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A Democrat-run committee is expected to back charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
13.12.2019 12:13
When operational, the 988 number will replace a 12-digit hotline, making it easier to get help.
13.12.2019 12:13
Asia stocks rose after the two sides reportedly reached a deal days before new tariffs were due to start.
13.12.2019 05:11
Andrew Scheer is stepping down two months after his party's disappointing election loss.
12.12.2019 21:28
The new Democratic governor will return the vote to as many as 140,000 non-violent former felons.
13.12.2019 03:15
The FBI is taking over the investigation into a gun attack on a Jewish supermarket in Jersey City.
12.12.2019 19:08
The Chicago local government vehicle was de-icing the road when it lost control.
12.12.2019 18:24
The charges unveiled by Democrats suggest haste being put before justice, says legal expert Jonathan Turley.
10.12.2019 15:49
Democrat Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler announces the two articles of impeachment.
10.12.2019 15:04
Three BBC reporters break down the key points as the impeachment inquiry goes public.
14.11.2019 21:05
Experts are debating what the Constitution says about impeachment, in light of the inquiry into President Trump.
04.12.2019 17:49
The Texas-based company reportedly sold just 350 of its $699 commuter scooters.
09.12.2019 17:21
Colorado's National Eagle Repository is the only one of its kind in the world.
12.12.2019 21:35
Surveillance footage shows police in Chilliwack, British Columbia, apprehending the suspect.
12.12.2019 19:24
The new game on US university campuses is behind computer screens as esports gets major investment.
12.12.2019 00:02
Methane emissions from cattle contribute to climate change - but Will Harris says he has a solution.
10.12.2019 22:03
The dictionary said searches for the non-binary pronoun on its website increased by 313% this year.
10.12.2019 20:43
Karen and Barry Mason ran a successful gay porn business but tried to hide it from their children.
11.12.2019 00:26
Alex Bozarjian said her "power" was taken after a man hit her backside while reporting in Georgia.
10.12.2019 18:49
The US engineer helped to perfect the technology to read barcodes, which revolutionised retail.
10.12.2019 10:27
The end of the Apostrophe Society has sparked debate over the modern state of grammar.
09.12.2019 23:37
Stockton in California is providing poor residents with a universal basic income, but could it work nationally?
09.12.2019 23:16
Entrepreneur Mathias Mikkelsen was so desperate to get into a 'hacker house' he slept in a closet.
09.12.2019 00:07
The Democrat candidate and former vice-president has been travelling across Iowa to rally support.
09.12.2019 23:42
Attempts persist to make English the official language of the US. But what real power does it have?
03.12.2019 21:31
A college in Kentucky pays for all its pupils' tuition. There's just one catch - they have to work for it.
03.12.2019 14:00
More than half of US national parks are threatened by invasive animals, like pythons and feral pigs.
03.12.2019 13:11
Scott Purcell lived on the streets for 17 years until he turned his life around.
02.12.2019 23:19
A Minneapolis woman started messaging her brother's old phone but she didn't expect what happened next.
11.12.2019 23:31
Police confirm a Jewish supermarket was the target of a gun attack which left six people dead on Tuesday.
11.12.2019 12:40
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