White House infighting flares amid Democrats’ probe

Two of President Trump’s top advisers are battling over strategy, contributing to the administration’s increasingly tenuous response to the inquiry.

Mulvaney says he will no longer seek judge’s ruling on inquiry testimony, will follow Trump’s order not to cooperate

President Trump has issued a broad directive barring aides from participating in the probe, though some current and former aides have chosen to comply.

Activists fear wall of inaction as redistricting battle shifts to states

Attempts to abolish partisan gerrymanders will probably be a lot harder in parts of the country where conservative-leaning state courts are less receptive to such challenges.
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How climate change is triggering a chain reaction that threatens the heart of the Pacific

The fast-warming Sea of Okhotsk, wedged between Russia and Japan, is a cautionary tale of the far-reaching consequences when climate dominoes begin to fall.

The Disney+ launch ratchets up talk of streaming competition. But the same creators work for all of the services.

The skirmish is so fierce and the talent — such as director Steven Soderbergh, right — so scarce that competitors end up hiring the same people.

The impeachment inquiry is finally going public

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The former secretary of state rebuffed Haley’s claims in a new book and says he remains proud of his time in the Trump administration.
Soldiers in an Army intelligence unit inspected the terms of an app their commander ordered them to download. What they found could be compromising, soldiers said.
The army said it carried out the operation in response to attacks directed by Baha Abu Al Ata, the commander of the militant faction.
After Stephen K. Bannon’s testimony, Rick Gates is expected to fill in gaps on contacts over WikiLeaks’ email release.
Last month, the former president was hospitalized for a minor pelvic fracture after falling at home.
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