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New York Times - Front PageNov 15, 2019
Impeachment Hearing Live Updates: Yovanovitch ‘Devastated' by Trump's Attack
Even as Ms. Yovanovitch was testifying about "the smear campaign against me," President Trump hurled insults at her on Twitter. She called his tweets "very intimidating" while Democrats accused the president of real-time witness intimidation and suggested it could form the basis for an article of impeachment.

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Republican Elise Stefanik tangles with Schiff to defend Trump during hearings (Reuters Top News)
Trump, the Twitter president, tweets his way into impeachment hearings (USATODAY.com News - Top Stories)

Fox NewsNov 15, 2019
Judge Jeanine on the impeachment hearings: Are Democrats thinking the American people are that stupid?
As Day Two of impeachment inquiry hearings get underway, host of "Justice with Judge Jeanine" Judge Jeanine Pirro argued Friday that House Democrats have no real basis for their probe.

CNN Most RecentNov 15, 2019
GOPer: Trump's Yovanovitch tweet a red cape to Dems
Having to talk about a presidential Twitter attack that occurred during the hearing, and to disagree with it, wasn't part of the House GOP's game plan. But it might have been a part of Trump's, whose tweet represents a red cape being waved in front of Congressional Democrats--and a reassurance to his base, writes Doug Heye.

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Opinion: Republican says Trump's Yovanovitch tweet was terrible (CNN Top Stories)

CNN Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
Trump asks Supreme Court to block access to his financial records
President Donald Trump's personal lawyers asked the Supreme Court on Friday to step into an escalating clash between the legislative and the executive branches and block a House subpoena for Trump's personal financial documents.

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Trump Again Asks Supreme Court to Block Release of His Financial Records (New York Times - Front Page)

CNN Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
Analysis: Most important moments from today's hearing
Former Ukraine ambassador Marie Yovanovitch is the star witness of the second day of the House's public impeachment inquiry, examining, among other things, whether and why President Donald Trump and his senior aides (and allies) pushed the longtime diplomat out to make it easier to implement their own version of policy toward the country.

Reuters US NewsNov 15, 2019
Trump Twitter attack on impeachment witness seen by Democrats as intimidation
President Donald Trump launched a Twitter attack on a former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine on Friday while she was testifying to an impeachment hearing in Congress, in an extraordinary moment that Democrats said amounted to witness intimidation.

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'The tweet was not witness intimidation': reaction to Trump impeachment hearing (Reuters US News)

Top Stories - Google NewsNov 15, 2019
Saugus High School Shooting: 15-Year-Old Girl ID'd as One of Two Students Killed in Santa Clarita - KTLA Los Angeles
Saugus High School Shooting: 15-Year-Old Girl ID'd as One of Two Students Killed in Santa Clarita  KTLA Los AngelesDeadly high school shooting in Santa Clarita, California  CNN2 students killed in California school shooting: Officials  ABC News'Start Here': California school shooting and new testimony in Trump impeachment  KABC-TVAuthorities: Teen in California School Shooting Killed 2, Wounded 3  VOA News

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3 off-duty officers dropped off their children at a California school. Seconds later, gunfire erupted (CNN Most Recent)
For California police, what motivated deadly school shooting is question of the day (Reuters US News)

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
Roger Stone found guilty of lying to Congress to protect Trump and his campaign
The guilty verdict is a downfall for Stone, a fixture in GOP politics. It comes amid an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump.      

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Donald Trump ally Roger Stone guilty on all counts (USATODAY National News)
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NY Post National NewsNov 15, 2019
Santa Clarita shooting: Gracie Anne Muehlberger identified as a victim
One of the two teen students slain Southern California school shooting has been identified. The victim was identified as Gracie Anne Muehlberger who had just turned 15-years-old on Oct. 10, the Los Angeles County Coroner confirmed to The Post Friday. Muehlberger, along with a 14-year-old boy, was gunned down by alleged shooter Nathaniel Berhow Thursday...

CNN Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
Yovanovitch jokes about nasty things being said on social media after Trump tweets critically about her during impeachment testimony
Opening statements: Marie Yovanovitch | Adam Schiff | Devin Nunes

CNN Most RecentNov 15, 2019
NFL suspends Myles Garrett indefinitely for swinging helmet onto quarterback's head
The NFL has suspended Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett indefinitely -- and at least for the rest of the season -- for ripping the opposing quarterback's helmet off his head and hitting him with it in Thursday night's game with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Reuters US NewsNov 15, 2019
Former U.S. envoy to Ukraine faults bosses at impeachment hearing
State Department leadership has damaged the institution by failing to resist "foreign and corrupt interests that apparently hijacked" U.S. policy toward Ukraine and by not defending its own diplomats, the former U.S. envoy to Ukraine said on Friday.

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Impeachment inquiry: White House under fire for discrepancies in record of Ukraine call (USATODAY.com News - Top Stories)

CNN Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
A night of drinking, a closed strip joint and a White Castle shooting bring suspensions for 3 judges


New York Times - Front PageNov 15, 2019
Marie Yovanovitch, Ex-Ukraine Envoy Ousted by Trump, Says She Feels Intimidated by Him
As Ms. Yovanovitch testified, President Trump tweeted insults at her, drawing charges of witness intimidation.

Yahoo NewsNov 15, 2019
From 'Anonymous,' key excerpts from inside Trump White House on Putin, Hillary
Key excerpts from "A Warning," a book by an anonymous senior administration official about President Trump and his administration.


NY Post National NewsNov 15, 2019
Devin Nunes slams Marie Yovanovitch as ‘not a material fact witness'
Rep. Devin Nunes on Friday dismissed former ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch's testimony during the House impeachment inquiry, saying she "is not a material fact witness" and that her ouster from the post was more of a "human resources" issue. But first he took a shot at Democrats for holding closed-door hearings to take depositions...

Fox NewsNov 15, 2019
Myles Garrett apologizes for hitting Steelers' Mason Rudolph in head with helmet
Cleveland Browns star Myles Garrett apologized in a statement released through the team for his role in a brawl in which he hit Pittsburgh Steelers' Mason Rudolph in the head with his own helmet.

CNN Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
'Very intimidating': Impeachment witness describes effects of pressure after Trump tweets an attack on her during hearing
House impeachment investigators on Friday morning will hear publicly from the ousted US ambassador to Ukraine, whose removal Democrats say marks the start of the shadow diplomacy campaign that sparked their impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump and Ukraine.

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
'Potomac River Rapist' serially assaulted women in DC area in '90s, and police have suspect
A suspect was arrested on multiple rape charges and a murder charge in a series of assaults in Washington and Maryland.      

Yahoo NewsNov 15, 2019
Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez ripped late presidential bids and suggested efforts should be redirected to winning state legislatures
In a tweet Thursday, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez slammed Michael Bloomberg and Deval Patrick for moving to enter the 2020 presidential race.


CNN Most RecentNov 15, 2019
Yovanovitch says she was alarmed by attacks from Fox News hosts, right-wing media
Marie Yovanovitch, the former United States ambassador to Ukraine, testified before the House on Friday that she was troubled by the misinformation disseminated about her by Fox News and other right-wing media entities.

Reuters Top NewsNov 15, 2019
Former Bolivian leader Morales ready to stand aside in new elections
Ousted Bolivian president Evo Morales said on Friday that fresh elections could be held without him, potentially removing an obstacle to choosing a new leader in the South American country thrown into turmoil by his resignation.

Top Stories - Google NewsNov 15, 2019
Trump associate Roger Stone found guilty of lies that protected Trump - CNN
Trump associate Roger Stone found guilty of lies that protected Trump  CNNRoger Stone found guilty on all counts in federal trial  Fox NewsRoger Stone Is Found Guilty in Trial That Revived Trump-Russia Saga  The New York TimesOpinion: Trump and Roger Stone offer same defense: ‘So what?'  Los Angeles Times

Yahoo NewsNov 15, 2019
Fox News Reporter Grasps at Straws: Constitution ‘Doesn't Say Anything About Witness Intimidation'
Fox News senior Capitol Hill producer Chad Pergram provided some cover for Donald Trump on Friday after the president unleashed a Twitter attack on former U.S. Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch while she was testifying before Congress, noting that "witness intimidation" isn't featured in the Constitution as it relates to impeachment.Friday's open impeachment hearing took a dramatic turn when House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA) read aloud the president's tweet, prompting Yovanovitch to respond: "I can't speak to what the president's trying to do but I think the effect is to be intimidating."Immediately after the hearing went into recess, Fox News anchor Bret Baier didn't pull any punches, pointing out that the hearing "turned on a dime" with the Trump tweet."That enabled Schiff to then characterize that tweet as intimidating the witness or tampering with the witness, which is a crime," Baier added. "Adding essentially an article of impeachment real-time."Baier wasn't the only Fox News on-air personality to express how the president's ill-advised tweet spelled bad news for him. Fox News anchor Chris Wallace said, "I think if you are not moved by the testimony of Marie Yovanovitch today you don't have a pulse," while Fox News contributor Ken Starr, a reliable Trump defender, lectured Trump."The president was not advised by counsel in deciding to do this tweet," the former independent counsel declared. "Extraordinarily

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Fox NewsNov 15, 2019
Saugus High School choir teacher hailed for treating bleeding girl after shooting, barricading class with piano
A choir teacher was being hailed for calmly rendering first aid to a student wounded in Thursday's California school shooting amid the chaotic scene.

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CNN Most RecentNov 15, 2019
What next for Bolivia?
Thousands have taken to the streets of La Paz in the three days since Añez took office, some resulting in confrontations with police and soldiers who patrol the perimeter of the national assembly. Tear gas, motorcycles and riot vehicles have been deployed to disperse the crowds calling for Añez to return her seat to Morales. On Wednesday, Bolivian Air Force planes flew over the protests.

NYT > OpinionNov 15, 2019
‘The World Is Watching the United States Now'
Readers in the United States and abroad react to the first day of public hearings in the impeachment inquiry.

Yahoo NewsNov 15, 2019
Bolivia Expels Maduro's Diplomats in Abrupt Foreign Policy Shift
(Bloomberg) -- Bolivia's interim government said it will expel all Venezuelan diplomats in the country, as it re-aligns its foreign policy with the U.S. and its allies.Foreign Affairs Minister Karen Longaric, who was sworn in this week, said this is because representatives of President Nicolas Maduro's Venezuelan government have interfered in Bolivia's internal affairs.Longaric told reporters that the measure applies to all employees of the Venezuelan Embassy.Venezuela was a close ally of Bolivian President Evo Morales, who resigned and this week fled to Mexico. At the same time, Morales had a prickly relationship with Washington.Morales's allies, who have a majority in both houses of congress, say the new government is illegitimate and that it has no authority to make policy decisions.Morales resigned Nov. 10 after three weeks of protests when he lost the support of the security forces. He says he's the victim of a coup.To contact the reporter on this story: John Quigley in Lima at jquigley8@bloomberg.netTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Matthew Bristow at mbristow5@bloomberg.net, Robert JamesonFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.


NYT > OpinionNov 15, 2019
The Supreme Court Should Tell Trump He Is Not Above the Law
The president has asked the court whether he enjoys absolute immunity. The answer should be an emphatic no.

Boston.com National NewsNov 15, 2019
Roger Stone guilty of witness tampering, lying to Congress
Roger Stone, a longtime friend and ally of President Donald Trump, has been found guilty at his trial in federal court in Washington

CNN Most RecentNov 15, 2019
Trump live tweets attack on impeachment witness during her hearing. She called it 'very intimidating.'
Ousted US Ambassador to Ukraine Marie Yovanovitch directly pushed back on Friday against the allegations leveled against her by President Donald Trump and his personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, while a tweet from the President attacking Yovanovitch during the hearing sparked a real-time response and new allegations from Democrats of witness intimidation.

Chicago TribuneNov 15, 2019
Meghan and Harry are skipping the family holidays. Maybe you should try it too.
Holiday time is looming, but this year it's different: You're a new parent with a baby in tow. Suddenly, the annual family throw-down at your in-laws' house, complete with Christmas lunch, a family walk to church, a black-tie Christmas Eve dinner, gifts for people who literally have everything,...



USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
Myles Garrett suspended rest of season by NFL after helmet-swinging brawl; Steelers, Browns each fined $250,000
NFL suspends Browns' Myles Garrett rest of season, six games, after hitting player with helmet -- most severe penalty in NFL history for on-field act.       

Reuters Top NewsNov 15, 2019
'Hanging by its fingernails': U.S. biodiesel industry struggles without subsidy
When John Whittington shut his Morristown, Indiana, biodiesel plant this week, he knew the move would leave all 14 of his workers there looking for jobs heading into the U.S. holiday season. But he felt he had no choice.

USATODAY.com News - Top StoriesNov 15, 2019
World's largest Starbucks opens Friday in Chicago. What to know about the Reserve Roastery
The largest Starbucks in the world, the Reserve Roastery Chicago, opens on Magnificent Mile in Chicago on Nov. 15.       

New York Times - Front PageNov 14, 2019
Deval Patrick Makes a Late Bid in the 2020 Presidential Campaign
Mr. Patrick, the former Massachusetts governor, entered the Democratic primary with less than three months to go before the Iowa caucuses.

LA Times National NewsNov 14, 2019
Bolivian interim leader says Evo Morales can't run in new vote and asks Mexico to muzzle him
Jeanine Añez, who claimed the interim presidency, says former President Evo Morales can't run in a new election, but his party can.


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