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A group of House Democrats will join forces Wednesday to introduce new articles of impeachment against President Trump, representing the broadest effort yet to oust him as commander in chief. The obstruction of justice allegation stems from Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey , which the lawmakers say was created to delay and impede an investigation.
  • Korea to invest more in PH

    Korea to invest more in PH

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    Turning to North Korean issues, Moon asked the ASEAN countries and the two Northeast Asian nations to help peacefully end the nuclear standoff, stressing the need to maintain maximum pressure and sanctions against the North. "Among ASEAN nations, we have the most mutual people-to-people exchanges with the Philippines", Moon added. It is going to substantially increase relevant budgets and investments so that the financial resources can be concentrated on the four core fields of cooperation ...
  • Fort Bragg National Guard soldiers return home from Puerto Rico

    Fort Bragg National Guard soldiers return home from Puerto Rico

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    Puerto Rico's electric company disregarded its own lawyers' advice when it agreed to a $300 million contract to fix hurricane damage, according to records a House panel has made public. Now the company has 300 employees and employs mostly subcontractors like JEA. Several lawmakers, however, appeared perplexed that the island did not immediately seek to enter in a mutual aid agreement with stateside utility companies that would fix and restore power at cost instead of agreeing to the much ...
  • Joe Biden would beat Trump if the 2020 election were held today

    Joe Biden would beat Trump if the 2020 election were held today

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    I would say, 'no, '" Biden told "The Today Show". While only 35 percent of voters would vote to re-elect Trump, 46 percent would vote Biden into office. The margin of error is 2 percent. That's a 3-point drop since last month. Biden was promoting his new book, Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and objective, in which he details the aftermath of his son's death in 2015.
  • Unity is collection site for Christmas boxes

    Unity is collection site for Christmas boxes

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    From small shoes, school supplies, personal items, and of course toys, the church is looking for anything that will fill a shoe box. For many of these children, the gift-filled shoebox is the first gift they have ever received. "Fifteen years later, they can tell you every item that was in that box - it means so much to them", Hayenga said. They then ship these gifts outside the United States to children affected by war, poverty, natural disaster, famine, and disease; and to children living ...
  • India's export drops; trade deficit widens to $14 billion in October

    India's export drops; trade deficit widens to $14 billion in October

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    Goods imports last month were $ 37.12 billion, a gain of 7.6% from a year ago, data from the commerce and industry ministry showed. Trade deficit was at $8.98 billion in the previous month. Gold imports dipped by 16 per cent to United States dollars 2.94 billion last month. Gupta said that it was worrisome that labour-intensive sectors such as gems and jewellery, garments, handicrafts and leather products were the worst affected and the government needs to take remedial measures to ...
  • 12-year-old girl takes U.S. attorney general to court for cannabis

    12-year-old girl takes U.S. attorney general to court for cannabis

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    Because marijuana is a "schedule one" drug, categorized with other drugs like heroin by the federal government, Alexis can't use her medication on federal property. "Whenever you sue the government, the deck is really stacked against you", he said. Many states now allow use of marijuana for at least some medical reasons.
  • North Korean media calls for death penalty for Trump

    North Korean media calls for death penalty for Trump

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    But North Korea has reacted angrily saying, "the worst crime for which he [Trump] can never be pardoned is that he dared [to] malignantly hurt the dignity of the supreme leadership". Cyber operations in North Korea have been conducted to collect sensitive political and military intelligence information in order to attack their enemies.
  • UN Chief raises concern over Rohingya crisis at ASEAN

    UN Chief raises concern over Rohingya crisis at ASEAN

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    More than 600,000 Rohingya Muslims have fled to Bangladesh since late August, driven out by a military counter-insurgency clearance operation in Buddhist-majority Myanmar's Rakhine State that a top United Nations official has described as a textbook case of "ethnic cleansing".