'Start Here': Impeachment hearings, Prince Andrew and Pete Buttigieg
It's Monday, Nov. 18, 2019. Here's what you need to know to start your day.
What matters this morning with George Stephanopoulos: 3 stories I'm following
ABC News' George Stephanopoulos shares the key stories he's following today and why they are important.
China lashes out at NY Times report on Xinjiang documents
China’s foreign ministry is lashing out at the New York Times over its release of leaked documents portraying the inner working of Beijing’s campaign to detain more than a million Muslims in reeducation camps
Samoa shuts schools, declares emergency as measles kills 6
Samoa banned children from public gatherings, mandated everyone get vaccinated.
China urges US to “stop flexing muscles” in South China Sea
Beijing wants the U.S. to halt “provocations” in the South China Sea.
6 arrested over US teacher found bound, murdered in Dominican Republic
Patricia Anton, an U.S. citizen who lived in the Dominican Republic for the last several years, was found strangled to death last Tuesday in her apartment in Cabarete.
Kim Jong Un supervises another N. Korean military drill
North Korea says leader has vowed to build an “invincible army."
No 'answers' after university freshman found dead in gorge after frat party
A Cornell University student has died after attending an off-campus frat party. Now, his parents are demanding answers.
University suspends fraternity's activities after alleged racist incidents
A fraternity’s social activities at Syracuse University are suspended for the rest of the semester after alleged racist incidents.
Hong Kong protests intensify as police dispute storming university amid explosions
Protests in Hong Kong have intensified with live bullets and explosions as police seek to end the standoff at Polytechnic University.