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IMPEACHMENT TRIAL

Democrats planning ahead for Senate impeachment trial

House Democrats are preparing for a historic vote to formally impeach President Trump on Wednesday. The House Judiciary Committee released a 658-page report on the impeachment, laying out the case from both Democrats and Republicans. Nancy Cordes reports.
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WHITE POWER

Investigations underway into cadets' possible use of white power sign on live TV

Two investigations are underway over whether cadets and midshipmen flashed a white power sign on live TV. They were seen making the sign behind a reporter before Saturday's Army-Navy game. David Martin reports.
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KENNEDY CENTER HONORS

Kennedy Center Honors 2019

This year's honorees are: Actress Sally Field, singer Linda Ronstadt, disco-funk band Earth Wind and Fire, conductor Michael Tilson Thomas and long-running children's TV show "Sesame Street."
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BATTLE OF THE BULGE

The Battle of the Bulge: A look at the 75th anniversary

The Battle of the Bulge took place during the second World War from 16 December 1944 until 25 January 1945.
 
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HARVEY WEINSTEIN
Harvey Weinstein complains his legacy "got eviscerated" due to rape allegations
Ahead of his criminal trial on sexual assault and rape charges, Harvey Weinstein says he doesn’t get enough credit for promoting female filmmakers. In an exclusive interview with the New York Post, the disgraced former mogul also complains that his legacy in the movie business “got eviscerated..
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EAGLES
NFL football: Eagles defeat Redskins
The Eagles' season was saved by a rookie running back who wouldn't be denied, and a practice-squad wide receiver who saved his best work for the final drive.
 
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OAKLAND / RAIDERS
"Black Sunday": Raiders fans mark team's last game in Oakland
The Raiders lost the game but the fans and city were losing their beloved team, which is moving to Las Vegas next season.
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STUDENTS
Washington state inspires federal bill to make it easier to help homeless students and their families
Inspired by early experiments in this state on how to keep homeless students in stable housing and schools, U.S. Sen. Patty Murray, D-Wash., has introduced a bill to incentivize such partnerships across the country.
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