After months of investigations and a two and a half week trial, the impeachment proceedings have come to a close - and so our live coverage follows suit.
President Trump was cleared on both charges in his Senate trial - abuse of power by 52 votes to 48 and obstruction of Congress by 53 votes to 47.
The votes are not as close as they look - a two-thirds majority was required to remove Trump from office.
The only Republican to vote against him - on one charge - was former presidential candidate Mitt Romney.
If you need a recap of what happened over the past few months, here's the best of our coverage:
IMPEACHMENT QUESTIONS? We’ve got answers
WHAT NEXT? How acquittal may affect the 2020 race
IN NUMBERS The stats that explain why Trump was cleared
CONTEXT: Why Ukraine matters to the US