High Crimes: Hearings at the Hague, Articles in the House, and Shifty DNA

High Crimes: Hearings at the Hague, Articles in the House, and Shifty DNA

Skimm This - December 10, 2019 - 13:39

The government of Myanmar is in court this week over allegations of genocide, and the actions of the country’s Nobel Peace Prize-winning leader is raising some eyebrows. We’ll explain why this case could have international implications. Meanwhile, Democrats in the House of Representatives have officially decided on two articles of impeachment against President Trump. We’ll break down what’s in them, and what ended up on the cutting room floor. Also on today’s show: a day to celebrate human rights, and a medical marvel that could really change you.

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