Giuliani returns to Ukraine, signals apparent disregard for inquiry

Current and former officials in Washington expressed astonishment at how President Trump’s private attorney — apparently on his behalf — seemed to be mocking investigators, if not the very idea that either he or his client should answer any articles of impeachment.
A swing sits in the backyard of Salvador Castillo and Yvette Arroyo’s home next to the Rio Grande levee in Brownsville, Tex.
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Yvette Arroyo watches her children play in her backyard.
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The levee along the Rio Grande, where the Trump administration wants to build a section of border wall, as seen from a residential property in Brownsville, Tex.
The levee along the Rio Grande, where the Trump administration wants to build a section of border wall, as seen from a residential property in Brownsville, Tex.
Elvia Carrasco and her dog, Guardian, next to her backyard garden in Brownsville, Tex.
Elvia Carrasco and her dog, Guardian, next to her backyard garden in Brownsville, Tex.

Texans vow to fight Trump’s efforts to take their property for border wall

As the government pushes to accelerate construction of what Trump has promised will be a total of 500 miles of new barrier by the end of 2020, it means more than cutting through desolate desert, ranch lands, shrubby wildlife preserves or old vacant lots. It also means seizing land from working families.

Gunman in fatal Fla. air base shooting was Saudi military student training in U.S., officials say

The FBI is trying to determine whether terrorism was a motive in the shooting, which left three victims dead and eight injured.

Congress, White House near deal on Space Force and paid parental leave for federal workers

The sweeping agreement would afford 12 weeks of paid parental leave in exchange for establishing a sixth branch of the military, according to people with knowledge of the tentative deal.

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