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How will the presence of TV cameras change the impeachment inquiry?

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The transcripts keep on coming. More testimony from the closed-door impeachment inquiry is now public.

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Did a top White House lawyer make the decision to lock up President Trump's Ukraine call in a secret computer system?

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It was supposed to be a closed-door deposition.

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Right. That is, until a group of very upset Republicans let themselves in.

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All right, so acting Ambassador William Taylor is the top United States diplomat in Ukraine, and he is a key figure in the impeachment inquiry.

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Two undecided voters John Zeitler, a 48-year-old attorney for an insurance company, and Hetal Jani, 36, who runs a nonprofit focused on education and mentorship, wanted to know more about the "freedom dividend" proposal from first-time presidential candidate Andrew Yang.

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The U.S. may have been the one to broker this temporary cease-fire between Turkey and Kurds in Syria, but that pause comes to an end today. And now Turkey is consulting Russia about its next steps.

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The agreement to pause fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces for five days expires tomorrow.

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Now we're going to spend a few minutes with Democratic presidential hopeful Andrew Yang. He says he is confident about his chances of becoming the party's nominee even though nationally, he's polling at about 2%.

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U.S. forces in Syria complicated any effort by Turkey to invade for years. Now that U.S. forces are going, U.S. sanctions are not immediately having the same effect.

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The United States is pulling its forces out of northern Syria. And the Syrian government is moving back in.

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House Democrats have told the Trump administration subpoenas are coming.

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House Democrats have been suggesting that their impeachment investigation could take just a matter of weeks, not months. But the White House is drawing battle lines as tensions between the executive and legislative branches are really increasing.

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Democrats conducting an impeachment inquiry are looking into one of President Trump's closest allies.

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Hungary's government is pushing back against European Union assertions that it is putting democracy in danger, says Hungarian Foreign Minister Peter Szijjarto.

The fierce loyalist of hard-line, right-wing Prime Minister Viktor Orban is also calling the U.S. intention to restart Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty in the country an "insult."

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President Trump spent much of the weekend on Twitter. Tweets from the president's account denounced his critics or shared videos of his supporters more than 80 times.

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It is just seven pages long, but it could change the course of a presidency. An unclassified version of the whistleblower complaint is now public.

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Right now, the acting director of national intelligence, Joseph Maguire, is testifying before the House intelligence committee. He's had some testy back-and-forth with committee Chairman Adam Schiff. Take a listen to that.

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Today we may learn more about President Trump's overseas effort to gain dirt on a political opponent. The director of national intelligence testifies before a House committee.

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After months of hesitating, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is starting a formal impeachment inquiry into President Trump.

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All right. Satellite images are now emerging of the damage caused to the Abqaiq oil processing facility in Saudi Arabia.

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More than 49,000 auto workers from all across the country won't be going to work this morning.

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