Nov. 22, 2019
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As Congress left for Thanksgiving break, there was no sign that the damaging testimony had swayed Republican lawmakers to support impeaching the president.
In the final day of a week of House impeachment hearings, a former senior White House aide warned that President Trump and his Republican allies have embraced a “fictional narrative” on Ukraine that is propagated by Russian security services to undermine U.S. democracy.
Impeachment hearings. A Democratic primary debate. Endless cable news chatter. The meeting of American politics and peak TV.
Almost everyone in Trump’s orbit confronts the same dilemma, sooner or later: Stick with Trump and risk lasting damage, or break away and hope to survive his wrath. Gordon Sondland broke away in spectacular fashion.
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Jurors decided officers used unreasonable force in using a stun gun and a chokehold to detain Fermin Vincent Valenzuela, who died from complications of asphyxia after the incident.
The program forces migrants seeking asylum in the U.S. to live in Mexico while their court cases are adjudicated
Despite having reservations, customers rides to the airport were canceled Thursday.
Chadwick Boseman stars as Detective Andre Davis in “21 Bridges,” his first foray outside of the Marvel Cinematic Universe since “Avengers: Endgame” and his first official producing credit.
Marielle Heller’s latest drama, centered on a reporter’s friendship with Mister Rogers, is a worthy follow-up to “The Diary of a Teenage Girl” and “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”
On Chris Martin and band’s eighth album, they follow in footsteps of Bono and Sting and go globetrotting in search of musical and spiritual inspiration.
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USC’s new president says whoever is in charge of the football team will have “impeccable integrity.” If Clay Helton is let go, how will the Trojans operate with the president’s credo?
The goggles that Lakers forward Kyle Kuzma wore to protect his eye abrasion while taking extra shots after practice will become part of his gear.
Wataru “Wat” Misaka, the first player of Japanese descent to play in the league that was the predecessor to the NBA, has died.
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