NPR's Mary Louise Kelly speaks with David Brooks of The New York Times and E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post, about the politics of impeachment in the future.NPR.org
House Democrats are drafting articles of impeachment and President Trump is indicating he will not participate in the process.NPR.org
The House is scheduled to vote on impeachment next week, with political repercussions impossible to know.NPR.org
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with E.J. Dionne of The Washington Post, and Hugo Gurdon of the Washington Examiner about impeachment news and British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's election victory.NPR.org
The Judiciary Committee takes up impeachment, and the president has a chance to present a defense if he wants to. Meanwhile, there's more jockeying for position in the Democratic race.NPR.org
Voters began casting their ballots in Guinea Bissau's presidential election on Sunday, which they hope will bring change to the coup-prone nation after weeks of political chaos that sparked violent protests and deadlocked parliament.U.S.
Key Events In The Week Ahead: PMIs, ISMs, Payrolls And Politics While the period after Thanksgiving is traditionally when trading desks wind down for the year as most PMs and algos head for the hills of Aspen and Chamonix, there is still economic data to digest with this first week of December hosting a number of critical events that will set the agenda for markets running up to Christmas. As DB's Jim Reid notes, data releases include global PMIs (today and Wednesday), the US jobs...Zero Hedge