Next Steps In Impeachment Probe, Baghdadi Successor, NCAA Allows Athletes To Get Paid The House is one day away from its vote on whether to formally open impeachment proceedings. What do the latest testimonies in the investigation reveal about President Trump's dealings with Ukraine? Is the Islamic State now operating without a leader — and does that matter? And why has the NCAA changed its policy on allowing college athletes to get paid?
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Next Steps In Impeachment Probe, Baghdadi Successor, NCAA Allows Athletes To Get Paid

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Next Steps In Impeachment Probe, Baghdadi Successor, NCAA Allows Athletes To Get Paid

Next Steps In Impeachment Probe, Baghdadi Successor, NCAA Allows Athletes To Get Paid

Next Steps In Impeachment Probe, Baghdadi Successor, NCAA Allows Athletes To Get Paid

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The House is one day away from its vote on whether to formally open impeachment proceedings. What do the latest testimonies in the investigation reveal about President Trump's dealings with Ukraine? Is the Islamic State now operating without a leader — and does that matter? And why has the NCAA changed its policy on allowing college athletes to get paid?