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Nancy Cordes is the CBS News congressional correspondent, based in Washington, D.C. She is a regular contributor to all CBS News programs and platforms.


House Intelligence Committee expected to release impeachment report today

The House Intelligence Committee is expected to release a report showing evidence against President Trump for potential articles of impeachment. On Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee plans to..
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Trump slams impeachment inquiry ahead of NATO trip

President Trump has arrived in London to attend a NATO summit, but his fight back home with Democrats over the impeachment inquiry rages on. Nancy Cordes explains.
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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..
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White House won't participate in impeachment inquiry hearing

The White House says it will not participate in an impeachment hearing scheduled for this week. In a letter to the House Judiciary Committee Sunday, the White House's top lawyer slammed the impeachment..
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John Bolton breaks his silence on Twitter

A key figure in the impeachment inquiry is giving indications he might be willing to tell what he knows about aid to Ukraine. Nancy Cordes explains why everyone wants to hear from John Bolton,..
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Trump pushes back against impeachment inquiry after second week of public hearings

President Trump has pushed back against House Democrats in an interview on "Fox & Friends," maintaining his position that he did nothing wrong concerning Ukraine. This comes after Democrats and..
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What comes next in the Trump impeachment inquiry?

The impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump is moving to the next phase after defiant testimony from the final public witnesses. Former White House official Fiona Hill and State Department..
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Fiona Hill says Sondland sent on "political errand" in Ukraine

A top White House adviser told Congress Thursday she knew attempts to pressure Ukraine would "blow up." Fiona Hill also said she warned Ambassador Gordon Sondland he was carrying out a "political..
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2 key witnesses to testify in impeachment hearings Thursday

New revelations are expected in Thursday’s impeachment testimonies, after Gordon Sondland, President Trump's hand-picked EU ambassador, said there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine. But Trump and other..
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Gordon Sondland implicates Trump officials in "quid pro quo" scheme

The U.S. mbassador to the European Union implicated President Trump and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in a "quid pro quo" scheme to pressure Ukraine to investigate the Bidens. Sondland said "everyone..
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Witnesses describe Trump call with the president of Ukraine as "improper"

The third round of impeachment hearings got underway on Tuesday. Two witnesses were alarmed by the president's July call with the leader of Ukraine, calling it "improper" and "unusual." Nancy Cordes..
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State Department official's impeachment inquiry testimony pokes holes in GOP defense

Four officials are testifying Tuesday in the public impeachment hearings, including three who have first-hand knowledge of the call at the center of the proceedings between President Trump and the..
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Congress to hear from 9 witnesses in 3 days of impeachment hearings

The impeachment hearings are about to enter a rapid-fire round of nine witnesses in just three days. On Tuesday, Congress will hear from three people who listened in on the phone call that prompted the..
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Eight more witnesses expected in public impeachment hearings this week

The second week of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry has eight witnesses scheduled to testify. Three of the four witnesses set to testify Tuesday were on the July Ukraine phone call which..
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Pelosi's take on Trump and the impeachment inquiry hearings

In an interview with "Face the Nation," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said President Trump has every opportunity to present his case to lawmakers in the impeachment inquiry. The president said he'd..
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Trump accused of witness intimidation during impeachment hearing

President Trump is accused of witness intimidation and now faces another possible impeachment charge. He attacked Marie Yovanovitch on Twitter while she was testifying. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine to testify in Day 2 of public hearings

Day 2 of the public hearings in the House impeachment inquiry begin Friday with the testimony of former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch. President Trump removed her in May and two months..
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Nancy Pelosi accuses Trump of bribery

Heading into the next round of televised impeachment hearings, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is now publicly accusing President Trump of bribery in Ukraine. The U.S. Constitution says a president can be..
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Pelosi says Trump admitted to bribery

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says President Trump committed bribery in his dealings with the president of Ukraine. “I am saying that what the President has admitted to and says ‘it’s perfect’—..
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Top diplomat to Ukraine reveals staffer heard Trump talk about investigating Bidens

In the first public impeachment hearings, top U.S. diplomat to Ukraine Bill Taylor revealed details of a previously undisclosed phone call between President Trump and Ambassador to the European Union,..
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Impeachment hearings: Diplomat describes Trump call on Ukraine

Day 1 of historic impeachment hearings produced a startling claim, directly tying President Trump to the effort to pressure Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden and his son. The top..
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Diplomats call freezing aid to Ukraine a threat to national security

For the first time in more than two decades, the country watched televised impeachment hearings. There was new information at the top of the hearing from Amabassador Bill Taylor. Nancy Cordes reports.
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How the Trump impeachment inquiry compares to Bill Clinton's

The first public hearings of the impeachment inquiry that begin Wednesday mark the fourth time in history that Congress has considered removing a president from office. The last time was 1998 when the..
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What to expect from first public hearing of Trump impeachment inquiry

The first public hearings on the potential impeachment of President Trump begin Wednesday. The House Intelligence Committee will question two senior officials who have served presidents of both parties..
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House prepares for public hearings in impeachment inquiry

Tuesday was a day for last-minute strategy sessions, ahead of the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump. The two witnesses testifying have a combined 51 years in..
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Democrats weigh impeachment inquiry vote

House Democrats are holding a crucial meeting on whether to vote to authorize a formal impeachment inquiry. Support is growing as more witnesses testify about President Trump's efforts to have Ukraine..
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Hillary Clinton says Russians are “grooming” a 2020 candidate

The last Democratic presidential nominee made an extraordinary accusation about one of the current candidates. Hillary Clinton suggested Russians are “grooming” a 2020 Democratic candidate. Nancy..
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Trump's former Russia adviser testifies before Congress

The first former White House official testified in the impeachment inquiry. The Trump administration calls the inquiry "illegitimate." But in a CBS News poll, 63 percent of Americans said the..
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Ex-Ukraine ambassador says she was removed on "unfounded and false claims"

Former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch told House impeachment investigators that President Trump had pressured the State Department to oust her from her post. Nancy Cordes reports.
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Top diplomat in Ukraine gives "damning" testimony

America's senior diplomat in Ukraine is testifying, laying out what Democrats are calling "damning" allegations against the president. Bill Taylor described a secret campaign to pressure Ukraine, using..
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Top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine describes "alarming" Ukraine pressure campaign

Detailed, damning and disturbing — that's how House Democrats described the almost 10-hours of testimony given by Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine, as part of the impeachment inquiry...
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House approves resolution for next steps in the impeachment inquiry

Lawmakers voted, mostly along party lines, to approve a resolution that lays out the next steps in the impeachment inquiry. For the first time, they heard testimony from a current White House political..
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Vindman told not to discuss Trump's call with the president of Ukraine

The president's top Ukraine aid, Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman, was told this summer not to discuss President Trump's call with the president of Ukraine. That warning came from a top White House..
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John Bolton asked to testify in impeachment inquiry

House investigators have asked President Trump's former national security adviser to testify in the impeachment inquiry. John Bolton was openly troubled by the president's approach to Ukraine and has..
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House to vote on impeachment inquiry later this week

Later this week, the House will take its first vote on the impeachment inquiry against President Trump. The White House has used the lack of a formal vote to avoid cooperating with the probe. Nancy..
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CBS News poll: 43% of Americans say Trump deserves to be impeached

A new CBS News poll shows 43% of Americans say President Trump deserves impeachment, while 40% say he does not. This comes as Congress prepares for the first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry..
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CBS News poll: Americans still split on impeachment of President Trump

A CBS News poll on impeachment shows Americans are still split ahead of Wednesday's first public hearings. Nancy Cordes reports on the Democrats’ and Republicans’ strategies.
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Democrats release transcript of Pentagon official's testimony

In newly-released testimony, a Pentagon official said national security leaders felt military aid to Ukraine should not be stopped by the White House. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
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Impeachment hearings: Democrats push back on GOP witness list

The House impeachment inquiry starts public hearings this week, and Democrats are pushing back against witnesses that Republicans want to testify. Both sides are trying to make their cases to the..
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Testimony released from Trump's former Russia adviser

Testimony from President Trump's former Russia adviser, Fiona Hill, and Army Lieutenant Colonel Alexander Vindman have brought the Ukraine scandal to the president's top aide. The president maintained..
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This week's impeachment inquiry highlights

CBS News chief congressional correspondent Nancy Cordes joins CBSN to recap developments in the impeachment inquiry against President Trump during the second week in November.
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State Department official's testimony details efforts to pressure Ukraine

In newly released testimony, a career official in the State Department said President Trump wanted the leader of Ukraine to make a public statement including the words, "investigations, Biden and..
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Senators announce first bipartisan climate caucus

A group of senators is announcing the first bipartisan caucus to address climate change, only on “CBS This Morning.” In our Eye on Earth series, Nancy Cordes spoke with members of both parties on..
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Open impeachment hearings set to begin next week

The first open hearings in the House inquiry into President Trump will begin in one week. The acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine will be first to testify. Nancy Cordes has the latest.
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Bob Schieffer: I can't find any Republican who now thinks Trump will win

CBS News' Norah O'Donnell, Bob Schieffer, Major Garrett and Nancy Cordes discuss how Trump might approach the second presidential debate and how Clinton will react on stage.
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Is the Republican health care plan dead?

Ruth Marcus, Ben Domenech, David Nakamura, and Nancy Cordes discuss the failed health care bill and where it could go from here.
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What does General Kelly's hiring mean for the Republican Party?

Ruth Marcus, Ben Domenech, David Nakamura, and Nancy Cordes discuss General John Kelly's new position and President Trump's criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
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Democrats could release more transcripts in impeachment inquiry

Democrats could release more transcripts from testimony in the impeachment inquiry as new witnesses gear up to testify. This comes after lawmakers released Ambassador Gordon Sondland's bombshell..
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Top diplomat Gordon Sondland amends impeachment inquiry testimony

One of President Trump’s most supportive witnesses in the impeachment inquiry has changed his testimony to confirm a quid pro quo with Ukraine. The ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland,..
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Top U.S. diplomat changed his testimony in impeachment inquiry

A key witness in the impeachment inquiry changed his testimony. Gordon Sondland now says he believes the Trump administration demanded a quid pro quo from Ukraine. Nancy Cordes reports.
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