President Donald Trump acknowledged point blank that he held up military aid to pressure Ukraine to give in to his political demands.

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On Tuesday morning, House Democrats announced they are introducing two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump: one for abuse of power, and one for obstruction of Congress. “The House Committee on the Judiciary is introducing two articles of impeachment charging the President of the U

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Since the start of the public impeachment hearings in Congress last month, Andriy Yermak, a top adviser to the President of Ukraine, has heard his name come up again and again in witness testimony. He took part in many of the events at the center of the impeachment inquiry, and the 300-page report r

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Private health insurers are poised to prevail Tuesday at the Supreme Court over claims the federal government owes them billions of dollars from a now-defunct financial incentive program in the Affordable Care Act. It is the fifth time the justices have heard legal challenges to the 2010 Affordable

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