Rep. Adam Schiff on articles of impeachment and what’s next
Two articles of impeachment were announced today against President Trump: abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. Adam Schiff, Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, explains how the House settled on these two articles. We also ask whether the articles will be amended, and whether more articles will be introduced.
House Judiciary hearing focuses on evidence for impeachment
Today’s House Judiciary Committee hearing has lots of interruptions from Republicans as they try defending President Trump. House Democrats are likely to deliver articles of impeachment against Trump by week’s end.
Why UC admission rates have plummeted, and what stressed families can do
Getting into any University of California school has gotten much tougher compared to a decade ago. One educational consultant says this is one of the most stressful climates he’s seen for parents and students. We get guidance on managing expectations. Also, what does this mean for Cal States, community colleges, and out-of-state institutions?
How Rep. Karen Bass sees impeachment playing out
California Democratic Congresswoman Karen Bass sits on the House Judiciary Committee, which held its first impeachment hearing on Wednesday. She tells us that impeachment is urgent: “We must act now. We cannot allow our own president to interfere in the election.” We also ask about Bass’ reaction to Sen. Kamala Harris dropping out of the presidential race.
Analysis: House Judiciary’s first impeachment hearing
Today the House Judiciary Committee heard from four legal experts on what constitutes an impeachable offense, and whether Trump’s actions related to Ukraine fit the mold. Republicans used their time to argue that the inquiry is motivated by Democrats’ hate for Trump.