Russia expert chastises House members seeking to sow doubt on Russian interference in 2016

Fiona Hill, a former White House adviser on Russia, and David Holmes, a senior staffer at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine, are testifying before the House Intelligence Committee.
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She is the former National Security Council Russia adviser.
He is the counselor for political affairs at the U.S. embassy in Ukraine.
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Sondland’s bombshell testimony leaves Trump’s GOP allies scrambling

The bombshell testimony alleging that the president attempted to leverage an invite for the Ukrainian president in exchange for an investigation into his political opponents forced the White House to quickly recalibrate its defense of the president’s actions.
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Winners and losers from the debate

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Mayor Pete Buttigieg managed the pressure that comes with being a newly minted polling frontrunner, there was pushback against Sen. Elizabeth Warren’s wealth tax, and former vice president Joe Biden had yet another shaky performance.

At critical moment, Democrats tackle range of issues

With the field growing both larger and more fluid, the 10 presidential candidates opened new lines of conversation and held pointed if brief disputes, some of them focused on black voters, a key constituency.
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A race to stand out before the field thins

Political reporters Michael Scherer, Annie Linskey and Cleve Wootson break down the debate.
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Analysis

10 claims that caught our attention

Bernie Sanders exaggerated the U.S. homelessness crisis. Andrew Yang’s surprising statistic on paid family leave was spot on.
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Democrats focus on beating Trump, not beating up on each other

Recent polling shows President Trump with an edge in key Midwestern battleground states.
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The award-winning actresses join experts to examine the dire consequences for marine life and solutions that might turn the tide before it’s too late.
Catherine E. Pugh is accused of wire fraud and tax evasion and is due in federal court Thursday afternoon. No plea is final until a judge accepts it.
The statement is the latest move to block military moves to discipline those in the ranks.
Sedley Alley was executed based on little physical evidence and an allegedly coerced confession. A Tennessee judge refused the DNA test that could exonerate him.
“His expressed views are stunningly ignorant,” an Indiana University provost said, “more consistent with someone who lived in the 18th century than the 21st.”
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Britain’s Prince Andrew quits public duties after Epstein controversy

The senior royal’s ties to the convicted sex offender have dominated news in Britain.
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Yelp reviewers are trashing Gordon Sondland’s hotels with one-star reviews

Businesses associated with the Trump ambassador to the E.U. are catching public ire after his impeachment inquiry testimony on Wednesday.
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Tom Hanks just learned he’s related to Mister Rogers, days before his Mister Rogers movie opens

The actor and the late television personality share a great-great-great-great-great grandfather, making the two sixth cousins.
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