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Russia expert Fiona Hill said she became angry with Gordon Sondland, the ambassador to the E.U., because he was not coordinating with the National Security Council as he met with Ukrainian leaders.
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White House and Republicans discuss limiting impeachment trial to two weeks

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Hill chastises GOP support for ‘fictional narrative’ sowing doubt on Russian election interference

President Trump’s former top adviser on Russia essentially told the public under oath that his refusal to accept the reality of Moscow’s intervention in 2016 is wrong.
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Mayor Pete Buttigieg managed the pressure that comes with being a newly minted polling frontrunner, there was pushback against Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax, and former vice president Joe Biden had yet another shaky performance.
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Bernie Sanders exaggerated the U.S. homelessness crisis. Andrew Yang’s surprising statistic on paid family leave was spot on.
The documents, obtained by a liberal watchdog group, show his properties received an average of nearly $2,000 per day in the first five months of his presidency.
The billionaire former NYC mayor said his brand of political moderation and deep pockets would defeat President Trump.
Garrett was indefinitely suspended by the league after striking Rudolph with his own helmet during a game last week. Rudolph denied he made the slur.
The legislation extends funding through Dec. 20, setting up a pre-Christmas showdown over border wall funding that could happen in the midst of House votes on articles of impeachment against the president.
Israel’s attorney general capped almost three years of investigation by handing down a 63-page indictment against the country’s longest-serving prime minister and its center of political gravity for the last decade.
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