How Difficult Would It Be to Impeach President Trump?

Among his critics, talk of impeachment began long before President Donald Trump even took office. In September, a law professor argued that lawsuits against Trump University had already laid the groundwork for an impeachment case. A history professor who has accurately predicted every presidential election since 1984 has said Trump’s impeachment is imminent.

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‘Just Kill Me’: Video Shows Bloodied United Passenger After Incident

A new video of the passenger who was forcibly removed from his seat and dragged through the aisle of an overbooked United Airlines aircraft shows the man repeatedly saying “just kill me” as blood drips from his mouth.

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Philly Eagles Owner: It’s Time for Washington to Act Like an NFL Team

What do football, political polarization and autism have in common? They all illuminate aspects of the human condition, explaining who we are, where we are headed and the hurdles along the way.

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GOP Health Care Bill Unlikely to Quell National Debate

America’s passionate debate about the government’s role in providing health care for citizens and paying the costs is unlikely to be settled

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Professor Who Predicted Trump’s Election Makes the Case for His Impeachment

The professor who correctly predicted every presidential election since 1984 is now writing a book prediction President Trump’s impeachment

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Ben Stiller: ‘Nobody Wants to Be a Refugee’

How do we help those in need in a way that makes a difference and doesn’t compromise our safety here and abroad?

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A Rogue National Park Is Tweeting Out Climate Change Facts

Badlands National Park tweeted a few facts about climate change Tuesday, sharing statistics that might contradict President Trump’s beliefs

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The Senate Just Took Its First Step Toward Repealing Obamacare

(WASHINGTON) – The Senate early Thursday passed a measure to take the first step forward on dismantling President Barack Obama’s health care law, responding to pressure to move quickly even as Republicans and President-elect Trump grapple with what to replace it with.

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What Is an Emolument? Donald Trump Has People Talking About This Part of the Constitution

As President-elect Donald Trump moves toward the Oval Office, his business empire has become the subject of much curiosity over potential conflicts of interest. Now legal experts are debating whether Trump’s business dealings with entities controlled by foreign governments may violate the Emoluments Clause of the U.S. Constitution.

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Nonprofit Run by Donald Trump’s Sons Offers Inauguration Access for $1 Million

A new Texas nonprofit led by Donald Trump’s grown sons is offering access to the freshly-minted president during inauguration weekend – all in exchange for million-dollar donations to unnamed “conservation” charities, according to interviews and documents reviewed by the Center for Public Integrity. And the donors’ identities may never be known.

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