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‘Comes down to one guy’: In impeachment probe, all eyes turn to Gordon Sondland

Historians said there’s no precedent for the dilemma confronting the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, who is set to publicly testify in the House hearings Wednesday. He could solidify the case against President Trump, though doing so would require that he revise his previous testimony or acknowledge significant omissions.
A Ukrainian serviceman fires at a military drone during night combat against Russia-backed separatists. (Getty Images)
A Ukrainian serviceman fires at a military drone during night combat against Russia-backed separatists. (Getty Images)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, second from right, and Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, pointing, observe drills. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky, second from right, and Interior Minister Arsen Avakov, pointing, observe drills. (EPA-EFE/Shutterstock)
Activists gather outside the Ukrainian president’s office on Oct. 29 to protest the withdrawal of Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk region. (Getty Images)
Activists gather outside the Ukrainian president’s office on Oct. 29 to protest the withdrawal of Ukrainian forces in the Luhansk region. (Getty Images)

U.S. military aid bolsters Ukraine’s front lines, but the Trump drama makes Kyiv nervous

President Trump’s hold on aid did not seriously disrupt Ukraine’s military. The real fallout has been one of perception among Ukrainian officials and others — the worry that the White House cannot always be counted on to be in Kyiv’s corner.

Trump said his Ukraine call was ‘perfect.’ Witnesses testified otherwise.

Three current and former Trump administration officials described how they harbored a variety of concerns surrounding the July phone call.
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Volker makes a big correction, and other takeaways from today’s testimony

Alexander Vindman, Jennifer Williams, Kurt Volker and Tim Morrison begin a hectic week of impeachment hearings.
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Millions are being invested globally in indoor urban farms because of their promise to produce more food with less impact. But high start-up costs, urban rents and other issues could stymie the efforts in the United States.
Five former Trump administration officials said they did not recall any such messages, and Stephanie Grisham modified her assertions later in the day.
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Even as the former vice president retains a national lead in polling, he is falling behind in a state that doomed his campaign the last time he sought the presidency.
The 16-year-old, who is white, had a notebook filled with “manifesto-type” language detailing how she wanted to assault parishioners with butcher knives and other sharp-edged weapons at the Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Gainesville, Ga., police said.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection says it only displays framed photos of Senate-confirmed leaders or elected officials, so President Trump’s affinity for acting chiefs means his photo will stand alone.
Since Nov. 7, when racist scrawls were discovered in dormitory bathrooms and hallways, the campus of nearly 23,000 students has been shaken by at least 10 more hate-fueled episodes.
The prime minister and his challenger faced sharp, aggressive questions from the audience over Brexit, broken promises and truthfulness ahead of the general election on Dec. 12.
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Americans have questions about Medicare-for-all. Canadians have answers.

“I’ve never had to reach into my wallet for anything other than my health-care card,” says an Alberta cancer survivor.
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Our best Thanksgiving dessert recipes have you covered, whether you love pumpkin pie or not

Pumpkin reigns supreme, of course. But you can embrace the season with apples, cranberries and sweet potato. Pecans and maple syrup are always welcome, too.
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‘Meth. We’re on it,’ South Dakota says in ridiculed ad campaign

The $449,000 awareness initiative was meant to address the state’s methamphetamine crisis. Instead it became what one marketing expert called “a colossal blunder.”
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