Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

Vindman: It was my duty to report 'improper' call

A key National Security Council witness testifying before the House impeachment hearings said he knew "without hesitation" that he had to report President Donald Trump's July 25th call with the president of Ukraine, which he called "improper."
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Police injured in New Jersey shootout

Police injured in New Jersey shootout

Police officers were shot Tuesday in the Jersey City standoff that left a neighborhood, including a school, on lockdown, authorities said.
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Officials want $100M for reef restoration

Officials want $100M for reef restoration

Federal officials have announced hopes to raise $100 million to fund projects to restore seven significant coral reef sites in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
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Pence talks jobs, Dems, USMCA at veterans event

Pence talks jobs, Dems, USMCA at veterans event

Vice President Pence is touting his administration's win following House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement that an agreement on the North American trade pact had been reached Tuesday. He spoke at a veterans event in Rochester, Pennsylvania.
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Pelosi announces agreement on USMCA trade pact

Pelosi announces agreement on USMCA trade pact

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi on Tuesday announced agreement on a modified North American trade pact, handing President Donald Trump a major win on the same day that Democrats announced their impeachment charges against him.
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Democrats unveil articles of impeachment

Democrats unveil articles of impeachment

House Democrats announced two articles of impeachment Tuesday against President Donald Trump, abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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Musical A-listers team up for Sting foundation

Musical A-listers team up for Sting foundation

Stars including Annie Lennox, Ricky Martin and Darryl McDaniels talk about saving the planet at the 30 year celebration of Sting's Rainforest Foundation in New York.
Sting: 'No more important thing' than saving the planet

Sting: 'No more important thing' than saving the planet

Before taking the stage to celebrate 30 years of his Rainforest Foundation, Sting says his foundation has won battles, but may be losing war to save the planet.
On This Day: 10 December 1962

On This Day: 10 December 1962

"Lawrence of Arabia" had a royal premiere in London, with David Lean, Peter O'Toole and Anthony Quayle in attendance.