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U.S. says Israeli settlements in West Bank do not violate international law

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the Trump administration, as it did with recognition of Jerusalem as the Israeli capital and Israel's sovereignty over the disputed Golan Heights, had simply “recognized the reality on the ground.”

Senate staff met IRS whistleblower over concerns about audit of Trump or Pence

Staff for Sens. Charles E. Grassley (R-Iowa) and Ron Wyden (D-Ore.), the chair and ranking Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee, spoke with the IRS whistleblower earlier this month.
IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY

House is investigating whether Trump lied to Mueller, its general counsel told a court

The statement came in arguments before appeals court judges in Washington over Congress’s request to have secret grand jury evidence from former special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's report released for its impeachment inquiry.
Ten candidates will take the stage in Atlanta for the fifth Democratic presidential debate, co-hosted by The Washington Post and MSNBC.

Georgia Democrats find turning the state blue is easier to predict than to pull off

An influx of new residents has boosted Democratic chances of taking over the state — if they can be registered and turned out against the Republican machine.
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The court gave itself a little more time to decide whether a House committee gets to see the president’s financial records.
President Trump remained out of the public eye Monday amid renewed questions about the status of his health and the White House’s handling of his medical information.
The prison guards are suspected of falsifying prison logs to indicate that they regularly checked on the millionaire the night he hanged himself.
The chicken chain’s charitable foundation said Monday that it planned to concentrate its giving in the areas of education, homelessness and hunger.
Special Report

What happened when Brooklyn tried to integrate its middle schools

New York is among the nation’s most segregated school systems, but it’s now become a laboratory for experimentation in fixing that.
In Case You Missed It

Administration’s immigration jails are packed. Deportations are lower than in Obama era, though.

While President Barack Obama deported 1.18 million people during his first three years in office, President Trump has deported fewer than 800,000.
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A 1987 triple murder gutted a family. For one young survivor, the trauma never receded.

Decades after a teenager walked into the Brooks family’s house in Montana and killed three adults, one last death is mourned.
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