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How McConnell’s proposed trial will work

If the Senate majority leader has his way, President Trump's impeachment trial will be short and quick. With swing senators in favor of this resolution, it’s expected to pass.
Watch live coverage and analysis of today’s impeachment trial proceedings. (Video: The Post; photo: Bloomberg News)

Lev Parnas is talking. So where is Igor Fruman, his onetime sidekick and fellow Giuliani associate?

Holed up under house arrest, Fruman has split with Parnas, retained counsel from President Trump’s world and stayed true to his reputation as the quiet partner in the Soviet-born duo who stumbled into an impeachment scandal.

Supreme Court refuses to fast-track a challenge to the Affordable Care Act

A practical effect is that the health-care law will probably remain in place through the fall elections.

Prince Harry joins Meghan in Canada, without the half-in, half-out royal deal they wanted

In Britain, questions are being asked about their plans to use the Sussex Royal brand.

A crumbling bridge and restorative justice

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The report from the Civil Aviation Organization called for help from U.S. and French authorities in decoding the flight recorders.
The world, Thunberg said Tuesday, needs to “treat this crisis with the importance it deserves.”
While experts cautioned into over-interpreting the change, but Ri Son Gwan, the new foreign minister, has a reputation for being a hard-line, testy negotiator.
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A singer-songwriter apologized, closed his eyes, dropped his head and died onstage

David Olney, 71, paused, said “I’m sorry” and put his chin to his chest, according to a fellow musician.
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Visiting Tokyo? Here’s how to ride the train like a local.

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With frozen summer fruit, you can relive sweet, sunny days in these 8 recipes

Frozen summer fruit can help capture the magic of summer in the middle of winter.
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