Ukraine call points to a president convinced of his own invincibility

The push by President Trump and his personal attorney, Rudolph W. Giuliani, to influence the newly elected Ukrainian leader reveals a president apparently eager to wield the power of the United States to taint a political foe, confident that no one could hold him back.

In historic move, Arab lawmakers in Israel throw support behind Netanyahu rival

An alliance of mostly Arab lawmakers recommended a candidate for the first time in almost three decades, telling President Reuven Rivlin it would support former army chief of staff Benny Gantz.
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She lived on a historically black D.C. block for 40 years. Now she’s being pushed out.

Sanathera Price is among thousands of people being displaced in the nation’s capital by warp-speed gentrification. Outside her window, millennials speed down the sidewalk on scooters as construction workers transform surrounding properties.

Antonio Brown says he’s done with NFL, blasts Robert Kraft and Ben Roethlisberger

The wide receiver was released by the Patriots on Friday amid an investigation into rape and sexual assault accusations.
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Nearly 40 percent of House Republicans have left or lost since President Trump’s inauguration, and some in the GOP say in private that he is the reason.
Police are racing to piece together what happened and have identified two venues that use orange wristbands but declined to name them — saying only that they held “concerts or parties.”
The new tactic revealed a simmering anger toward a small group of tycoons and cronies who have accumulated enormous wealth and political clout, often through cozy relationships with the mainland.
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Diners on the Amtrak Crescent train on Sept. 9. (Harrison Keely)
The rail operator will switch to prepackaged meals and ease restrictions on serving times. Amtrak says the change is driven by the desire to save money and lure younger riders.
The World Health Organization pleaded for cooperation from the Tanzanian government and expressed particular concern about a doctor who died after falling sick with Ebola-like symptoms.
Cleveland's rookie punter — who grew up in Scotland before he relocated to Maryland with his military family — has become an early-season success story.
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Politicians weigh in after Trump urges Ukrainian investigation
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