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Dems signal Mueller-related impeachment charges as witnesses assail Trump

Dems signal Mueller-related impeachment charges as witnesses assail Trump

One legal expert said Trump's Ukraine dealings were "worse than the misconduct of any prior president."
'One of the hardest decisions of my life': Kamala Harris ends once-promising campaign

'One of the hardest decisions of my life': Kamala Harris ends once-promising campaign

The California senator took a deep look at the campaign’s resources over the holiday and decided she did not have a path to the nomination.
Trump plans to move forward with more China tariffs this month, report says

Trump plans to move forward with more China tariffs this month, report says

President Donald Trump could still extend punitive tariffs to virtually all imports from China this month. Previous media reports indicated those could be delayed as part of a broader trade agreement
The case for Bernie Sanders

The case for Bernie Sanders

The Democratic presidential primary has apparently settled down into a four-way race. Elizabeth Warren briefly took the lead awhile ago, but has since fallen back. Joe Biden is leading once more in
Is China NATO’s new adversary?

Is China NATO’s new adversary?

In the run-up to this week's summit, U.S. officials urged the Western military alliance to take China to task.

Republican privacy bill would set U.S. rules, pre-empt California: senator

A draft consumer privacy bill written by Republican U.S. Senator Roger Wicker's staff would set nationwide rules for handling of personal information online and elsewhere and override state laws,
Rep. Duncan Hunter Expected to Plead Guilty on Corruption Charges, Considers Leaving Congress

Rep. Duncan Hunter Expected to Plead Guilty on Corruption Charges, Considers Leaving Congress

The California Republican is facing federal charges that he looted campaign cash

Supreme Court shows little appetite for expanding gun rights in arguments over New York regulation

It was the first significant gun-rights case the Supreme Court had heard in nearly a decade.
Zuckerberg: People should "make their own judgments" on political ads

Zuckerberg: People should "make their own judgments" on political ads

For the first time, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, are sitting down together for a network TV interview.
11-Year-Old Ballerina Charlotte Nebres Makes History as First Black Lead in NYC Ballet's The Nutcracker
White House Says President Trump Won't Participate In Wednesday Impeachment Hearing

White House Says President Trump Won't Participate In Wednesday Impeachment Hearing

The inquiry into Trump's dealing with Ukraine is moving from fact-gathering to considerations of law. House Republicans are knocking the process as rushed, unfair and guided by anti-Trump fervor.
Booker appeals for donations to keep campaign afloat

Booker appeals for donations to keep campaign afloat

The New Jersey senator has not qualified for the next Democratic presidential debate in Los Angeles later this month.
A Majority of Republicans Say Trump is Better President Than Lincoln

A Majority of Republicans Say Trump is Better President Than Lincoln

Trump beats out lots of Republican former presidents, although Ronald Reagan is the one exception.
Joe Biden nibbled on his wife's finger in a bizarre campaign stop moment

Joe Biden nibbled on his wife's finger in a bizarre campaign stop moment

Former Vice President Joe Biden inexplicably chomped down on his wife's finger during a campaign event in Iowa on Saturday. Jill Biden had been speaking to a crowd and gesturing with her hands when
Pelosi to attend climate summit amid withdrawal from climate deal

Pelosi to attend climate summit amid withdrawal from climate deal

The U.S. began the formal withdrawal process from the Paris Climate Agreement earlier this month.

Black Friday backlash grows in Europe

A growing chorus of environmental groups, policymakers and even retailers are encouraging people to boycott the shopping tradition.
Apple Bends To Russia, Recognizes Crimea Annexation On Maps App

Apple Bends To Russia, Recognizes Crimea Annexation On Maps App

After an update on its Weather and Maps apps, Apple was slammed by Ukraine, which said the tech giant didn't "give a damn" about its pain.