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Republican Critics, Fearing Trump, Toe an Anti-Impeachment Party Line, for Now 11 Nov 9:23pm Republican Critics, Fearing Trump, Toe an Anti-Impeachment Party Line, for Now
On the eve of public impeachment hearings, even the handful of moderate Republicans in the House see no upside in breaking with the president.
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Mulvaney Withdraws Effort to Join Impeachment Lawsuit After Bolton Objects 11 Nov 8:12pm Updated Mulvaney Withdraws Effort to Join Impeachment Lawsuit After Bolton Objects
A lawyer representing the president’s former national security adviser filed a motion opposing an effort by Mick Mulvaney to join a suit on impeachment testimony.
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How the Trump Administration Eroded Its Own Legal Case on DACA 11 Nov 8:05pm Updated How the Trump Administration Eroded Its Own Legal Case on DACA
When the Supreme Court hears arguments on Tuesday, the administration’s attempts to end the program protecting “Dreamers” could rest on a top aide’s actions in 2017.
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E.P.A. to Limit Science Used to Write Public Health Rules 11 Nov 7:37pm Updated E.P.A. to Limit Science Used to Write Public Health Rules
A new agency rule would restrict the science that can be used in drafting health regulations by requiring researchers to turn over confidential health data.
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Deval Patrick, Ex-Governor of Massachusetts, Is Considering White House Bid 11 Nov 7:22pm Updated Deval Patrick, Ex-Governor of Massachusetts, Is Considering White House Bid
Days after Michael Bloomberg began taking steps to enter the 2020 race, Mr. Patrick’s conversations with top Democrats are the latest evidence of an unsettled presidential primary field.
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11 Nov 6:00pm Why Impeachment Isn’t a Big Deal on the Trail
It’s a big week for the impeachment inquiry — but the Democratic candidates aren’t talking about it.
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From Pariah to Powerhouse: Ralph Northam’s Unlikely Rebirth in Virginia 11 Nov 5:51pm Updated From Pariah to Powerhouse: Ralph Northam’s Unlikely Rebirth in Virginia
Nine months after a racist picture in his medical school yearbook sparked widespread demands he resign, Mr. Northam will govern with Democrats controlling both houses of the legislature.
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E.P.A. to Tighten Limits on Science Used to Write Public Health Rules 11 Nov 5:41pm E.P.A. to Tighten Limits on Science Used to Write Public Health Rules
A new agency rule would restrict the science that can be used in drafting health regulations by requiring researchers to turn over confidential health data.
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Veterans Day: Trump Returns to N.Y. for Parade, to Cheers and Boos 11 Nov 5:39pm Updated Veterans Day: Trump Returns to N.Y. for Parade, to Cheers and Boos
Supporters wore “Make America Great Again” hats while signs were posted in nearby building windows that read “impeach” and “convict.”
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How the 2020 Democrats Plan to Help Veterans 11 Nov 4:20pm Updated How the 2020 Democrats Plan to Help Veterans
Democratic presidential candidates want to provide veterans with better health care and increase their access to education and jobs. Pete Buttigieg said a woman should lead the V.A.
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What Joe Biden Actually Did in Ukraine 11 Nov 4:05pm Updated What Joe Biden Actually Did in Ukraine
The aims and the aftermath of a legacy project that underscores Mr. Biden’s years of diplomacy — but has been swallowed by the subplot of his son and a Ukrainian gas company.
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Bolton Rejects Legal Alliance With Mulvaney 11 Nov 3:12pm Bolton Rejects Legal Alliance With Mulvaney
A lawyer representing the president’s former national security adviser filed a motion opposing an effort by Mick Mulvaney to join a suit on impeachment testimony.
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Close Election in Kentucky Was Ripe for Twitter, and an Omen for 2020 11 Nov 2:58pm Updated Close Election in Kentucky Was Ripe for Twitter, and an Omen for 2020
As hyperpartisan activists, trolls and bots spread unfounded claims of voter fraud, a contested governor’s race is a preview of what many fear for the presidential election.
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Peter King, Veteran New York Republican in House, Announces He Will Retire 11 Nov 1:48pm Updated Peter King, Veteran New York Republican in House, Announces He Will Retire
Peter T. King, the longest-serving Republican in New York’s congressional delegation, will join a growing Republican exodus from the House ahead of 2020.
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Andrew Yang’s Campaign Has a Lot of Money. Now What? 11 Nov 1:26pm Updated Andrew Yang’s Campaign Has a Lot of Money. Now What?
The entrepreneur is shifting his message, hiring more experienced political hands and spending big as he tries to expand his support in early states. (And yes, he expected to make it this far.)
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‘I Have Waited 68 Years to See This’: How Honor Flights Help Veterans Reflect 11 Nov 10:23am Updated ‘I Have Waited 68 Years to See This’: How Honor Flights Help Veterans Reflect
From across the nation, private planes and commercial airliners ferry veterans to the capital to see the monuments honoring them.
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Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders Star in Their Own Iowa Buddy Movie 11 Nov 10:13am Updated Ocasio-Cortez and Sanders Star in Their Own Iowa Buddy Movie
He’s 78. She’s 30. For two days they traveled through Iowa bringing their progressive message to the heartland.
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Is It a Crime to Encourage Unauthorized Immigration? The Supreme Court Will Decide 11 Nov 7:25am Is It a Crime to Encourage Unauthorized Immigration? The Supreme Court Will Decide
An appeals court struck down a broad 1986 law under the First Amendment, saying it covers conversations between family members and legal advice.
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