Daily Edition Top 10 (Week Of February 25, 2019)

Inside Flipboard By Heather Chin March 1, 2019

Michael Cohen testifies before a House Committee on Oversight and Reform. (REUTERS/Carlos Barria) President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un met for the second time in less than a year, this time in Hanoi, Vietnam. The stated goal was to take steps towards denuclearization and a possible permanent peace on the divided Korean peninsula. However, summit talks abruptly ended midway over terms of U.S. sanctions on North Korea, and both countries blamed the other for the lack of progress. Diplomatic relations continue between the nations and South Korea has stated they will mediate. Back in the U.S., much of the country was gripped by the multi-day testimony by former Trump lawyer Michael Cohen to Congress about alleged criminality and other wrongdoing by the president both before and after his election. The Democrat-led House of Representatives voted on major legislation: passing a resolution to nullify Trump’s national emergency declaration and then voting in favor…

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