Pentagon official testifies Trump directed freeze on aid to Ukraine

Asked if the president was authorized to order that type of hold, Laura Cooper said there were concerns that he wasn’t.
Judge tosses Trump suit over New York tax returns, rejects conspiracy claim

Judge Carl Nichols of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia ruled that his court was not the proper jurisdiction to hear the case.
Arctic blast brings snow, ice and bone-chilling temps across U.S.

At least four people in the Midwest have been killed in crashes in which officials say weather was a factor.
Bolivia's Evo Morales pleads for peace, but his resignation leaves severe political conflict

“After all we’ve been through, there’s a feeling of powerlessness,” says a college student and Morales supporter who's worried over what comes next.
CPS took their kids. Now, the agency says it found no evidence of abuse.

Melissa and Dillon Bright were temporarily separated from their two young children after doctors raised concerns of abuse.


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