What Mattered Today: December 4, 2019

Kicking off the next step in the impeachment inquiry, three constitutional scholars invited by Democrats testified before the House Judiciary Committee that President Trump's actions constituted impeachable offenses, while a scholar invited by Republicans disagreed. Plus, the USDA estimates the Trump administration's new SNAP rules could cut 688,000 people from food stamps, and Trump cancelled a NATO news conference after video footage appeared to show world leaders discussing him. Read up on these and more of today’s top headlines.

    What Mattered Today: December 4, 2019

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