How Trump, Giuliani pressured Ukraine to probe president’s rivals

New revelations about President Trump’s efforts to influence Ukraine are fueling questions about whether he used his office to try to force a foreign country to take actions to damage his political opponents.

Trump’s freeze on Ukraine aid draws fresh attention

Democrats question whether the president withheld military aid to pressure Ukraine’s new leader to investigate former vice president Joe Biden’s son.

New Bureau of Land Management headquarters share building with Chevron

The controversial move to Colorado will put an agency that oversees energy leasing, grazing and other activities on federal land in the same building as oil and gas groups.
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U.S. connoisseurs used to shy away from German wine. Global warming is changing that.

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The civil rights leader ‘almost nobody knows about’ gets a statue in the U.S. Capitol

At a dedication ceremony this week, Nebraska leaders remembered Chief Standing Bear, whose landmark court case established that Native Americans were, in fact, people.

‘They weren’t listening’: How Congress failed to act on a deadly drug’s harrowing rise

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