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Democrats to seek full report.
Puerto Rico loses food stamp funding.
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The top two Justice Department officials determined that evidence was insufficient to allege President Trump had obstructed justice, sparking concerns that they rushed to a judgment no one asked them to make.
“How can they be trusted again?” is the gist of their aggressive strategy.
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Special Counsel Robert S. Mueller III on Sunday. (Getty Images)
Critic’s Notebook
For so long, the only pictures of the special counsel were those of him looking like the consummate professional, the man in the crisp white shirt, the dark suit and tie. His expression was neutral. But on Sunday, his report delivered, he could finally smile in public again.
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While Congress delays food-stamp funding, impoverished Puerto Rico residents have already started cutting back.
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Energy demand across the globe grew by 2.3 percent over the past year, according to a report from the International Energy Agency.
Like they’ve done so many times before, parent and student activists turned additional loss into a call for change.
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Rafi Eitan
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Mr. Eitan, the commander of the group that apprehended the chief architect of Hitler’s Final Solution, was known as one of his country’s greatest, if most controversial, spies.
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