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A Second Whistleblower Has Come Forward About Trump's Ukraine Call
Pompeo Responds To Impeachment Probe Document Request
Hong Kong Rocked By Violent Protests In Response To Mask Ban
Family Behind Purdue Pharma Made As Much As $13 Billion From Company
U.S. To Deny Visas To Immigrants Who Can't Afford Health Care
Sen. Bernie Sanders Released From Hospital Following Heart Attack
Treasury Inspector General To Probe Handling Of Trump's Tax Returns
Microsoft Says Iranian Hackers Targeted A U.S. Presidential Campaign
House Democrats Subpoena The White House In Impeachment Inquiry
Presidential Candidate John Delaney On Health Care, Climate Change
Presidential Candidate John Delaney On 2020 And U.S. Foreign Policy
Supreme Court To Hear 3 Cases On LGBTQ Rights In The Workplace
Trump Administration Unveils New Ethanol Plan
Report: Volker Said He Didn't Know About Biden Investigation Push
Oregon Governor Issues 6-Month Ban On Flavored Vaping Products
Lawsuit Seeks To Fine Or Jail Johnson If He Goes It Alone On Brexit
Texts Show Trump Officials Pressured Ukraine To Open Investigation
Pioneering Actress Diahann Carroll Dies At 84
Trans Rights, Justice Will Be Key Topics During Historic Town Hall
AP Investigation: No Oversight Of Priests And Clergy Accused Of Abuse
U.S., U.K. Agreement Would Ease Barriers To Data In Investigations
Heightened Security At Theaters For 'Joker' Box Office Opening
Supreme Court To Hear Louisiana Abortion Law Case
Researchers Say Vaping-Related Lung Injuries Look Like Chemical Burns
Northern Ireland Abortion Ban Found To Violate Human Rights Standards
Dream Jobs: Fitness Influencer
Energy Secretary Rick Perry Reportedly Plans To Resign
Hong Kong's Carrie Lam Bans Protesters From Wearing Masks
Pelosi Responds To McCarthy's Request To Suspend Impeachment Inquiry
President Donald Trump Signs Executive Order On Medicare
ACLU Sues U.S. Government On Behalf Of Separated Migrant Families
Those That Dread Talking On The Phone
Chicago Teachers Threaten Strike Over Pay, School Conditions
4 Killed In Knife Attack At Paris Police Headquarters
NTSB Calls For New Limo Safety Standards After Deadly Crash
Senate Democrats Ask IRS To Investigate The NRA
Warren's 'Excessive Lobbying Tax' Seeks To Rein In Corporate Influence
The US Is Making Migrants Wait In Dangerous Mexican Towns Without Aid
What We Know About Hunter Biden's Business Deal In China
NYC Lawmaker Proposes Updated Inmate Bill Of Rights
MGM Resorts Reaches Massive Settlement With Las Vegas Shooting Victims
Planned Parenthood To Open Large Abortion Clinic In Southern Illinois
U.S. To Impose Tariffs On EU After World Trade Organization Win
Watchdog Says Trump And Allies Pushed Conspiracies And Misinformation
U.K. Government To Prorogue Parliament For 6 Days
The Social Science Studies That Can't Be Replicated
Trump Administration To Expand DNA Collection Of Migrant Detainees
Family, Activists Want Institutional Change After Guyger Sentencing
DOJ Asks Federal Judge To Block New York Subpoena For Trump's Taxes
WWII-Era Plane Crashes At Connecticut Airport, At Least 7 Dead
Administration Promises To Preserve Notes On Ukraine Phone Call
How Does The U.K. Supreme Court Work?
House Democrats Say They're Prepared To Subpoena The White House
President Trump Says House Investigation Is A 'Hoax'
What Really Went Down Between Joe Biden, His Son and Ukraine
Ex-Dallas Police Officer Guilty Of Murder Sentenced To 10 Years
Democrats Rally For Gun Action, But Will Cause Die With Impeachment?
UK's New Brexit Proposal Would Create Special Trade Rules For Ireland
Judge Blocks California Law Requiring Candidates To Release Tax Info
Book Reveals President Trump's Ideas For A Crackdown At The Border
Boeing Reportedly Nixed 737 Max Safety System Over Cost Concerns
Justice Department Says DEA Was Slow To Respond To Opioid Epidemic
Where Does The Afghan War Stand With Peace Talks Stalled?
Federal Appeals Court Upholds Repeal Of Net Neutrality
Bernie Sanders Hospitalized, Forced To Cancel Upcoming Campaign Events
Pompeo Confirms He Was On Controversial Trump-Zelenskyy Phone Call
Teenage Protester Shot In Hong Kong Demonstrations
Former Ukraine Envoy To Still Testify Before House On Thursday
Johnson & Johnson Reaches $20.4M Settlement With Ohio Counties
Netanyahu's Pre-Trial Corruption Hearings Starts
Poverty Rate In New York City Falls To Historic Low In New Census
North Korea Launches Missile, Possibly From A Submarine
Federal Judge Blocks Georgia's 'Heartbeat' Abortion Ban
Judge Rules Harvard Did Not Discriminate Against Asian Americans
GM Reportedly Closing Mexican Truck Plant Due To Workers' Strike
Judge Says Lawsuit Over Bears Ears National Monument Can Continue
New Florida Law Toughens Legal Penalties For Hazing
Pompeo Says House Requests Are An 'Attempt to Intimidate, Bully'
WTO Warns Of Economic Fallout From Trade Disputes As Exports Plunge
U.S. Rep. Chris Collins Pleads Guilty To Insider Trading Charges
Yes, More Republicans Are Retiring. No, It's Not All About Trump.
Pompeo Pushes Back On Requests In House Impeachment Probe
U.S.-North Korean Relations Are Still Tense Ahead Of Resumed Talks
Intel Community Watchdog Clears The Air On Whistleblower Rules
Ex-Dallas Police Officer Guilty Of Murder In Shooting Of Botham Jean
Ask The Experts: The Most Overlooked Factor In 2020's Elections
Montana Officials Warn Of RNC Survey That Looks Like Census Form
North Korea Says It's Resuming Nuclear Talks With The U.S.
The People's Republic Of China Celebrates Its 70th Birthday
'Cheat Devices' On Almost 4,000 Ships Bypass Environmental Laws
House Subpoenas Rudy Giuliani For Ukraine Records
Reports: Trump Sought Australian PM's Help With Mueller Investigation
Calif. Law Lets College Athletes Get Paid, Challenging NCAA Model
Report: No Priests Accused Of Abuse Are Still In The NY Archdiocese
President Trump Accuses Rep. Adam Schiff Of Treason
Rep. Chris Collins Resigns, May Plead Guilty To Insider Trading
Walgreens, CVS Pull Zantac Off Shelves Over Carcinogen Concerns
Which Country Makes The Most Globally In-Demand TV Shows?
Washington Roundup: Here's How This Impeachment Inquiry Is Different
How Federal Law Protects Intelligence Community Whistleblowers