Trump, Democrats keep their distance from GOP moderates as crucial impeachment votes loom

White House advisers warned President Trump that outreach would not help his cause, while Democrats say there is no serious effort to privately lobby the key Republicans.
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Trump’s sanctions on Iran help fuel a new refugee crisis — in Turkey

Decades ago, the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan prompted thousands of people to flee to neighboring Iran. Now, many of them are again seeking a new home, this time in Turkey, to escape the dire economic conditions fostered by President Trump’s “maximum pressure” campaign.

U.S. creates new hurdles for pregnant women seeking tourist visas

The State Department will no longer issue temporary visitor visas to women hoping to travel to the United States to have a child, White House officials said. The B-1/B-2 visas provide for temporary travel to the United States for tourism, business or medical care.
Campaign 2020
The former New York mayor has promised to spend millions to defeat President Trump, whether or not he becomes the Democratic nominee.
Jakob “Jack” Reimer, who served at a Nazi training camp during World War II, and his personnel sheet listing his deployments. (Justice Department)
Jakob “Jack” Reimer, who served at a Nazi training camp during World War II, and his personnel sheet listing his deployments. (Justice Department)
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Decades after the war, a group of prosecutors and historians discovered the truth about a mysterious SS training camp in occupied Poland.
Jim Lehrer
1934–2020
He anchored the PBS NewsHour for 36 years and was dubbed the “dean of moderators” for presiding over 12 presidential debates.
The notable admission about the bureau’s surreptitious monitoring of Carter Page is likely to fuel continued criticism of how the FBI handled the high-profile case.
The “Sopranos” actress delivered emotional testimony as the prosecution’s first witness.
Mustafa al-Imam, the “eyes and ears” of convicted ringleader Ahmed Abu Khattala, is the second man convicted in the 2012 attacks.
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The wildly popular Obama portraits are going on a year-long tour to museums across the country

The paintings will travel to museums in five cities, starting in June 2021 in Chicago.
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Khashoggi documentary could take the film world — and U.S.-Saudi relations — by storm

“The Dissident,” which premieres Friday at Sundance, casts the killing of Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in a new light.
Climate Solutions

The audacious effort to reforest Earth: How trees can fight climate change

Trees suck Earth-warming carbon out of the atmosphere far more efficiently than any machine.
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Iowa caucus 2020: A step-by-step guide and why they matter
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