White House Orders 2 Former Aides to Defy House Subpoenas

The White House has instructed two former aides to President Donald Trump not to appear at a House Judiciary Committee hearing Tuesday, saying Rick Dearborn and Rob Porter are “absolutely immune” from testifying at what the panel is calling its first impeachment hearing.

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Bernie Sanders Takes Slashing Campaign to South Carolina

Backed by workers seeking a $15 an hour minimum wage, Sen. Bernie Sanders on Sunday took on political corruption, forgiveness of student debt, increased teacher pay, inaction on climate change and America’s vast income inequality in an address at the College of Charleston in South Carolina.

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Rise in Health Uninsured Linked to Immigrants’ Fears

When the Census Bureau reported an increase in the number of people without health insurance in America, it sent political partisans reaching for talking points on the Obama-era health law and its travails. But new numbers suggest that fears of the Trump administration’s immigration crackdown may be a more significant factor.

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Biden Speaks of Grief at Anniversary of Birmingham Church Bombing

While addressing churchgoers attending a service commemorating the 56th anniversary of the Sixteenth Street Baptist Church bombing on Sunday, presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden described the grief felt decades ago by the church as a defining moment in the history of the nation, and how the nation faces a similar moment today.

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Democrats Go Head to Head in Texas Debate

The much anticipated three-way showdown between Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders dominated the start of the third Democratic debate Thursday night, putting the clear ideological split among the front-runners on full display with the top polling candidates on stage for the first time of the primary season.

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