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Impeachment probe moves swiftly; ambassador to EU up next
Impeachment probe moves swiftly; ambassador to EU up next

For only the fourth time in U.S. history, the House of Representatives has started a presidential impeachment inquiry. House committees are trying to determine if President Donald Trump violated his oath of office by asking a foreign country to investigate a political opponent. - The House impeachment inquiry is exposing new details about unease in the State Department and White House about Trump's actions toward Ukraine and those of his personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani.

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Fox's Neil Cavuto Challenges Trump-Boosting Colleague: 'Do You Fault the President for Anything?'

Fox News anchor Neil Cavuto on Wednesday confronted one of the network's most loyal Trump defenders, dismantling Fox News legal analyst Gregg Jarrett's latest pro-Trump book that asserts the president is the victim of an ongoing "witch hunt" by the so-called Deep State and Democrats.As Jarrett promoted his new book on Cavuto's show, the pro-Trump pundit immediately remarked that his host's copy of the book was marked with a "lot of yellow Post-It notes." Cavuto, meanwhile, went on to note that Jarrett focuses much of his book's attention on blaming the media for the purported witch hunt against Trump, which Jarrett claims the Ukraine scandal is part of. After the Fox analyst claimed the...

Analysis: Trump impulsiveness a theme in impeachment, Syria
Analysis: Trump impulsiveness a theme in impeachment, Syria

The president's decision to push Ukraine to investigate a political rival prompted Democrats to launch the House impeachment inquiry, and Trump's critics equate his abrupt decision to pull U.S. troops out of northern Syria with throwing a match on a powder keg. Both actions reflect an increasingly confident Trump's inclination to listen to his gut over his foreign policy and national security advisers, a proclivity that is rattling U.S. allies and emboldening enemies.

Mexico court lets president
Mexico court lets president's pet airport go ahead

A Mexican court decided Wednesday to allow construction to go ahead on a new airport pushed by the president, who is locked in a row with the business community over the project. The ruling is a victory for leftist President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who campaigned against his predecessor's "corruption-plagued" plan for a new $13-billion airport for Mexico City, and wants to replace it with a rival project. Instead of building the sleek new airport -- which would have replaced the badly overstretched existing one -- Lopez Obrador wants to keep the current airport and supplement it with another one at the site of what is currently the Santa Lucia military airbase, at a cost of $4...

Teva to donate over $15 billion worth of drugs in opioid settlement: source
Teva to donate over $15 billion worth of drugs in opioid settlement: source

The news follows media reports that major drug distributors McKesson Corp , AmerisourceBergen Corp and Cardinal Health are discussing with governments to settle thousands of opioid-related lawsuits for $18 billion. The companies, including Teva, are all defendants in a landmark trial set to begin in federal court in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 21, which will be presided over by U.S. District Judge Dan Polster, who has long pushed for a global settlement of the litigation.

America
America's "Dauntless" Dive-Bomber Was a World War II Classic

An excellent plane.