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Chaplain shares her story serving front lines of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine

In the small Eastern Ukrainian suburb of Avdeevka it’s common to hear bombs exploding or nearby gunfire.  Seven years after Russia’s invasion began, the casualties still mount. Residents who fled and those ...

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Top Ukraine police official demands list of Jews

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A demand by a senior police officer in western Ukraine for a list of the names, addresses and phone numbers of local Jewish community members has been roundly condemned by Jewish leaders ...

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Obama office will release records involving Ukraine and 2016 election

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The Obama administration has backed down from an earlier refusal to release information about its involvement in Ukraine and the 2016 election of Donald Trump. A Republican senator is now responding to ...

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Lt. Col Vindman escorted from White House grounds

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Lt. Col Alexander Vindman, who gave contradictory testimony in the House impeachment hearings of President Trump, has been escorted off the grounds of the White House this afternoon. Vindman had served in ...

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Impeached or Trumped?

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This December, Speaker Pelosi led most of her party in passing very partisan articles of impeachment. The House rushed through the process for Trump  to be impeached because the danger was so ...

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NPR once again defending reporter over interview

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NPR is once again defending one if its star reporters for the way an interview was conducted. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo responded Saturday following media reports that said he scolded an NPR reporter after ...

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In procedural move, Democrats block vote voicing support for Iranian protesters

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House Democrats Tuesday afternoon moved to advance two resolutions that, in a procedural vote, blocked a resolution that voiced support for Iranian protests against recent actions by their government. The vote to ...

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Iran admits shooting down jetliner

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After growing world outrage, Iran announced that it shot down the Ukrainian jetliner that crashed on Wednesday, killing all 176 aboard. The crash occurred just minutes after taking off from the Iranian capital’s ...

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Gov watchdog OMB calls news reporting on ‘new’ Ukraine evidence ‘reckless’

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The government watchdog agency Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is responding to Democrats and media reports that have been calling for additional articles of impeachment. The response comes after The New York ...

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These House Democrats expected to defect in impeachment vote

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As the House Judiciary Committee holds its impeachment vote on Thursday, Democrats are are counting how many of their members are expected to defect. Reports this week have listed those Democrat caucus members ...

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Democrats announce Articles of Impeachment, ignore media questions

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In perhaps a sign that the United States is done with impeachment drama, immediately after Democrat Congressional leaders announced articles of impeachment of President Donald Trump, broadcast news outlets returned to regular ...

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After weeks of hearings, impeachment effort still stands on hearsay

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After televised hearings failed to rouse the public or garner support for Democrats seeking impeachment, the mainly hearsay and presumptive testimony came to an end Thursday. Polls show no movement in public ...

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‘Bombshell’ testimony from Ambassador Sondland refutes Dem claims

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Despite media hype of “bombshell” testimony, statements by US Ambassador to the European Union, Gordan Sondland, were a knife in the heart of Democrat claims. Sondland’s testimony in Wednesday’s impeachment at first ...

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Washington Post ‘fact checker’ gets fact checked, issues apology

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The primary “fact checker” at the Washington Post had to issue a correction himself after he was fact-checked for  tweeting false information concerning the impeachment hearing on Nov. 15. Glenn Kessler, editor and chief ...

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Dems vote against subpoena for witness in secret impeachment inquiry

The Democrat-controlled House Intelligence Committee on Wednesday voted against issuing the whistleblower at the center of the impeachment inquiry a subpoena. The vote was split along party lines 13-9, with Democrats led by ...

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Trump to release another phone call transcript to prove Dems wrong

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After President Trump’s release of a phone call transcript with the Ukrainian President that proved there was no wrongdoing, he says there was a previous call that “nobody knew about,” and may ...

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Media outlets question apparent censorship of name involved in whistleblower case

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Is Facebook protecting the so-called whistleblower? That may be the case. The social media giant is removing any mention of the “whistleblower’s” name and is cracking down against Facebook publishers that mention ...

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Dems to bring first House vote on impeachment as early as Wednesday

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After two weeks of hearings in a committee that is outside of the realm of congressional judicial matters, Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Monday that “we will bring a resolution to the Floor that ...

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Ted Cruz urges Trump to release Biden’s transcripts with Ukraine

The Trump administration is being urged to release Vice President Joe Biden’s phone call transcripts with officials in Ukraine. The call for transparency was initiated by Texas Senator Ted Cruz. Cruz made ...

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Ukraine president: ‘There was no blackmail’

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The president of Ukraine is rebutting false news reports that assert President Trump used blackmail during the phone call now at the heart of the Democrats’ presidential impeachment inquiry. President Volodymyr Zelenskiy ...

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Kansas politicians weigh in on impeachment inquiry

The Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump is moving pretty quickly. How is it affecting politics in Kansas, and how are Kansas politicians responding? Sen. Pat Roberts dismissed the impeachment inquiry as ...

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News Briefs: Pompeo subpoenaed; Hong Kong protester shot; Whistleblower form mysteriously changed;

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Here’s today’s news briefs: Pompeo to testify before Congress Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was among the officials who listened in on the July 25 phone call between President Trump and Ukraine’s ...

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Biden campaign demands news networks ignore Rudi Giuliani and his focus on Hunter Biden

Former Vice President Joe Biden’s campaign is demanding media networks not invite President Donald Trump’s lawyer Rudy Giuliani on their news programs. Biden’s 2020 campaign sent the letter Sept. 29 to networks ...

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Impeachment efforts force scrutiny of Joe and Hunter Biden dealings

Democrats are moving ahead with efforts to impeach President Trump accusing the White House of attempting to lock down details of his phone call with the president of Ukraine. However, newly uncovered ...

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Ted Cruz says impeachment push a ‘circus’

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Senator Ted Cruz (R-Texas) in remarks on Sept. 27 said that the majority of Democrats appear to only care about impeaching President Donald Trump and not do their jobs as elected lawmakers, adding that the ...

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