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Bolivia’s Evo Morales Resigns Amid Fraud Allegations, Growing Protests In The News
Bolivia’s Evo Morales Resigns Amid Fraud Allegations, Growing Protests

Evo Morales — the man who rose from being a community organizer and coca farmer to one of Bolivia’s most enduring and powerful presidents — resigned Sunday amid a growing backlash sparked by a troubled Oct. 20 presidential election. In... Read More

Poll: 1 in 4 Americans Undecided About Impeachment Opinion Polls
Poll: 1 in 4 Americans Undecided About Impeachment

WASHINGTON — Americans are divided about the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, and as the House prepares for public hearings next week, roughly 1 in 4 remain uncertain, providing a large audience that could be especially swayed by the... Read More

Michael Bloomberg Opening Door for 2020 Run 2020 Elections
Michael Bloomberg Opening Door for 2020 Run

NEW YORK — Michael Bloomberg is taking his first official step toward running for president in 2020. The billionaire ex-mayor, who has flirted with a White House bid for months, is filing paperwork Friday to qualify for Alabama’s Democratic presidential... Read More

Republicans Urge Bevin to Provide Proof of Election Fraud or Concede State News
Republicans Urge Bevin to Provide Proof of Election Fraud or Concede

LEXINGTON, Ky. — A growing number of Republican lawmakers are urging Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, a fellow Republican, to either provide evidence of the voting “irregularities” he has alleged or concede Tuesday’s election to Gov.-elect Andy Beshear, who defeated him... Read More

School Shooters Exhibited Unreported Warning Signs, Secret Service Study Finds In The News
School Shooters Exhibited Unreported Warning Signs, Secret Service Study Finds
2019-11-08 13:46:34
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Students who have committed deadly school shootings in recent years exhibited worrisome warning signs that went unreported to authorities, a U.S. Secret Service study released Thursday says. The report, "Protecting America's Schools: A U.S. Secret Service Analysis of... Read More

Widespread Support Emerges for Extending Panel Working on Congressional Reforms Congress
Widespread Support Emerges for Extending Panel Working on Congressional Reforms
2019-11-07 22:15:22
by Dan McCue

WASHINGTON - Multiple letters addressed to the House leadership shows there's widespread support for extending the mandate of a select committee that has been working for the past year on finding meaningful ways to reinvigorate the procedures and culture of... Read More

Republicans See Warning Signs After Election Losses in Va., Ky. and Pa. 2020 Elections
Republicans See Warning Signs After Election Losses in Va., Ky. and Pa.

WASHINGTON — Off-year election results in three key states — Pennsylvania, Virginia and Kentucky — serve as a flashing red warning light for Republicans worried that President Donald Trump’s deep unpopularity outside rural areas may threaten their grip on the... Read More

Democrats Lean Into 2019 Victories to Build Case for 2020 Elections
Democrats Lean Into 2019 Victories to Build Case for 2020

WASHINGTON — The day after a Democrat declared victory in the Kentucky governor’s race and Virginia voters gave full control of state government to the party’s legislative candidates, national Democrats were eager to spin those victories as a sign of... Read More

Decline of Local Journalism is Likely Increasing Voter Polarization Media
Decline of Local Journalism is Likely Increasing Voter Polarization

WASHINGTON — In May 2017, former Republican Rep. Leonard Lance crossed party lines and voted against the GOP health care repeal, a proposal deeply unpopular with voters in New Jersey’s 7th District, which he had represented in Washington for nearly... Read More

Trump to Add White House Aides for Impeachment Fight Impeachment
Trump to Add White House Aides for Impeachment Fight

WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is expected to hire a pair of new aides dedicated to responding to the House’s expanding impeachment investigation, according to two people familiar with the plan. Former Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi and Tony Sayegh,... Read More

US Bans Government Funding of Cultural Exchanges with Cuba, Other Nations Political News
US Bans Government Funding of Cultural Exchanges with Cuba, Other Nations

The White House has banned government agencies from funding educational and cultural exchanges with Cuban, Syrian, Russian and North Korean government entities and officials as part of the Trump administration’s efforts to halt people trafficking in those countries, according to... Read More

Impeachment Transcripts Show Democrats Probing Trump Hotel, Emoluments Impeachment
Impeachment Transcripts Show Democrats Probing Trump Hotel, Emoluments

WASHINGTON — House Democratic investigators have not been solely focused on President Donald Trump allegedly pressuring Ukraine to investigate a political rival as they have questioned witnesses in the impeachment inquiry, a transcript of one of the closed-door depositions reveals.... Read More

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