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Hans von Spakovsky: Trump impeachment not justified by evidence and testimony made public so far

Hans von Spakovsky: Trump impeachment not justified by evidence and testimony made public so far

close Video Democrats and Republicans battle over 'hearsay' during impeachment hearings House Oversight Committee members Rep. Mark Meadows and Rep. Jim Jordan weighs in on impeachment proceedings on 'Hannity.' House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff , D-Calif., hasn’t yet produced most of his witnesses in the public impeachment hearings

Hong Kong protests – justice minister attacked by mob shouting ‘murderer’ in London as China says UK ‘fuelling fire’

Hong Kong protests – justice minister attacked by mob shouting ‘murderer’ in London as China says UK ‘fuelling fire’

A HONG Kong minister was allegedly attacked by activists shouting “murderer” at her in London as China blasted Britain for “fuelling the fire” over continued protests. Hong Kong’s secretary for justice, Teresa Cheng, accused a pro-democracy mob of causing her “serious bodily harm” as she made her way to an event in the capital. Moments before falling

Pentagon chief presses S. Korea to pay more for US troops

Pentagon chief presses S. Korea to pay more for US troops

US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper pressed Seoul on Friday to pay more for the cost of stationing US troops in South Korea and to maintain an intelligence-sharing pact with its other Asian ally Japan. Speaking after a high-level defense policy meeting with his South Korean counterpart Jeong Kyeong-doo, Esper also said the two countries have to be flexible

Bolivia's dueling parties converge on new vote to calm political chaos

Bolivia's dueling parties converge on new vote to calm political chaos

LA PAZ (Reuters) - Bolivia’s interim government and lawmakers from the party of unseated leftist leader Evo Morales appeared to have reach an accord late on Thursday to hold a new presidential election, potentially helping resolve country’s political crisis. Morales resigned under pressure on Sunday after weeks of protests and violence following an

Santa Clarita shooting: What we know about the Saugus High School suspected gunman, victims

Santa Clarita shooting: What we know about the Saugus High School suspected gunman, victims

'No Serious Case?' Germany Accepts Seven Suspected Daesh Supporters

'No Serious Case?' Germany Accepts Seven Suspected Daesh Supporters

A family of seven suspected German Islamists arrived in Berlin on Thursday after the Turkish Interior Ministry announced earlier this week that it was kickstarting mass deportations of captured Daesh supporters, having  faced backlash over its military campaign on the Syrian border, according to German authorities. There are no German arrest warrants

Bloomberg Will Spend $100 Million on Anti-Trump Online Ad Blitz

Bloomberg Will Spend $100 Million on Anti-Trump Online Ad Blitz

Michael R. Bloomberg still has not declared whether he is running for president in 2020. He is about to become the single biggest spender in the presidential race anyway. Ahead of a potential campaign announcement, Mr. Bloomberg, the billionaire businessman and former mayor of New York City, is beginning a $100 million digital campaign designed to

UK's Labour plans to nationalize BT's network in free broadband plan

UK's Labour plans to nationalize BT's network in free broadband plan

LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s opposition Labour Party plans to nationalize BT’s broadband network to provide free internet for all, a radical election pledge to roll back 35 years of private ownership that caught both the company and its shareholders by surprise. Labour said its proposed overhaul of Britain’s telecoms infrastructure would be paid for

Venice suffers worst flooding in 50 years, mayor blames climate change

Venice suffers worst flooding in 50 years, mayor blames climate change

A water taxi sits moored near a flooded Venetian courtyard following the second-highest tide in the city's history. (Credit: Stefano Mazzola/Awakening/Getty) Venice is in a state of emergency as the Italian city deals with the aftermath of one of the worst floods in its history. Late on Tuesday (Nov. 12), high tides from the surrounding lagoon surged

Boris Johnson reveals he slashed his foot on a cafetiere at a BBQ in bizarre NHS story

Boris Johnson reveals he slashed his foot on a cafetiere at a BBQ in bizarre NHS story

BORIS Johnson has revealed he was last taken to hospital after he smashed a cafetiere while dancing at a barbecue. The PM said he last used the NHS when shards of glass sliced into his foot as he was dancing at a summer party. Boris Johnson has revealed he was last taken to hospital after he smashed a cafetiere while dancing at a barbecue Press Association