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From Republicans, a recurring theme: ‘Nothing to see here’

GOP lawmakers argued that Ukrainian officials never opened the investigations President Trump requested, yet Trump released the aid package for Ukraine anyway. But this is a selective retelling of events.
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How Amazon’s quest for more products and lower prices has resulted in a flea market of fakes

Former executives say that Amazon, which last year spent $400 million fighting fraud and abuse, has prioritized its broad selection over anti-counterfeiting technologies and policies.

A government chased from its capital, a president forced into exile: A storm of protest rages in South America

Demonstrators are rising up against a range of governments, for a variety of reasons. Here’s what they have in common.

The public impeachment inquiry hearings: Day One

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