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An escalating fight over Trump’s tax returns.
The notetaker being subpoenaed.
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Tehran is seeking to exact a cost for U.S. sanctions that have battered its economy, but it wants to an avoid all-out war.
The former secretary of state told the committee that he believed there was more the United States needed to do to counter Russia on the global stage, said a person who was in the room.
The arrangements, if real, would be illegal under U.S. law because foreigners are not allowed to donate to American candidates or political committees.
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The Debrief
The president shut down infrastructure talks after House Speaker Nancy Pelosi accused him earlier of managing a “coverup” in probes of his conduct and administration.
A federal judge said Deutsche Bank and Capital One may hand over the president’s records to House Democrats.
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Although President Trump has taken steps to confront the deadly drug crisis, the depth of the problem continues to overwhelm the government’s response.
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The change would allow federally funded shelters to deny people admission on religious grounds or force transgender women to share bathrooms and sleeping quarters with men.
Six workers resigned on a single day last month. Agricultural Secretary Sonny Perdue has presented the idea to move scientists closer to “stakeholders” and “customers” as a money-saving plan.
Campaign 2020
The former Texas congressman has turned to cable television to help jump-start his presidential campaign.
Several countries say they will allow the plane to resume flights only after their questions have been answered.
A bipartisan investigation alleges that the group’s guidelines on treating pain drew directly from Purdue’s strategies for marketing opioids.
A key chip designer and British telecom companies suspended some dealings with the Chinese tech giant over security concerns.
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Filthy rich and dominated by a tech monoculture, it’s gone from America’s great romantic city to what one of its residents calls “a train wreck.”
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In Case You Missed It
Steve who? Tim what? A certain kind of man has started crowding the pool of Democratic presidential candidates.
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This one will blow “meh” takeout and frozen entrees out of the water.
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Democrats divided on impeaching Trump
Democrats divided on impeaching Trump
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Abortion rights protests spread across the country
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