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House Judiciary panel debates articles of impeachment against Trump

The committee is convening to hear opening statements from its 40 attending members before an expected vote Thursday after it considers amendments.
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Visual Story

A remarkable year in photographs

Successful visual storytelling has not only the strength to educate but also the power to compel us to feel, think critically and even take action. We selected some of the most striking images of 2019 and wove them into a narrative to look back on a momentous year.
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Inspector general says the FBI is not vindicated by his report on Trump campaign probe

Michael Horowitz said he could not vindicate the FBI’s former leaders because of major errors — effectively offering both political parties fresh ammunition in their feud over the Russia case.

Trump health promises thwarted by feuding aides, shifting orders

President Trump has failed to deliver on his most important pledges, and infighting in the Health and Human Services Department has spilled into view.

Harvey Weinstein reaches tentative $25 million settlement with sex misconduct accusers

The proposed deal would not require the embattled movie mogul to admit fault or personally pay dozens of women.
The Afghanistan Papers A Secret History of the War | Part 3
A Secret History of the War | Part 3

U.S. wasted billions of dollars in colossal effort to rebuild Afghanistan, documents reveal

Kabul, 2009. (AP)
Kabul, 2009. (AP)
Kabul, 2005. (AP)
Kabul, 2005. (AP)
Kabul, 2004. (AP)
Kabul, 2004. (AP)
U.S. leaders have long insisted they would not be "nation-building" in war-torn Afghanistan. They have spent $133 billion trying — and failing — to do just that.
Documents The Post obtained after a three-year legal battle show how Washington inadvertently built a corrupt, dysfunctional Afghan government that remains dependent on U.S. military power for its survival.
Four people, including a police officer, and the two suspects were dead by the end of Tuesday's hours-long gun battle.
President Trump said he would sign the $738 billion defense policy bill, which permits the creation of a sixth branch of the military and extends 12 weeks of paid parental leave to more than 2 million federal workers. The Senate still must vote on the legislation.
The country will vote again in March. But this time, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces a leadership challenge in his own Likud party.
The information is necessary to investigate foreign interference in U.S. politics, lawyers for Congress say.
(Adam Brumm/Ratno Sardi)
(Adam Brumm/Ratno Sardi)
People living on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi depicted what scientists interpret as supernatural people hunting pigs and horned animals as long as 44,000 years ago.
Sunny Eaton and Karin Balsley spent years away from a permanent home, driving and camping in their modified ’97 Toyota Land Cruiser. They have outfitted it to suit their needs.
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Analysis
In 1998, when the House impeached President Clinton, Congress had completed its legislative work in mid-October. Today, they have a hefty list of must-do items.
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Trump signs order on anti-Semitism, plunging into fierce campus conflicts over Israel, Palestine

Jews are divided over the president's move to consider Judaism akin to an ethnicity under federal civil rights law.
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2 million Americans still don’t have running water, report says

Native American households are 19 times as likely as white households to lack indoor plumbing, the report notes.
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Time names climate activist Greta Thunberg as ‘Person of the Year’

The Swedish teen was on a shortlist with President Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, the whistleblower and the Hong Kong protesters.
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