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Pelosi says House will proceed with articles of impeachment against Trump

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said that President Trump’s wrongdoing strikes at the heart of the Constitution and asked House committee chairs to proceed with articles of impeachment, saying lawmakers have “no choice but to act.”

Barr’s chosen prosecutor says he can’t back theory that Russia case was U.S. intelligence setup

The assertion from U.S. Attorney John Durham to Michael Horowitz, the Justice Department inspector general, could rebut conservatives’ doubts about the origins of the FBI's Russia investigation.
Protesters demonstrate against the French government's pensions reform plans in Paris. (Reuters)
Protesters demonstrate against the French government's pensions reform plans in Paris. (Reuters)

Unions striking over pension reform disrupt transportation across France

The strike — expected to be the largest in decades — was yet another test for President Emmanuel Macron, who has pushed through plans to reform France’s retirement system despite sharp criticism from the country’s powerful trade unions.

The NBA player and Turkish dissident charming Congress

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Sarah Pitlyk's appointment Tuesday was seen as yet another mark of the influence of the Federalist Society, a conservative nonprofit organization.
The Department of Labor is bringing one of the largest federal anti-discrimination cases before a judge.
Ruth Borovski was a former member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect. (David Vaaknin for The Post)
Ruth Borovski was a former member of an ultra-Orthodox Jewish sect. (David Vaaknin for The Post)
Ultra-Orthodox communities often provide their members with a sense of meaning, beauty and belonging that can prove elusive for those in the secular world. But more people are asking Hillel, a ­Jerusalem-based nonprofit, for help in entering that world.
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A party that began the presidential cycle having elected more women and minorities to Congress than at any point in history has largely shunned those candidates so far in the presidential campaign.
The announcement comes after millions of inclined sleepers were recalled for safety concerns and dozens of infant deaths were linked to the products.
It had been expected that Goodell would retire after completing the league's upcoming labor and TV deals. But some think he will stick around.
"Weddings should be a symbol of love and unity. Plantations represent none of those things," a Pinterest spokesman said.
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Trump goes after Mueller’s witnesses

President Trump blasted those who cooperated with special counsel Robert S. Mueller III and left open the possibility of pardons for those who did not. Read the last chapter of the series.
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