Trump suggests he mentioned Biden in call with Ukrainian president

The statement came amid swirling questions about whether President Trump sought to use his influence to seek reelection help from a foreign country.

‘We’ve been very weak’: House Democrats decry their oversight of President Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled that she is not ready to back impeachment but warned of a “whole new stage of investigation” if the administration blocks a whistleblower’s complaint.
Campaign 2020

Trump’s takeover of GOP leads many House Republicans to head for exits 

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.
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)

Immigrant children fill this town’s schools. Their bus driver is leading the backlash.

In rural Worthington, Minn., a surge of unaccompanied minors has crowded schools and left residents divided over funding an expansion.
The Emmy Awards
Review

Emmy night proved two things: TV is great right now, and some awards shows need a host

“Game of Thrones” and “Fleabag” won the biggest prizes on a night when the telecast itself was sluggish and somewhat messy because it was lacking a host.
(Reuters)
Climate change protesters plan to shut down intersections today in downtown Washington in the latest of a series of rallies around the world designed to force policymakers to respond to Earth’s rising temperatures.
The culture war that left the country’s election in a dead heat is reflected in the fight over Beitar Jerusalem’s future.
The leaders of the world’s two largest democracies took the stage together before a roaring crowd of tens of thousands of Indian Americans.
The months-long standoff between the Communist Party and the millions of Hong Kong protesters is set to come to a head Oct. 1, when the demonstrators plan to stage a counter-rally.
Retropolis
The Past, Rediscovered
In 1975, Secret Service agents did insist on having at least one car hidden but ready for President Gerald R. Ford.
Capital Weather Gang
Autumn officially begins at 3:50 a.m. Eastern on Monday.
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(Harrison Keely)
(Harrison Keely)
In Case You Missed It

The end of an American tradition: The Amtrak dining car

America’s railroad is launching new menus and upgraded accommodations in its place on some of its long-distance trains.
(Holy Smoke BBQ/David Back)
(Holy Smoke BBQ/David Back)
By The Way

How Texas barbecue found a home in rural Sweden

It turns out that Swedes have an unlikely predilection for the American South.
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(Cornell Lab of Ornithology)
(Cornell Lab of Ornithology)
In Case You Missed It

North America has lost 3 billion birds in 50 years

A sweeping new study says a steep decline in bird abundance, including among common species, amounts to “an overlooked biodiversity crisis.”
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