Opening arguments begin today in the impeachment trial of Donald J. Trump.
For the third time in U.S. history, the Senate will decide whether to remove a sitting president from office.
The trial comes at the start of an election year and at a time of deep political division. New revelations in recent days add weight to the charges facing President Trump.Coming up, we catch up with the latest news and what to expect as the trial gets underway.
Aaron Blake, senior political reporter, The Washington Post
Ned Foley, holds the Ebersold Chair in Constitutional Law at Ohio State University
Paul Beck, professor emeritus, political science, Ohio State University