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(WASHINGTON) -- There's a growing consensus among Senate Republicans that President Donald Trump's all-but-certain impeachment trial should be shorter rather than longer, lasting roughly 10 days to two weeks, with no...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- About 400 million people could be at risk for flooding by the end of the century should the Greenland ice shelf continue to melt at its current pace, according to a new study.

The ice shelf, one...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- The House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday evening takes up the two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump for debate and approval, holding a "markup" -- a public meeting where members can...Read more

(VANCOUVER, British Columbia) -- Harbour Air, a seaplane company based in Vancouver, completed the first successful test flight of what they claim will be the world's first all-electric powered...Read more

(NEW YORK) -- HBO has announced that Emmy winner Larry David is returning as...Larry David on HBO's acclaimed comedy Curb Your Enthusiasm, starting Sunday, January 19 at 10:30 p.m.

Like David's series ...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Wednesday pushed back on claims by Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov that President Donald Trump did not warn Russia against interfering in U.S. politics and...Read more

(RALEIGH, N.C.) -- North Carolina Republican Rep. George Holding announced Friday that he will not seek reelection after the state’s congressional maps were redrawn last month. His seat, representing the state’s 2nd...Read more

(HERSHEY, Pa.) -- As the House Judiciary Committee Wednesday sets the stage for a full House vote on two articles of impeachment, President Donald Trump is mocking the Democrats’ effort to remove him from office as “...Read more

(WASHINGTON) -- Administrator Stephen Dickson, head of the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is pushing back against the notion that the 737 Max crashes reveal that something is broken with the aircraft certification...Read more

(OAKVILLE, Mo.) -- A Missouri teacher was placed on paid administrative leave after asking students to put a price on slaves for a school social studies assignment, a spokesperson for the school said.

The...Read more

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