Former Trump campaign manager Corey Lewandowski testifying about the report by Special Counsel Robert Mueller before the House Judiciary Committee at the hearing on Tuesday. The White House directed former officials Rob Porter and Rick Dearborn to defy subpoenas from the committee to appear at the committee’s first formal hearing on impeachment proceedings against the… Continue reading Corey Lewandowski testifies at impeachment hearing before Congress
Shortly after Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy made a direct plea to Congress, President Biden authorized an additional $800 million in aid to the country under siege. “The American people are answering President Zelenskyy’s call,” Mr. Biden said. Watch Mr. Biden’s remarks and analysis from CBS News chief White House correspondent Nancy Cordes and national security… Continue reading Biden announces more aid to Ukraine after Zelenskyy's address to Congress | Special Report
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton faced off in their first presidential debate at Hofstra University on Monday, Sept. 26. Watch the full debate.
Congressional lawmakers are working to pass a bill to fund the government ahead of a midnight deadline and avoid a government shutdown. CBS News congressional correspondent Kris Van Cleave reports on that and other key issues, including suspending the nation’s debt, infrastructure and social spending. Molly Hooper, host of podcast “Article One,” and Zeke Miller,… Continue reading Congress works to avert government shutdown with stopgap funding bill
A new report from Rolling Stone says the organizers of the January 6 rally had dozens of planning meetings with members of Congress and White House officials. CBS News senior investigative correspondent Catherine Herridge joins CBSN’s “Red & Blue” with the latest on the January 6 investigation. CBSN is CBS News’ 24/7 digital streaming news… Continue reading Report says members of Congress, White House officials met with organizers of January 6 protest
The House has voted to pass a measure that would suspend the debt ceiling through mid-December of 2022, and the bill now goes to the Senate. Meanwhile, time is running out to avert a government shutdown. Failure to do so would impact multiple agencies and leave thousands of federal employees furloughed. CBS News congressional correspondent… Continue reading House votes to suspend debt ceiling through 2022 as Congress works to avert government shutdown
President Joe Biden and former President Trump both made public appearances over the weekend. The president campaigned for Terry McAuliffe in Virginia, while Mr. Trump spoke at a rally hosted by Turning Point USA in Arizona. CBSN political contributor and Washington Post White House reporter Sean Sullivan explains the impact of both events for the… Continue reading President Biden and former President Trump both hold events over weekend
Former President Trump doubled down on his baseless claims surrounding the 2020 election during a rally in Arizona over the weekend. His remarks came on the heels of an Associated Press investigation that identified fewer than 200 cases of potential voter fraud from the presidential election in the state, where President Biden defeated Mr. Trump… Continue reading Trump doubles down on false election claims in Arizona