Trump suggests he mentioned Biden in call with Ukrainian president

The statement came amid swirling questions about whether President Trump sought to use his influence to seek reelection help from a foreign country.

‘We’ve been very weak’: House Democrats decry their oversight of President Trump

House Speaker Nancy Pelosi signaled that she is not ready to back impeachment but warned of a “whole new stage of investigation” if the administration blocks a whistleblower’s complaint.
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Trump’s takeover of GOP leads many House Republicans to head for exits 

Nearly 40 percent of House Republicans have left or lost since President Trump’s inauguration, and some in the GOP say in private that he is the reason.
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)
Don Brink picks up students on his school bus route in Worthington, Minn., this month. (Courtney Perry for The Post)

Immigrant children fill this town’s schools. Their bus driver resents the system that brought them here.

In rural Worthington, Minn., a surge of unaccompanied minors has crowded schools and left residents divided over funding an expansion.
The Emmy Awards

Celebrities arrive on the red carpet for television’s big night

“Game of Thrones” is nominated for the most awards with 32, while “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” is close behind with 20. The ceremony begins at 8 p.m. Eastern on Fox.
An alliance of mostly Arab lawmakers recommended a candidate for the first time in almost three decades, telling President Reuven Rivlin it would support former army chief of staff Benny Gantz.
The leaders of the world’s two largest democracies took the stage together before a roaring crowd of tens of thousands of Indian Americans.
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Sanathera Price is among thousands of people being displaced in the nation’s capital by warp-speed gentrification. Outside her window, millennials speed down the sidewalk on scooters as construction workers transform surrounding properties.
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The Past, Rediscovered
Eugene V. Debs was a force in American politics a century before Sen. Bernie Sanders campaigned for the White House as a democratic socialist.
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Politicians weigh in after Trump urges Ukrainian investigation
Politicians weigh in after Trump urges Ukrainian investigation
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