PBS NewsHour Weekend criss-crossed the country including key battleground states to speak to voters about issues they most care about and how they plan to vote. We also spoke with reporters at our partner public media stations across the nation…
By PBS NewsHour Weekend
Democratic Congressman Collin Peterson has represented Minnesota's rural and conservative 7th Congressional District for 30 years. Now, he’s facing stiff competition from Michelle Fischbach, the state’s Lieutenant Governor, in November’s upcoming election. Special Correspondent Kaomi Goetz from Twin Cities PBS…
By Kaomi Goetz, One Greater Minnesota, Twin Cities PBS
With heated debate over mail delays, the House approved legislation in a rare Saturday session that would reverse recent changes in U.S. Postal Service operations and send $25 billion to shore up the agency ahead of the November election.
By Lisa Mascaro, Matthew Daly, Associated Press
Ask most any woman if she’s ever been called the B-word by a man, and the answer is probably yes. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez’s impassioned remarks on the House floor against the vulgar words of a male colleague -- and a…
By Jocelyn Noveck, Associated Press
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Among the documents is a screenshot of a previously undisclosed letter from Giuliani to Ukrainian President Volodymir Zelenskiy before he took office.
By Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
The nearly party-line vote moved Trump's impeachment from Speaker Nancy Pelosi's Democratic-run House to the Republican-majority Senate, where Trump expects acquittal, even as new evidence is raising fresh questions about his Ukraine dealings.
By PBS NewsHour
As Donald Trump this week became the third American president in history to be impeached, seven 2020 Democratic candidates took to the stage for the latest presidential debate. Chris Buskirk, editor and publisher of American Greatness, and Karine Jean Pierre,…
By Andrew Taylor, Associated Press
Negotiations on a package of spending bills to fund the federal government have produced a key breakthrough, though considerably more work is needed to wrap up the long-delayed measures.
By PBS NewsHour
The next phase of the impeachment inquiry begins this week with televised hearings after the U.S. House of Representatives voted on Thursday along sharply divided party lines to approve the proceedings. NewsHour Weekend Special Correspondent Jeff Greenfield joins Megan Thompson…
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