Trump urges GOP to ‘get tougher and fight’ impeachment as Pelosi details his ‘shakedown’ of Ukraine

The speaker’s “fact sheet” outlines what her office characterized as a gross abuse of power by Trump, including a “shakedown,” “pressure campaign” and “cover up.”
The Fix

A few Republican cracks on impeachment are showing

Maybe there is such a thing as President Trump going too far: The past month of actions by the White House seemed designed to test the limits of Republicans’ willingness to go along.

Israel’s Netanyahu fails to form government, opening door for his rival to try to build coalition

Former army chief Benny Gantz will now try his hand at assembling a majority coalition in parliament.
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Reversals on G-7 and potentially Syria show Trump buckles in face of Republican pressure

President Trump backs down if criticism from congressional Republicans is loud enough and he fears he could lose support from his base.
A rendering of a proposed ballpark in Oakland. (Bjarke Ingels Group)
A rendering of a proposed ballpark in Oakland. (Bjarke Ingels Group)

As waters rise, so do concerns for sports teams along the coast

The Oakland Athletics want to build a new ballpark on the water. That means it faces problems that many teams in coastal cities are just starting to confront: How do you make it economically viable when threats such as sea level rise are inevitable?
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Several tornadoes and violent thunderstorms — featuring 70 mph winds, heavy rain and half-dollar-sized hail — hit Dallas Sunday night. One of the twisters carved a path of destruction through the north of the city.
The decision means that Parliament would be expected to vote on the withdrawal agreement bill on Tuesday.
Journalists finally may have figured out how to cover Trump, but why did it take them so long?
In the documentary, Prince Harry vows not to be “bullied” into playing the same game that killed his mother and Meghan opens up about the effect of the tabloids on her mental health.
As Pierre Delecto, Romney used the account to like critical tweets about the president while also occasionally defending himself against detractors.

Her son is a pro gamer. Here’s how she came to understand the world of esports.

It took "negotiations" and education, but the mother of a professional Overwatch League player has gotten a good grasp of a world some view with skepticism.

How a crumbling bridge is sparking a conversation about reparations

The south side of Syracuse, N.Y., was devastated when a highway section went up. Now that there’s talk of taking it down, residents think they should be protected — and compensated for the damage the highway inflicted on the community.
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A British actor left Hollywood to fight ISIS. Now he’s marooned in Belize.

How Michael Enright, an idealist with a Kalashnikov and a respectable IMDb page, took up arms against an American foe and got himself exiled from the United States.
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