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LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson cleared one hurdle Tuesday when lawmakers approved his European Union divorce bill in principle in the House of Commons, but he faces another vote that could still derail his plans to take Britain out of the bloc on Oct. 31. The House of Commons voted 329-299 to send the European Union (Withdrawal Agreement) Bill on for further scrutiny and possible amendments. The government wants the Commons...
President Trump on Tuesday called the impeachment inquiry into him a “lynching,” using a term associated with the murders of black people to describe a process enshrined in the Constitution. In an early morning tweet, he added that the impeachment inquiry is “without due process or fairness or any legal rights,” and he encouraged Republicans to remember this in the future. The term lynching invokes the decades-long racist history of white mob...
Former U.S. Ambassador William Taylor, a diplomat who has sharply questioned President Donald Trump's policy on Ukraine, has provided lawmakers with a "disturbing" account of events at the center of the impeachment probe , Democrats said Tuesday. Lawmakers emerging after the early hours of the private deposition said Taylor had given a lengthy opening statement, with a recall of events that filled in gaps from the testimony of...
Lawmakers haven’t decided yet whether they should focus solely on Ukraine — or write a broader indictment of the president.
Former U.S. Ambassador William Taylor has provided lawmakers with a detailed account of his recollection of events at the center of the impeachment probe , they said.
A New Jersey seminary announced a plan to put $27.6 million in scholarships to repent for its own ties to slavery.
DENVER (AP) — A Colorado mother who sought donations to cover medical treatments for her daughter and promoted the girl's "bucket list" of dreams to fulfill before she died has been indicted on a murder charge in the 7-year-old's death that was previously believed to be from a terminal disease.
Party leaders who are fatalistic about Democrats’ chances in 2020 are musing about possible late entrants to the race.