Chief justice’s rebuke at impeachment trial highlights rising tensions

Senators on both sides of the aisle said that it was appropriate for the chief justice to deliver the admonishment, but a number of Republican senators are bristling over the cutting commentary from House Judiciary Chairman Jerry Nadler.

Chief justice’s rebuke at impeachment trial highlights rising tensions



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A ‘headache’ could mean brain trauma, President Trump | CNN Opinion

President Donald J. Trump suggesting that these injuries were simple ‘headaches’ indicates he does not know or understand the seriousness of these silent wounds of war,” writes retired Lt. Gen. Mark Hertling for CNN Opinion

A ‘headache’ could mean brain trauma, President Trump | CNN Opinion



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“My first simple reaction is you can’t have a trial without witnesses and without evidence, and zero witnesses plus zero documents equals zero justice,” Sen. Amy Klobuchar says of the opening days of the Senate impeachment trial. https://cnn.it/37hX0Xm




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"As I listen to the testimony, I sit there wondering what the Republicans are hearing," says Senator Mazie K. Hirono on the Senate impeachment trial.

"I don't see how you can listen to this chronology of events and what the President did and not think that this is more than inappropriate. These are impeachable actions by the President." https://cnn.it/2sT3Nru




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Joe Biden says he won’t testify in impeachment trial in exchange for Republican witnesses

“The reason why I would not make the deal, the bottom line is, I, this is a constitutional issue. And we’re not going to turn it into a farce, into some kind of political theater,” Biden said at an Iowa event

Joe Biden says he won’t testify in impeachment trial in exchange for Republican witnesses



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This social network wants you to interact IRL, but may spark a new privacy concern

This seemingly idealistic social network could raise a new set of concerns about our privacy in public places, as it uses facial recognition to identify and add friends near you — and perhaps strangers, too

This social network wants you to interact IRL, but may spark a new privacy concern



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