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A top US diplomat was told Trump wanted aid withheld until Ukraine said it would investigate Biden Acting US Ambassador to Ukraine Bill Taylor plans to fill in the gaps of his text messages with US diplomats about Ukraine that have formed a key part of the impeachment investigation into President Donald Trump and Ukraine, according to a source familiar with his testimony.
Read: Top US diplomat to Ukraine's opening impeachment statement Top US diplomat in Ukraine Bill Taylor told lawmakers Tuesday that US Ambassador to the European Union Gordon Sondland told him that President Donald Trump had said he wanted Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky to publicly state he would investigate Bursima and the 2016 election in order to provide the Ukrainians with a meeting and security assistance, according to a copy of Taylor's opening statement obtained by CNN.
Anonymous Trump official who wrote New York Times op-ed has a book coming out The anonymous senior Trump administration official whose 2018 New York Times op-ed was called treasonous by President Donald Trump has written a new book about Trump titled "A Warning" that will be published next month, CNN has learned.
McConnell denies he told Trump his call with Ukraine was perfect Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said Tuesday that he never had -- or at least doesn't recall having -- a conversation with President Donald Trump in which he described Trump's call with Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky as perfect.
Here's list of possible names many are speculating to be author Many are speculating about the identity of the author of a New York Times op-ed critical of President Trump. CNN's Randi Kaye reports.
4 key developments from the impeachment inquiry today 
The next House impeachment witness is the most important so far Back to the text messages!
CNN panelist: I rarely agree with Trump but he has a point CNN's Jake Tapper discusses a new book about President Donald Trump titled "A Warning" by an anonymous senior Trump official.
McConnell introduces resolution opposing US withdrawal from Syria • Live updates: US no longer has a place in shaping the future of Syria • Analysis: Putin and Erdogan just did a deal. The US is the big loser. • Watch: Kurds throw rotten vegetables at US Troops
House GOP leader breaks with Trump on 'lynching' comment • Watch: Lindsey Graham's response when asked if African-Americans would be offended about Trump's 'lynching' remark
Lori Loughlin and others in admissions scam indicted on new bribery charge • Loughlin's daughters are no longer enrolled at USC, university says • Photo shows Felicity Huffman in prison gear as she serves time in college cheating case
Kirstjen Nielsen says she left DHS because 'saying no' wasn't enough Former Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on Tuesday said she left office because "saying no" and refusing to do things that others in the administration wanted was "not going to be enough."
Warren alarmed about overnight markets turmoil Elizabeth Warren fears Wall Street will use the recent mayhem in overnight lending markets to convince Washington to relax regulations aimed at preventing a repeat of the 2008 crisis.
Federal appeals court questions indefinite detention of migrants  A federal appeals panel appeared to take issue on Tuesday with a decision by the Trump administration that could subject immigrants to indefinite detention.
European Council President will recommend Brexit extension • Analysis: Why the Brexit bill is so controversial • Opinion: Brexit could be a boon to the US