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Pelosi instructed top Democrats to proceed with drawing up articles of impeachment against Trump, setting the stage for a full-chamber vote that could come in the days before Christmas.
China's trade talks with the U.S. remain on track, Beijing said, offering reassurance after tensions flared between the two countries over human-rights issues in China.
A top Pentagon official told senators that U.S. military officials are considering bolstering the U.S. force presence in the Mideast to counter threats from Iran.
Cities across France were paralyzed by a public transport strike against a planned overhaul of the country's pension system, in a new test for Macron.
ICE investigators opened about four times the number of workplace investigations in the year ended Sept. 30 compared with the close of the Obama administration.
More Americans are going without health coverage and the pace of spending on health care nationally is rising in part because of an ACA tax on insurers, Trump administration officials said.
The FCC has decided to allow the rollout of new 5G wireless networks without making changes to federal safety limits for cellphone-radiation exposure.
California temporarily banned insurers from refusing to renew home-insurance policies in certain wildfire-prone areas.
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