House panel adjourns, to vote Friday on articles of impeachment

The decision by Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) came after more than 14 hours of rancorous debate about the president’s alleged abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
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Boris Johnson wins majority, while Jeremy Corbyn says he won’t lead another general election campaign

Johnson — the bombastic showman who led the campaign to leave the European Union in the June 2016 referendum — is now positioned to be the prime minister to see Britain set sail from Europe next month.
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The left’s nightmare scenario looks more believable

The two presidential candidates most broadly acceptable to the Democratic left wing have been splitting endorsements and capturing separate swaths of the electorate, leaving centrists less nervous.
The Afghanistan Papers Part 4
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The U.S. flooded Afghanistan with money — then turned a blind eye to the graft it fueled

Key figures in the Afghanistan war said Washington tolerated corruption by unsavory warlords, drug traffickers and contractors because they were seen as U.S. allies, documents The Post obtained after a three-year legal battle show.

Defeated GOP governor pardons violent criminals in a spree lawyers are calling an ‘atrocity of justice’

Governors often issue pardons as they leave office, but Matt Bevin’s actions boggled some of Kentucky’s state’s attorneys, who questioned his judgment.

Who’s losing out in the automated economy? Women.

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As part of the partial trade pact, the White House would not impose tariffs on $160 billion in Chinese imports on Sunday, people briefed on the talks said. President Trump approved the deal.
The accord came after a Thursday meeting with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and days of negotiations aimed at resolving conflicts over President Trump’s border wall and other issues.
The community is questioning whether the attack reflects underlying ethnic tensions.
Tessa Majors, an 18-year-old musician who had recently started college in New York, was attacked in a Manhattan park.
At two Hanukkah-themed events, the message the White House wanted to send was clear: President Trump is using support for Israel as the defining characteristic of fighting anti-Semitism.
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U.S. lab chimps were dumped on an island and left to starve. One man helped to save them.

Rarely is the aftermath of animal testing so visible — and so hungry.
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Ivanka Trump will do her job no matter what happens in Washington

She went to a women’s prison in Indiana with MC Hammer, Apple's Tim Cook and Commerce's Wilbur Ross — because why not?
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