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Nov 20, 2019

Get Caught Up: Key Takeaways From Tuesday's Impeachment Hearing
A slate of key witnesses told members of Congress what they'd heard and seen firsthand of President Trump and the shadow policy for Ukraine aimed at getting concessions from its leaders.

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Nov 20, 2019

Democratic Debate: What You Need To Know About Wednesday's Face-Off
The stakes are creeping higher as early primaries get nearer. Ten candidates will be on the stage in Atlanta beginning at 9 p.m. ET.

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Nov 20, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Sondland, Key Impeachment Witness, Headlines Wednesday Hearing
U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland amended his closed-door deposition to include a potentially significant exchange with a Ukrainian official and is central to others' testimony.

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Nov 20, 2019

Homeless Advocates Worry Official's Firing Means Change In Trump Strategy
As the Trump administration signals change in homeless policy, advocates and some elected officials are concerned what lies ahead.

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Nov 20, 2019

America's 'Shame': Medicaid Funding Slashed In U.S. Territories
Five U.S. territories say if Congress doesn't quickly allocate more funding for their Medicaid programs, they will be forced to make brutal triage decisions that will likely cost American lives.

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Nov 20, 2019

What The Site Of The Democratic Debate Says About Georgia, Role Of Black Voters
Atlanta's Tyler Perry Studios has been home to Wakanda, the White House and The Walking Dead, but Wednesday it will host its most topical production yet: the next Democratic presidential debate.

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Nov 19, 2019

California Governor Cracks Down On Fracking, Requires Audits And Scientific Review
Gavin Newsom's initiatives follow a massive oil release from a Chevron facility in Kern County suspected of being caused by a high-pressure steam process for releasing oil from underground rock.

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Nov 19, 2019

Gordon Sondland Returns To Impeachment Inquiry As A Key Witness With An Updated Story
The U.S. ambassador to the EU will give much-anticipated public testimony Wednesday in the impeachment inquiry of President Trump. His story has changed since he first testified last month.

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Nov 19, 2019

Baltimore Museum Of Art Will Only Buy Works By Women Next Year
A 2019 study of major U.S. art museums found that 87% of artists in their collections are men. The Baltimore museum's chief curator calls the initiative "re-correcting the canon."

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Nov 19, 2019

Gordon Sondland Was A Low-Profile Hotel Owner. Until He Went To Work For Trump
The Portland hotel owner and ambassador, who is scheduled to testify before Congress on Wednesday, is a pivotal witness in the impeachment inquiry. His relationship with Trump is a complicated one.

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Nov 19, 2019

25 Stowaways Found In Refrigerated Container On U.K.-Bound Ship
Dutch authorities say the people are receiving medical assistance. The Denmark-flagged ship turned around several hours after leaving port.

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Nov 19, 2019

Report: Solutions To Stop Sexual Violence Against Children
A new study reviews evidence on what kind of solutions are effective. It's a much-needed guide for policymakers, says Regan Hofmann of UNAID.

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Nov 19, 2019

U.S. Arrests Money-Laundering Expert For Laundering Money
A slew of federal agencies and media outlets have relied on professor Bruce Bagley's expertise on organized crime. This week he was arrested for his alleged role in an elaborate corruption scheme.

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Nov 19, 2019

Philippines' Duterte Says He Will Ban E-Cigarettes, Threatens To Arrest Vapers
At a press conference Tuesday, Duterte announced a ban on the use and importation of vaping devices. On Friday, Filipino authorities announced their first case of vape-associated lung injury.

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Nov 19, 2019

Hong Kong Standoff At University Grinds On; Protesters Attempt Escape In Sewers
The numbers of protesters barricaded in has dwindled to about 100, and their food is rapidly depleting after police surrounded the campus on Sunday. Police have arrested about 1,100 in the past day.

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Nov 19, 2019

'Our Community Is In Mourning': Popular Singer Among 4 Hmong Men Killed In Fresno
The gunmen said nothing as they opened fire on a backyard party. "It's a dark day in our community, not only in our Hmong community but in our Fresno community," said a local leader.

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Nov 19, 2019

As Tensions Rise Over Defense Costs, U.S. Walks Out Of Talks With South Korea
The U.S. reportedly is demanding South Korea pay $5 billion next year. The issue is putting stress not seen in years on the decades-old alliance between the U.S. and South Korea.

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Nov 19, 2019

Want New Taxes To Pay For Health Care? Lessons From The Affordable Care Act
When passing the ACA, Democrats touted the fact that they had included many measures to pay for the bill's expanded coverage. But nearly 10 years later, Congress has eliminated many of those taxes.

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Nov 19, 2019

READ: Impeachment Witnesses' Opening Statements For Tuesday's Hearings
The House Intelligence Committee is hearing from four more witnesses on Tuesday, including Ukraine specialist Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman and former National Security Council official Tim Morrison.

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Nov 19, 2019

Jeffrey Epstein's Prison Guards Are Indicted On Federal Charges
Prosecutors say the two officers neglected to check on Epstein every half hour, as they were required to, and falsified prison logs to make it appear as if they were keeping an eye on him.

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Nov 19, 2019

Toilet Signs Give The Scoop On Pee And Poop
In honor of World Toilet Day, here is a sampling of toilet etiquette signage. It's hard to argue with advice like: "Please use a toilet finely."

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Nov 19, 2019

Swedish Prosecutor Ends Investigation Into Julian Assange Over Rape Claims
Despite her decision, Swedish prosecutor Eva-Marie Persson said on Tuesday, "I would like to emphasize that the injured party has submitted a credible and reliable version of events."

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Nov 19, 2019

Gene-Edited 'Supercells' Make Progress In Fight Against Sickle Cell Disease
Researchers edited the DNA in bone marrow cells taken from a Mississippi woman with sickle cell disease to produce a treatment that could alleviate the excruciating effects of her inherited illness.

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Nov 19, 2019

A New Chapter For Sudan
With a dictator gone, a peace deal in place, and a historic joint civilian-military council sworn in, what's next for Sudan's economy?

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Nov 19, 2019

Taliban Release American And Australian Hostages In Exchange For 3 Militants
American Kevin King and Australian Timothy Weeks were abducted in 2016 from Kabul, where they taught at the American University. Three Taliban commanders held by the Afghan government were also freed.

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Nov 19, 2019

With Democratic Field In Flux, What To Watch For At The November Debate
Pete Buttigieg may face scrutiny after popping in the polls. Elizabeth Warren provided answers about her health care plan, and now she'll have to defend them. And is the field finally set?

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Nov 19, 2019

WATCH LIVE: Impeachment Hearings Resume With White House, State Department Witnesses
House Democrats are set to kick off week two of their impeachment hearings on Tuesday with witnesses who listened firsthand when President Trump spoke on July 25 with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

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Nov 19, 2019

WATCH: Impeachment Witness Testifies That Trump's Ukraine Call Was 'Improper'
Lawmakers heard from two White House national security aides, who testified about what they saw as troubling comments by President Trump on a July 25 phone call with Ukraine's president.

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Nov 19, 2019

Impeachment Hearings Resume With White House, State Department Witnesses
House Democrats are set to kick off week two of their impeachment hearings on Tuesday with witnesses who listened firsthand when President Trump spoke on July 25 with President Volodymyr Zelenskiy.

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Nov 19, 2019

Poll: Americans Overwhelmingly Say Impeachment Hearings Won't Change Their Minds
The poll shows just how locked in most Americans are in their partisan positions, even as nearly a dozen people have either testified or are set to testify in the impeachment inquiry.

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Nov 18, 2019

READ: Testimony Of Top State Department Official David Hale
Hale, the under secretary of state for political affairs, allegedly knew about the White House's push to recall Marie Yovanovitch, the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine.

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Nov 18, 2019

READ: State Department Official David Holmes' Impeachment Inquiry Testimony
The diplomat testified Nov. 15 that he overheard President Trump telling Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the EU, that he was seeking political investigations from Ukraine's president.

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Nov 18, 2019

Samoa Closes Schools And Mandates Vaccinations Amid Deadly Measles Epidemic
The government declared a state of emergency Friday. At least six people have died. Officials say most of them were children under two.

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Nov 18, 2019

After Venice Floods, Volunteers Wade In To Help Salvage What They Can
The Italian city is reeling from a week in which floodwaters damaged the city's cultural legacy, as well as homes and businesses. Volunteers are helping salvage precious books, among other items.

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Nov 18, 2019

Politics, Industry Backlash Stall White House Ban On Flavored Vaping Products
In September, the Trump administration said it would ban all flavored e-cigarette products in an effort to reduce the youth vaping epidemic. Since then, there's been no movement toward implementation.

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Nov 18, 2019

Politics, Industry Backlash, Stall White House Ban On Flavored Vaping Products
In September, the Trump administration said it would ban all flavored e-cigarette products in an effort to reduce the youth vaping epidemic. Since then, there's been no movement toward implementation.

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Nov 18, 2019

State Department Loosens U.S. Policy On Israeli Settlements In West Bank
The change, announced by Secretary Mike Pompeo, follows the Trump administration's recognition of Jerusalem as the capital of Israel and that country's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights.

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Nov 18, 2019

U.N. Expert Faults U.S. For 'Inhuman Treatment' And High Incarceration Of Children
The U.S. incarceration rate of children is "the highest that we could find, followed by others like Bolivia, or Botswana, or Sri Lanka," says the author of a new U.N. study on children's rights.

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Nov 18, 2019

Days From Shutdown Deadline, Congress Races To Pass Temporary Government Funding Bill
With the government set to run out of money on Thursday lawmakers say another temporary funding measure is needed. A stopgap spending bill introduced funds federal agencies through December 20.

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Nov 18, 2019

Democrats Offer Trump Chance To Testify, And He Says He Might Do It — In Writing
The president's surprise announcement comes after Democrats invited him to defend himself against accusations that he tried to bribe a foreign country to help himself politically.

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Nov 18, 2019

Big Machine: Taylor Swift Can Play Her Hits At The American Music Awards
On Monday, the pop megastar's former label announced that it had come to an agreement over Swift's scheduled television performance on the American Music Awards this Sunday.

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Nov 18, 2019

Taylor Swift's American Music Awards Medley In Limbo Amid Conflicting Reports
The pop megastar's former label announced Monday that it had an agreement with the made-for-TV event. The awards show's producers say otherwise.

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Nov 18, 2019

Amazon Rainforest Sees Biggest Spike In Deforestation In Over A Decade
Not since 2008 has the Amazon been destroyed at a faster rate, according to Brazilian authorities. They say an area more than 12 times the size of New York City was deforested in the span of a year.

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Nov 18, 2019

Kanye West Announces An Opera (Which Isn't As Crazy As It Sounds)
Before any opera purists start wringing their hands, let's remember that the 400-year-old art form has proven itself terrifically adaptable and resilient.

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Nov 18, 2019

U.S. Firms Get 90-Day Extension To Work With Huawei On Rural Networks
The U.S. government is letting American businesses work with Chinese tech giant Huawei for another three months, in a third delay to a ban enacted in May for national security reasons.

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Nov 18, 2019

Fresno Police: Backyard Where 10 Shot Likely Targeted, 'We Just Don't Know Why'
The victims were all Asian males between 25 and 35. "Most of them had jerseys on," said the deputy police chief. "And it looks like something terrible happened."

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Nov 18, 2019

Pete Townshend On Creativity, 'The Age Of Anxiety' And The Who's New Record
Townshend talks about his debut novel, how it relates to The Who's rock opera, Tommy, and what he'd say now to his younger self - the one who wrote the lyric "I hope I die before I get old."

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Nov 18, 2019

Hong Kong Protesters In Tense Standoff With Police At Polytechnic University Campus
As clashes intensified, protesters shot arrows and hurled gasoline bombs at the authorities — and police used tear gas and water cannons.

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Nov 18, 2019

Wine Moguls Destroy Land And Pay Small Fines As Cost Of Business, Say Activists
In California, fines are being levied against winemakers who violate environmental laws, but activists say they are a drop in the bucket compared to the damage.

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Nov 18, 2019

Cybercrime Booms As Scammers Hack Human Nature To Steal Billions
Cybercrime is ballooning as scammers learn to research their victims and fine-tune their psychological tricks.

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Nov 18, 2019

For Supporters Of Abortion Access, Troubling Trends In Texas
Three years after winning a big legal battle, abortion providers still find themselves losing the ground war when it comes to keeping clinics open across the huge, populous state.

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Nov 18, 2019

#OkBoomer Vs. #OkMillennial: Workplace Nightmare, Or Just A Meme?
The popularity of #OkBoomer suggests there might be a yawning gap in attitudes between old and young. Those differences can sometimes play out in the workforce, which now spans five generations.

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Nov 18, 2019

Many Native Americans Can't Get Clean Water, Report Finds
A new report from the U.S. Water Alliance found race is the strongest predictor of water and sanitation access. This has implications for public health.

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Nov 18, 2019

Fractured Into Factions? What The Founders Feared About Impeachment
The Founding Fathers saw impeachment as a release valve from another "crisis of a national revolution." But they also worried it would devolve into partisan bickering if put into action.

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Nov 18, 2019

The Language Of Cybercrime
Cybercriminals have learned to refine the language they use in scams, making scams harder to detect and more likely to fool potential victims.

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Nov 18, 2019

Impeachment Public Hearings Week 2 — Who Is Testifying And What Happens Next
Eight witnesses are scheduled over three days. Gordon Sondland, the U.S. ambassador to the EU, faces questions about his call with President Trump about pushing for investigations in Ukraine.

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Nov 17, 2019

Pelosi On Trump: 'I Will Make Sure He Does Not Intimidate The Whistleblower'
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned the president not to intimidate the whistleblower, as the president continued to call for the anonymous person to be exposed.

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Nov 17, 2019

19-Hour London To Sydney 'Test Flight' Shows How To Make Long Hauls Tolerable
Qantas Airways' approach to the 11,000-mile trip features carefully designed meals and lighting. Passengers are also encouraged to get out of their seats and they experience two sunrises in one day.

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Nov 17, 2019

Hong Kong Protests Intensify With Molotov Cocktails And Arrows
A weekend that began with relative calm devolved into some of the most dramatic scenes of violence since the protests began nearly six months ago.

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Nov 17, 2019

Gotabaya Rajapaksa Wins Sri Lankan Presidential Elections
The former defense secretary, who has been accused of human rights abuses during the country's civil war, campaigned on a platform of stability and national security.

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Nov 17, 2019

Even Researchers Were Shocked By How Tough Life Is For Sanitation Workers
In lower-income countries, snakes, cow carcasses and collapsing walls are among the hazards faced by this critical but long-ignored group of workers.

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Nov 17, 2019

Months After Massive ICE Raid, Residents Of A Mississippi Town Wait And Worry
The biggest workplace immigration raid ever in a single state occurred on Aug. 7 in Mississippi. In Morton — a town that's about 25% Latino — the effects have rippled throughout the community.

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Nov 17, 2019

A Young Immigrant Has Mental Illness, And That's Raising His Risk of Being Deported
Behavioral problems, criminal arrests and limited access to health care leave a father worried that his 21-year-old son will be deported to Mexico.

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Nov 17, 2019

Louisiana Democrat Gov. John Bel Edwards Keeps Seat Despite Trump's Opposition
In Saturday's race, Gov. John Bel Edwards, the Louisiana Democrat, was able to defeat Republican Eddie Rispone, who President Trump heartily endorsed.

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Nov 17, 2019

Louisiana Democrat, Gov. John Bel Edwards, Keeps Seat Despite Trump's Opposition
In Saturday's race, Gov. John Bel Edwards, the Louisiana Democrat, was able to defeat Republican Eddie Rispone, who President Trump heartily endorsed.

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Nov 16, 2019

NSC Official Faults Sondland's Role In 'Shadow' Ukraine Policy
But Tim Morrison, the outgoing top Russia official on President Trump's National Security Council, said he found nothing wrong with the July 25 call between Trump and his Ukrainian counterpart.

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Nov 16, 2019

NSC Official Finds Fault With Sondland-Led Shadow Ukraine Policy
But Tim Morrison, the top Russia official on President Trump's National Security Council, said he found nothing wrong with the July 25 call between the U.S. president and his Ukrainian counterpart.

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Nov 16, 2019

Barr Accuses Democrats Of Trying To 'Cripple' The Trump Administration's Power
The Attorney General's remarks at The Federalist Society drew swift criticism from some legal experts, who decried his ideas as "authoritarian" and "dangerous."

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Nov 16, 2019

READ: Testimony Of Jennifer Williams, Aide To Vice President Pence
At the time of her deposition on Nov. 7, her lawyer told NPR that Williams's testimony "will largely reflect what is already in the public record."

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Nov 16, 2019

READ: Testimony Of Tim Morrison, Former Russia Director For National Security Council
In his closed-door deposition on Oct. 31, Morrison said President Trump had indeed asked Ukraine's president for assistance, but he argued the president's conduct wasn't unlawful.

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Nov 16, 2019

University Of Colorado's Live Buffalo Mascot To Retire Because She Runs Too Fast
After 12 seasons, Ralphie V, the 1,200-lb buffalo who leads the football team onto the field is retiring due to safety concerns for her and her handlers, university officials say.

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Nov 16, 2019

8 Killed In Bolivia As Protesters Call For Return of Ousted President Evo Morales
With tensions running high following Morales' resignation last Sunday, demonstrators have taken to the streets to decry the nation's interim president, Jeanine Añez.

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Nov 16, 2019

Prince Andrew Admits Visiting With Sex Offender Epstein Was 'The Wrong Thing To Do'
The Duke of York told the BBC that he let the royal family down by staying at the home of the New York financier after he was convicted of soliciting a minor.

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Nov 16, 2019

Prince Andrew Questioned About Friendship With Epstein, Says He 'Let The Side Down'
The Duke of York told the BBC staying at the home of convicted sex offender Jeffery Epstein was "the wrong thing to do."

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Nov 16, 2019

'I Miss Them, Always': A Witness Recounts El Salvador's 1989 Jesuit Massacre
Six priests became modern-day martyrs in one of the most high-profile religious crimes in recent Latin American history. A woman who witnessed the incident says the FBI pressured her to stay quiet.

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Nov 16, 2019

Eat Like The Ancient Babylonians: Researchers Cook Up Nearly 4,000-Year-Old Recipes
Written on four tablets, three of which date back no later than 1730 B.C., the recipes are considered to be the oldest known. And they taste pretty good, says a scholar who recreated them.

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Nov 16, 2019

Fans Getting Charged Up To See Ford's New Electric Mustang SUV
For nearly two years, car enthusiasts have been trying to figure out what Ford meant when it said its new electric SUV was "Mustang inspired." On Sunday, they'll find out.

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Nov 16, 2019

What We Learned From The 1st Week Of Impeachment Hearings
Impeachment is clearly shaping up to be a partisan affair, and there was a new witness who said he overheard the president inquiring about how the prospect for "investigations" in Ukraine was going.

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Nov 16, 2019

Budding Hemp Farmers Struggle To Find Success In The 'Green Rush'
CBD products are found everywhere from gas stations to drugstores. A record number of farmers are growing hemp for CBD this year, but making money has proved challenging.

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Nov 16, 2019

OMB Staffer Could Shed Light On Impeachment Inquiry Enigmas
Closed-door testimony from the only White House staffer cooperating with the probe could provide first-hand knowledge about details that remain hazy.

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Nov 15, 2019

Trump Pardons 2 Service Members Accused Of War Crimes And Restores Another's Rank
Some former and current Pentagon officials had warned that clearing the men might undermine the military justice system.

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Nov 15, 2019

Where Does The Term 'Gubernatorial' Come From?
Saturday is the final gubernatorial election of 2019 which got us wondering: why we use the term gubernatorial in the first place.

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Nov 15, 2019

State Department Aide Confirms He Overheard Trump On Call Discussing Investigation
David Holmes, the State Department official who overheard a phone call between the president and a top diplomat, appeared in a closed-door deposition Friday before the House impeachment inquiry.

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Nov 15, 2019

State Department Aide Had 'Specific Quotes' From Trump, Democratic Congressman Says
David Holmes, the State Department official who overheard a phone call between the president and a top diplomat, appeared in a closed-door deposition Friday before the House impeachment inquiry.

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Nov 15, 2019

Polio Is Making A Comeback
Health officials have long known that virus from the oral vaccine can contaminate water supplies; they underestimated how big a problem this would be.

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Nov 15, 2019

Polio Vaccine May Be Preventing The End Of Polio
Health officials have long known that virus from the oral vaccine can contaminate water systems; they underestimated how big a problem this would be.

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Nov 15, 2019

Polio Vaccine May Stall The End Of Polio
Health officials have long known that virus from the oral vaccine can contaminate water supplies; they underestimated how big a problem this would be.

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Nov 15, 2019

Nissan Is Recalling Nearly 400,000 Vehicles Over Potential Fire Hazard
The Japanese automaker says a pump seal may wear down and cause brake fluid to leak onto circuitry, creating an electrical short.

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Nov 15, 2019

Trump Asks Supreme Court To Block House Subpoena For His Tax Records
The president and his personal lawyers are looking to the high court for help in two developing legal battles over the tax returns, testing the separation of powers.

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Nov 15, 2019

Santa Clarita Shooting: 1 Slain Student Was Nephew Of Sheriff's Dept. Employee
Three off-duty law enforcement officers were the first to respond to the call of shots fired at Saugus High — because they were dropping their kids off at the school.

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Nov 15, 2019

High School Shooting Suspect Dies In Santa Clarita, Calif., Sheriff's Dept. Says
One of two students killed at Saugus High was a nephew of a sheriff's employee. Three off-duty officers were the first to respond to the 911 call — they were dropping their kids off at the school.

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Nov 15, 2019

Oklahoma Judge Shaves $107 Million Off Opioid Decision Against Johnson & Johnson
The new number from Judge Thad Balkman comes nearly three months after he ordered the drugmaker to pay $572 million for its role in the opioid crisis. Both sides had questioned that sum.

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Nov 15, 2019

How Vaping Snuck Up On Regulators
Evan as the popularity of e-cigarettes like Juul has exploded — with unknown health risks — the federal government has been slow to regulate vaping companies.

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Nov 15, 2019

Judge Rules That U.S.-Born Woman Who Joined ISIS Is Not A U.S. Citizen
Hoda Muthana, a 25-year-old who was a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham when she traveled to Syria, is currently imprisoned at a detention camp in northern Syria with her young son.

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Nov 15, 2019

Democrats Could Gain At Least 2 House Seats Under New N.C. Redistricting Plan
The plan follows a ruling by a state court last month that said North Carolina Republicans, who control the legislature, had unfairly disadvantaged Democrats.

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Nov 15, 2019

Could 'Hidden Hunger' Be Conquered With A Particle The Size Of A Grain Of Salt?
To pack a healthier punch into staple foods like flour, researchers borrowed technology from the pharmaceutical industry.

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Nov 15, 2019

Trump Wants Insurers and Hospitals To Show Real Prices To Patients
Two regulations announced Friday take aim at health care prices. One, to affect patients by 2021, addresses hospital rates. The second, a proposal, would require more upfront clarity from insurers.

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Nov 15, 2019

Roger Stone, Political Operative And Trump Aide, Guilty In False Statements Trial
Stone faced charges that he lied to congressional investigators and obstructed an official proceeding. He pleaded not guilty and said he'd done nothing wrong.

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Nov 15, 2019

Roger Stone, Political Operative And Trump Aide, Guilty In False-Statements Trial
Stone faced charges that he lied to congressional investigators and obstructed an official proceeding. He pleaded not guilty and said he had done nothing wrong.

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Nov 15, 2019

This Week, 2,000 Children Ran A Race Through The Gray Smog Of Delhi
Even though the Delhi government has urged folks not to exercise outdoors, a "Race for Children" still took place. The Twittersphere was outraged!

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