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Julián Castro tweets alongside Democratic debate despite not qualifying

Democratic presidential candidate Julián Castro tweeted his policy proposals alongside the fifth Democratic primary debate Wednesday night, even though he failed to qualify.To qualify for the debate in Atlanta, candidates had to poll at 3… Source: The Hill

Sondland brings impeachment inquiry to White House doorstep

Gordon Sondland, President Trump’s ambassador to the European Union, brought the impeachment inquiry closer to the White House on Wednesday.Sondland implicated some of the president’s key allies in his testimony, saying Secretary of State Mike… Source: The Hill

FBI sought interview with whistleblower at heart of impeachment probe

The FBI reportedly sought an interview with the CIA whistleblower who filed a complaint over President Trump’s July 25 phone call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky.Yahoo News first reported that an FBI agent in the Washington field… Source: The Hill

Trump says Sondland testimony was 'fantastic'

President Trump declared victory following U.S. Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland’s public testimony Wednesday, saying it was “fantastic” and calling House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry a “hoax.”“I think it was fantastic,” President… Source: The Hill

Poll: Support for impeaching Trump slips in Wisconsin

Support among Wisconsin voters for impeaching President Trump has dipped slightly since the start of the public hearings, according to a new poll. Forty percent of registered Wisconsin voters said Trump should be impeached and removed from… Source: The Hill

Education Department releases wage, debt data for specific college majors

The Education Department released information for the first time Wednesday detailing the median debt and earnings for specific programs at colleges and universities across the country. Previously, users of the department’s College… Source: The Hill

How Trump has disowned most of the impeachment witnesses

President Trump on Wednesday said he didn’t know Gordon Sondland “very well,” making the U.S. ambassador to the European Union just the latest White House or administration official to be disowned upon offering testimony in the impeachment inquiry…. Source: The Hill

Giuliani seeks to distance himself from Sondland

Rudy Giuliani, the personal attorney for President Trump, sought to defend his involvement in the Ukraine controversy as Sondland testified about his role. “I came into this at [former Ukraine special envoy Kurt] Volker’s request…. Source: The Hill

Trump calls latest impeachment hearings 'a great day for Republicans'

President Trump on Tuesday hailed the third day of public impeachment proceedings as a “great day for Republicans” following a pair of hearings that offered sharply different interpretations of whether the president behaved improperly.“A… Source: The Hill

Volker says he rejected Biden 'conspiracy theory' pushed by Giuliani

Former U.S. special envoy to Ukraine Kurt Volker on Tuesday pushed back on an allegation about former Vice President Joe Biden pushed by President Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, calling it a “conspiracy theory.”Volker said specifically… Source: The Hill

White House tweet questions Vindman's judgment

The official White House Twitter account tweeted out a quote on Tuesday that called Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman’s  judgment into question as he testified on Capitol Hill in the impeachment inquiry.”Tim Morrison, Alexander Vindman’s former boss,… Source: The Hill

Trump on Vindman: 'I understand now he wears his uniform when he goes in'

President Trump said Tuesday that he does not know Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman, the White House national security official testifying in connection with the House impeachment inquiry, and said he would let others make up their minds as to his… Source: The Hill

Judge orders Democrats to give notice if they request Trump's NY tax returns

A federal judge on Monday granted President Trump “very limited relief” in his legal case aimed at preventing House Democrats from obtaining his New York state tax returns.Judge Carl Nichols, a federal district judge in Washington, D.C. appointed by… Source: The Hill

Dozens of civil rights groups call on Trump to fire Stephen Miller

More than 50 civil rights groups have signed a letter calling on President Trump to fire White House adviser Stephen Miller after emails obtained by the Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) revealed that Miller had promoted materials linked to white… Source: The Hill

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