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WASHINGTON (AP) — Impeachable or not?Both Democrats and Republicans see the televised impeachment hearings starting this week as their first and best opportunity to shape public opinion about President Donald Trump’s dealings with Ukraine.

Impeachment witness: Ukrainians requested about holdup of support

WASHINGTON (AP) — Transcripts in the newest batch from testimony in the House impeachment hearings are chipping away at a key Republican defense of President Donald Trump.

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Deval Patrick is reportedly contemplating a late run for the Democratic presidential nomination

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Pentagon chief says Vindman shouldn’t worry Army retaliation

WASHINGTON (AP) — Defense Secretary Mark Esper said Monday that an Army officer has no reason to fear retribution for testifying before Congress in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.

National safety officers objected to stopping Ukraine help

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United States: Bolivian president wasn’t compelled out by coup

WASHINGTON (AP) — Senior officials at the U.S. State Department said Monday the situation in Bolivia is not a coup, despite what some Latin American governments have claimed. They allege that the constitutional order in the Andean country will not be broken once an interim president calls for elections within 90 days.

Mulvaney’s bid to hitch impeachment lawsuit challenged

WASHINGTON (AP) — White House acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney is facing opposition, including from a former Trump administration adviser, in his bid to join a lawsuit over testimony in the House impeachment inquiry.

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Impeachment witness: Ukrainians asked about holdup of aid

WASHINGTON (AP) — Transcripts in the newest batch from testimony in the House impeachment hearings are chipping away at a key Republican defense of President Donald Trump.

Ex-Republican Strategist Says ‘Never Been an Act of Corruption’ Like Trump’s Actions Toward Ukraine

Former Republican strategist Steve Schmidt argued that there has "never been an act of corruption" like President Donald Trump's efforts to pressure Ukrainian leaders to investigate his political rivals, slamming GOP lawmakers for "lying" in their effort to defend the president.

Report: Neo-Nazi group posts flyers at Boston University

BOSTON (AP) — An organization that tracks the online activity of extremist groups says a neo-Nazi group has posted a video showing members placing recruitment posters around a Massachusetts university.