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IMPEACHMENT INQUIRY

Impeachment witness warns that conspiracy theories advance Russia’s agenda as they divide Americans

During the testimony of Russia expert Fiona Hill, the impeachment probe seemed to broaden into a bracing examination of the insidious forces — including the spread of conspiracy theories — infecting American politics.

White House and Republicans discuss limiting impeachment trial to two weeks

No final decisions were made on strategy for a trial that, if it happens, would come in January at the earliest. But several Senate Republicans believe a two-week trial would be long enough to have credence without dragging on too long.
Campaign 2020

Democrats rush to court black voters

With time running out, the candidates fanned out across Atlanta and the South in an effort to persuade African American voters they can be trusted to advocate for the black community.

Israel’s Netanyahu indicted on charges of bribery, fraud, breach of trust

The indictment came after a three-year investigation of the country’s longest-serving prime minister.
Army Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn was facing a murder trial until President Trump stepped in. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)
Army Maj. Mathew L. Golsteyn was facing a murder trial until President Trump stepped in. (Sarah L. Voisin/The Post)

‘Insurgents’ sought war crimes pardons with little Pentagon involvement, officials say

President Trump’s intervention in the cases of three U.S. service members reflects his reliance on the views of people outside his administration.
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 measure funds federal programs through Dec. 20. Congress must pass a new measure by then to avoid a shutdown, but the White House and congressional Democrats are fighting over whether that bill should include billions of dollars for the construction of a border wall.
Aides could present options to the president as soon as next week on an issue that has divided federal, state officials.
Two similar disputes before the high court say the president’s accounting firm must turn over financial documents.
(The Washington Post)
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One scenario would allow development on a lake that shelters tens of thousands of migrating caribou and birds.
In Case You Missed It

‘Popcorn lung’ may have brought teen close to death after vaping for months, doctors say

The teen was hospitalized for 47 days and narrowly avoided a double lung transplant, his doctors said.
Analysis

Winners and losers from the latest Democratic debate

Mayor Pete Buttigieg managed the pressure, there was pushback against Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax, and former vice president Joe Biden had yet another shaky performance.
In Case You Missed It

Two versions of Texas collide over gun measures and mass shootings

The old Texas expanded availability of guns. The new one is agitating for more restrictions.
(Erin Patrick O'Connor/The Washington Post)
Altamont brought a crowd the Rolling Stones couldn’t control
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