A new battle is brewing between the Trump administration and House Democrats. As Nancy Cordes reports, it started with a mysterious complaint from a government whistleblower, apparently over communication the president had with a foreign leader.
A mysterious whistleblower report is consuming Washington, but details are still limited. CBS News White House correspondent Paula Reid, CBS News intelligence and national security reporter Olivia Gazis, and Wall Street Journal reporter Shiobhan Hughes spoke to CBSN's "Red & Blue."
Twelve presidential candidates from both parties are in Washington for a two-day forum focused on climate change. Mattias Lehman, digital director for the Sunrise Movement, spoke to CBSN's "Red and Blue" about the state of climate policy in the 2020 election.
A new article in The Atlantic details the ongoing battle between Ivanka and Donald Trump, Jr. to be heir to their father's business dynasty. McKay Coppins wrote that piece, and joined "Red & Blue" to discuss the Trump children's fight to succeed their father.
Senator Elizabeth Warren is rising in the 2020 Democratic primary polls, but she's struggled in her Massachusetts elections with white, working-class voters who will make up the populations in many swing states. Alex Thompson of Politico joined CBSN to explain how Warren is approaching this potential issue.