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The Judiciary Committee approves impeachment articles against President Trump; now the full House will get its say. There's still a day left to enroll for Obamacare this year. And Boris Johnson's landslide win in Britain means Brexit is coming - but the devil's in the details.
A look at the career of a central figure in the Ukraine affair: former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani.
Voters in the United Kingdom have given Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party its biggest majority in 30 years of elections. Does that mean Brexit will finally happen? In the U.S., The House Judiciary Committee delayed expected votes to advance articles of impeachment against President Trump. What comes next after the panel reconvenes today? And after 18 months of escalating tariffs, what's in a tentative deal that could bring the trade war between the U.S. and China to an end?
The House Judiciary Committee continues its markup of articles of impeachment against President Trump today. As top Democrats push ahead toward a full vote in the chamber, what are Democrats from more moderate districts saying? Voters in the United Kingdom are turning out for a general election. Could today's results be any more decisive than other efforts to resolve the impasse on Brexit? Also, what new details are surfacing about a deadly shootout in Jersey City, N.J., which the city's mayor i...more
President Trump is dismissing the two articles of impeachment that Democrats unveiled against him as "flimsy." What exactly will happen during a markup of those articles tonight? There's a new version of a free trade agreement between the U.S., Mexico and Canada. What will the changes mean for Mexico? And an NPR exclusive breaks down the clash over how to help thousands of student borrowers who say they were defrauded by for-profit colleges.
House Democrats unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Trump on Tuesday morning, 77 days after they launched a formal inquiry into his freezing of assistance to Ukraine and request to investigate a political rival. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi also announced an agreement on President Trump's revised North American trade pact.