The historic House vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump - a vote that would make Mr. Trump only the third president to be impeached - is just days away. On Saturday, the president took in another battle - the 120th edition of the Army / Navy game. If the House votes as expected, the president would face a Senate trial in the new year. Paula Reid reports.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the Democratic chairs of six House committees revealed articles of impeachment against President Trump, accusing him of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. It's only the fourth time in history that Congress is acting to potentially remove a president from office. Gayle King, Anthony Mason and Tony Dokoupil anchor a CBS News Special Report from New York with reports from Nancy Cordes on Capitol Hill and Weijia Jiang at the White House.
For the just the third time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives will vote on whether to impeach a president. Next week's decision follows Friday's fiercely divided, party-line vote by the House Judiciary Committee, approving two articles of impeachment against President Trump. The president fired back at Democrats, insisting he has done nothing wrong. He called the hearings a "hoax" and a "sham," and claimed the tool of impeachment is being misused. Paula Reid reports from the White House.
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is urging people to "let the healing begin" after his Conservative party's landslide election victory. The U.K. has been bitterly divided since the vote to leave the European Union three years ago, and the election result means Brexit will happen in January. But it also means Johnson will face big challenges in keeping the countries of the United Kingdom together. Ian Lee reports from London.
As the House of Representatives prepares to vote on whether or not to impeach President Trump, the White House is firing back at Democrats. Also, Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said the Senate will coordinate its defense with the White House. Washington Post national correspondent Philip Bump joins “CBS This Morning Saturday” to discuss the next steps in the impeachment process, how impeachment will impact the 2020 campaigns and more political news.
A gamble by Britain's Boris Johnson paid off. He called for early elections and his Conservative party won big in a race that drew parallels to the presidential campaign in the U.S. Mark Phillips reports.