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What We Learned From The 1st Week Of Impeachment Hearings

Impeachment is clearly shaping up to be a partisan affair, and there was a new witness who said he overheard the president inquiring about how the prospect for "investigations" in Ukraine was going.

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'This Isn't Speech:' Attorney Carrie Goldberg On Revenge Porn

Attorney and author Carrie Goldberg was the target of revenge porn from an ex-boyfriend, and now she's built a practice helping people in similar situations. Her new book is Nobody's Victim.

'This Isn't Speech:' Attorney Carrie Goldberg On Revenge Porn

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Prince Andrew Admits Visiting With Sex Offender Epstein Was 'The Wrong Thing To Do'

The Duke of York told the BBC that he let the royal family down by staying at Epstein's home after the New York financier was convicted of soliciting a minor.

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Not My Job: Sen. Tim Kaine Plays A Game Called 'T. Kaine, Meet T-Pain'

We recorded the show in Richmond, Va., this week, and invited Sen. Tim Kaine to play our quiz. We'll find out how much he knows about Grammy award-winning musician T-Pain.

Not My Job: Sen. Tim Kaine Plays A Game Called 'T. Kaine, Meet T-Pain'

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Lucía Cerna worked as a housekeeper at the José Simeón Cañas Central American University in El Salvador. On Nov. 16, 1989, she witnessed armed soldiers kill six Jesuit priests, a cook and a teenage girl. Danny Hajek/NPR hide caption

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'I Miss Them, Always': A Witness Recounts El Salvador's 1989 Jesuit Massacre

Six priests became modern-day martyrs in one of the most high-profile religious crimes in recent Latin American history. A woman who witnessed the incident says the FBI pressured her to stay quiet.

'I Miss Them, Always': A Witness Recounts El Salvador's 1989 Jesuit Massacre

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Fleas transmit plague — but the pneumonic plague, the type reported from China this week, can spread from person to person as well. Oxford Science Archive/Print Collector/Getty Images hide caption

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China Reports 2 Cases Of The Most Dangerous Type Of Plague

Authorities have censored Chinese-language news of the hospitalization of a couple who traveled from Mongolia to Beijing for treatment, perhaps to tamp down fears.

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Yovanovitch Says Trump Comments In July Call Felt Like A 'Threat'

While Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch was testifying about a pressure campaign to oust her from Kyiv, President Trump criticized her on Twitter.

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Roger Stone, Political Operative And Trump Aide, Guilty In False Statements Trial

Stone faced charges that he lied to congressional investigators and obstructed an official proceeding. He pleaded not guilty and said he'd done nothing wrong.

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'I'm A Purist': Mary-Louise Parker Returns To Broadway For A New Challenge

The actor discusses her "arduous" role as a 53-year-old Yale professor in the dark play, The Sound Inside. "It requires a lot of technique," she said. "Because I don't want you to see the technique."

'I'm A Purist': Mary-Louise Parker Returns To Broadway For A New Challenge

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Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett hits Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph with his own helmet as offensive guard David DeCastro tries to intervene, in the final seconds of their game Thursday night. Ken Blaze/USA Today Sports / Reuters hide caption

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NFL Suspends Myles Garrett 'Indefinitely' For Hitting QB With His Own Helmet

The Cleveland Browns' defensive end is suspended without pay "at a minimum for the remainder of the season and postseason" after starting a fight at the end of a game with the Pittsburgh Steelers.

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Democrats Could Gain At Least 2 House Seats Under New N.C. Redistricting Plan

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The plan follows a ruling by a state court last month that said North Carolina Republicans, who control the Legislature, had unfairly disadvantaged Democrats.

Hoda Muthana was held in al-Hol camp, which houses relatives of Islamic State group members in northeastern Syria. She was recently transferred to a different detention camp. Giuseppe Cacace/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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Judge Rules That U.S.-Born Woman Who Joined ISIS Is Not A U.S. Citizen

Hoda Muthana, a 25-year-old who was a student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham when she traveled to Syria, is currently imprisoned at a detention camp in northern Syria with her young son.

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