The articles are drafted, Trump's impeachment in motion--college students learn how to "adult" at Berkeley--a CHP officer ensures a happy ending at a LA DMV thanks to sign language

KNX In Depth
Tuesday, December 10th
Well there's no turning back now: after months of partisan debate, weeks of private depositions and heated public testimony, the articles of impeachment against President Trump are officially here; and the formal impeachment of the President doesn't seem far behind.

We go In Depth with Adam Schiff, chairman of the House Intelligence Committee that spearheaded the impeachment effort; and with one of the managers of the Trump 2020 campaign, as impeachment battle lines are drawn.

In non-impeachment news today:  there have been complaints about the SAT and ACT college admissions tests for years, and now an advocacy group is looking to force some changes.

Speaking of college students, it seems that even the best and brightest among them are having trouble with the seemingly simple elements of making a budget, grocery shopping, paying bills.  And now, at UC Berkeley, there's a class for that: Adulting 101.

And we bring you a rare feel-good story about the DMV, where a CHP officer who knows sign language arrived just in the nick of time to help out a deaf woman in distress.