2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day criss-crossing the country with events focused on racial issues. CBS News political correspondent Ed O'Keefe joins "Red & Blue" to discuss.
New gun control legislation is making its way through the Virginia Senate. Those who oppose the legislation surrounded the capitol building Monday, carrying weapons and wearing camouflage. CBS News correspondent Jeff Pegues discusses what took place and why.
President Trump's legal team released their official legal brief one day before the start of the Senate impeachment trial. They say the "flawed" and "deficient" evidence can only result in the president's acquittal. CBS News White House correspondent Ben Tracy, Loyola Law School professor Jessica Levinson and USA Today politics reporter Nicholas Wu join CBSN with a preview.
Thousands of gun rights activists turned out in Richmond, Virginia, Monday to protest against gun control legislation supported by Governor Ralph Northam. CBS News' Nikole Killion joins CBSN with the latest.
President Trump's lawyers have released their official legal brief ahead of tomorrow's start of the Senate impeachment trial. They say the House failed to identify any impeachable offenses and that Democrats have "concocted an unheard of procedure." Zeke Miller, a CBSN political contributor and White House reporter for the Associated Press, joined CBSN to discuss the president's legal strategy.
Senator Tammy Duckworth of Illinois, the first disabled woman elected to Congress, called it "outrageous" for Amtrak to ask passengers to pay $25,000 for a one-way ticket from Chicago to Bloomington, Illinois.
Jeff Flake says the GOP's "cult of personality" around the president will hurt the party long-term, and that Republican senators can't win in battleground states if they block evidence from impeachment trial