This Week in Politics 11/4/19

Monday, Oct. 28

  • Pelosi announces House will vote on resolution formalizing impeachment procedures this week.
  • EU delays Brexit until Jan. 31, EU President Donald Tusk announces.
  • GOP Rep. Greg Walden announces he will retire at the end of his Congressional term.
  • Wildfire breaks out threatening L.A. area causing mandatory evacuations.

Tuesday, Oct. 29

  • Democrats lay out next phase of impeachment inquiry behind closed doors.
  • Boeing CEO Dennis Muilenburg testifies in front of Congress.
  • NCAA says it will allow college athletes to profit from their name, image and likeness.
  • Dow Jones industrial average fell 20 points in the stock market.

Wednesday, Oct. 30

  • Washington Nationals win World Series for the first time in franchise history.
  • ‘Ghost Adventures’ host says he fell ill after investigating the real-life ‘Conjuring’ house.
  • Southern California fire complicated by strong winds as it pushes towards the Reagan library.
  • New cystic fibrosis drug could help 90 percent of patients, according to Washington Post.

Thursday, Oct. 31

  • A divided House passes resolution on impeachment inquiry.
  • White House official expected to confirm diplomat’s account that Trump appeared to seek quid pro quo with Ukraine.
  • Islamic State names new leader, Ibrahim al-Hashemi al-Qurayshi, after confirmation of death of Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.
  • White House officials launch new tax cut talks.

Friday, Nov. 1

  • Elizabeth Warren proposes new taxes on upper class to fund Medicare for all.
  • Nestle recalls some cookie dough products after customers found traces of food-grade rubber.
  • Trump announces Stephen Hahn as candidate for commissioner of the Food and Drug Administration.
  • U.S. economy added 128,000 jobs in October as unemployment rose to 3.6 percent.