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In suburban Virginia, divisions over impeachment on display - Reuters
Reuters - Video 1 hour ago
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (Reuters) - Cheers, boos and frequent applause reflected the intense partisan divide over the possible impeachment of Republican President Donald Trump during a town hall meeting with voters in the liberal suburbs of Virginia on Thursday. Five days of public hearings in the Democratic-led impeachment inquiry concluded on Thursday. “How do impeachment hearings help lower the divisiveness?”.

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2 motorists killed in head-on crash with semi in southern Minnesota - Twin Cities
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Two motorists were killed in a head-on crash with semi Wednesday evening on U.S. 14 in Dodge County. The semi was hauling 27,000 pounds of fertilizer, the State Patrol said. The driver of the semi, Merritt Lyle Davis, 75, of Cleveland, Minn., escaped serious injury.

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Sen. Lindsey Graham launches probe of Bidens - Columbian.com
The Columbian: Headlines 2 hours ago
Graham does not provide a deadline for the State Department to produce these documents. WASHINGTON - Senate Judiciary Chairman Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., sent a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo Thursday requesting documents related to former vice president Joe Biden and his communications with Ukrainian officials, a step seen as a GOP effort to counter the House impeachment investigation of President Donald Trump. Graham, one of Trump's fiercest defenders on Capitol Hill, had previously said he supported an investigation of Biden, a 2020 presidential candidate, and his son as it pertains to their dealings in Ukraine, but said he wouldn't use the Judiciary panel to conduct one.

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Netanyahu, go home now - Haaretz Editorial - Israel News | Haaretz.com
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But Netanyahu listens to no one, not even himself. Netanyahu proved that Israel is not his top priority, but rather a means for him to continue in office. Something momentous happened in Israel Thursday.

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Police fire tear gas & water cannons as mass anti-govt protests in Colombia's capital turn violent (PHOTOS, VIDEOS) - RT...
Russia Today (RT) 3 hours ago
️ Protests continued in Colombian capital Bogota, Thursday, Nov. 21, as students clashed with police. THREAD: Police prepare as Colombia braces for its largest protests in years on Thursday. Riot police were also seen using tear gas on demonstrators outside of the Colombian legislature in Bogota's Bolivar Square.

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Iowa teacher who used racial slur in class will return, reports say
The Des Moines Register 2 hours ago
"It is equally clear, that the teacher had no malicious intent. A western Iowa television station Thursday night published a statement from Denison Community School District explaining that its investigation into the matter was finished. The district will work with the teacher to implement necessary changes, in order to, transition the teacher back into the classroom and address the concerns of all involved.".

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Police to guard polls for vote in protest-wracked Hong Kong - Houston Chronicle
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HONG KONG (AP) - Police will be out in force at polling stations in Hong Kong this weekend as keenly contested local elections take place amid ongoing anti-government protests. Hong Kong's new police commissioner, Tang Ping-keung, told reporters Friday that officers would deal with any outbreak of violence immediately without hesitation. Most of the protesters who took over Hong Kong Polytechnic University last week have left, but an unknown number have remained inside for days, hoping somehow to avoid arrest.

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EUR/USD risk reversals: EUR call bias strongest since January 2018
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EUR/USD could face strong selling pressure below key support of 1.1052. EUR/USD three-month risk reversals show bullish (call) bias is strongest in 22 months. USD/JPY is trading flat around 108.60 in a 15-pips narrow range following a mixed session overnight for financial markets.

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White House and Republicans discuss limiting impeachment trial to two weeks | Impeachment | unionleader.com
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But even a two-week trial could run counter to what Trump has expressed privately. “No final decision has been made,” one senior White House official said Thursday. Other options, including a longer trial, were discussed, and could still happen.

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From today - open season on Mendelblit - Opinion - Israel News | Haaretz.com
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Avichai Mendelblit knows that too, and he certainly deserves the criticism leveled at him for the long time it took him to make his decisions. That the benefits Netanyahu received aren't actual “money envelopes,” and that the attorney general ruled out of hand the suspicion that he traded in Israel's security in the submarines case, added fuel to the intense culture war raging in Israel, of which Netanyahu is both representative and generator. His supporters in this alliance of the self-pitying, one that has been in power for 40 years, truly believe that the all-powerful elites in Israel are carrying out a political putsch against him by legal means.

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Colts vs. Texans: Indianapolis poorly positioned for the playoffs again
Indianapolis Star /Indianapolis ... 1 hour ago
Indianapolis Colts lose 17-20 at Houston Texans. Indianapolis Colts quarterback Jacoby Brissett (7) lies on the ground after he couldn't quite convert a fourth down try on his scramble to turn the ball over to Houston, late in the second half, NRG Stadium, Houston, Thursday, Nov. 21, 2019. You will need to register before adding a comment.

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Just What This Race Needs, Another Billionaire - Rolling Stone
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After filing paperwork to qualify for the Alabama primary last week and flying to Arkansas on Tuesday to formally enter that state's primary, former New York City mayor Michael Bloomberg filed federal papers Thursday, officially entering the 2020 presidential race. For someone with a whole lot of money, there are a lot smarter things you could do with it than waste it on a long-shot presidential race. Bloomberg joins fellow billionaire Tom Steyer in the race as a largely self-funded candidate, but with an estimated net worth of $54.4 billion, according to Forbes, which dwarfs Steyer's estimated $1.6 billion, Bloomberg is by far the richest candidate in the field.

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US calls for Iran crackdown videos, internet slowly returns - Connecticut Post
The Connecticut Post 44 minutes ago
Pompeo's tweet early Friday comes as pockets of Iran saw internet over landlines restored. Amnesty International says protest unrest and a subsequent security crackdown killed at least 106 people. Iran disputes that figure without offering its own.

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Barack Obama urges anxious Democrats to 'chill out' over 2020 candidates at California fundraiser - ABC News
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Former President Barack Obama is no longer sitting on the sidelines of the 2020 Democratic primary, wading into the political sphere with both a warning against "purity tests" and a reassurance to quell anxieties about the size of the field in front of a room of wealthy Democratic donors. With a Democratic primary field that still counts 17 candidates less than three months before the first votes in Iowa, Obama reminded the folks in the room, "We had a massive field in 2008.". "Everybody needs to chill out about the candidates," he added, "but gin up about the prospect of rallying behind whoever emerges from this process.".

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Salad product recall over E. coli bacteria impacts 22 states - The Morning Call
The Allentown Morning Call 2 hours ago
The Centers for Disease Control says E. coli often causes diarrhea and vomiting. The U.S. Department of Agriculture says thousands of pounds of salad products are being recalled due to a possible E. coli contamination. The department says Missa Bay, LLC from Swedesboro, New Jersey, is recalling more than 75,000 pounds (34,020 kilograms) of salad products that contain meat or poultry because the lettuce may be contaminated with a strain of E. coli.

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Spirit Award Nominations Spotlight Indie Films in Need of a Boost | Hollywood Reporter
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Film Independent's Spirit Awards nominating committee clearly tried to give as many worthy films as possible a taste of the spotlight in the nominations for the 35th annual Spirit Awards that were announced on Thursday morning, while prioritizing films that truly needed a boost. The Spirit Awards honor the year's best achievements for U.S. films made within a budget of $22.5 million. Noah Baumbach's critically praised Marriage Story, which Netflix is pushing as hard as any indie is being pushed this season, was nominated for only two awards, but they are biggies: best feature and best screenplay.

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House urges Supreme Court to lift hold on subpoena for Trump records - Columbian.com
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WASHINGTON - House Democrats and Manhattan's top prosecutor told the Supreme Court Thursday that President Donald Trump's arguments to shield his tax returns and financial records are weak, and not deserving of the justices' intervention. Trump made an emergency appeal to the court to block the subpoena from being enforced in the meantime after an appeals court in Washington, DC, ruled against him. But Vance said earlier Supreme Court rulings forcing President Richard Nixon to turn over the Watergate tapes and allowing President Bill Clinton to be sued for sexual harassment demonstrate that Trump also should lose.

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Valve is bringing its Index VR headset to more countries - The Verge
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Right after announcing Half-Life: Alyx, already one of the most anticipated VR games of all time, Valve has confirmed plans to bring its Index headset and controllers to other countries, starting with Canada and Japan today. Half-Life: Alyx won't require a Valve Index, but the company's own VR headset is likely to provide the most high-end experience available. Half-Life: Alyx will be a free download for all Index owners, while people who buy the headset before the end of the year will get access to in-game cosmetic items and locations that can be explored through Steam VR Destinations.

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Trump signs short-term spending bill just ahead of shutdown deadline | National | unionleader.com
New Hampshire Union Leadercachedstripped 1 hour ago
It is the second stopgap spending bill Congress has been forced to pass to keep the lights on in government for the 2020 budget year that began Oct. 1. Aides have studied the possibility of diverting the money from existing funds if Congress does not approve more, a step the administration took earlier this year - over bipartisan opposition - after Trump declared a national emergency at the border. Trump and Senate Republicans want $5 billion for the wall, but House Democrats included no such money at all in the spending bills they passed.

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Chicago White Sox sign Yasmani Grandal to 4-year, $73M contract
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The White Sox are off to a solid start with Grandal, for multiple reasons. "For me it's very simple," said Grandal, who has a career 3.67 catchers ERA. A switch hitter, the 31-year-old Grandal batted .246/.380/.468 with Milwaukee last season.

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The Week in Pictures: Nov. 14 - 21
NBC News Top Stories 44 minutes ago
The 16-year-old boy who fatally shot two fellow students and wounded three others last week at a Southern California high school used an unregistered, untraceable “ghost gun,” according to police. After a month of deadly unrest, Morales' political party appears to be positioning itself for a future without the man who led the country for 14 years. Cleveland Browns defensive end Myles Garrett, left, gets ready to hit Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph, second left, with a helmet during the second half of an NFL football game on Nov. 14, in Cleveland.

Lawmakers concerned VA's Cerner EHR will not be ready for go-live | Health Data Management
Health Data Management | Health Data Management 1 hour ago
The chair of the House subcommittee, charged with legislative oversight of the VA's $10 billion Cerner electronic health record implementation, is concerned that the agency will not be ready for the EHR's initial go-live slated for March. “However, many questions remain about VA's readiness to operate the Cerner Millennium system in a clinical environment.”. Nonetheless, in his testimony before the subcommittee, VA Deputy Secretary James Byrne told lawmakers that he is “very confident” that the agency is going to be ready for the initial go-live in March and that it will be successful.

Roger Brown picks Lebanon, Hollis/Brookline, Londonderry | High School Sports / Youth | unionleader.com
New Hampshire Union Leader 1 hour ago
Hollis/Brookline, 20-14. Picked the Cavaliers to win it all before the postseason began. Not only are the Lancers unbeaten, they haven't been tested.

VUMC receives $5.3M NCI grant to collect family health histories | Health Data Management
Health Data Management | Health Data Managementcachedstripped 1 hour ago
The National Cancer Institute has awarded Vanderbilt University Medical Center a $5.3 million grant to develop a single clinical platform for collecting family health histories to identify patients at risk for hereditary cancers. The $5.3 million grant awarded to VUMC researchers is part of NCI's Cancer Moonshot, an initiative aimed at achieving a decade's worth of progress against the disease in just five years. MeTree collects personal history on diet, exercise, smoking and clinical data to calculate the Gail, BRCApro, and Framingham scores-in addition to personal and family health history on 20 cancers, 14 hereditary cancer as well as cardiovascular syndromes and 21 other conditions.


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