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Impeachment Markup Continues, UK Election Day, Jersey City Shootout Investigation

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 is calling a hate crime?

Impeachment Markup Continues, UK Election Day, Jersey City Shootout Investigation

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Next Steps on Impeachment, USMCA Deal, Clash Over Student Debt Claims

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.

Next Steps on Impeachment, USMCA Deal, Clash Over Student Debt Claims

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Breaking News Update: Democrats Unveil Articles Of Impeachment, USMCA Trade Agreement

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.

Breaking News Update: Democrats Unveil Articles Of Impeachment, USMCA Trade Agreement

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Articles of Impeachment Preview, Ukraine-Russia Ceasefire, SAT & ACT Lawsuit

House Democrats have scheduled an announcement for this morning. What might they reveal about the specific articles of impeachment they plan to draft against President Trump? Ukraine and Russia have agreed to a ceasefire after more than five years of conflict that's killed at least 13,000 people. What does the deal include? Also, a new lawsuit is coming that could force a state school system to eliminate standardized test requirements for college admissions.

Articles of Impeachment Preview, Ukraine-Russia Ceasefire, SAT & ACT Lawsuit

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Pensacola Shooting, DOJ's Russia Probe Review, Next House Hearing on Impeachment

What was a Saudi military officer doing on a U.S. naval base in Pensacola, and why are authorities investigating a mass shooting there as an act of terrorism? The Justice Department's Inspector General will release a report today focused on the early stages of the FBI's Russia investigation. Will it dispel or validate President Trump's accusations of a witch hunt? And the House Judiciary Committee holds another impeachment inquiry hearing today that could set the stage for articles of impeachment.

Pensacola Shooting, DOJ's Russia Probe Review, Next House Hearing on Impeachment

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Special Report: How Big Of A Role Did Mike Pompeo Play In The Ukraine Affair?

What did Secretary of State Mike Pompeo know about President Trump's alleged pressure campaign on Ukraine and when did he know it?

Special Report: How Big Of A Role Did Mike Pompeo Play In The Ukraine Affair?

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Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

An American graduate student imprisoned in Tehran since 2016 was released today. We'll tell you about the prisoner exchange that led to his freedom. Plus, the Democratic primary field just got a lot whiter. What does that mean for voters? And violence against anti-government protesters in Baghdad stokes fears of a wider conflict.

Iran Frees U.S. Student, Democratic Field Gets Less Diverse, Violence In Baghdad

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Articles of Impeachment Are Coming, Measles Surging, Uber Sex Assault Data

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi says articles of impeachment against President Trump are coming. How soon could the House move towards an impeachment vote? What's behind a resurgence in worldwide measles cases? And Uber discloses new data showing thousands of people reported sexual assault by drivers and passengers.

Articles of Impeachment Are Coming, Measles Surging, Uber Sex Assault Data

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Experts Testify on Impeachment, Ukraine Political Woes, France General Strike

Lawmakers ask four Constitutional scholars whether President Trump committed an impeachable offense. Three say yes. Will their testimony shape impeachment proceedings? What is the president's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, reportedly doing in Ukraine, and how is Ukraine's president reacting to Trump's impeachment woes? And what's behind a countrywide general strike kicking off today in France?

Experts Testify on Impeachment, Ukraine Political Woes, France General Strike

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Impeachment Changes Hands, Turkey's NATO Threat, Disabled Student Borrowers

As a new phase of impeachment begins, what can we expect from the first hearing from the House Judiciary Committee? Why are NATO leaders bristling over an ultimatum from Turkey to condemn Kurdish fighters? And NPR investigates why hundreds of thousands of disabled student loan borrowers didn't get the loan forgiveness they deserved.

Impeachment Changes Hands, Turkey's NATO Threat, Disabled Student Borrowers

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