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Democrats may not be learning the right lessons on impeachment:

History can be a wise teacher, but it’s also crucial to take the right lessons. Confronted with a should-they-or-shouldn’t-they proposal on impeachment, Democrats worry that if they fail to learn history’s lessons, they are doomed to repeat them.

As they held a conference call to consider the Mueller report on Monday, party leaders in the House tried to resist falling into the same trap as Republicans who tried to oust President Bill Clinton and paid a heavy short-term political price.

LONG BEACH, CA - MARCH 17:  Cassius Stanley of the Sierra Canyon Trailblazers goes up for a layup against Krystian Wilson of the Etiwanda Eagles for the CIF State Regional Finals on March 17, 2018 in Long Beach, California.  (Photo by Cassy Athena/Getty Images)

4-Star SG Cassius Stanley Commits to Duke over Kansas, Oregon, UCLA:

Cassius Stanley, a 4-star shooting guard from Sierra Canyon School in California, committed to Duke on Monday, picking the Blue Devils over Kansas, Oregon and UCLA.

Stanley is considered the No. 3 prospect from the state of California, the No. 3 shooting guard prospect in the class of 2019 and the No. 29 player overall, according to 247Sports. At 6’5″ and 180 pounds, he already possesses excellent length for a 2-guard, which should serve him well in college.

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BBQ food truck faces backlash for ‘LGBTQ’ T-shirts:

A Kentucky food truck is selling a T-shirt that says “I support LGBTQ — liberty, guns, Bible, Trump, BBQ.”

Jamie Smith, owner of Belle’s Smokin’ BBQ, drew criticism after he posted a photo of the T-shirt on social media. LGBTQ commonly stands for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer or questioning.

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Skipping breakfast tied to higher risk of heart-related death, study finds:

Whether you eat breakfast might be linked with your risk of dying early from cardiovascular disease, according to a new study.

Skipping breakfast was significantly associated with an increased risk of cardiovascular-related death, especially stroke-related death, in the study published in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology on Monday.
In the following slides, we compare the amount of sugar found in some of America's top-selling beverages -- according to Beverage Industry magazine's <a href="" target="_blank">2013 State of the Industry Report</a> -- to the sugar found in common sugary snacks.

Drinking water linked to fewer sugary drinks — and calories — in kids:

Children and teens who drink water are less likely to consume sugary beverages throughout the day, according to a new study.

Researchers analyzed data from 8,400 children and teens ages 2 to 19 collected between 2011 and 2016 as part of the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which is administered yearly by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Parents and kids were asked to recall what the children had consumed in the previous 24 hours, and the calories were added up.
One out of every 5 kids and young adults reported that they did not drink water in the day prior to the survey. Not drinking water was associated with consuming an extra 93 calories per day, on average, and 4.5% more calories from sweetened beverages such as sodas, sports drinks and juice, according to the study, published Monday in JAMA Pediatrics.

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