Politics

Schumer sends letter to set framework for impeachment trialSenate Republicans, including McConnell, have been signaling to the president they would prefer a speedy trial that does not involve calling any new witnesses.
Worker strike may put Democratic debate in jeopardyThe sixth Democratic presidential debate, set to be held in Los Angeles this week, is in jeopardy. On Sunday, all seven candidates scheduled to appear pledged to boycott the debate in support of striking workers at the site. Farrah Fazal reports.
House Republicans prepare to vote on articles of impeachmentHistory will be made this week in Washington. For only the third time ever, the full House will vote on articles of impeachment against an American president. Republicans promise to "deep six" a Senate trial. Nikole Killion reports.
Face the Nation: Robert Lighthizer, Anthony Salvanto, Ed O'Keefe, Kelsey Snell, David French, Dan Balz, Edward WongMissed the second half of the show? The latest on U.S. trade rep hails USMCA, China deals as "most momentous day in trade history ever," CBS News poll: Americans remain divided on Trump impeachment, and political panelists break down the latest in the impeachment saga.
Trump attends Army-Navy game days before from the impeachment voteThe historic House vote on articles of impeachment against President Trump — a vote that would make Mr. Trump only the third president to be impeached — is just days away. On Saturday, the president took in another battle — the 120th edition of the Army-Navy game. If the House votes as expected, the president would face a Senate trial in the new year. Paula Reid reports.
CBS News poll: Americans remain divided on Trump impeachmentCBS News elections and surveys director Anthony Salvanto and political correspondent Ed O'Keefe break down the latest Battleground Tracker poll on the 2020 race and Americans' views on impeachment.

National News

Midwest hit with snow as storm heads eastOn Sunday, winter advisories and winter storm warnings are up from Colorado all the way to Pennsylvania. It already looks like the real deal in big parts of the country. Jeff Berardelli reports.
12/15: CBS Evening NewsHouse Republicans prepare to vote on articles of impeachment; Maryland gas station owner opens first gas-to-electric refueling station.
Maryland gas station owner opens first gas-to-electric refueling stationA Maryland gas station owner recently dug up all his pumps, and plugged into the future, for the first time in the nation. Kris Van Cleave reports.
Schumer sends letter to set framework for impeachment trialSenate Republicans, including McConnell, have been signaling to the president they would prefer a speedy trial that does not involve calling any new witnesses.
Texas State University student sues Pi Kappa Phi fraternity over attackA gang of fraternity brothers of the Pi Kappa Phi fraternity appeared to be attacking a student and beating him badly in a disturbing video. The student said it started because the group thought he was a member of a rival frat. Now he is suing the fraternity and university. Laura Podesta reports.
Worker strike may put Democratic debate in jeopardyThe sixth Democratic presidential debate, set to be held in Los Angeles this week, is in jeopardy. On Sunday, all seven candidates scheduled to appear pledged to boycott the debate in support of striking workers at the site. Farrah Fazal reports.

World News

U.N. climate talks end with more alarms and little actionThe United Nations climate talks ended Sunday in Madrid with more alarms and little action. Critics are accusing big polluters of blocking progress to tackle the crisis. Ian Lee reports.
Anna Karina, iconic French New Wave actress, has died at 79''Her look was the look of the New Wave. It will remain so forever," French culture minister Franck Riester tweeted.
U.S. trade rep hails USMCA, China deals as "most momentous day in trade history ever""It was extremely momentous and indicative of where we're going, what this president has accomplished," U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer told "Face the Nation."
How misinformation was spread ahead of U.K. electionConservative leader Boris Johnson claimed a landslide victory in the U.K. elections. According to The New York Times, both the Conservative Party and the Labour Party spread misleading information online ahead of the election. Markos Kounalakis, a foreign affairs columnist for McClatchy, joined CBSN to discuss disinformation campaigns and electoral politics.
Almanac: Saving the Leaning Tower of PisaOn December 15, 2001, one of the world's most recognizable and beloved landmarks reopened to the public after an 11-year renovation aimed at preventing a catastrophe. Jane Pauley reports on the effort to protect Italy's Leaning Tower of Pisa.
Almanac: Saving the Leaning Tower of PisaOn December 15, 2001, one of the world's most recognizable and beloved landmarks reopened to the public after an 11-year renovation aimed at preventing a catastrophe