PBS's Special Coverage of the Impeachment Hearings

Daniel Hautzinger
The Impeachment Hearings - coverage by PBS Newshour

The House of Representatives began public impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump on November 13. More public hearings continue this week, with eight officials expected to testify before the House Intelligence Committee this week, beginning November 19. You can watch PBS NewsHour's special coverage of the hearings live or at any time at wttw.com, on WTTW's Facebook page, or at PBS NewsHour's website.

In addition, WTTW will be airing NewsHour's live coverage on WTTW Prime (11.2, channel 367 for Comcast subscribers, and channel 37 for RCN subscribers). We will rebroadcast the hearings during primetime on our WORLD channel (11.3, channel 369 for Comcast subscribers and channel 38 for RCN subscribers).

The first witnesses before the House Intelligence Committee will be Bill Taylor, the top U.S. diplomat for Ukraine and George Kent, the deputy assistant secretary of state for for European and Eurasian affairs, on Wednesday. Marie Yovanovitch, the ambassador to Ukraine who was forced out of her position, testified on Friday.