This week, Nick Fandos joined Politics with Amy Walter to share the latest about the House's impeachment vote. But while the national media has been saturated with impeachment, Democratic candidates are focused on Iowa, where voters will cast their ballots in the new year. Tiffany Muller, President and Executive Director of End Citizens United and Michael McAdams, National Press Secretary of the National Republican Congressional Committee, weigh in on how the two parties vision impeachment playing out in 2020 and the messages they're relaying to their separate bases.
Also, The Washington Post's Heather Long discusses why it's rare to hear about the loss of administrative jobs that were primarily held by women. The president of the Voter Participation Center, Page Gardner, explains why presidential candidates should harness the voting power of unmarried women.
The Alabama bill aims to criminalize abortion in almost all cases and would charge doctors with up to 99 years in prisons for providing abortions.
Up to hundreds of thousands of Syrians were imprisoned and tortured — and many were killed — in President Bashar al-Assad's continued campaign to stifle opposition.
The Remain in Mexico policy change is also placing migrants in danger.
Republican Senator Josh Hawley plans legislation that would prohibit game makers from selling loot boxes to minors.
Native women face high rates of violence and murder and go missing more often than other groups of women.
For all the leaning in, women still made 82 cents on the dollar in 2017. Women of color fared even worse.
After the biggest nuclear disaster since Chernobyl, Japan is continuing its clean-up of Fukushima. And it's getting a little assistance from an unlikely helper: robots.
Democrats won with women by 19 points in the 2018 midterm elections.Efforts to recruit new women candidates to the Republican Party have faltered and while a record number of women will be serving in the next Congress come January, most of them are Democrats. There will actually be fewer Republican women on the Hill in 2019 than there were this year. So does the GOP have a gender problem and what might that mean leading up to the 2020 presidential election?
This week onPolitics with Amy Walter from The Takeaway,we'll examine the growing divide among Republican leadership and the electorate and we visit Kansas, where a handful of Republican women in the statehouse have defected from the GOP.
Kansas State Senator Barbara Bollierand Representative Stephanie Claytonrepresent suburban districts where a majority of voters went for Hillary Clinton in 2016.
Kim Alfanois a Republican strategist and CEO of Alfano Communications.
Robert P. Jonesis the CEO of the public religion research institute and the authorthe End of White Christian America.
After President Trump's rollback of Obama-era affirmative action guidelines, and Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement, race-based college admissions could become a thing of the past. We have a big look at affirmative action, how it works, what attitudes around it are and how those attitudes are changing; a look at the Carter Page FISA application for wire-tapping and surveillance; a reporter discusses the county and city's efforts to deal with the booming homeless population in Los Angeles; and we kick off our series of conversations on women and rage - starting with a roundtable.