The long U.S. economic expansion is pulling more people out of poverty, but household incomes are starting to flatten and more Americans are living without health insurance, according to Census Bureau data released Tuesday. The nation’s official poverty ...

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With several Democrats openly floating the possibility they might vote to acquit President Trump, congressional Republicans are planning an aggressive "Plan B" strategy in the event some Republicans break off and demand additional witnesses in the president's impeachment trial, Fox News has learned.

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Donald Trump’s lawyers made their final pitch to the Senate on Tuesday afternoon, imploring senators to consider the stakes of removing a president from office for the first time in United States history and asking them to ignore the new revelations from John Bolton as they consider their votes. The

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Republican senators Tuesday evening that he doesn't currently have the votes to block witnesses at President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial. The Senate was set to vote as early as Friday on whether to consider having witnesses. McConnell and the G

McConnell tells GOP senators he currently doesn't have votes to block witnesses at Trump trial
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told Republican senators Tuesday evening that he doesn't currently have the votes to block witnesses at President Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial. The Senate was set to vote as early as Friday on whether to consider having witnesses. McConnell and the G   ABC  
'Both Parties Dragged Their Feet': Disability Advocates Push to Make the Iowa Caucuses More Accessible
When Joel Campbell and roughly 30 other Iowa voters with disabilities gathered in a church auditorium in Ames, Iowa a couple weeks ago, they were prepared to caucus. But instead of debating the best presidential candidate, they were advocating for their favorite breakfast cereal. “I went with Cinnam   Time  
After Ukraine Interview Spat, State Dept. Bans NPR Reporter From Travel With Pompeo
(WASHINGTON) — The State Department has denied a National Public Radio reporter a seat aboard Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s plane for an upcoming trip to Europe and Central Asia, the decision coming a few days after Pompeo lashed out at another NPR reporter. NPR said in a statement Monday that co   Time  
John Bolton Revelations Test Trump Impeachment Defense Strategy
Donald Trump’s impeachment team began their second day of arguments less than 24 hours after revelations from John Bolton threatened to undermine key aspects of their defense. But Trump’s lawyers decided to plow ahead on Monday, ignoring the Bolton news and keeping with the planned defense they had   Time  
John Bolton Revelations Test Trump Impeachment Defense Strategy
Donald Trump’s impeachment team began their second day of arguments less than 24 hours after revelations from John Bolton threatened to undermine key aspects of their defense. But Trump’s lawyers decided to plow ahead on Monday, ignoring the Bolton news and keeping with the planned defense they had   Time  
John Bolton Revelations Test Trump Impeachment Defense Strategy
Donald Trump’s impeachment team began their second day of arguments less than 24 hours after revelations from John Bolton threatened to undermine key aspects of their defense. But Trump’s lawyers decided to plow ahead on Monday, ignoring the Bolton news and keeping with the planned defense they had   Time  
Arizona’s ballot rules overturned on grounds they discriminate against minority voters
A divided federal appeals court Monday overturned election rules in Arizona that the court said discriminated against Latino, African American and Native American voters. Ruling in favor of a challenge brought by the Democratic National Committee, the U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals struck down an   Los Angeles Times  
Impeachment trial live updates: Key GOP senators say reports on Bolton book strengthen case for witnesses as Trump team prepares to resume defense
President Trump’s legal team is set to resume its defense Monday in his Senate trial amid growing calls to hear testimony from former national security adviser John Bolton. The calls have been prompted by a report that Bolton’s book manuscript says Trump directly tied the holdup of nearly $400 milli   Washington Post  
Romney says 'increasingly likely' GOP senators will back witnesses at Trump trial after Bolton revelations
Sen. Mitt Romney said Monday it's "increasingly likely" there will be enough Republican senators to vote in favor of calling witnesses in President Donald Trump's Senate trial to compel their testimony after major revelations from a soon-to-be released book from former national security adviser John   NBC News  
Bolton's manuscript leaks as memoir pre-orders begin on Amazon; Trump fires back
Former National Security Adviser John Bolton's team was under fire from the White House and conservative commentators Sunday night, after a report in The New York Times revealed a bombshell excerpt from Bolton's forthcoming book that could prove pivotal in President Trump's impeachment trial -- just   Fox News