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Hearings unearth new evidence of call that may implicate president in Ukraine controversy

The acting ambassador to Ukraine testified about a previously undisclosed call between President Trump and the U.S. ambassador to the European Union in which Trump asked about “the investigations” into political rivals.

Republicans discuss a longer impeachment trial to scramble Democratic primaries

Talks remain fluid, but a trial that stretches into February could raise a potential hazard for the six Democratic senators running for president.
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On Day One of the hearings, the Trump Show continues to disrupt Washington

The clash of values was on vivid display Wednesday as woolly diplomats earnestly defended the old ways while President Trump’s defenders spoke darkly of “deep state” subversion.

A historic hearing asks: Is Trump’s norm-breaking a betrayal of his oath or his right as president?

Long before the first question was asked at the day-long event, it was clear that most Democrats and Republicans in the room had already decided on the matter.
The D.C. Circuit let stand an earlier ruling against the president, likely sending the case to the Supreme Court.
A room in the flooded Gritti Palace. (Marco Bertorello)
A room in the flooded Gritti Palace. (Marco Bertorello)
The latest “aqua alta” event has its roots in the Adriatic Sea, but it points to the precariousness of the historic city.
Book Review
The book by the anonymous Trump administration official tells us plenty about what he or she thinks, but not enough about what he or she knows.
The decision to attach the message to some animated films was met with praise from those who viewed it as an accountability measure. But others said the streaming service's disclaimer should more clearly identify racist elements in some of its classic movies.
Campaign 2020
The two-term governor will enter the race less than three months before the first votes are taken in Iowa. He faces a challenge in raising the money and voter support to propel his campaign.
The shift to a downgraded dining experience has ignited a firestorm of complaints from railroad passengers and aficionados.
He was found on the side of the road and taken in by a local rescue group. Unlike a normal tail, his doesn't have bones inside, so it cannot wag.
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Pete Buttigieg wants to connect to the religious right. But tension among his in-laws shows how hard that may be.

A rift in Chasten Buttigieg’s family has broadened as Chasten and his brothers go public with differing accounts of their childhoods and the reaction to Chasten's sexuality.
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Republicans have floated 17 different defenses of Trump’s Ukraine actions
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