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"It was a tepid bore," said Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett in reaction to the first day of public impeachment hearings against President Donald Trump. "It was a little boring and complicated," conceded Fox News contributor and Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter Judith Miller. That w

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(WASHINGTON) — House Democrats are refining their impeachment case against the president to a simple allegation: Bribery. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Thursday brushed aside the Latin phrase “quid pro quo” that Democrats have been using to describe President Donald Trump’s actions toward Ukraine. A

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After calling for last week's election results to be reviewed, Kentucky Republican Governor Matt Bevin conceded to his Democratic opponent, state Attorney General Andy Beshear. "We're going to have a change in the governorship based on the vote of the people," Bevin said in a press conference on Thu

U.S. Department of Transportation awards $18 million grant for extension of U.S. 30 in Canton
CANTON, Ohio -- The U.S. Department of Transportation this week announced $900 million in grants for 55 infrastructure projects in 35 states, including a plan to extend U.S. 30 in Canton that has been stalled for years due to lack of funding. Secretary Elaine Chao announced the $18 million Canton gr   Cleveland.com  
David Bossie: Democrats have lost their 'sense of reality' when it comes to Trump
Citizens United president and Fox News contributor David Bossie said Thursday that the previous day's public impeachment inquiry showed that congressional Democrats have lost their “sense of reality” about President Trump. “We call it Trump derangement syndrome because we did this a couple of years   Fox News  
Pompeo 'on shifting sand' as impeachment probe reveals his role in Ukraine pressure campaign
WASHINGTON – It was Sept. 22 when Secretary of State Mike Pompeo fielded a straightforward question about just-emerging reports that President Donald Trump had sought to pressure Ukraine's president to open two investigations motivated by domestic politics: “What do you know about those conversation   USA Today  
Key takeaways from first public impeachment hearing
The first public impeachment hearing in 20 years featured two career diplomats on the front lines of President Trump Donald John Trump Trump faces high stakes in meeting with Erdoğan amid ...   The Hill  
Deval Patrick to launch 2020 presidential bid in N.H. today: ‘I feel I have something to offer’
Deval Patrick, who rose from childhood poverty on Chicago’s South Side to the upper echelons of corporate and government power, will launch a late-stage bid for the White House Thursday, emphasizing themes of hope and unification that lifted him to two terms as Massachusetts governor. “I don’t think   The Boston Globe  
After Trump campaign revelations, Roger Stone trial heads to closings, jury
Prosecutors concluded their case against political operative Roger Stone Wednesday by portraying him as a serial liar, who repeatedly misled Congress to protect President Trump — and then engaged in a campaign to silence a witness who could expose Stone ...   The Boston Globe  
Warren goes local in race to build 2020 movement
At a critical moment in Sacramento, days before the state legislature voted on a controversial bill to classify gig-economy workers as employees rather than independent contractors, Sen. Elizabeth Warren Elizabeth Ann Warren Democrats worry they don't have right candidate to beat Trump Overnight Ene   The Hill  
Impeachment hearing: Diplomat says Ukraine aid depended on Biden probes
Nov. 13 (UPI) --The impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump moved into the open realm Wednesday as investigators heard testimony from two top U.S. diplomats, William Taylor and George Kent -- both of whom offered new details about the administration's handling of Ukraine. Taylor is Trump's amb   UPI.com  
Here's What Iowa Republicans Think of the Impeachment Inquiry in Washington
There’s not a lot that President Donald Trump could do to lose Marlen Justesen’s support. The 100-year-old veteran from Council Bluffs, Iowa appreciates what he sees as the President’s candor and honesty, believes the House’s impeachment inquiry is “terrible,” and says top Democrat and House Intelli   Time  
New testimony ties Trump more directly to Ukraine pressure campaign
A top diplomat on Wednesday tied President Trump more directly to the effort to pressure Ukraine to probe his political opponents, describing a phone call in which Trump sought information about the status of the investigations he had asked Ukraine to launch one day earlier. William B. Taylor Jr., t   Washington Post