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“Right matters.” By quoting impeachment witness Lt. Col. Alex Vindman, Rep. Adam Schiff pressed his party’s case in the Senate yesterday, saying President Donald Trump pressured Ukraine to probe a “completely bogus” theory for his own gain. Democrats also sought to preempt White House lawyers by defending ex-Vice President Joe Biden, a central figure in a
The Hermit Kingdom has tapped a hard-line former army officer as its new top diplomat, state media reported. Experts say the fact that Ri Son Gwon has virtually no U.S. experience probably means Pyongyang is planning to take a tougher tack with Washington as denuclearization talks between the two sides remain stalled. Ri previously oversaw
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Tennis star Serena Williams was handed a stunning defeat at the Australian Open Friday by 27th-seeded Wang Qiang. Sopranos actress Annabella Sciorra testified in a New York court yesterday about how disgraced Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein raped her nearly 30 years ago. And President Trump said he’ll release his Mideast peace plan ahead of Israeli
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