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Republicans Stumbling over Question At Heart of Impeachment

Republicans Stumbling over Question At Heart of Impeachment

By Nicholas Riccardi | Oct 13
A simple yes-or-no question keeps tripping up Senate Republicans: Should the president ask foreign countries to investigate political rivals?

Defense Lawyer for Florida Pastor Dated His Client's Accuser

Defense Lawyer for Florida Pastor Dated His Client's Accuser

Oct 12
A Christian radio co-host who is accused of repeatedly raping a girl at his church has hired as his defense attorney a man who later dated the alleged victim.

Trump Administration Ramps Up Deportations to Cuba

Trump Administration Ramps Up Deportations to Cuba

By Adriana Gomez Licon and Gisela Salomon | Oct 12
Since the end of the Obama administration, the number of Cubans deported from the U.S. has increased more than tenfold to more than 800 in the past year as the Trump administration enforces a new policy inked just days before it took over.

EU, UK Find the Will to Get A Brexit Deal, Work on the Way

EU, UK Find the Will to Get A Brexit Deal, Work on the Way

By Raf Casert | Oct 11
The European Union said Friday that talks with the U.K. to find an amicable divorce deal were back on track, despite huge challenges and a looming end-of-month deadline for Britain to leave the bloc.

Analysis: In Impeachment Fight, It's Trump vs. Constitution

Analysis: In Impeachment Fight, It's Trump vs. Constitution

By Jonathan Lemire and Alan Fram | Oct 11
Faced with an impeachment inquiry, Trump has openly defied the core constructs of the Constitution. He chafes at the idea of co-equal branches of government and rejects the House's right to investigate him.

UK, Irish Leaders to Meet As Brexit Deal Hopes Wane

UK, Irish Leaders to Meet As Brexit Deal Hopes Wane

By Jill Lawless | Oct 10
The leaders of Britain and Ireland were meeting Thursday in an attempt to find common ground for an elusive Brexit deal, with just three weeks until the U.K. is set to leave the European Union.

GOP Taking Impeachment Fight from Washington to the States

GOP Taking Impeachment Fight from Washington to the States

By Zeke Miller | Oct 10
While President Donald Trump plays defense on impeachment in Washington, Republicans are taking the fight to Democrats in the states.

Rape Accusations Against Lauer Ensnare NBC Management

Rape Accusations Against Lauer Ensnare NBC Management

By David Bauder | Oct 10
Two years after Matt Lauer was abruptly fired by NBC News for sexual misconduct, more questions are emerging about the former "Today" show host's behavior and whether bosses looked the other way at problems involving one of the network's biggest stars.

Trump's Syria Announcement Blindsided Many GOP Supporters

Trump's Syria Announcement Blindsided Many GOP Supporters

By Laurie Kellman | Oct 10
When it came to President Donald Trump's abrupt announcement that U.S. forces would no longer protect Syrian Kurds from a Turkish invasion, his supporters knew as little as his critics.

Alaska Supreme Court Hears Youth Climate Change Lawsuit

Alaska Supreme Court Hears Youth Climate Change Lawsuit

By Dan Joling | Oct 10
An Alaska law promoting fossil fuel development infringes on the constitutional rights of young residents to a healthy environment, a lawyer told Alaska Supreme Court justices on Wednesday.

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