Yovanovitch says that Trump transcript ‘shocked’ and ‘devastated’ her

While the former ambassador to Ukraine was testifying, the president continued to go after her, writing on Twitter, “Everywhere Marie Yovanovitch went turned bad.”
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Takeaways from Yovanovitch’s testimony so far

President Trump’s tweets during the testimony spurred allegations of witness intimidation.
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TODAY’S WITNESS
The former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine was abruptly recalled from her post in May.

Trump confidant Roger Stone guilty on all counts

A federal jury has convicted Stone of lying to Congress and tampering with a witness about his efforts to learn about the anti-secrecy group WikiLeaks' release of hacked Democratic emails in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.
Analysis

Stone joins the remarkable universe of criminality surrounding President Trump

Friday’s convictions seem to bring to an end the high-profile criminal probes stemming from special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
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Browns’ Myles Garrett suspended indefinitely by the NFL for striking Steelers QB with helmet

Garrett’s suspension is to cover at least the rest of this season and postseason. The ruling by the league comes the day after the Browns’ defensive end struck Steelers quarterback Mason Rudolph in the head with Rudolph’s helmet during an on-field fracas.
The request by President Trump’s private lawyers sets up the latest separation-of-powers test for the Supreme Court.
The lawsuit marks the latest round in a fight between the White House and California over how quickly the nation’s auto fleet must improve its fuel efficiency.
The hospital industry has vowed to block the change, which is part of President Trump’s electoral strategy for 2020.
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The proposal, which would open the current Medicare program to all Americans, is designed in part to shield Sen. Elizabeth Warren from attacks that she would quickly take away private insurance from more than 150 million people if elected president.
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Work behind closed doors by chief U.S. trade negotiator Robert E. Lighthizer faces a tough spotlight in a rush to seal two major prizes: a North American trade accord and an unfinished deal with China.
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Advice columnist Carolyn Hax takes readers’ questions about the strange train we call life.
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These remote islands are closing to visitors next spring in the name of overtourism

A weekend without traditional tourists aims to protect the Faroe Islands from the same fate as places like Rome or Thailand's Maya Bay.
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A church leader’s abuse and a woman’s years-long struggle

With a rise in clergy abuse cases coming to light, some church leaders are becoming transparent with congregants, rather than sweeping allegations under the rug.
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A white football coach, a historically black college and lessons that endure

Joe Purzycki wasn’t easily accepted when he was hired at Delaware State in 1981; Friday he’ll be inducted into the school’s Hall of Fame.
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