Senators on both sides urge House impeachment managers to tone it down after testy debate

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler’s early-morning accusations of a “shameful coverup” and “treacherous” GOP behavior had senators of both parties asking the managers to keep the focus on the case.
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The Legal Teams
Adam B. Schiff, House Intelligence Committee chairman
The California Democrat is known for distilling complicated subjects clearly and having a willingness to go after Trump’s soft spots.
Jerrold Nadler, chairman of the House Judiciary Committee
The New York Democrat leads the committee traditionally in charge of impeachment and shepherded the articles through Congress.
Zoe Lofgren, chair of the House Committee on House Administration
The California Democrat, who is serving her 13th term, is one of the most experienced members of Congress on impeachment.
Hakeem Jeffries, chairman of the House Democratic Caucus
House Speaker Pelosi described the New York Democrat as “an accomplished litigator in private practice” before seeking office.
Val Demings, member of the Intelligence and Judiciary committees
The Florida Democrat was the first female police chief in Orlando, and Pelosi cited her law enforcement background as a strength.
Jason Crow, member of the House Armed Services Committee
The Democrat from Colorado served as an Army Ranger and was partner in a law firm in Colorado.
Sylvia Garcia, member of the House Judiciary Committee
The first-term Texas Democrat was a municipal judge in Houston and was one of the first Latinas elected to Congress from Texas.
Pat Cipollone, White House Counsel
Republican lawmakers have described Cipollone as the “quarterback” for Trump’s legal strategy.
Jay Sekulow
Sekulow is the leader of the president’s personal legal team and he represented Trump during special counsel Robert S. Mueller III’s Russia investigation.
Kenneth W. Starr
Starr is the independent counsel who investigated President Bill Clinton.
Alan Dershowitz
Dershowitz is the Harvard Law emeritus professor who advised the defense team in football star O.J. Simpson’s murder trial.
Pam Bondi
Bondi was the attorney general in Florida for eight years and has a number of ties to Trump.
Robert Ray
Ray is the former independent counsel, replacing Starr in October 1999, who oversaw the agreement with Clinton that averted a possible criminal trial.
Pat Philbin, deputy counsel to the president
Philbin is Cipollone’s right-hand man, his most senior deputy in the White House’s legal office.
Jane Raskin
Raskin reportedly was the lead attorney protecting Trump from an interview with Mueller, which he ultimately did not give.
Eric D. Herschmann
Herschmann is a partner at a law firm that has defended Trump over the years in his private life.
Mike Purpura, deputy White House counsel
Purpura took the lead on battling to prevent White House grand jury testimony from the Mueller investigation from being made public.

Senate press restrictions have an ugly goal: Putting distance between the public and Trump’s impeachment trial

The purported reason for the new rules is to increase security. The real reason is something quite different.

China imposes de facto quarantine on city at center of coronavirus outbreak

The government imposed the travel restrictions on Wuhan as the death toll increased to 17. Whether the response would halt the spread of the virus was unclear, and the decision drew mixed reactions from public health experts.

U.N. ties alleged phone hacking of Bezos to Post’s coverage of Saudi Arabia

The announcement came in response to the alleged hacking of a phone belonging to Washington Post owner and Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos.
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American moms need a break. But is ‘momcation’ a solution or a symptom?

No matter the place or price tag, the momcation is always presented as a necessary act of self-care, a way to reclaim a sense of autonomy, a correction — however fleeting — of an underlying imbalance.
The annual gathering of antiabortion protesters commemorates the anniversary of the Supreme Court’s landmark abortion decision on abortion.
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Deborah Dugan, who was placed on administrative leave less than six months into her tenure as the group’s first female CEO and president, has alleged gender discrimination, sexual harassment and unequal pay on the part of the academy.
Campaign 2020
In 2016, President Trump vowed not to touch programs such as Social Security and Medicare.
State Department regulations, expected to be issued soon, aim to limit what the administration calls “birth tourism.”
David Calhoun, who committed to restarting production of the plane as soon as April, will be accountable for the new timeline, which he said allows for a gradual increase in production and for pilots to receive simulator training.
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Roller coasters, dog kennels and snow rooms: 10 things you didn’t know were on cruise ships

Everyone knows about the buffet and casino. But cruise ships have gotten a lot more interesting in recent years.
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