The impeachment case against Joe Biden, explained | About That

The impeachment case against Joe Biden, explained | About That

The U.S. House of Representatives voted to formally open an impeachment inquiry into President Joe Biden, after a nearly year-long investigation by the Republicans. Andrew Chang breaks down the allegations against the president — and how his son, Hunter, is…

No peace in Ukraine until Russia's goals achieved, says Putin

No peace in Ukraine until Russia’s goals achieved, says Putin

Russian President Vladimir Putin says there will be no peace in Ukraine until the Kremlin realizes its goals, which remain unchanged, at a wide-ranging but heavily controlled end-of-year news conference.   »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos:…

Liberals blast Conservatives over Canada-Ukraine free trade deal | Power & Politics

Liberals blast Conservatives over Canada-Ukraine free trade deal | Power & Politics

The government says the Conservative vote against the expanded Canada-Ukraine Free trade deal and funding to train Ukrainian soldiers show a lack of support for Ukraine. The Conservatives say they voted to protest the carbon tax. The Power Panel weighs…

Zelenskyy pleads for more American aid for Ukraine | Power & Politics

Zelenskyy pleads for more American aid for Ukraine | Power & Politics

Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy met with U.S. President Joe Biden in Washington Tuesday to plead his case for more military aid to allow his country to defend itself from Russia. Alexandra Chyczji, the president of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, says…

Russia's threat is 'existential and long-term,' warns Finland’s foreign minister

Russia’s threat is ‘existential and long-term,’ warns Finland’s foreign minister

In a Canadian exclusive, Rosemary Barton interviews Finland’s Foreign Minister, Elina Valtonen, about border issues with Russia, NATO, and the war in Ukraine. Read more: »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect with CBC News Online: For…

Inside the U.S. Senate deadlock that could doom Ukraine funding | About That

Inside the U.S. Senate deadlock that could doom Ukraine funding | About That

A fight over border security measures has left more aid to Ukraine hanging in the balance. Andrew Chang explains what’s behind this Senate deadlock and what it could mean for Ukraine’s future. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more…

Why Ukraine can't beat Russia’s 'elastic defence' | About That

Why Ukraine can’t beat Russia’s ‘elastic defence’ | About That

Progress on the battlefield between Russia and Ukraine has slowed in both directions. Andrew Chang explores Russia’s “elastic defence” tactic and why Ukraine is struggling to find a strategic edge. »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect…

Russia boosts troops by 170,000 amid reports of Ukrainian attack on Siberian railway

Russia boosts troops by 170,000 amid reports of Ukrainian attack on Siberian railway

Ukraine’s spy agency staged two successive explosions on a railroad line in Siberia that serves as a key conduit for trade between Russia and China, according to unverified reports. Also, Russian President Vladimir Putin has ordered the country’s military to…

U.S. Defence Secretary Austin makes surprise visit to Ukraine

U.S. Defence Secretary Austin makes surprise visit to Ukraine

U.S. Secretary of Defence Lloyd Austin has arrived in Kyiv for an unannounced visit to reassure Ukraine of his country’s continuing military support.  »»» Subscribe to CBC News to watch more videos: Connect with CBC News Online: For breaking news,…

Canada needs to spend more on the right things when it comes to defence, minister says

Canada needs to spend more on the right things when it comes to defence, minister says

Rosemary Barton speaks with Minister of Defence Bill Blair from the Halifax International Security Forum about the preparedness of Canada’s Armed Forces amid global conflict and whether he anticipates cuts to the Department of National Defence in the upcoming fall…