- Politics AOL.com
Judy Sheindlin made her political opinions known for the first time, and her choice for 2020 may surprise you.
- U.S. ABC News
Genetic genealogy has led authorities to the man who allegedly raped and strangled to death a Wisconsin teenager decades ago. On the morning of Dec. 15, 1984, Traci Hammerberg, 18, was found battered and naked from the waist down, lying on a driveway, Johnson said. Cross, who was 21 at the time of the crime, was identified as a suspect this year after investigators turned to genetic genealogy, which uses an unknown suspect's DNA from a crime scene to trace his or her family tree based on relatives who voluntarily submitted their DNA to a public database.
- Politics The Atlantic
Ambassador William Taylor's testimony to House investigators on Tuesday didn't answer every question about the Ukraine scandal, but it answered the big one: Will President Donald Trump be impeached? Impeachment is now effectively inevitable. Taylor's testimony fleshed out the biggest open questions, including whether there was a quid pro quo with Ukraine (there was), what it involved (military aid), and what Trump wanted (investigations of the Biden family and the 2016 election.) Congress has now heard from career civil servants and from political appointees, all telling a similar story, and Taylor removed the last scintilla of doubt.
- Entertainment TheBlast
Hailey's taking action.
- Celebrity Cosmo
What actually happened behind closed doors?