The Taal volcano in the Philippines could violently erupt ‘in the coming hours or days’ prompting evacuation orders for nearly 500k people
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Trump breaks his own Twitter record with 132 tweets or retweets as of 4:45 p.m., the most of any single day of his presidency, as he defended himself and lashed out at the House managers.
Q: "Will you show up at your trial?" Trump: "I'd love to go." Q: "So why don't you go?" Trump: "I don't know, I'd... sit right in the front row and stare at their corrupt faces." Q: "So why not?" Trump: "Don't keep talking because you may convince me to do it."
A new strain of coronavirus is spreading across China during the country's busiest annual tourist season. The city of #Wuhan is shutting down almost all travel due to the outbreak, according to state media.
China's Wuhan, the city believed to be the source of the coronavirus outbreak, is closing its transportation networks and advising citizens not to leave the city, state media reported
WATCH: "If we don't stand up to this peril today, we will write the history of our decline with our own hand." — Rep. Adam Schiff makes the case against President Trump's conduct while in office #ImpeachmentPBS #TrumpImpeachmentTrial
The process of approving Brexit in the British Parliament is all but over. The House of Lords on Wednesday gave final approval to a bill to withdraw from the EU next week. The European Parliament will now hold a vote on the plan, which is expected to pass.
Senator Lindsey Graham said that Democrats are 'on a crusade to destroy this man and they don't care what they destroy in the process of trying to destroy Donald Trump'
U.S. drinking water is widely contaminated with toxic "forever chemicals" called PFAS, says a report from @ewg . The chemicals were found in 43 samples of 44 sites across the U.S. Some of the highest levels were found in areas like Miami, Philadelphia and New Orleans.