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White House blasts impeachment probe ahead of deadline to agree to participate

The White House counsel appeared to reject the latest entreaty from House Democrats to participate in the inquiry, calling it “baseless” as Democrats continued in their push to impeach President Trump by the end of the month.
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Nine artists try to document not just our external struggle with racism, but the internal struggles as well.
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Gunman in fatal Fla. air base shooting was Saudi military pilot training in U.S., officials say

U.S. and Saudi government officials identified the gunman, now deceased, as Ahmed Mohammed al-Shamrani. The FBI is trying to determine whether terrorism was a motive in the shooting, which left three victims dead and eight injured.
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This is the hottest job market since the 1990s. Why aren’t wages growing faster?

One of the lingering problems with this strong jobs picture is why wages aren’t growing as they did in the late 1990s, when yearly wage growth routinely topped 4 percent.

A UPS driver was working a new route when he was taken hostage and killed in Fla. police shootout

Frank Ordonez, 27, died after two gunmen commandeered his delivery truck and exchanged gunfire with police on a highway in the Miami area.
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The California Republican, elected in 2008, pleaded guilty in federal court this week to misusing campaign funds.
Delaware is the only state with such a requirement in its Constitution.
The system would work like speeding cameras, except that instead of license plates, it would capture what drivers are doing in their vehicles, officials said. If implemented, it could be the first such U.S. program in the country, experts say.
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Between “Marriage Story,” “The Report” and a new Star Wars film, the Oscar-nominated actor is everywhere.
Visitors to the self-proclaimed Heart of Texas can see how the “Fixer Upper” duo of Chip and Joanna Gaines made over Waco into a pilgrimage site for home renovators, interior design enthusiasts and family-time sentimentalists.
The 15-year-old son of the face of the NBA is already a star in his own right with nearly four million Instagram followers and a media circus surrounding his high school team.
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California climate change: Fires, floods and a fight over free parking

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Slurs appeared on this church after Trump’s election. The investigation found an unlikely suspect — and hoax.

The hateful graffiti in Indiana was part of a string of hate crime reports in 2016. Then the detective on the case began to suspect it was something else.
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Altamont: The deadly rock festival that time forgot

50 years ago the Rolling Stones headlined a "West Coast Woodstock." It ended with chaos and death. Read the story and listen to a podcast exploring what led up to the festival.
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