On Point's weekly news roundtable, which airs Friday mornings at 10 a.m. ET.
The impeachment spotlight shifts to the Judiciary Committee. Trump at a strained NATO summit. Kamala Harris drops out of the presidential race. The roundtable weighs in on the week.
White House budget officials resigned in part over Ukraine aid concerns. Bloomberg enters the 2020 fray. Navy Secretary is pushed out.
In sworn testimony, an ambassador points at Trump on the Ukraine quid pro quo and says, "We followed the president’s orders." And the 2020 Democrats debate.
Jeff Sessions running for Senate. Top diplomat now recalls quid pro quo on Ukraine aid. Takeaway from state elections.
House vote and next steps in the impeachment inquiry. ISIS leader killed. California fires. The Washington Nationals are World Series champions.
A top U.S. diplomat ties Trump directly to a political quid pro quo in Ukraine. Trump dismisses Syria by saying, "Let someone else fight over this blood-stained sand."
Trump’s gambit in Syria leads to fears of massacres of Kurds — and a backlash at home. Warren in the hot seat. Giuliani rejects a congressional subpoena.
Multiple whistleblowers come forward. The White House refuses to cooperate with the impeachment inquiry. Turkey invades Syria with Trump’s green light.
President Trump’s inner circle under fire as the impeachment inquiry heats up. Sen. Bernie Sanders sidelined by a heart procedure. Facebook vs. Sen. Elizabeth Warren.
House Democrats launch an impeachment inquiry. Trump condemns globalism at the U.N. "How dare you" — a Swedish teen’s passionate cry for climate action.
Saudi Arabia oil attacks. The New York Times versus Kavanaugh. Trump’s former campaign manager plays dodgeball on Capitol Hill. GM strikes.
Bolton exits. Democrats debate. GOP notches up a win in N.C. The House moves on gun control. The roundtable is here.
The wrath of Dorian. Walmart and guns. Brexit, not so fast. Hong Kong concession and protests. The roundtable is here.
ABC News White House Correspondent Karen Travers, POLITICO national reporter Laura Barrón-López and On Point news analyst Jack Beatty discuss the week's top headlines.
Economic anxiety. Trump’s new migration policy. The G7 rendezvous in France. Greenland stands its ground. The roundtable is here.
The Trump Administration toughens immigration policy. The markets tumble. And the DOJ investigates the jail that held Jeffrey Epstein.
Two mass shootings rock the country. Lawmakers weigh gun legislation. Protests break out in Hong Kong, and trade war breaks out with China.
Democrats debate. The president attacks Baltimore. Fed cuts rates for the first time since 2008. The roundtable is here.
Fallout from Mueller’s testimony. Puerto Rico’s governor resigns. The U.K. has a new prime minister. A federal judge blocks new asylum restrictions.
Racial firestorm. The House condemns Trump’s comments. No charges in the chokehold death of Eric Garner. New asylum rules. The roundtable is here.