Trump impeachment tests swing district Democrats

Trump impeachment tests swing district Democrats

House Democratic freshmen, who now support an impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, are explaining their decision across the country at fiery town halls.
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AP Top Stories November 14

AP Top Stories November 14

Here's the latest for Thursday November 14th: Democrats, Republicans disagree about impeachment hearings; Israel and Islamic Jihad announce cease-fire; Protests in Hong Kong; Kentucky to double-check Governor's election result.
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1 dead, 6 hospitalized in Florida multicar crash

1 dead, 6 hospitalized in Florida multicar crash

Authorities in Florida say one person has died and six more were hospitalized after a fiery 8-car crash shut down part of Interstate 75 near Tampa on Wednesday night.
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Warren on impeachment inquiry: 'Let's do it'

Warren on impeachment inquiry: 'Let's do it'

Democratic Presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren says President Trump has shown he would break the law repeatedly, and impeachment proceedings should have begun months ago. Senator Warren also downplayed Mike Bloomberg's possible candidacy.
Kentucky Governor won't say if he'll concede

Kentucky Governor won't say if he'll concede

Kentucky Governor Matt Bevin says a statewide vote double-checking is unlikely to change election day results, which show him trailing Democrat Andy Beshear by more than 5,000 votes. However, he wouldn't say if he would concede.
Country music stars hit CMA red carpet

Country music stars hit CMA red carpet

From animal prints to glam and glitz, country music stars took over the CMA Awards red carpet.
Today in History for November 14th

Today in History for November 14th

Highlights of this day in history: Nazi Germany bombs English town of Coventry during World War II; 'Moby-Dick' published; Nellie Bly begins globe-trotting trek; Leonard Bernstein makes conducting debut; Composer Aaron Copland born.
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Evidence hearing begins in Iowa student's death

Evidence hearing begins in Iowa student's death

An evidence hearing has begun ahead of the murder trial for a man charged in the 2018 death of University of Iowa student Mollie Tibbetts.
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AP Debrief: Taylor says Trump asked about probes

AP Debrief: Taylor says Trump asked about probes

The case for President Donald Trump's impeachment arrived in public view Wednesday as the country for the first time heard directly from career diplomats at the forefront of U.S.-Ukraine policy on day one of the House's historic hearings.
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California opens investigation into power outages

California opens investigation into power outages

California regulators voted Wednesday to open an investigation into a dozen preemptive outages that blacked out large parts of the state for much of October as high winds sparked fears of wildfires.
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Rescued puppy has an extra tail on forehead

Rescued puppy has an extra tail on forehead

A 10-week-old puppy named Narwhal has a tail-like appendage growing from his forehead. The founder of the rescue facility caring for the dog says Narwhal doesn't notice the extra tail and cannot wag it.
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Trump: Not watching 'sham' impeachment hearings

Trump: Not watching 'sham' impeachment hearings

President Donald Trump insists he hasn't watched "one minute" of the impeachment hearings, which he called "a joke." He made the comments during a news conference with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
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Dems, GOP joust after first impeachment hearing

Dems, GOP joust after first impeachment hearing

Testimony in the House’s first public impeachment hearing has ended, with Democrats and Republicans offering dueling narratives to the American public.
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Trump impeachment inquiry hears new evidence

Trump impeachment inquiry hears new evidence

State Department officials William Taylor and George Kent testified for five hours Wednesday about their concerns over President Donald Trump's requests that Ukraine investigate Democrats as the U.S. withheld military aid to the country.
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AP Top Storie

AP Top Storie

Here's the latest for Wednesday, November 13: Public impeachment hearings begin with testimony from State Department officials; President Trump says he's too busy to watch; Flooding hits Venice, Italy; Teen climate activist sails home to Europe.
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Turkey’s Russian air defense system irks Trump

Turkey’s Russian air defense system irks Trump

President Donald Trump says Turkey’s purchase of Russian air defense system creates “serious challenges,” but he says he hopes they can be resolved.
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Americans react to televised impeachment hearings

Americans react to televised impeachment hearings

Across the country, the first public airing of the impeachment drama had millions of Americans tuning in — and, in some cases, deliberately tuning out.
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Jets CEO: Gase to remain head coach next season

Jets CEO: Gase to remain head coach next season

New York Jets chairman and CEO Christopher Johnson says Adam Gase's job is safe and he will remain the coach next season despite the team's struggles this year.
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Greta hitches low-carbon ride across Atlantic

Greta hitches low-carbon ride across Atlantic

Swedish teen climate activist Greta Thunberg has hitched a renewable-energy ride aboard a catamaran that will take her across the Atlantic for a climate-change meeting in Europe.
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Supporters rally for Texas death row inmate

Supporters rally for Texas death row inmate

Dozens of people rallied outside a Texas county prosecutor's office, calling for a halt to the scheduled execution of death row inmate Rodney Reed November 20. Lawmakers and celebrities also are urging the governor to call it off
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AP Top Storie

AP Top Storie

Here's the latest for Wednesday, November 13: Public impeachment hearings begin with testimony from State Department officials; President Trump says he's too busy to watch; Flooding hits Venice, Italy; Teen climate activist sails home to Europe.
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GOP: Star witnesses have no firsthand knowledge

GOP: Star witnesses have no firsthand knowledge

Republicans questioning top State Department diplomats during the first day of public impeachment hearings are dismissing the testimony as "hearsay" because the witnesses didn't speak directly with President Donald Trump.
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GOP questions diplomats about Bidens, Burisma

GOP questions diplomats about Bidens, Burisma

Republicans put a spotlight on former Vice President Joe Biden, and his son, Hunter Biden, as the GOP questioned two top diplomats about Ukrainian corruption and gas company, Burisma.
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Fed Chair sees growth, signals pause in rate cuts

Fed Chair sees growth, signals pause in rate cuts

Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell expects the U.S. economy to continue growing at a solid pace. Powell also said the Fed is likely to keep its benchmark short-term interest rate unchanged in the coming months.
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Trump ‘too busy’ to watch impeachment hearing

Trump ‘too busy’ to watch impeachment hearing

President Donald Trump says he’s been “too busy” to watch the first public impeachment hearing. This comes as as he meets with his Turkish counterpart in the Oval Office.
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