Monday's News: President Trump faces signs of an economic downturn and is lashing out in tweets, Democratic presidential candidates pitch their campaigns to voters in Iowa and Congress discusses what solutions it should propose after the pair of mass shootings in El Paso and Dayton.
Rep. Rashida Tlaib rejected a new offer to visit the West Bank and see her grandmother on “humanitarian” grounds, saying “oppressive conditions” around the visit are against her beliefs. Israel initially denied entry to Tlaib and Rep.
House Democrats on Thursday subpoenaed former Trump campaign aide Corey Lewandowski and ex-White House official Rick Dearborn, compulsory summons that pro-impeachment lawmakers hope will build public support for ousting President Trump.
Jerry Seib, Shawna Thomas and Ed O'Keefe join Margaret Brennan to discuss the week in politics, including whether promises from Democratic candidates about gun control have any chance of getting passed.
The smell of fried Twinkies hangs in the air. Pork chops sizzle on the grill. The butter cow is cold, and the prizewinning pigs are snoozing. Yes, it’s that very special time of year, again: the Iowa State Fair.