relevant to the impeachment inquiry."
Senator Ted Talks Payback
Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, pitched the idea of "witness reciprocity" on Tuesday during a meeting with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and other GOP leadership who convened to discuss strategy for the upcoming impeachment trial that will decide if President Trump is removed from office, Fox News has confirmed.
Documenting Fixer Foibles
The House Intelligence Committee quietly released a new batch of impeachment inquiry evidence Tuesday evening: documents provided by Rudy Giuliani's fixer for Ukraine, Lev Parnas. And boy, are they ugly. The documents, which include Parnas's handwritten notes, copies of text messages, and other correspondence, reveal some new information - including that Giuliani claimed to be acting with President Trump's "knowledge and consent" in his communications with the Ukrainian government.
Counting On Republicans???
"I think our members generally are not interested in a motion to dismiss. ... Certainly there aren't 51 votes for a motion to dismiss," Blunt, the No. 4 Senate Republican, told reporters after a closed-door leadership meeting.
End Game Unclear
Politics REUTERS/Tom Brenner Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell on Monday said House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's decision to sit on the articles of impeachment for a month is a "strange gambit" that "produced absolutely nothing." McConnell described Pelosi's strategy Monday as a "one-woman blockade" of the impeachment trial on the floor of the Senate, Fox News reported.
Developing . . .