Amid GOP grilling, Ukraine expert refuses to identify official he spoke to

Republicans used the exchange to raise questions about whether the National Security Council official was the source for information that ended up in the complaint filed by a whistleblower that kicked off the impeachment inquiry.
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He is a top White House expert on Ukraine, a National Security Council staffer and a decorated war veteran.
She is a Russia adviser for Vice President Pence.
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New polling suggests that the shifts so far have been modest.
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Americans have questions about Medicare-for-all. Canadians have answers.

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Fact-checking ‘The Crown’: A royal documentary despised — and buried — by the Queen

Like so much else about the Queen, it's not clear why she regretted the 1969 film. But it's never aired in its entirety again.
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