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Ambassador Gordon Sondland says he never heard President Donald Trump say that military aid to Ukraine was conditioned on a public announcement by the Ukrainian president that the country was investigating Democrats.
The chair of Democratic National Committee speaks out on voter suppression at a summit discussion in Atlanta, the same day the Democratic candidate debates are due.
Republicans slammed Gordon Sondland, the U.S. Ambassador to the E.U., for omitting in his lengthy opening statement the details of a phone call he had with President Trump on September 9th during which Trump said there was no quid pro quo.
President Donald Trump is insisting that he wanted "nothing" from Ukraine and declared that impeachment hearings should be brought to an end. The president read from handwritten notes when speaking to reporters on his departure for Texas.
Ambassador Gordon Sondland told House impeachment investigators that he worked with Rudy Giuliani on Ukraine at the “express direction” of President Donald Trump. He said he pushed a “quid pro quo” with Kyiv because it was what Trump wanted.
House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and his counterpart, Rep. Devin Nunes, split sharply in their opening statements in Wednesday's impeachment hearing.
A New York lawmaker who proposed a law to ban tackle football for kids aged 12 and under says he hopes the bill passes soon because tackle football poses a "danger to developing brains."
Loughlin, Giannulli fighting new charges in admissions case; Kristen Bell and Idina Menzel have neighboring stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame; "This is Us" star Mandy Moore announces her first tour in more than a decade.
Here's the latest for Wednesday November 20th: Gordon Sondland to testify in impeachment inquiry; Diplomat testifies that he now thinks Trump withheld aid to push investigation; Israeli air strikes in Syria; Pope goes to Thailand.
Pacific Northwest apple ‘detectives’ are hunting for varieties of domesticated apples thought to be extinct in century-old pioneer homestead orchards. There were once 17,000 varieties of domesticated apples in North America. A fraction remain.
OxyContin sales are slowing in the United States under an avalanche of lawsuits and the bankruptcy of Purdue Pharma. But the company's owner, the Sackler family, continues to profit from sales of their signature painkiller in China.
A former top national security adviser to President Donald Trump says he was told that a rough transcript of Trump’s July 25 call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy was placed on a highly classified system by mistake.
Highlights of this day in history: Nazi war crimes trial begins at Nuremberg; Robert F. Kennedy born; Britain's future Queen Elizabeth II marries; Spain's dictator Francisco Franco dies; Mexican Revolution begins; 'Cabaret' hits Broadway.
Prosecutors in Nevada are tying a 73-year-old Arizona man to two unsolved Reno-area killings in a bid to keep him in jail following his indictment in the bludgeoning death of a California woman more than 40 years ago.
Native American activists are preparing to mark the 50th anniversary of the occupation of Alcatraz island. The 19-month occupation is considered a seminal event that reinvigorated tribes to stand up to the U.S. government.
South Dakota's govenor is defending her state's new anti-methamphetamine campaign, saying the point of the ad campaign with the slogan "Meth - We're On It" is to raise awareness, and is working.