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CBS News 2 Dec 2019

House Intelligence Committee to issue its findings after Trump impeachment hearings


The House Judiciary Committee is gearing up for its first impeachment hearing on Wednesday. President Trump's lawyers have indicated he will not participate. CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joined CBSN with more on the escalating showdown.

Sen. Richard Burr of North Carolina has stepped aside as the chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee. The Times reported Wednesday that Burr turned his phone over to agents after they served a search warrant on the lawmaker at his residence in the Washington area. The warrant was part of a Justice Department investigation into potentially millions of dollars' worth of stock trades Burr made as the coronavirus first struck the U.S.
House Rules Committee meets to discuss remote voting and $3 trillion coronavirus relief bill. Nearly 3 million Americans filed jobless claims last week, pushing the total number of benefit seekers to roughly 36.5 million in the past eight weeks.
Deputy Inspector General for the Department of Health and Human Services Christi A. Grimm to testify in front of House Oversight Committee.
House appropriations committee hearing on covid-19 response. As coronavirus deaths mount and many Americans remain hesitant about returning to the rhythms of normal life, President Trump is beginning to acknowledge that additional lives may be lost in the push to reopen the U.S. economy.

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