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Dozens displaced by deadly Wisconsin tornado — AFTERMATH PHOTOS

Dozens displaced by deadly Wisconsin tornado — AFTERMATH PHOTOS

More than 25 people were injured, the state said, without giving their conditions. Injuries ranged from minor scrapes to people who needed to be carried out on a stretcher. One person died at the mobile home park, the Wisconsin Emergency Operations Center said in a statement late Tuesday. The tornado swept into the mobile home p.



Russia Responds to Trump Impeachment Question in the Most Russian Way Possible

USA stocks rallied back on Thursday after seeing their biggest drop in eight months the previous day on worries that the political turmoil could sideline Trump initiatives such as tax cuts that investors see as favouring economic growth. He gave no examples. Mueller's broad mandate gives him not only oversight of the Russian Federation probe, but also over "any matters that arose or may arise directly from the investigation".


GOP leaders see more smoke than fire in Comey's dismissal

GOP leaders see more smoke than fire in Comey's dismissal

Trump told NBC he had planned to fire Comey all along, regardless of whether top Justice Department officials recommended the stunning step. Comey is only the second director to be fired in the 82-year history of the Federal Bureau of Investigation, and some journalists found it remarkable that there seemed to be such confusion at the White House among key aides.



Bay Area lawmaker calls on President Trump to resign or face impeachment

WASHINGTON , D.C. The U.S. Senate votes in its trial against impeached U.S. President Bill Clinton on February 12,1999. Instead, a supermajority of two-thirds is required, a rule implemented to ensure that impeachments would likely require members of both political parties to be in agreement.



Democrats plan to poll test whether to push for Trump's impeachment

Comey's associates", The New York Times said. The Mueller appointment will, at least temporarily, relieve some of the pressure on congressional Republicans who've publicly complained that the constant drama and serial controversies at the White House were hindering their ability to work on their policy agenda.