Understanding the political and legal stakes of this historic moment.

  • It Is about Ukraine. It Isn’t About Ukraine.

    Dec 6, 2019
    As House Dems pump the gas on the probe, and the Judiciary committee prepares for its second hearing on Monday, we look at the strategy that goes into drafting impeachment articles.
  • Trump: 'I can do whatever I want.' Pelosi: “No.”

    Dec 5, 2019
    After the Judiciary Committee's first hearing, Speaker Pelosi formally asked for Articles of Impeachment. On this episode: the past, present and near-future developments in the probe. 
  • Judiciary: Like Intel Hearings 'on Steroids'

    Dec 3, 2019
    On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee — which is responsible for drafting impeachment articles — will hear from constitutional scholars about what makes an "impeachable offense."
  • A Case from the Right for More Witnesses

    Nov 27, 2019
    When we talked to Rich Lowry before the public hearings, he said he'd rather let the people decide in 2020 whether to remove the President. Did the hearings change anything for him?
  • "He said, 'Yeah, I'd Do It Again'"

    Nov 26, 2019
    Today, the case for the broadest possible Articles of Impeachment. Our guest explains why the Republican-majority Senate might remove the President. Plus, how to read impeachment polls. 
  • 'Like Watergate in Reverse'

    Nov 25, 2019
    The Nixon impeachment ended with a smoking gun. The Trump probe started with one. Why does that matter? Michael Isikoff talks public opinion and the latest headlines.