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White House On Marie Yovanovitch

Nov 15, 2019

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Colin Kaepernick And The NFL

Nov 15, 2019

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Wild Boars Destroy Cocaine Stash

Nov 15, 2019

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A Surfing Marriage Proposal

Nov 15, 2019

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The U.S. Department of Education agreed to hand over department records late Thursday to Rep. Bobby Scott, D-Va., the Democratic chairman of the U.S. House education committee, just hours before Scott was set to subpoena Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for the records.

The information relates to the Education Department's unwillingness to fully forgive the federal student loans of borrowers who say they were defrauded by for-profit colleges, including the now-defunct Corinthian Colleges.

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In her private testimony, she says she felt threatened by President Trump. Today, Marie Yovanovitch will be able to tell the public why.

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It was 1965 when Winfred Rembert, then 19, says he was almost killed by a group of white men.

"I'm 71. But I still wake up screaming and reliving things that happened to me," Winfred, now 73, said.

During a 2017 StoryCorps interview, Winfred told his wife, Patsy Rembert, 67, about the traumatic incident he's still grappling with today.

Scott Z. Burns On 'The Report'

Nov 15, 2019

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Turmoil In Bolivia

Nov 14, 2019

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Well, it did not take long for a big reveal to drop on the opening day of public testimony in the impeachment inquiry.

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When it comes to global health, the world has made remarkable strides over the past two decades. There has been unprecedented progress vaccinating kids, treating diseases and lifting millions out of poverty. The childhood death rate has been slashed in half since 2000. Adults are living an average 5 1/2 years longer.

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The Legal Case For Impeachment

Nov 14, 2019

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The public phase of the impeachment inquiry started yesterday. Two career diplomats testified for about five hours. William Taylor, the acting U.S. ambassador to Ukraine, said in his opening statement that he has no political bias.

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Review: 'Ford V Ferrari'

Nov 14, 2019

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I got to warn you here. If you go see the new movie, "Ford V Ferrari," in a theater, get ready for your seat to vibrate as if you're flying on a racetrack at 200 miles an hour.

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MATT DAMON: (As Carroll Shelby) You ready?

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The Walmart in El Paso, Texas, where 22 people were killed in a shooting back in August reopens today. The store has been renovated, and a memorial is under construction at the site. Mallory Falk of member station KERA has this story.

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On the day before the hearing, we sat with the chairman, Adam Schiff, faced each other in armchairs and talked through the importance of public testimony.

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So from closed-door depositions to open, public testimony, the first public hearing of the House impeachment inquiry of President Trump is today. This is the voice of Congressman Adam Schiff, the Democrat who chairs the House Intelligence Committee, in an interview yesterday with Steve.

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