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Jan 18, 2020

'It's going to be devastating': Senators gear up for no-talking, no-electronics impeachment trial rules
The impeachment trial of President Donald Trump will be an unusual event in more ways than one.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

New documents from Parnas reveal more on possible Yovanovitch surveillance, communication with Nunes aide
House Democrats on Friday released new documents from indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas ahead of the Senate trial that includes new information about the apparent surveillance of former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

Trump recounts minute-by-minute details of Soleimani strike to donors at Mar-a-Lago
President Trump recounted minute-by-minute details of the US strike that killed Iran's top military commander during remarks to high-dollar Republican donors gathered at his South Florida estate, according to audio obtained by CNN.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

Analysis: The Iowa caucuses look like a hot mess
First things first: The theme song of the week is Murder, She Wrote.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

The pain of losing civil rights icons in the Trump era
As America remembers Martin Luther King Jr. this weekend, it's hard to think about the slain reverend's shrinking number of surviving associates and immediate successors and not feel a distinct sadness.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

Here's why Amy Klobuchar and Andrew Yang supporters may be the most powerful Iowans on caucus night
The most consequential moment of the Iowa caucuses won't be the first time that people across the state line up in support of their preferred candidate on February 3.

CNN Politics
Jan 18, 2020

Republicans trying to ignore the many things we've learned since Trump was impeached
The big news closing the week was the unveiling of President Donald Trump's impeachment defense team and the release of more documents related to Lev Parnas, the indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani. And we'll have more on that in a moment.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Anti-abortion group announces $52 million budget to reelect Trump and anti-abortion Senate majority
A major anti-abortion group announced on Friday a $52 million budget in battleground states to reelect President Donald Trump and an anti-abortion Senate majority in 2020.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

READ: House Democrats release additional materials from Giuliani associate Lev Parnas


CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Evelyn Yang was assured justice. Here's how the doctor she says assaulted her went free
Evelyn Yang's revelation that she was sexually assaulted by her OB-GYN has renewed national focus on a sweetheart plea deal between Manhattan's district attorney and her former doctor.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Lev Parnas: Trump would've traded an endorsement for political dirt from Ukraine's ex-president Poroshenko
President Donald Trump's efforts to pressure the Ukrainian government included an attempted quid-pro-quo with then-Ukrainian President Petro Poroshenko, according to Lev Parnas, the indicted businessman who is a central figure in the impeachment scandal.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

This Baltimore courthouse is set to be renamed for the late Rep. Elijah Cummings
Just a few months after the passing of Rep. Elijah Cummings, Baltimore is honoring the former lawyer and lawmaker in a fitting way: renaming a courthouse.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

New impeachment documents show more texts about possible surveillance of former US ambassador to Ukraine
House Democrats on Friday released new documents from indicted Rudy Giuliani associate Lev Parnas ahead of the Senate trial that includes new information about the apparent surveillance of former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Former Rep. Chris Collins sentenced to 26 months in prison in insider trading case
Former New York Rep. Chris Collins was sentenced to 26 months in prison on Friday after pleading guilty to federal charges in an insider trading case.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Analysis: Why the Iowa caucuses could be a disaster
No one knows who is going to win the Iowa caucuses in 17 days' time.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

USDA proposes allowing 'more flexibility' in school lunches
The US Department of Agriculture on Friday announced two new proposals that would give school nutrition professionals "more flexibility" in what they serve to students.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Barr dropped into Giuliani meeting at Justice Department in previously undisclosed encounter
Attorney General William Barr briefly attended a meeting at the Justice Department last fall between top criminal prosecutors and President Donald Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani, a department official said Friday.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

READ: Justice Department releases 176 more pages of Mueller documents to CNN and BuzzFeed


CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

No. 2 US general says North Korea building new missiles 'as fast as anybody on the planet'
North Korea is "building new missiles, new capabilities, new weapons as fast as anybody on the planet," and learning from its mistakes as it makes advances in its missile programs, the No. 2 general at the Pentagon said Friday.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Senators brace for contentious Tuesday as impeachment trial begins in earnest
Senate leaders are preparing for a contentious session Tuesday that could stretch several hours as well as send the chamber into a closed session as Democrats try to force the GOP into accepting witness testimony and documents to be produced during the impeachment trial, according to multiple senators and other sources familiar with the planning.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

How Joe Biden defended his Iraq vote for years


CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

House chairman threatens to subpoena Pompeo over Iran policy hearing
The Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee on Friday threatened to subpoena the nation's top diplomat to testify about the Trump administration's policy in Iran and Iraq.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Democratic lawmakers visit camp in Mexico where migrants wait to claim asylum
Eighteen members of Congress descended on a Mexican camp sitting near the US border Friday where hundreds of migrants are waiting to claim asylum.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Supreme Court to decide if states can force presidential electors to vote for the state's winner
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to take up two cases related to the Electoral College concerning whether a state can bind a presidential elector to vote for the states' popular vote winner.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

She called CNN reporter 'liberal hack' over question ... then Fox host asked
Fox News host Laura Ingraham asks Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) about wanting witnesses in the Senate impeachment trial.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Early voting starts in Minnesota's presidential primaries
Minnesota's first presidential primaries in nearly 30 years starts Friday, as polling locations in the state begin accepting absentee ballots.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Top 2020 Democrats to face Iowa voters in CNN town halls one week before caucuses
The leading contenders for the Democratic presidential nomination will deliver closing arguments to Iowa voters in live, back-to-back CNN town halls airing on consecutive nights one week before the Iowa caucuses.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Pentagon announces foreign military trainees will face new restrictions following Pensacola attack
The Pentagon announced Friday that it is introducing new restrictions on international military students undergoing training in the US that will ban them from possessing firearms. The new rules follow December's deadly attack at a naval air station in Florida, which was carried out by a Saudi Air Force officer.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

The Point: This 2016 map doesn't say what Donald Trump thinks it does
During an event on school prayer on Thursday in the Oval Office, CNN's Betsy Klein spotted something interesting out on President Donald Trump's desk. It was a map.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

8 in 10 black voters say Trump is racist, new poll shows
More than eight in 10 African Americans believe President Donald Trump is racist and that he has contributed to making racism a bigger problem in the United States, according to a new Washington Post-Ipsos poll.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

The Point: Why Donald Trump is so obsessed with Michael Bloomberg
Michael Bloomberg appears to be living rent-free in President Donald Trump's head.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Senators prepare for contentious Tuesday session that could stretch hours and could go behind closed doors
Senate leaders are preparing for a contentious session Tuesday that could stretch several hours as well as send the chamber into a closed session as Democrats try to force the GOP into accepting witness testimony and documents to be produced during the impeachment trial, according to multiple senators and other sources familiar with the planning.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

McConnell tries to set trial rules as pressure building on vulnerable senators
It had been weeks since the House of Representatives passed articles of impeachment, and back home senators were getting pushed on what they believed a fair impeachment trial would look like.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Appeals court throws out lawsuit by children seeking to force action on climate crisis
A federal appeals court on Friday threw out a heavily promoted but long-shot lawsuit by a group of children and teenagers trying to force the federal government to take action to address the climate crisis.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

READ: 9th Circuit Appeals Court ruling in children's climate crisis lawsuit
The 9th US Circuit Court of Appeals on Friday threw out a lawsuit by a group of children trying to force the federal government to take action to address the climate crisis.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Trump gives LSU football team a championship welcome
President Donald Trump held a ceremony on Friday at the White House for the Louisiana State University football team to celebrate their recent national championship game win.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

A man challenged Tulsi Gabbard to a push-up contest. He lost.
Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard was taking questions from town hall attendees in New Hampshire on Thursday when a man in the crowd asked the Hawaii congresswoman and Iraq War veteran about former Vice President Joe Biden.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Lewinsky offers colorful remark in apparent response to Starr joining Trump defense team
The announcement that former independent counsel Ken Starr is joining President Donald Trump's impeachment defense team surprised many on Friday, but one person, apparently, had an especially notable reaction to the news.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Belated investigation into Justice leak and James Comey raises concern of political motives
Justice Department prosecutors are investigating a media leak tied to the FBI's Hillary Clinton email probe, a person familiar with the matter said, an unusually belated move that is prompting questions about political motivations since the new inquiry could involve one of the President Donald Trump's most vocal critics, James Comey.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

After more than 48 hours of silence, Pompeo says State will investigate possible surveillance of ex-US ambassador
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed on Friday he was not aware that former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch may have been surveilled while serving in Kiev.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

The Point: Donald Trump's favorite 2016 map is incredibly misleading
During an event on school prayer on Thursday in the Oval Office, CNN's Betsy Klein spotted something interesting out on President Donald Trump's desk. It was a map.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

The Point: Martha McSally's staggering cynicism
Virtue signaling is all the rage in politics these days.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Trump takes the next step in Judy Shelton's nomination to Federal Reserve board
President Donald Trump on Thursday officially nominated two picks to the Federal Reserve Board, including conservative scholar Judy Shelton, nearly seven months after first announcing his plans to fill the central banks' last two remaining board seats.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Trump expected to add Ken Starr and Alan Dershowitz to impeachment defense team
President Donald Trump plans to add three seasoned lawyers to his impeachment legal defense team, people familiar with the matter said, including Kenneth Starr, the hard-charging prosecutor investigation whose work led to President Bill Clinton's impeachment.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Panel of South Carolina black voters give their take on Democratic race
A group of black Democratic voters from South Carolina shared their thoughts on the 2020 Democratic field with CNN ahead of the state's primary in late February.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

It's Michelle Obama's birthday. And her husband wants you to know it
Former first lady Michelle Obama turns 56 today. And her husband is here to make sure we all know it.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Pompeo says he wasn't aware of possible surveillance of ex-US ambassador
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo claimed on Friday he was not aware that former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch may have been surveilled while serving in Kiev.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Washington Post: Trump called top military brass in 2017 a 'bunch of dopes and babies'
President Donald Trump reprimanded his top military brass in a 2017 meeting at the Pentagon, calling them a "bunch of dopes and babies" and telling them "you're all losers," according to a forthcoming book by two Washington Post reporters.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

They're with the 2020 candidates every day... and have caught it all on camera
They've swapped their houses for hotel rooms, attended 2,000 campaign events (and counting) and routinely spend more time with presidential candidates than they do with their own families. Here's what they can tell us about the 2020 candidates.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

'Law & Order' star Sam Waterston endorses Michael Bloomberg
Former "Law & Order" star Sam Waterston announced his endorsement of Michael Bloomberg on Friday, saying he believes the former New York City mayor is the best candidate to address the climate crisis.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Pete Buttigieg picks up the pace in Iowa as impeachment keeps others away
Pete Buttigieg had Iowa all to himself on Thursday. He responded by hitting the gas.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Impeachment trial of President Trump


CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Teens in Maryland can get birth control without parental permission. Some lawmakers want to change that
Maryland is one of 23 states, along with Washington, DC, where minors can get birth control without their parents' knowledge or approval.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Chief Justice John Roberts prepares to take the stage for impeachment trial
Known for his golden resume and powers of persuasion, John Roberts was named chief justice of the United States at the age of 50. In the 15 years since, he's hewed to his conservative roots but moved warily on some cases to shield the reputation of the Supreme Court.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Analysis: Republicans on the spot as Senate braces for impeachment drama
There's nowhere left for Republicans senators to hide.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Republicans on the spot as Senate braces for impeachment drama
There's nowhere left for Republicans senators to hide.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Delaware GOP leader ousted after comment singling out Jewish supporters of Trump impeachment
A Republican Party leader in Delaware has been kicked out of office after making a comment on Facebook that her colleagues called anti-Semitic.

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Exclusive: Evelyn Yang reveals she was sexually assaulted by her OB-GYN while pregnant
Wife of presidential candidate Andrew Yang says she and other survivors never got justice after doctor avoided jail time

CNN Politics
Jan 17, 2020

Analysis: Senators swear impeachment oath amid new allegations of White House lawbreaking
Ninety-nine US senators were sworn in Thursday and, with their right hands raised, pledged to do "impartial justice" in the impeachment trial of Donald John Trump. (The 100th, Oklahoma's James Inhofe, was back home dealing with a family medical issue and will be sworn in next week.)

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Trump has a pattern of lying about who he knows. Erin Burnett rolls the tape
CNN's Erin Burnett says President Donald Trump has a pattern of lying when it comes to who and what he knows.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Lev Parnas says he watched Trump tell aide to fire the US ambassador to Ukraine
Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, told CNN he witnessed President Donald Trump telling a top aide that the US ambassador to Ukraine should be fired.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Pence urges Senate Democrats to flip on impeachment in op-ed
Vice President Mike Pence urged Senate Democrats to break ranks and "stand up against" the articles of impeachment in a Wall Street Journal op-ed comparing the Senate trial of President Donald Trump to President Andrew Johnson's impeachment trial in 1868.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

US troops were injured in Iran missile attack despite Pentagon initially saying there were no casualties
Several US service members were injured during last week's Iranian missile attack on Al-Asad airbase in Iraq despite the Pentagon initially saying that no casualties had taken place.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Florida Supreme Court rules some released felons must pay off fines before voting
The Florida Supreme Court on Thursday sided with the state's GOP governor by ruling that certain released felons must pay all fines and fees associated with their convictions before their right to vote is restored.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Lev Parnas says he watched Trump fire the US ambassador to Ukraine
Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudy Giuliani, told CNN that he witnessed President Donald Trump telling a top aide that the US ambassador to Ukraine should be fired.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Evelyn Yang reveals she was sexually assaulted by her OB-GYN while pregnant
Wife of presidential candidate Andrew Yang says she and other survivors never got justice after doctor avoided jail time

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

DHS has requested Pentagon assistance to build 270 miles of border wall
The Pentagon received a Department of Homeland Security request Wednesday to build and pay for hundreds of additional miles of border wall on the southwest border, according to the Department of Defense.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Saudi Arabia has paid $500M toward the cost of US troops in country
Saudi Arabia has paid the US approximately $500 million to begin to cover the cost of US troops operating in the country, according to a US official.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

8 senators to watch in the impeachment trial
On Thursday, it became official: The Senate impeachment trial into President Donald Trump is underway.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

The Point: 8 senators to watch in the impeachment trial
On Thursday, it became official: The Senate impeachment trial into President Donald Trump is underway.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

States sue USDA over new food stamps work requirement
The District of Columbia and New York state filed a lawsuit along with 14 other states against the US Department of Agriculture on Thursday challenging new Trump administration regulations that will require more food stamp recipients to work in order to receive benefits.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Trump admin updates public school prayer guidance on National Religious Freedom Day
The Trump administration on Thursday announced it is updating federal guidance for prayer in public schools and other initiatives aimed at protecting religious freedom, which administration officials said are aimed at reducing discrimination against people and groups of faith.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Trump administration updates public school prayer guidance on National Religious Freedom Day
The Trump administration on Thursday announced it is updating federal guidance for prayer in public schools and other initiatives aimed at protecting religious freedom, which administration officials said are aimed at reducing discrimination against people and groups of faith.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Rep. Ayanna Pressley reveals she has alopecia: 'It's important I'm transparent about this new normal'
Rep. Ayanna Pressley of Massachusetts on Thursday publicly revealed for the first time that she has an autoimmune disease that causes hair loss.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Pompeo stonewalls as evidence emerges of possible surveillance of ex-Ukraine ambassador
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has maintained a persistent silence as stunning new evidence has emerged suggesting the former ambassador to Ukraine may have been illegally surveilled before she was forced out of her job by President Donald Trump.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Schumer: I saw senators 'visibly gulp'
Senate Minority leader Chuck Schumer delivers his statement regarding the impending Senate impeachment trial for charges against President Donald Trump.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Investigation requested into Michigan senator accused of making inappropriate remark to female reporter
The Democratic and Republican leaders of the Michigan state Senate requested a sexual harassment investigation Wednesday into a Republican senator after a female reporter said he remarked that male high school students could "have a lot of fun" with her.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Trump continues to insist he doesn't know Guiliani associate Parnas
President Donald Trump continues to insist he doesn't know Lev Parnas, an associate of Trump's personal attorney who now says the President was aware of efforts to surface dirt on political rivals.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Nunes now says he talked to key Ukraine figure, after suggesting he hadn't
The top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee admitted Wednesday to speaking on the phone with a key figure in the Ukraine scandal after previously saying such a conversation would have been "very unlikely."

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Intelligence officials ask Congress not to hold threats hearings after angering Trump last year
US intelligence officials have quietly asked the Senate and House Intelligence Committees not to hold public hearings on this year's World Wide Threats Assessment after testimony from agency chiefs last year prompted an angry response from President Donald Trump, according to a source familiar.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

The Point: Why we shouldn't stop talking about the Sanders-Warren fight
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren is done talking about her back-and-forth -- in which each candidate said the other called them a liar -- with Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders after the seventh presidential debate Tuesday night in Iowa.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

It may be the end of Trump using R.E.M. songs at his rallies, as we know it
R.E.M. is not feeling fine.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Fact-checking Republican Sen. Susan Collins' confusing comments about the new documents from Lev Parnas
Republican Sen. Susan Collins, a pivotal swing vote in the fight over whether to allow new witnesses during the Senate's impeachment trial, appears much less interested in considering new evidence from indicted Ukrainian-American businessman Lev Parnas.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

FAA should continue controversial delegating of safety reviews to industry, panel concludes
A special panel reviewing how the Federal Aviation Administration certifies aircraft recommended the agency continue delegating some safety reviews to manufacturers, including Boeing, despite criticism over that process following two 737 MAX crashes that killed hundreds of people.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Controversial Trump tax break under investigation by Treasury watchdog
The Treasury Department's inspector general has opened an inquiry into a controversial tax break used by close allies of President Donald Trump.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

FBI investigators visit Robert Hyde's home and office
FBI investigators went to the home and business of Connecticut congressional candidate Robert Hyde, who has been caught up in the scandal about efforts to remove US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch from Ukraine on Thursday.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Michael Flynn's sentencing postponed after he asks to change his guilty plea
Michael Flynn's sentencing is delayed again.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Senate impeachment trial of Donald Trump officially begins
The third Senate impeachment trial of a US president in history convened on Thursday with the reading of the two impeachment articles charging President Donald Trump with abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

GOP Senator calls CNN reporter 'liberal hack'
Sen. Martha McSally (R-AZ) called CNN's Manu Raju a "liberal hack" when asked about considering new evidence for President Trump's impeachment trial in the Senate.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

The Point: Tom Steyer's painfully awkward handshake timing
Tom Steyer has struggled for months for relevance in the 2020 presidential race. On Tuesday night he got it, albeit very briefly -- and not at all the way he probably envisioned.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Connecticut GOP chair calls for Robert Hyde to drop out of House race
The chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party is calling for congressional candidate Robert Hyde to drop out of the race after revelations that Hyde was involved in the Ukraine scandal that has led to President Donald Trump's impeachment.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Senate approves Trump trade deal
Senators of both parties are expected to come together Thursday morning to pass the Trump administration's foremost legislative priority -- the revised North American Free Trade Agreement -- with the historic impeachment trial of President Donald Trump imminent.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

The Point: Ranking the Top 5 Democrats in the 2020 race
You can pore over every national and early state poll. You can interview dozens of voters in Iowa and New Hampshire. You can talk to all the campaigns about their detailed voter ID and turnout efforts.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Progressive groups call for unity as Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders feud
Leading progressive groups are issuing a call for unity as the public rift between Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren widens ahead of the first round of Democratic presidential primary voting.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

READ: GAO concludes OMB violated law in withholding Ukraine aid


CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Liz Cheney won't run for US Senate seat from Wyoming
Rep. Liz Cheney, a Wyoming Republican and member of GOP House leadership, will not run for Senate in 2020, her office told CNN on Thursday morning.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Watchdog concludes Trump administration broke law by withholding Ukraine aid
The Government Accountability Office says the Trump administration broke the law when it withheld US security aid to Ukraine last year that had been appropriated by Congress -- an issue at the center of the impeachment of President Donald Trump.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

The Point: Tom Steyer REALLY just wants to say 'hi'
Tom Steyer has struggled for months for relevance in the 2020 presidential race. On Tuesday night he got it, albeit very briefly -- and not at all the way he probably envisioned.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Ukraine probing possible surveillance of ex-US ambassador
Police in Ukraine are investigating the possible surveillance of former US Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch, the country's Interior Ministry announced Thursday.

CNN Politics
Jan 16, 2020

Florida to purchase 20,000 acres of Everglades wetlands to protect from oil drilling
Florida has reached a deal with a real estate company to acquire 20,000 acres of the Everglades that is slated for oil production in order to protect the wetlands, Florida's governor announced Wednesday.

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