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60-Second Civics: Episode 3939, Impeachment
The process of impeachment is an important way to limit the power of the president and other federal officials and prevent the abuse of power. The House of Representative has the power to impeach the president and other federal officials. The Senate then holds a trial. Conviction and removal from office requires a two-thirds majority vote of the Senate.


60-Second Civics: Episode 3512, Examples of Impeachment (rebroadcast)
Seventeen national officers have been impeached since 1792.


60-Second Civics: Episode 3511, Impeachment (rebroadcast)
Any member of the House can initiate impeachment proceedings, but two-thirds of the Senate is required for removal from office.


60-Second Civics: Episode 3100, Impeachment
Learn about the process of impeachment.


60-Second Civics: Episode 2671, Examples of impeachment
Seventeen national officers have been impeached since 1792.


60-Second Civics: Episode 2670, Impeachment
Any member of the House can initiate impeachment proceedings, but two-thirds of the Senate is required for removal from office.


60-Second Civics: Episode 2473, Impeachment and judicial review
Impeachment and judicial review are two vital checks on the power of government.


60-Second Civics: Episode 2173, The Three Branches of Government, Part 18: Impeachment and judicial review
Today we learn about two important checks on government: impeachment and judicial review.


60-Second Civics: Episode 2002, We the People, Lesson 16, Part 3: Impeachment
On today's podcast, we learn about impeachment. This episode originally aired in 2013.


60-Second Civics: Episode 1808, The Three Branches of Government, Part 18: Impeachment and judicial review
Today we learn about two important checks on government: impeachment and judicial review.


60-Second Civics: Episode 1637, We the People, Lesson 16, Part 3: Impeachment
On today's podcast, we learn about impeachment.


60-Second Civics: Episode 595, How Congress functions: Part 32: Impeachment and maladministration
How Congress functions: Part 32: Impeachment and maladministration


60-Second Civics: Episode 594, How Congress functions: Part 31: Using the impeachment power
How Congress functions: Part 31: Using the impeachment power


60-Second Civics: Episode 593, How Congress functions: Part 30: Impeachment power of Congress
How Congress functions: Part 30: Impeachment power of Congress


60-Second Civics: Episode 333, Impeachment
We discuss Article I of the Constitution: the power to impeach the president and other government officials.

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