JOHN YANG: The stage is set tonight for the next act in the impeachment drama: a Senate trial of President Trump. But there are questions about just when that will happen. Those questions arose after House Democrats finished their work last night, and the answers remained unclear today. The morning after the House voted to
JUDY WOODRUFF: It is the eve of impeachment. The United States House of Representatives convenes tomorrow to consider the case against President Trump. But, first, lawmakers spent long hours working out the rules for those proceedings. Once again, congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins begins our coverage. REP. JIM MCGOVERN (D-MA): The Rules Committee will come to
JUDY WOODRUFF: Good evening. I’m Judy Woodruff. On the “NewsHour” tonight: the brink of history. The U.S. House sets the stage for tomorrow’s vote to impeach President Donald Trump. Then: clipping the wings. Boeing stops production of its 737 MAX passenger jets, following two deadly crashes and many questions about what went wrong. And from
JUDY WOODRUFF: And congressional correspondent Lisa Desjardins joins me now. Hello, Lisa. So this vote by the Judiciary Committee was supposed to happen last night. They put it off until this morning. Tell us what happened and why does that matter? LISA DESJARDINS: First of all, I want to note this is something that is
JUDY WOODRUFF: Our other big story tonight, impeachment. The Judiciary Committee in the House of Representatives met all today, hearing the evidence and the arguments for and against putting President Trump on trial. Nick Schifrin begins our coverage. NICK SCHIFRIN: Today, Democrats summed up their case for impeachment and sharpened their attacks on President Trump.