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The issues of whether additional evidence and witness testimony are heard will be considered later.
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Democrats say the president abused his power, and the White House response is that Democrats abused theirs.
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The attorney's old comments about impeachment were a little awkward in light of his current defenses of President Trump.
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Many Twitter users pointed out that no verbatim transcript of Trump's calls with the Ukrainian president have been released.
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The Intercept co-founder published cellphone messages that embarrassed a Brazilian anti-corruption task force.
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White House counsel Pat Cipollone attacked the foundation of the charges against Trump, and said Democrats had not come close to meeting the standard for impeachment.
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"I thought everyone wanted my authentic, unvarnished views!” the former Democratic nominee joked after criticizing Sen. Bernie Sanders.
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At an event honoring Martin Luther King Jr., Dan Forest of North Carolina peddled the dangerous myth about the group's abortion services.
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In an interview promoting her new Hulu documentary, Clinton declined to say whether she would endorse the senator if he were to become the 2020 nominee.
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The president declined to specify which countries his administration was considering adding to the controversial policy.
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The newspaper's editorial board said Nunes has “betrayed the truth, betrayed the trust of voters and, quite possibly, betrayed our country."
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The 20 million people who stand to lose their health coverage will have to keep waiting to find out.
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A successful demonstration for thousands of pro-gun protesters was sidelined by militia members playing dress-up, neo-Nazis and conspiracy theorists.
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The presidential candidate says he prioritized diversity in his city hires, but the data tells another story.
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The Vermont senator distanced himself from the piece, which was written by one of his high-profile supporters and promoted by his campaign.
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Move over "Moscow Mitch." The Senate majority leader has a new mocking moniker thanks to the famed Watergate reporter.
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The mailer, picturing Iranian soldiers, clerics and government officials, says, "We live in the most dangerous moment in a generation.”
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Republicans have all but promised the swift acquittal of the president, who is charged with using the power of his office to further his political ambitions.
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It's the first time the organization's political action committee has backed someone running against the Republican senator since 2008.
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Republicans for the Rule of Law says “Americans deserve the truth" in its new spots targeting Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and more.