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8 Nov 8:18pm Updated Bannon testifies Trump campaign viewed Stone as access point to WikiLeaks
Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon said in court on Friday that he and the Trump campaign viewed Roger Stone, a longtime Donald Trump associate, as an access point to WikiLeaks, the organization that leaked stolen emails that were damaging to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
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8 Nov 7:22pm Updated Wall Street Journal: Giuliani associates asked former Ukrainian President to investigate Bidens and 2016 election
Two associates of President Donald Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani asked the former Ukrainian President in February to open an investigation into former Vice President Joe Biden and alleged interference into the 2016 election -- and in turn receive a state visit to Washington, DC, the Wall Street Journal reported on Friday.
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8 Nov 7:18pm Updated Airlines expect 737 MAX grounding to last nearly a year
Two major US airlines announced plans Friday to pull the Boeing 737 MAX from their schedules into March, raising the prospect the plane could be out of service for nearly a full year.
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8 Nov 7:15pm How Democrats are prepping for make-or-break public impeachment testimony
Democrats are turning to the most public phase of their impeachment probe into President Donald Trump yet: open congressional hearings.
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8 Nov 7:07pm Steyer aide at center of Iowa pay for endorsement controversy resigns
A top aide to billionaire Democratic presidential candidate Tom Steyer, who allegedly offered to pay Iowa politicians to endorse Steyer, has resigned, the campaign announced on Friday.
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8 Nov 6:38pm Updated White House officials testify quid pro quo effort was coordinated with Mulvaney
House impeachment investigators released on Friday the deposition transcripts of former White House aide Fiona Hill and the National Security Council's top Ukraine expert Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
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8 Nov 6:36pm The Point: This is the end of the beginning on impeachment
If the impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump were a play, the first act would now close.
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8 Nov 6:23pm Trump administration proposes charging for asylum applications, joining only 3 other countries
The Trump administration on Friday proposed a charge on asylum applications -- the first time the US government has charged for the form -- as well as an 83% fee increase for the naturalization form, according to a proposed rule issued in the Federal Register late in the afternoon.
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8 Nov 4:54pm Targets of foreign election interference may get a call from US intel officials
The US government has set up a new process to alert targets of foreign election interference in an attempt to be more transparent and counter ongoing efforts by Russia and other adversaries to influence the American political process.
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8 Nov 4:09pm Updated Trump projects optimism amid rapidly progressing impeachment inquiry
President Donald Trump is projecting optimism amid a rapidly progressing impeachment inquiry, saying Friday that the testimony released so far this week has been good for him.
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8 Nov 3:41pm Updated Trump and Giuliani remain in touch as impeachment drama heats up
President Donald Trump continues to speak with his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani on the phone, according to multiple people with knowledge, as the ongoing impeachment inquiry has accelerated. Those people say the men's attorney-client relationship remains close even as Giuliani's central role in the series of events leading to the start of the congressional probe becomes increasingly apparent.
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8 Nov 3:34pm Updated The Point: Jeff Sessions still loves Donald Trump very, very much
When Jeff Sessions announced Thursday night that he planned to run for his old Senate seat in 2020, he had a very simple message to convey: He still really, really likes Donald Trump. Like, a lot.
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8 Nov 2:02pm Trump, Sessions, Bloomberg: Alabama takes political center stage
For a few days, Alabama is at the center of American politics.
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8 Nov 1:28pm 11 times Trump has ripped Jeff Sessions
Jeff Sessions' entrance into the Alabama Senate race could reignite a bitter personal feud between him and President Donald Trump. The President lambasted Sessions personally and professionally throughout his tenure as attorney general in the Trump administration. Here's a look back at 11 times Trump resorted to insulting Sessions:
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8 Nov 1:05pm Updated Is it illegal to out the whistleblower?
As the House prepares for its first public hearings in the impeachment inquiry against President Donald Trump, the GOP is trying to shift attention back to the whistleblower whose complaint initially prompted the investigation. This growing discussion raises the question of whether it's a crime to out a government whistleblower. Turns out, the answer isn't as simple as it may seem.
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8 Nov 1:03pm Updated Analysis: Michael Bloomberg, the ultimate data guy, is ignoring the data
In laying the groundwork for a presidential run, Michael Bloomberg will have to do something he rarely does: ignore the data.
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8 Nov 1:02pm Updated Impeachment investigators release transcripts for Alexander Vindman and Fiona Hill
House impeachment investigators released on Friday the deposition transcripts of former White House aide Fiona Hill and the National Security Council's top Ukraine expert Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman.
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8 Nov 12:01pm Updated The Point: Why Donald Trump will obsess over Michael Bloomberg
Donald Trump has a very simple view on the world: The richer and more famous you are, the better.
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8 Nov 11:13am Trump fundraising for GOP senators ahead of possible impeachment trial
President Donald Trump has stepped up his outreach to Republican senators — including by helping his potential future jurors raise money for their reelection bids -- as the White House prepares for an impeachment trial in the Senate that looks increasingly likely.
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8 Nov 11:04am Updated The Point: What Michael Bloomberg means for the 2020 Democratic field
Two things are true about Michael Bloomberg.
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8 Nov 9:18am Updated Michael Bloomberg to file for Alabama 2020 primary
Former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg is expected to file for the Alabama 2020 presidential primary, a Bloomberg spokesperson told CNN on Thursday.
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8 Nov 8:42am Fast track: A House vote before Christmas?
Democrats continue to push an aggressive timeline for moving on the impeachment inquiry.
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