Ukraine call points to a president convinced of his own invincibility

The push by President Trump and his personal attorney, Rudolph W. Giuliani, to influence the newly elected Ukrainian leader reveals a president apparently eager to wield the power of the United States to taint a political foe, confident that no one could hold him back.

‘A diplomatic disaster’: Ukraine leaders feel trapped between warring Washington factions

Whether it gives in to President Trump or rejects his demand for an inquiry into Hunter Biden, Ukraine could jeopardize ties with its most important security backer.
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Warren edges Biden, takes her first lead in prized Iowa poll

The poll from the Des Moines Register, CNN and Mediacom has Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) at 22 percent. Former vice president Joe Biden fell by 3 percentage points to 20 percent.
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Antonio Brown’s relationship with the Patriots unraveled as off-field behavior took a more disturbing turn

The process that brought about the end of Brown’s short tenure with the Patriots began on the evening of Sept. 10, the day after the team announced a one-year contract.
The new tactic revealed a simmering anger toward a small group of tycoons and cronies who have accumulated enormous wealth and political clout, often through cozy relationships with the mainland.
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The World Health Organization pleaded for cooperation from the Tanzanian government and expressed particular concern about a doctor who died after falling sick with Ebola-like symptoms.
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Diners on the Amtrak Crescent train on Sept. 9. (Harrison Keely)
The rail operator will switch to prepackaged meals and ease restrictions on serving times. Amtrak says the change is driven by the desire to save money and lure younger riders.
The Bulldogs beat the Fighting Irish on Saturday night in Athens, a win to which their crowd absolutely contributed.
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