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Former 'Bachelor' star sentenced, Don McGahn summoned before Congress: 5 things to know Tuesday

azcentral.com Tuesday, 21 May 2019
A former 'Bachelor' star is sentenced, Italian airport strike has led to hundreds of flight cancellations and more news to know Tuesday.
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News video: House Panel Holds Hearing Without Ex-White House Lawyer

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According to Reuters, The U.S. House of Representatives committee that would handle any impeachment of President Donald Trump briefly convened and then adjourned a hearing on Tuesday with another empty chair at the witness table, as former White House counsel Don McGahn did not show up to testify.

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