Lesley Stahl compares impeachment to Watergate hearings
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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg interpreted the ConstitutionIn 2008 Ginsburg told Lesley Stahl, “the genius of the United States is that, over, now, the course of more than two centuries, the notion of "we the people"..
Ruth Bader Ginsburg on 60 Minutes in 2008The Supreme Court justice told Lesley Stahl about her view of the Constitution and her friendship with Antonin Scalia.
Toxic waste in the Tijuana River spilling into CaliforniaBeaches are being polluted and communities, including the Navy SEALs and Border Patrol, are getting sick from the waste. Lesley Stahl reports.
A different kind of border crisis: toxic waste in the Tijuana River spilling into CaliforniaBeaches are being polluted and communities, including the Navy SEALs and Border Patrol, are getting sick from the waste. Lesley Stahl reports.
Why did President Trump speak to Bob Woodward?For “Rage,” the president sat for 18 interviews with the Watergate journalist over the course of months and knew he was being recorded
For a President Who ‘Needs to Touch the Flame,’ Bob Woodward Was IrresistiblePresident Trump gave 18 interviews to the famed Watergate journalist, gambling that he could control the narrative. Instead, he undermined himself shortly before..
Poison Pen? Ricin-Filled Mailer Sent To Trump
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Package with Ricin Sent to White House, Addressed to President TrumpSomebody tried sending ricin to the White House, with the intent of having it received by President Trump ... this according to several reports. The NYT, CNN and..
Authorities are investigating a package sent – but not delivered – to President Trump that contained the poison ricinOfficials are investigating a package sent to President Trump. It was screened off site and never made it to the White House.
Ricin Is Said to Have Been Sent to White HouseFederal investigators are working to track down who sent it and determine whether other envelopes have been sent through the postal system.
'She never failed': Reaction to the death of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgEven as they mourn Ginsburg's death, officials at the White House and on Capitol Hill began thinking about the process of filling her seat.
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