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House Democrats released transcripts from impeachment depositions of Catherine Croft and Christopher Anderson, who were advisors to former Ukraine envoy Kurt Volker. It details their concerns about the White House's decision to hold back military funding for the former Soviet state. Croft told lawmakers that she was worried President Trump would change his policy on Ukraine if Joe Biden turned out to be a credible Democratic presidential contender. In the meantime, Anderson explained how Trump's personal lawyer Rudy Giuliani worked to shape U.S. policy towards Ukraine based on Trump's political agenda.        A teen survivor of the Mexico drug cartel massacre says he thought he would also be killed. Devin Langford cried today during an interview with Good Morning America as he recalled the horrific shooting that left nine family members dead. The 13-year-old boy said he was in a car with his mother and two siblings when gunmen opened fire. When the shooting stopped, Devin said he was told to get out of the car and the shooters drove off. The teen, who was unharmed, then walked 13 miles to get help to save his wounded family members.        After nearly 30 years, New York Republican Congressman Peter King is announcing he's not going to seek re-election. He says he wants to spend more time with his family and grandchildren, who recently moved to North Carolina. Congressman King called his time in Washington D.C. an extraordinary experience. New York Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer tweeted that King fiercely loved America, Long Island and his Irish heritage.        The Dow Jones Industrial is marking its ninth record close of 2019 thanks to Boeing. Stocks were mixed at the close on Wall Street amid lingering China trade worries. The Dow turned positive, erasing a 160 point deficit on reports Boeing will resume deliveries of its troubled 737 Max passenger jet next month. The Dow gained ten points to finish the session at 27-691. The S&P 500 lost six points to close at 30-87. The Nas-daq fell eleven points to end at 84-64.       The hashtag "Boycott Uber" is lighting up Twitter after the CEO compared the murder of a Washington Post journalist to "a mistake." Dara Khosrowshahi [[ KAHS-row-SHAH-hee ]] made the comments in an interview that aired this weekend and now he's apologizing. He tweeted there's no forgiving what happened to the journalist who was killed by the Saudi government, which is Uber's biggest investor.        Military members are being honored with a wreath laying ceremony at The Intrepid Sea, Air and Space Museum in Manhattan. Veterans Affairs Commissioner James Herndon discussed the importance of honoring those who've served. Over a dozen veterans who served aboard the USS Intrepid were present, and a wreath laying ceremony was held along the Hudson River.