The team is expected to include Ken Starr, Robert Ray, Pam Bondi, Jay Sekulow, Jane Raskin and Pat Cipollone.
This is the latest set of documents from House Democrats, as they continue to uncover more evidence on the possible surveillance of Yovanovitch.
For the first time, several women and people of color will serve as House managers in an impeachment trial.
New security restrictions put in place for President Donald Trump's impeachment trial could hamper press access to senators.
The trial technically kicked off on Thursday after the two articles of impeachment against President Trump were transmitted to the Senate.
The Iowa caucuses are approaching, and there are still plenty of long-shot candidates in the race.
The revised North American trade agreement includes new provisions for digital commerce and additional labor protections.
The White House has charged nine federal agencies with reversing rules the president called "discriminatory" against religious services groups.
Encrypted messages from Robert Hyde implied he had former Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovich under physical surveillance in Kyiv.
"Safe third country" agreements require asylum-seekers who pass through certain countries to apply for protections there before going to the U.S.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office says the Trump administration didn't have a legal reason to delay the Ukrainian security aid.
The investigation follows the release of photos, text messages and notes handed over to the House Intelligence Committee by Lev Parnas.
During an interview with MSNBC, Lev Parnas said President Trump was aware of all his movements in Ukraine.