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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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Impeachment lands with a dud for American people

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This week’s move towards impeachment of President Donald Trump seems to have landed with a dud for the American people. While no formal papers of impeachment have been drawn up, the nation’s ...

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Media misleads as transcripts show Trump did not break law

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The national media continues to misrepresent facts surrounding the phone call between President Donald Trump and Ukrainian leader Volodymyr Zelensky. Released transcripts on Wednesday show that the President did not exert pressure or ...

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Press called out for a week of retractions, bad reporting

As the nation headed in to the weekend, President Donald Trump criticized the media for its reporting on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, singling out the New York Times after the paper issued a major ...

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News Briefs: US imposes more tariffs; Electoral College wins in court; McCabe hired at CNN; Israel strikes Iranian missiles

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Here’s your daily news briefs. US responds with more tariffs In the latest escalation of the U.S.-China trade war, President Donald Trump announced on Twitter Aug. 23 that he will balance the “very unfair trading relationship” ...

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Sobibor death camp’s last survivor has died at age 96

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The last survivor of the Sobibor Nazi death camp has died after rebuilding his life and raising children in Israel. Semyon Rosenfeld was 96-years-old when he passed away in a hospital in ...

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Churches raided by police in rebel held areas of Ukraine

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Reports have emerged that officials of the unrecognized Luhansk People’s Republic raided at least two Protestant worship meetings on March 24. Courts chose not to punish the two pastors. On April 4 ...

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Is Europe heading towards war with Russia?

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Ukraine has instituted martial law and is calling up reserve forces in response to aggression from Russia. Tensions are at a breaking point between the nation and Russia after Russian ships fired ...

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Ukrainian Orthodox church split with Russia could turn violent

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KIEV, Ukraine  — The rough-looking young men brought clubs and brass knuckles to the Pechersk Monastery in Kiev , one of Orthodox Christianity’s most important pilgrimage sites, apparently seeking to disrupt worship. Police spread-eagled ...

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