House Democrats look to take impeachment probe public as soon as mid-November

Investigators are starting to grapple with how they will present the complex Ukraine narrative to the American people after a slew of closed-door meetings.
Adam Eaton, left, and Victor Robles celebrate at home plate Wednesday after Eaton’s home run in the seventh inning of Game 2. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)
Adam Eaton, left, and Victor Robles celebrate at home plate Wednesday after Eaton’s home run in the seventh inning of Game 2. (Toni L. Sandys/The Post)

Nationals crush Astros to return home with a commanding 2-0 lead in the series

Washington staged a six-run seventh inning that started against their Houston star pitcher Justin Verlander and ended with them capitalizing on every last mistake by the Astros.
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The Nationals are meeting the World Series moment, and the Astros are shrinking from it

The Houston Astros are better, deeper, more versatile, more seasoned and more hardened. But for two games over two nights they stood no chance against Washington.
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Trump tries to rebrand Syria withdrawal as a promise kept

The president hopes his decision to “let someone else fight” will please his most loyal political supporters, who tend to love it when he pokes a finger in the eye of naysayers.

Trump lawyer argues president would be immune from prosecution even if he were to shoot someone

At a hearing over President Trump’s tax returns, Trump's private attorney said that the president could not be investigated or prosecuted as long as he is in the White House.

A princess, an international custody dispute — and Rudy Giuliani

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The California Democrat has denied allegations that she was romantically involved with her legislative director.
The format is a win-win for the president, enabling him to grab the spotlight while marginalizing the press, both aurally and visually.
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Why applaud a woman who used her power to make the lives of the most powerless more difficult?
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The proposal would affect children certified for free meals because their families get food stamps, bureaucratically known as the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP.
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Elsie Cruey’s situation at a Virginia apartment complex sparked concerns about senior housing across the nation.
The case is one in a string of recent incidents that have been blamed on the automaker’s innovative technology.
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Two families — one black, one white — shared a harrowing history. Then they met.

Former education secretary John B. King Jr. knew his family had once been enslaved in Maryland. Now, the family has befriended the descendants of the enslaver.
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The 20 defining comedy sketches of the past 20 years

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7 spooky places to visit, according to a ghost hunter

Paranormal investigator Greg Newkirk offers insight on where to find the best under-the-radar haunted destinations in the United States.
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