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A man who was caught kissing a woman while attending a soccer game in Ecuador is now in hot water.
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Police find missing 13-year-old girl who 'willingly' got into someone's car and never made it to school
Authorities in Alabama say they have found a 13-year-old girl, who disappeared on her way to school. Amberly Nicole Flores left her home in Pelham, Alabama, on Tuesday morning to walk to the school bus stop. On Thursday afternoon, Pelham police said they had found Amberly safe at a home in Huntsville, in northern Alabama, about two hours north of Pelham.
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The 'increasing expectation' in the Senate is reportedly that vote to call new impeachment witnesses will fail
President Trump's impeachment trial may not last much longer.As Democrats' opening impeachment argument continues into its final day Friday, The New York Times reports the "increasing expectation in the Senate" is that a vote next week to call new witnesses like Democrats have advocated for will "fall short, moving the trial into its end game."Axios is out with a similar report, writing that although Democrats need to sway four Republicans to vote for calling new witnesses assuming every Democrat votes in favor, "the prevailing view emerging among Republican Senate aides was that Democrats ... will struggle to get more than three." The Senate previously delayed a decision on whether to call witnesses until after the opening arguments, The Washington Post reports.Breaking the votes down further, Axios notes that Sen. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), who Democrats hoped to convince, is a no, and aides expect Sens. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) will be as well. Republican aides reportedly also believe that House Judiciary Chair Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) controversially suggesting that Republicans were complicit in a "cover up" and engaging in "treacherous" behavior may have backfired.Another senator who Democrats have been targeting is Sen. Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.), but after he said Friday that the House managers "presented us with a mountain of overwhelming evidence," the Post noted this "could indicate that he is not inclined to hear more." Should no witnesses be called, Trump's impeachment trial could end next week, Axios notes.During their argument Friday, Democrats argued Trump "tried to cheat, he got caught, and then worked hard to cover it up." These final hours of arguments are key, as Axios notes if Democrats hope to sway Republican senators in the vote on witnesses, this is their "last chance."More stories from theweek.com Donald Trump and the moral decline of the pro-life movement Mike Pompeo says he's 'defended every State Department official.' He couldn't give an example of defending Yovanovitch. Trump is reportedly threatening Republicans to keep them in line on impeachment
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