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Portland City Council voted unanimously in favor of a resolution blocking the local police bureau from working with federal officers in the city.
To revive the economy, Joe Biden wants to build his own New Deal with an array of proposals to strengthen the social safety net and revive prosperity. The big question: Is he up to the challenge?
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The House Speaker has reiterated she has no intention to hold a floor vote and stated her belief that one is not required to launch an impeachment inquiry—a conviction that is backed by legal experts and the Constitution.
Roger Stone's Statement to Congress, Dissected by a Federal Prosecutor.
Arkema, the company whose Houston-area chemical plant spewed "noxious" smoke on Thursday, successfully pressed Trump administration regulators to delay new safety measures.
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While Trump's lies cost all of us, even he can't escape the damage he's doing.
Palin says Alaska supplies 20 percent of U.S. energy. Not true. Not even close.
A round-up of this morning's must-read stories.CAMPAIGNS ADJUST THEIR PACE TO MEET SHORT SEASON(Adam Nagourney, New York Times)Senators John McCain and Barack Obama are confronting a sharply abbreviated general election campaign season, the product of the late nominating conventions and a boom in early voting in tightly contested states.
A round-up of this morning's must-read stories.CLINTON REPLACES TOP AIDE AMID LOSSES(Anne E. Kornblut and Dan Balz, Washington Post)Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton shook up her presidential campaign yesterday, replacing campaign manager and longtime aide Patti Solis Doyle with Maggie Williams, her former White House chief of staff, in an acknowledgment of the unexpectedly difficult struggle in which she finds herself against Sen.
In his speech to the nation Tuesday night, the president never mentioned his name. Very few people do these days, except to bash him. L. Paul Bremer III is still harshly criticized in most popular accounts of the Iraq occupation as an American viceroy who never understood the country he was trying to reconstitute and who made serious mistakes that helped to foment the insurgency, such as disbanding the Iraqi Army.