The impeachment and trial of President Donald Trump is a significant and consequential moment in American history. That’s why CapRadio and NPR are committed to bringing you gavel-to-gavel coverage along with analysis and context so you can hear, see and understand the process. We believe it’s one of the most important roles of public media.
Each day, you can listen to the trial live on-air or streaming here at capradio.org. You'll also be able to watch the events live, and get updated information on the proceedings from NPR reporters.
While CapRadio’s regular program schedule is being preempted during the Senate impeachment trial, there are many options for you to find the shows you love and the latest information from CapRadio News and NPR, including our daily local news coverage. This website is your portal.
Here's where you can find information on your favorite shows during the trial:
- Insight With Beth Ruyak
- Morning Edition
- Here and Now
- All Things Considered
- Fresh Air
- The World
- The TED Radio Hour
- Science Friday
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