PBS's Coverage of the Impeachment Hearings in December

Daniel Hautzinger
The Impeachment Hearings. PBS NewsHour

After five days of public impeachment hearings held by the House Intelligence Committee, the House Judiciary Committee has begun its own set of public hearings. They continue on Monday, December 9, when lawyers for both the Judiciary and Intelligence Committee will formally present evidence in the impeachment inquiry. 

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 Judiciary Committee's first hearing, which took place Wednesday, examined grounds for impeachment on the premise of "high crimes and misdemeanors," with testimony from four scholars and experts.