- Politics Associated Press
Senate Republicans got a civics lesson on their roles in an impeachment trial. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell led the lesson Wednesday as the chamber's top Republican and one of a handful of Republicans remaining in the Senate from the 1999 impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton.
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Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, earlier this week defied lawmakers' subpoena for documents related to their impeachment inquiry and said, “If they enforce it, then we will see what happens. What could happen to Giuliani is a fine of $100,000 and a year in jail. That's if the former New York mayor (and others who ignore subpoenas) were convicted of contempt of Congress, a rare move that involves referring a citation to the executive branch.
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TV host and author of the new book 'The Way I Heard It' Mike Rowe crunches the numbers on Democrats' economic agenda.
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A man accused of slaying three people across two states allegedly told a victim who survived he wanted to be a serial killer. "I like killing people," Stanley Mossburg alleged told the victim, according to authorities. Mossburg, 35, was arrested Tuesday and charged with killing two people in Winter Haven, Florida, and one person in Greeneville, Tennessee.