Report: Giuliani settles long divorce from his…

The New York Times reports former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani and his third wife have reached a settlement in a years-long divorce that exposed details about their luxurious lifestyle

Judge Rules Against Trump Administration in…

The secretary of defense in September authorized the diverting of $3.6 billion in Pentagon funds to build the border wall, but on Tuesday, a federal judge in Texas blocked the Trump administration from doing that, CNN reports. El Paso County, Texas, and Border Network for Human Rights had sued...

Pelosi offers some trade policy with that…

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has insisted for more than a year that the House can pass laws while it investigates President Donald Trump's conduct

Trump to sign order targeting anti-Semitism at…

President Donald Trump is set to sign an executive order Wednesday targeting anti-Semitism on college campuses

Buttigieg discloses ex-clients as fundraising…

Democratic presidential contender Pete Buttigieg is disclosing a roster of former consulting clients that include a major health insurance provider, a nationwide electronics retailer, the U.S. Department of Energy and the Department of Defense

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AP FACT CHECK: How Trump's Russia claims line up…

President Donald Trump has railed for years against the FBI's investigation into his campaign with often incendiary allegations

Trump mocks impeachment effort, talks up trade…

President Donald Trump is mocking Democrats for their efforts to impeach him as he rallies supporters in the key swing state of Pennsylvania

AP Analysis: Trump faces narrow but consequential…

The House is moving forward on articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, a pair of charges that are likely to be approved by Democrats alone

In South Carolina, Steyer investing in black…

In the waning weeks ahead of South Carolina's presidential primary, Democrat Tom Steyer is renewing his focus on black voters by rolling out a proposal to improve historically black colleges and institutions

Takeaways: Democrats make case in articles of…

House Democrats have unveiled two articles of impeachment against President Donald Trump, setting up a historic final House vote in the days before Christmas

Thousands rally around Holocaust survivor in…

About 1,000 Italian mayors are rallying around an 89-year-old Holocaust survivor

Andrew Yang qualifies for December presidential…

Businessman Andrew Yang has qualified to participate in next week's Democratic presidential debate

Facebook rebuffs US AG over access to encrypted…

Facebook is rebuffing efforts to give authorities a way to read encrypted messages

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Pentagon orders review of international student…

The Pentagon is ordering a broad review of vetting procedures for international students who participate in training on military installations

Russia doping saga likely heads back to…

The Russia doping saga is likely heading back to court in Switzerland

Democrats agree to North America trade pact: What…

House Democrats agreed to President Donald Trump's revamped North America trade deal after prying some concessions from the administration

Testing tech ideas in public? San Francisco says…

San Francisco leaders are cracking down on entrepreneurs using city streets as a testing ground for the latest delivery technology and transportation apps

Pentagon to probe legality of using troops on US…

The Pentagon's independent investigator says he will evaluate the legality of the Trump administration's use of military troops on the southwestern border

Hungary OKs 'muzzle law,' boosts lawmaker fines…

Hungary's right-wing governing parties have approved legislation greatly increasing fines and sanctions on lawmakers who disrupt parliamentary activities

Airline trade group predicts Christmas travel…

If you're flying over Christmas or New Year's, don't expect room to stretch out on the plane

Tens of thousands of Czechs call on prime…

Tens of thousands of Czechs have returned to the streets of Prague to urge the country's prime minister to resign

6 killed in New Jersey gunbattle, including…

Jersey City's mayor says authorities believe a Jewish kosher market was targeted in a New Jersey gunbattle that killed six people

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Georgia gov ordered to answer questions in…

A federal judge has ruled that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp will have to sit for questioning about comments he made that seemed to express concern about minority voter registration

Supermarket Grabs Odd Impeachment Spotlight

Monday's impeachment hearing was serious business. Mostly. There was also the oddity of Republican attorney Steve Castor arriving at the proceeding with all his material tucked into a reusable supermarket bag instead of a briefcase. As Time points, lots of people on the internet noticed . So, too, did the supermarket...