Senate GOP accused of violating oath to be impartial jurors

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said last week that he was working in “total coordination” with the White House — something a top Democrat said was akin to “the foreman of the jury saying he’s going to work hand in glove with the defense attorney.”

10 years, 179 arrests, no white defendants: DEA tactics face scrutiny in New York

Drug Enforcement Administration officials vigorously defend the agency’s use of reverse stings after defense lawyers highlight racial disparity.

North America trade deal faces setback as Mexico objects to U.S. labor inspectors

Mexico’s Senate overwhelmingly approved the treaty on Thursday, but the labor issue has since blossomed into a political controversy.
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Military investigating possible ‘white power’ gestures by students on ESPN at rivalry game

The incident involved two West Point cadets and one Naval Academy midshipman who were behind ESPN’s Rece Davis as he reported on the sideline in Philadelphia.
Delegates from nearly 200 nations wrestled for more than 40 hours past their planned deadline, even as workers broke down parts of the conference hall.
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Wallace’s tough and knowledgeable interview style can seem like a hallucination to regular viewers of the pro-Trump network that frequently serves as an extension of the White House communications staff.
The Afghanistan Papers A Secret History of the War | Part 6
A Secret History of the War | Part 6
In dozens of interviews, key players in the anti-narcotics campaign in Afghanistan — in which the United States has spent about $9 billion — acknowledged that none of the efforts to stop the flow of opium have worked and that, in many cases, they have made things worse.
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The Raiders' devoted — and infamous — fan section faces an uncertain future with the team's impending move to Las Vegas.
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