Dems Announce Articles of Impeachment
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As expected, House Democrats on Tuesday morning announced two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump — abuse of power and obstruction of Congress. "Not even the president is above the law," Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler, D-N.Y. said after outlining the charges. [Full Story]
Trump Slams FBI Chief Wray's 'Attitude' on DOJ's Watchdog Report
President Donald Trump criticized FBI Director Christopher Wray's reading of a federal watchdog's report on the origins of a probe into foreign meddling in the 2016 election, saying "with that kind of attitude, he will never be able to fix" the agency.... [Full Story]
Brain Differences May Be Tied to Obesity, Kids' Study Says
New results from the largest long-term study of brain development and [Full Story]
Wilbur Ross: Trump in 'Good Negotiating Position' With China
President Donald Trump is in a "very good negotiating position" as [Full Story]
Banks Get the Go-Ahead to Seize Your Accounts Including IRA and 401(k)
SPONSOR: Can banks legally confiscate your money? The Answer is Here. [Full Story]
Trump Quietly Working With Dems as They Seek To Oust Him
Even as Republicans and Democrats hurl harsh insults at each other [Full Story]
Wilbur Ross: USMCA Trade Deal 'Within Inches'
The United States, Canada, and Mexico are "within inches, maybe [Full Story]
More Americans Delaying Medical Treatment Due to Cost
Twenty-five percent of Americans say they or a family member put off [Full Story]
Your Prostate Is the Size of a Lemon
SPONSOR: Unblock Your You Know What By Doing This [Full Story]
Biden TV Ad Shows Macron, Trudeau Mocking Trump
Former Vice President Joe Biden's presidential campaign has launched [Full Story]
NZ Volcano Blast Survivors Describe Scene of Terror
Survivors of a powerful volcanic eruption in New Zealand ran into the [Full Story]
Drink This, Melts 50 lbs in 61 Days
SPONSOR: Try This & You'll Need Smaller Clothes [Full Story]
24 States Ask FTC to Better Protect Kids Online
Two dozen state attorneys general are asking a federal agency to [Full Story]
'They' Is Merriam-Webster Word of the Year
A common but increasingly mighty and very busy little word, "they," [Full Story]
Dem Andy Beshear Sworn in as New Ky. Governor
Democrat Andy Beshear was sworn in as Kentucky's governor early [Full Story]
Bloomberg Labels Trump 'Climate Denier' in Madrid
Michael Bloomberg called President Donald Trump a climate change [Full Story]
Harris Poll: Hillary Leads Hypothetical Dem Primary
Registered Democrats want to see a Hillary Clinton rematch against [Full Story]
Gates Seeks No Jail for Conspiracy, Lying to Investigators
Former Trump campaign official Rick Gates asked a judge to spare him [Full Story]
Oliver North: Pensacola Shooting Was 'Radical Islamic Terrorism'
Oliver North Monday referred to the deadly shooting last week at the [Full Story]
Michelle Obama Promotes Girls Education in Vietnam
Former U.S. first lady Michelle Obama spoke to students at a school [Full Story]
Sanders Would End Oil, Gas Drilling on Federal Land
Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders has endorsed a ban on oil and gas [Full Story]
Reagan to Newsmax TV: Search for Crime 'Never Stops'
The search for a crime committed by President Donald Trump is [Full Story] |
AJC Demands Disclaimer on Eastwood's 'Richard Jewell'
Clint Eastwood, Warner Bros., and screenwriter Billy Ray, the team [Full Story]
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