McConnell’s vow of ‘total coordination’ with White House on Senate trial angers Democrats

“I think it was pretty bad for who is essentially the foreman of the jury to announce the verdict,” said Rep. Karen Bass (D-Calif.).
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Republicans are still united, while some Democrats who aren't on this committee are wavering.
The Take

Boris Johnson’s win shakes up Britain and may hit the U.S.

The shock waves from the victory for British Prime Minister Boris Johnson and Conservatives are being felt far beyond the United Kingdom. Though the analogies are imperfect, what happened there has implications elsewhere.

Johnson campaigned against the E.U. Now Europe’s leaders are delighted by his victory.

Leaders gathered in Brussels embraced Boris Johnson’s sweeping mandate to get Brexit done.

5 big takeaways from Trump’s ‘phase one’ China trade deal

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Facing catastrophic climate change, they still can’t quit Big Oil

Oil drilling has brought great prosperity to Alaska, and a new boom is on the horizon. But in a nation that is questioning the dependence on fossil fuels that drive global warming, this village is caught between a comfortable present and a frightening future.
The Afghanistan Papers A Secret History of the War | Part 5
A Secret History of the War | Part 5

Afghan security forces, despite years of training, were dogged by incompetence, corruption

In documents The Post obtained, U.S., NATO and Afghan officials depicted Afghan security forces as incompetent, unmotivated, poorly trained, corrupt and riddled with deserters and infiltrators — and unable to defeat the Taliban on their own.
A police officer hit in the head by a rock at a 2016 demonstration sued a prominent Black Lives Matter organizer on the premise that he should have foreseen the possibility of violence and be held accountable for it.
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Sens. Elizabeth Warren (Mass.) and Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.), Joe Biden and Andrew Yang said they would not cross picket lines amid a labor dispute at Loyola Marymount University.
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Tessa Majors, from Charlottesville, was attacked in a park near the New York City campus Wednesday evening in what police described as an armed robbery.
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16 questions about flying with your pet in the U.S., answered

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The year’s best rappers sounded ahead of their time. Literally.

Blueface, Goonew and Teejayx6 rebelled against time itself by rapping in front of the beat.
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