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19 Nov 9:07pm Updated House Judiciary Committee wants McGahn testimony about Trump soon after Ukraine hearings end
The House Judiciary Committee is planning to hold hearings on impeaching the President that expand past the current Ukraine investigation and wants former White House counsel Don McGahn to be forced to testify, according to a new court filing.
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19 Nov 9:01pm Updated White House Twitter account slams decorated veteran Vindman during testimony
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman had already recounted his unease at President Donald Trump's approach to Ukraine and his actions to report it when his employer -- the White House -- attacked him on Twitter.
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19 Nov 7:19pm Updated Emails show Stephen Miller targeted Rubio, had editorial sway at Breitbart
Stephen Miller, the controversial senior White House policy adviser with hardline immigration views, coordinated with editors at far-right news site Breitbart to shape its immigration coverage, pushing criticism of Republican Sen. Marco Rubio's immigration policies, and otherwise directing editorial coverage, newly released emails from 2015 show.
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19 Nov 5:59pm The Point: Donald Trump and Melania Trump register to vote in Florida
President Donald Trump is officially a Florida man.
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19 Nov 5:35pm Donald Trump and Melania Trump register to vote in Florida
President Donald Trump is officially a Florida man.
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19 Nov 4:08pm DOJ watchdog finds security risks in FBI handling of confidential sources
A Justice Department audit on how the FBI manages its confidential sources found security risks in the agency's handling of communications with, and information from, its sources.
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19 Nov 3:36pm Updated House passes short-term funding bill to avert a government shutdown
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on Tuesday to approve a short-term funding bill in an effort to avert a government shutdown before funds expire later in the week.
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19 Nov 2:03pm Updated The Point: How Elise Stefanik became an overnight conservative hero
Elise Stefanik isn't the most likely hero of the Trump era.
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19 Nov 9:37am Updated Four witnesses to testify Tuesday at back-to-back public impeachment hearings
The House's impeachment hearing marathon is underway.
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19 Nov 9:15am Updated Analysis: Impeachment inquiry enters most crucial stage with top witnesses on deck
Democrats who want to oust President Donald Trump and Republicans battling to save him are braced for the most momentous phase yet in the battle of impeachment that is rocking Washington.
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19 Nov 8:19am Updated The many contradictions of Gordon Sondland
When Vice President Mike Pence departed a September meeting with the Ukrainian President, the US ambassador to the European Union moved quickly across the room on the mezzanine level of the Warsaw Marriott to corral one of the new President's top aides.
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19 Nov 7:02am House to vote on short-term funding bill to avert shutdown ahead of looming deadline
The House of Representatives is expected to vote on Tuesday to approve a short-term funding bill in an effort to avert a government shutdown before funds expire later in the week.
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19 Nov 6:00am New poll shows likely Iowa Democratic caucusgoers divided on health care
A CNN/Des Moines Register/Mediacom poll in Iowa finds that a majority of likely Democratic caucusgoers would prefer a health care option that isn't "Medicare for All."
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19 Nov 3:47am Impeachment inquiry enters most crucial stage with top witnesses on deck
Democrats who want to oust President Donald Trump and Republicans battling to save him are braced for the most momentous phase yet in the battle of impeachment that is rocking Washington.
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