Americans divided on Trump's acquittal, but majority wanted Senate to call witnesses, poll finds

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Overall, 22% of Americans said Trump did nothing wrong, while 30% said his acts were "improper" but not impeachable.
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45th president of the United States
Conservationists say the species is still "functionally extinct" and said the move to delist them defies "science and common sense."
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President Trump and Joe Biden are facing off in Florida, where a record 7 million residents have already voted. Ed O’Keefe reports.
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In his first television interview since President Trump fired him last year, Dan Coats, the former Director of National Intelligence, said he's worried about..
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Americans

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As Election Day draws nearer, senior intelligence officials are warning that Americans may be most vulnerable to misinformation in the days after November 3...
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Most Americans think LGBTQ people are protected from discrimination. In reality, many federal protections aren't available to the LGBTQ community.
 
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Until now Americans born in the city could not declare Israel as their country of birth.
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Members of the Senate Commerce Committee grilled the CEOs of Facebook, Twitter and Google over how they moderate content on their platforms. Wednesday's hearing..
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Although the presidential race is at the top of everyone's mind, there are also several heated Senate races this year.
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Officials from the administrator of the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been grilled in a Senate hearing about the controversial independent assessment..
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The administrator of the National Disability Insurance Scheme has been grilled in a Senate hearing about the controversial independent assessment reforms set to..
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