Schumer calls for testimony from Mulvaney, Bolton in impeachment trial

In a letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, Senate Minority Leader Charles E. Schumer outlined procedural demands that Democrats believe would make the likely Senate trial of President Trump fair and completed “within a reasonable period of time.”

U.S. economy shakes free of recession fears in striking turnaround since August

Steady growth is expected because of lower interest rates and the apparent resolution of two trade-related threats.
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Inside Pete Buttigieg’s years-long, and often clumsy, quest to understand the black experience

From his college days at Harvard to the presidential campaign, the South Bend, Ind., mayor has struggled to connect with African American communities.
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Wallace’s tough and knowledgeable interview style can seem like a hallucination to regular viewers of the pro-Trump network that frequently serves as an extension of the White House communications staff.
The move was a victory for a conservative group that petitioned against the commercials, but astonished LGBTQ advocates who viewed it as a step backward.
The Past, Rediscovered
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NFL Week 15
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The Afghanistan Papers

The U.S. war on drugs in Afghanistan has imploded at nearly every turn

U.S. efforts to eradicate opium production in Afghanistan have been mostly futile, confidential documents show.
Special Report

10 years, 179 arrests, no white defendants: DEA tactics face scrutiny in New York

Drug Enforcement Administration officials vigorously defend the agency’s use of reverse stings after defense lawyers highlight racial disparity.

Taiwan’s tea party aims to burst Beijing’s one-China bubble

The island’s famous tapioca-ball drink has taken on political significance as consumers boycott chains seen as supporting Beijing’s agenda.
(The Washington Post)
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