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The death toll from Typhoon Hagibis rises to 19 in Japan

Thousands of soldiers carried out a massive rescue operation across Japan on Sunday, as the death toll from Typhoon Hagibis increased to at least 19 – including an elderly woman thrown off a rescue chipper. The Tokyo Fire Department reported that they were in a helicopter was transported in the city of Iwaki when she accidentally fell about 30 meters …

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Trump tweets Hunter Biden

President Trump Donald John TrumpGiuliani says he knows of no reported investigations by the US government. The Democratic governor of Louisiana is forced to focus on the NBA and not on China. Joe BidenGiuliani says he does not know the federal investigations reported. Trump says Giuliani is still his lawyer, Sondland, to tell Congress that Trump's son Hunter asked in …

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Ship: "Republicans Want Nothing Better" as witnesses to impeachment investigations coordinating testimonies

Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff Adam Bennett ShipSunday Show Preview: Trump's Allies and Government Defend Decision on Syria According to Dems, an ambassador is despised, while GOP Trump defends Cracks in the White House's strategy as a witness testifies MORE (D-Calif.), who defended in the impeachment investigation that the Republicans of the House of Representatives wanted public …

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Surveys show that the impeachment, while supported, has not been abolished

WASHINGTON – The Ukraine / impeachment saga has been the hot topic in the news for weeks, but a series of new polls released this week provide the first real reading on how the public is dealing with the complicated story. The common headline: Most people want an investigation and a formal investigation, but Republicans are not on board – …

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Boeing 737 max grounding enters eighth month, driving up airline costs

Grounded Boeing 737 MAX aircraft are being parked in an aerial photo at Boeing Field, Seattle, Washington, July 1, 2019. Lindsey Wasson | Reuters The worldwide grounding of the Boeing 737 Max, now in its eighth month, is moving up and down Boeing executives have said they are aviation regulators to clear their best-selling plans to fly again in the …

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US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper "prepares to evacuate all remaining troops from northern Syria," he says today in "Face the Nation"

Last Updated October 13, 2019 at 8:45 EDT Washington – The US is preparing to "evacuate" about 1,000 US troops from northern Syria as safely and quickly as possible, "said Defense Secretary Mark Esper Nation. in an interview that aired on Sunday. The move took place one week after President Trump announced the repositioning of several dozen US troops with …

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Trump Impeachment Investigation: What's coming this week when Congress returns to Washington?

First: Interviews with the President's former Top Adviser to Russia and the European Union's Ambassador to the European Union, Gordon Sondland, an important witness whose previous scheduled appearance was canceled at the last minute due to objections from the State Department. High-ranking Trump administration officials, including Vice President and Secretary of Energy, will also face deadlines this week for submitting …

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The latest on Trump's impeachment investigation

In previous impeachments, the courts have undermined the wishes of the president. In Whitewater, President Bill Clinton was forced by a unanimous Supreme Court to testify in a civil suit under oath, leading to his lie and disability charges. During the Watergate meeting, President Richard Nixon faced several fast-moving lawsuits that eventually forced the Congress and the prosecutor into details …

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