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Cohen testifies at fourth day of hearings

by Harvest Prude
Posted 3/06/19, 11:41 am

WASHINGTON—Michael Cohen, President Donald Trump’s former personal lawyer, returned to Capitol Hill on Wednesday for a fourth day of hearings as Democrats investigate the president’s businesses, campaign, and administration. Cohen was originally set to report to prison Wednesday, but the date was pushed back so he could testify at Wednesday’s closed-door House Intelligence Committee hearing and recover from shoulder surgery.

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North Korea is at it again

International | South Korean sources say Kim’s regime is rebuilding a missile launch site
by Mindy Belz
Posted 3/06/19, 11:23 am

NORTH KOREA is rebuilding a missile launch site it promised to dismantle, according to South Korea’s Yonhap News Agency. Workers were seen replacing a door and a roof at Tongchang-ri, a site leader Kim Jong Un pledged to destroy in his summit with President Donald Trump last summer. Satellite images show the structures were rebuilt between February 16 and March 2—perhaps before or after U.S.

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Dueling UN resolutions on Venezuela fail

by Onize Ohikere
Posted 3/01/19, 12:02 pm

The UN Security Council on Thursday rejected rival resolutions from the United States and Russia that backed the opposing sides in Venezuela’s ongoing political unrest. The United States called for free elections in the country and formally recognized National Assembly Leader Juan Guaidó as interim president after he invoked a clause in the Venezuelan Constitution in January. Russia threw its support behind embattled President Nicolás Maduro and rejected any interference in the country. Russia and China vetoed the U.S.

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