The House speaker made the announcement Thursday morning at the Capitol, following the first hearing on Wednesday by the panel that would draft those articles.
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The long economic recovery has brought unemployment to historic lows. But the number of men in the labor force during their prime working age has dropped significantly over the past 50 years.
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"It's a rare day where you don't get hurt." "I just never felt fully comfortable." Those are just a few of the things educators told NPR about their use of restraint and seclusion in classrooms.
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Rochester's fight with downtown crows and their poop intensifies each winter. Chasing them away falls to a dedicated band of city workers armed with lasers, starter pistols and crow distress calls.
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An American Muslim organization severed ties with its founder over allegations of abuse. It reignited a conversation among American Muslims about how to hold faith leaders accountable.
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Restaurants without diners are popping up all over the place. "Ghost kitchens" and menus that exist solely in smartphone apps like DoorDash and Uber Eats seek to feed diners' appetite for delivery.
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The Democratic Party faces the prospect of a debate in two weeks with only white candidates on stage. Earlier, they had the most diverse presidential candidate field in history.
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During a House impeachment hearing President Trump rebuked, White House officials huddled with Senate Republicans on Capitol Hill to plot a potential trial in the upper chamber.
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Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders are big champions of taxing the very rich on their wealth, not just income. The public is behind it, but there are big challenges to implementing the plan.
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Weary of losing neighbors and patients to gunfire, St. Louis trauma surgeon Laurie Punch has a message: Gun violence is contagious, but so is healing. Doctors who teach can be part of the solution.
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The U.S. Navy says the gunman was assigned to a nuclear-powered attack submarine currently in port. No motive has been identified.
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Many women get their hair dyed or straightened regularly with products that contain thousands of chemicals. Researchers are teasing out whether our hair habits could be raising our breast cancer risk.
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Every time the electric eel named Miguel Wattson releases a jolt of electricity, a festively decorated Christmas tree next to his tank at the Tennessee Aquarium flickers and glows.
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The Facebook-owned social media giant will use the information to ensure a safer platform for younger users and more accurately targeted ads across the board.
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Zimmerman and his lawyer, Larry Klayman, allege that a key witness for the prosecution was an impostor. Martin's family calls it an "unfounded and reckless lawsuit."
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