President Trump fixated on Ukraine as a solution to his political problems. In five months, his obsession upended American foreign policy and threatened his presidency. Here is how it happened.
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Snow and ice caused at least four deaths and forced more than a thousand flight cancellations on Monday.
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The apparent exchange, in which Afghan officials are to release three senior members of the Haqqani network of the Taliban, is likely to be a step toward new peace talks.
City officials are looking to Norway, whose correctional system is a radical departure from cold, harsh American prisons.
Tech companies are deploying artificial intelligence to detect new photos and videos. But such efforts may run afoul of the law.
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Mr. Lafferty, 78, who was excommunicated from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, was convicted of two brutal killings chronicled in the book “Under the Banner of Heaven.”
On the eve of public impeachment hearings, even the handful of moderate Republicans in the House see no upside in breaking with the president.
The origins of the impeachment inquiry engulfing President Trump and his administration go back to the election last spring of a new Ukrainian president.
Mr. Rogers, whose N.F.L. career was stalled by drug use, died of liver failure on Monday.
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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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The decision came after allegations, which the bank could not substantiate, that its money was being used to fund Muslim internment camps.
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Mick Mulvaney, the president’s acting chief of staff, and John R. Bolton, his former national security adviser, clashed in court even as more accounts of internal schisms emerged in books and testimony.
Dara Khosrowshahi compared the killing of Jamal Khashoggi by Saudi operatives to the death of a woman who was hit by a self-driving car. Later, he said the murder “was reprehensible and should not be forgotten or excused.”
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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.
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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Democrats seized the governorship from Republicans in Wisconsin, once a laboratory for conservative policymaking, but have so far struggled to get things done.
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