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Democratic Voters Concentrate on Candidates, Not Impeachment

Democratic Voters Concentrate on Candidates, Not Impeachment

By Thomas Beaumont | Oct 20
The impeachment inquiry is so ingrained in the 2020 campaign that there's little point in bringing it up.

Impeachment Inquiry Puts Spotlight on Perry, Who Shunned It

Impeachment Inquiry Puts Spotlight on Perry, Who Shunned It

By Ellen Knickmeyer | Oct 19
Long after more flamboyant colleagues flamed out of President Donald Trump's favor amid ethics scandals, low-profile and folksy Rick Perry survived in the Cabinet in part by steering clear of controversy. Until now.

Analysis: Confronted by Impeachment, Trump Adds to the Chaos

Analysis: Confronted by Impeachment, Trump Adds to the Chaos

By Julie Pace | Oct 19
The impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump has thrust Washington into a political crisis. And Trump keeps adding to the chaos.

'Final Straw': GOP Ex-Ohio Gov. Kasich Supports Impeachment

'Final Straw': GOP Ex-Ohio Gov. Kasich Supports Impeachment

By Alexandra Jaffe | Oct 19
Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich, who ran against President Donald Trump in the 2016 Republican primary, said Friday that he supports impeaching the president — but isn't ready to call for his removal from office.

Gabbard Fires Back at Clinton Suggestion She's Russia's Pawn

Gabbard Fires Back at Clinton Suggestion She's Russia's Pawn

By Hunter Woodall | Oct 19
It's Hillary Clinton vs. Tulsi Gabbard on the sidelines of the 2020 presidential race. The Hawaii congresswoman fought back unsparingly after Clinton appeared to call her "the favorite of the Russians" in a recent interview.

Trump Outstripping Obama on Pace of Executive Orders

Trump Outstripping Obama on Pace of Executive Orders

By Kevin Freking | Oct 19
It wasn't too long ago that Donald Trump derided presidential executive orders as "power grabs" and a "basic disaster." He's switched sides in a big way: In each year of his presidency, he has issued more executive orders than did former President Obama.

38 People Cited for Violations in Clinton Email Probe

38 People Cited for Violations in Clinton Email Probe

By Matthew Lee and Mary Clare Jalonick | Oct 19
The State Department has completed its internal investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of private email and found violations by 38 people, some of whom may face disciplinary action.

Energy Secretary Perry Says He Is Resigning by Year's End

Energy Secretary Perry Says He Is Resigning by Year's End

By Jill Colvin and Matthew Daly | Oct 18
Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced Thursday that he will leave his job by the end of the year, saying that under President Donald Trump the nation is nearing energy independence.

About That Photo: Trump, Pelosi Clash Amid Impeachment

About That Photo: Trump, Pelosi Clash Amid Impeachment

By Laurie Kellman and Lisa Mascaro | Oct 18
President Donald Trump tweeted it as evidence of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's weakness. Pelosi raised it as a banner of strength.

Johnson Returns to London to Drum up Support for Brexit Deal

Johnson Returns to London to Drum up Support for Brexit Deal

By Jill Colvin and Kevin Freking | Oct 18
After winning the backing of European Union leaders for his new Brexit deal , Prime Minister Boris Johnson was in London Friday looking to secure enough support to get the deal through the fractious British Parliament.

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