FULL SHOW: Why did Pelosi fumble after impeachment vote?
The US House of Representatives voted to approve articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump Wednesday night, but House Nancy Pelosi (D-California) was unclear to reporters on whether those articles would be sent to the Senate to kick off an impeachment hearing. RT America's Faran Fronczak reports from Capitol Hill. (0:09) Meanwhile, both parties in the House are expected to overwhelmingly approve the US-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA) Thursday. Investigative journalist Ben Swann breaks it down. (3:50) Plus, Japanese car maker Toyota has developed a robot that may one day allow surgeons to operate remotely. For this and other technological innovations, In Question chats with legal journalist Mollye Barrows. (16:38)
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Swearing, rambling, and name-calling, Trump lashes out after impeachment acquittal attacking the faiths of both Nancy Pelosi and Mitt Romney. Senators Mitch McConnell and Chuck Schumer hold press conferences after Senate votes to decide to convict or acquit President Trump. #FoxNews
FOX News operates the FOX News Channel (FNC), President Trump is set to deliver his State of the Union address tonight ahead of tomorrow's impeachment vote in the Senate. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes and Ilya Shapiro, director of the Robert A. Levy Center for Constitutional Studies at the Cato Institute, joined CBSN to discuss what's next. The UN has condemned the "massive waves of civilian displacement" and "major loss of civilian life" in the northeastern part of the country. Syria, Turkey, Russia, Israel and the US are all involved in the violence, but Washington puts the blame squarely on the Assad government of Syria in its struggle against rebels whom Russia and Syria regard as terrorists. Meanwhile, Israel is accused of using a civilian airliner near Damascus as cover to strike targets in Syria. Rick Sanchez explains. (0:11) Then RT's Caleb Maupin reports on the situation in Syria. The death toll in China surpassed 630 people on Friday while the total number of confirmed cases in the country has surpassed 31 thousand. There are confirmed cases in 24 other countries. RT America's Michele Greenstein breaks it down. (8:22) RT America's Sayeh Tavangar reports on an AI-powered simulation that predicted that the outbreak could infect as many as 2.5 billion people and kill 53 million and explains why doctors say the simulation is flawed. (10:50) The Department of Justice is investigating a number of Mississippi prisons after the death of 15 incarcerated people and allegations of human rights abuse. "Watching the Hawks" host Tyrel Ventura and RT producer Devyn Springer discuss the issue. (14:42) Plus, comedian Lee Camp joins to discuss the next all-new episode of "Redacted Tonight." (24:24)