White House Defies Impeachment Inquiry, Opening for ISIS in Syria, Vaping Crackdown In a letter, the White House declares Democrats' impeachment inquiry "constitutionally invalid" and refuses to cooperate in the probe. As the U.S. steps aside in northern Syria and Turkey steps in, how could ISIS benefit? A 17-year-old is the youngest to die from vaping-related causes. The rising death toll has led some states to ban certain products and put the spotlight on illegal vaping operations.
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White House Defies Impeachment Inquiry, Opening for ISIS in Syria, Vaping Crackdown

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White House Defies Impeachment Inquiry, Opening for ISIS in Syria, Vaping Crackdown

White House Defies Impeachment Inquiry, Opening for ISIS in Syria, Vaping Crackdown

White House Defies Impeachment Inquiry, Opening for ISIS in Syria, Vaping Crackdown

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In a letter, the White House declares Democrats' impeachment inquiry "constitutionally invalid" and refuses to cooperate in the probe. As the U.S. steps aside in northern Syria and Turkey steps in, how could ISIS benefit? A 17-year-old is the youngest to die from vaping-related causes. The rising death toll has led some states to ban certain products and put the spotlight on illegal vaping operations.