CNN Inside Politics
Each weekday, Dana Bash and a panel of well-sourced reporters bring you the most important political stories of the day. On the weekend, Abby Phillip kicks off CNN's Sunday morning political programming with Inside Politics Sunday. Dana and Abby get answers from the people making headlines, explain the political that stories matter, and report on how the news will impact you.
Plus: Life or death politics. Ukraine's president tries to convince a coalition to pay billions more in bullets, but Washington decides what will be felt.
And: Media titan Rupert Murdoch steps down and says he will hand off the business to his son.
Plus: Consider the gauntlet thrown. The House speaker issues a challenge to Conservatives whose demands could lead to a shutdown.
And: A key narrative as told by a whistleblower center to the Hunter Biden investigation is refuted by others outside the room.
Next: Today is the fourth day of the UAW strike at the 3 largest US auto makers. Union representatives have met with company executives, but progress has been slow. Unifor workers at multiple Canadian plants may go on strike tomorrow, which would increase pressure on the auto giants.
Then: Do...Show morenald Trump recently expressed a slightly less anti-abortion stance than many of the other Republican presidential candidates.
Later: Kevin McCarthy has less than 2 weeks to avert a government shutdown.
Next: Some Republicans are excited about the newly opened impeachment investigation into Pres. Biden, but others see it as political theatre without evidence.
Then: Some US Conservative representatives want to remove House Speaker Kevin McCarthy to force more conservative policies. The House of Representatives has less than 2 weeks to pass a spending bill or face a government shutdown.
Plus: The president's Justice Department charges his son with crimes. Hunter Biden's attorneys respond by borrowing from the Trump political playbook.
And: Temper tantrums and big divides over how to pay the nation's bills up the odds that Kevin McCarthy can't steer away Congress from a crippling shutdown.
Plus: The judge in charge of the Trump case makes a critical decision and says the former president's trial won't happen in October.
And: Detroit drives towards a strike. A walkout could trigger nationwide sticker shock and inch the economy closer to a recession.
Also on today's show: Kevin McCarthy tries to explain why he made a unilateral decision to move forward with an impeachment inquiry into President Biden.
Next: Kim Jung Un went on a diplomatic visit to meet with Vladimir Putin today, which may strengthen their alliance and dealings.
Then: Rep. Gerry Connolly (D-VA) says that there is no evidence for any impeachable offense by President Biden.
Later: Georgia District Attorney Fani Willis plans to try Donald Trump and his 18 codefendants at once.