North Korea's Test, The Tax Reform Rush And The Shutdown Threat

Nov 30, 2017

North Korea claims it successfully tested an intercontinental ballistic missile, able to strike anywhere in the United States. Congress works to extend government funding before a December 8 deadline to avoid a shutdown as Republicans push their tax plan to passage. A fight over the new director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau goes to the courts. 

And as Democrats call for ethics investigations into two members of their party for possible sexual misconduct, President Trump continues his support of Republican candidate Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate race, despite multiple accusations of sexual abuse against Moore. 

Joining us to discuss these and other top political stories are Political Junkie Ken Rudin and WVXU politics reporter Howard Wilkinson.