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Senate postpones subpoena of Hunter Biden over Bursima scandal

In a surprise about-face Republican Senator Ron Johnson, Chairman of the Homeland Security and Government Affairs Committee, canceled a vote to subpoena Hunter Biden on his dealings with Burisma Holdings, the Ukrainian gas company at the center of his father’s campaign controversy that sparked President Trump’s impeachment proceedings. Joining us to shed some light, investigative journalist "Fault Lines" co-host Lee Stranahan sits down with RT America’s Manila Chan. Stocks are rebounding after falling ten percent on Thursday. New York City is officially under a state of emergency and public gatherings are cancelled. Meanwhile, President Trump is expected to announce a national state of emergency. RT America’s Trinity Chavez gives us the latest. Oil prices are continuing to go down to historical lows, despite a move by the feds to calm energy markets amid the growing panic sparked by the Coronavirus and oil price war. So while many thought that the worst of the oil price shock is behind us, it seems to have just began especially for a few countries. RT America’s Sayeh Tavangar explains. The US military carried out more airstrikes overnight on multiple Iranian-backed militia sites in Iraq after a deadly attack that killed two US service members and a British soldier this week. RT America’s John Huddy has the details.

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