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Hope Hicks Testifies On President Trump's Potential Obstruction Of Justice

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| The former Trump aide's appearance before the Judiciary Committee is the first time an official from the White House agreed to show up. But Democrats say she is not answering their questions.

The VA Is Using Video Games To Help Disabled Vets Recover And Reconnect


Some VA medical centers have realized that helping vets get back in the game can also help with their recovery.

Nearly 71 Million People Forcibly Displaced Worldwide In 2018, U.N. Report Says


The record number headlined the U.N. High Commissioner for Refugees' annual "Global Trends" report published Wednesday, just a day before World Refugee Day.

Canada's Trudeau Approves Controversial Pipeline Expansion


Prime Minister Justin Trudeau first approved the project, which is opposed by many environmental groups, in 2016, but Tuesday's announcement means construction can begin later this year.

U.S. Resident Imprisoned In Iran On Spying Charges Returns To America


Nazir Zakka, a Lebanese citizen, was recently released from Iran's notorious Evin prison, where he served nearly four years.

Chinese President Xi Jinping To Visit North Korea This Week


The leaders are scheduled to meet on Thursday, according to Chinese and North Korean news agencies. The visit comes after stalled negotiations with President Trump.

6 People Shot, 1 Fatally, At Graduation Party In Philadelphia


Four of the people injured were teenagers. "It's just another case of wanton and senseless violence that we can't get our brains around," the city's police commissioner said.

Emails Connect Census Official With GOP Strategist On Citizenship Question


A Census Bureau official privately discussed the citizenship question issue with Thomas Hofeller, who plaintiffs in census lawsuits argue drove the Trump administration's push for the question.

A Woman Will Lead Naval War College For First Time In School's 135-Year History


Selecting Rear Adm. Shoshana Chatfield, a helicopter pilot who now heads a military command in Guam, as the college's next leader was a "historic choice," according to Navy Secretary Richard Spencer.