After two weeks of closed-door testimony, a clearer portrait of Trump’s role emerges

Despite weeks of denials from President Trump and his defenders, a growing body of evidence details how Trump repeatedly pushed both the U.S. and Ukrainian governments to intervene in domestic political concerns.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, standing left, addresses President Trump and other leaders in the Cabinet Room of the White House. (White House)
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, standing left, addresses President Trump and other leaders in the Cabinet Room of the White House. (White House)

A staggering accusation and the moment Pelosi and Trump’s relationship shattered

Do "all roads lead to Putin?" House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she asked that question before she left a White House meeting with President Trump earlier this week. And with that, their relationship, once marked by elements of mutual esteem, finally turned into absolute mutual disdain.

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George Kent, a deputy assistant secretary of state, said a staffer for Joe Biden turned him away because the vice president with coping with his other son's battle with cancer.

The tale of a princess and her chance meeting with Giuliani at a Trump hotel lobby

The story of Princess Hend Al Qassemi is a vivid illustration of how the hotel in Washington is perceived by some abroad as a portal to American power — and of how, in some cases, it can be exactly that.
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Boeing officials failed to turn over the messages to federal officials until this week.
Hours before a Turkish military operation, men sit in a tea shop in Qamishli.
Hours before a Turkish military operation, men sit in a tea shop in Qamishli.
Civilians leave Ras al-Ayn ahead of an imminent attack by the Turkish military.
Civilians leave Ras al-Ayn ahead of an imminent attack by the Turkish military.
Shiar Becker Awni and his family fled to an improvised shelter for displaced civilians in Hasaka.
Shiar Becker Awni and his family fled to an improvised shelter for displaced civilians in Hasaka.
Fadi Sabri, a Syriac Christian, was injured when artillery landed outside his house.
Fadi Sabri, a Syriac Christian, was injured when artillery landed outside his house.
All of this Christian woman's adult children have left for Europe.
All of this Christian woman's adult children have left for Europe.

A photographer captures the moments before and after Turkey’s attack. Here is what she saw.

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West Virginia’s opioid crisis has left thousands of children in foster care

Nearly 6,900 children are in state care, double the number from a decade ago. Officials estimate that more than 80 percent have been affected by the drug epidemic.

White House says Trump resort will host G-7 at cost, but doesn’t say how much that will be

For the president, the potential benefits of awarding himself the summit include international media exposure — putting Trump Doral on televisions around the world.

Trump awards a massive government contract — to himself

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