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Jan 18, 2020

POLITICO Playbook: How fast could the impeachment trial be?


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Jan 18, 2020

Rod Rosenstein says he made call to release Strzok-Page texts
Peter Strzok and Lisa Page filed separate lawsuits against the Justice Department last year.

Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Road to peace in Libya goes through Turkey


Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Prayers and pixie dust as EU powers try to save Iran deal


Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Spy suspect had security clearance withdrawn while serving as EU ambassador


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Jan 18, 2020

UK to celebrate Brexit with flags and ‘light display'


Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Opinion | Mike Bloomberg Likes to Watch
The billionaire centrist goes to extremes on one issue: governmental scrutiny of our private lives.

Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Buttigieg tries to recapture Iowa magic
The Democrat is laying off his rivals and pitching unity ahead of the Iowa caucuses.

Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Never Trumpers flame out
Joe Walsh and Bill Weld have failed to file in many of the states where GOP presidential primaries will be held this year.

Politico
Jan 18, 2020

Trump's impeachment, starring Bill Clinton
Trump is the one fighting to keep his job, but it can feel like the entire country is reliving the last presidential impeachment.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Dershowitz plays down role on Trump impeachment team
Dershowitz said he will serve in a "limited" capacity and will not be a part of the president's tactical strategic team.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

House releases new impeachment evidence linking Nunes aide to Parnas
Text messages show an aide to the California congressman asking Parnas to pursue several lines of inquiry with his Ukrainian contacts.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

'Make Iran Great Again!': Trump hits back after Khamenei's jibe
The remarks come in apparent response to Khamenei's sermon earlier Friday, where he lambasted the United States for the recent killing of Iranian Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

‘Make Iran Great Again!': Trump hits back after Khamenei's gibe
The remarks come in apparent response to the Iranian leader's sermon earlier Friday, in which he lambasted the United States for the recent killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Political fundraiser gets 3-year prison sentence for fraud
Kelley Rogers, former president of the consulting firm Strategic Campaign Group, pleaded guilty last year to wire fraud in one of the first cases of its kind.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Big Tech's 'bully' tactics stifle competition, smaller rivals tell Congress
Executives detailed allegations of intellectual property theft, attempts to block them from platforms and efforts to seemingly drive them out of business.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Collins sentenced to 26 months for insider trading scheme


Politico
Jan 17, 2020

New criteria announced for New Hampshire debate
All six of the candidates who participated in the January debate have already qualified — if they are still in the race after the Iowa caucuses.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump berates Azar over bad health care polling
The president's frustration with his health secretary sparked a flurry of new planning on election-year drug pricing initiatives.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Biden, Buttigieg grant big donors access at weekend campaign retreats
Both candidates have built large benches of fundraisers they'll rely on through the slew of expensive early-state contests.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Justices to consider faithless electors, ahead of 2020 vote
The justices will hear arguments in April and should issue a decision by late June.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Supreme Court will again review Obamacare birth control mandate
Supreme Court will revisit birth control benefit, this time with Trump justices on the bench.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Opinion | The Real Way to Prevent a Repeat of What Just Happened With Iran
Rebuking Trump is not enough. Congress needs to define "imminence" for future administrations.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Republicans weigh aggressive impeachment trial schedule
Trump's trial could be far shorter than Clinton's.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Ex-Guantanamo commander convicted of lying about man's death
A federal jury in Jacksonville convicted Navy Capt. John R. Nettleton on charges of obstruction of justice, concealing material facts, falsifying records and making false statements.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Opinion | The U.S.-China Trade Deal Was Not Even a Modest Win
It's generous to even call it a deal.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

‘Clever': Biden plays the Obama card
Biden's latest ad borrows from the former president's speech praising his vice president before awarding him the Medal of Freedom.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

POLITICO Playbook PM: Martha's Vineyard's finest joins Trump's legal team
And the first early in-person votes are cast in Minnesota's presidential primary.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump accuses Dems of using impeachment trial to hurt Sanders campaign
The president is suggesting Nancy Pelosi orchestrated the timing of the trial to give Joe Biden a boost.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump's impeachment defense team to include Kenneth Starr, Alan Dershowitz
Pam Bondi, the former Florida attorney general and Jane Raskin will also join the team.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump finally gets his TV-ready lawyers — thanks to impeachment
The president tapped a lineup of celebrity lawyers, including some who spent years needling the Clintons, for his Senate impeachment trial.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Biden: Tech's liability shield ‘should be revoked' immediately
Biden singled out Facebook and its CEO Mark Zuckerberg during an interview with the New York Times.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump jabs at ‘Mini Mike Bloomberg' for debate stage absence
The president tweeted that the former New York mayor "is a terrible debater and speaker."

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

11 U.S. troops evacuated from Iraq base after Trump claimed none 'were harmed'
While no troops were killed in the strike on Iraq's Al-Asad air base, "several were treated for concussion symptoms from the blast and are still being assessed."

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Here's what's next in the Senate impeachment trial


Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Top Iran leader: Trump is a ‘clown' who will betray Iranians
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said Trump would "push a poisonous dagger" into the backs of the Iranian people.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Biden picks up endorsement from key black lawmaker
Sewell said Biden is the preferred candidate of the base of the Democratic Party: black women.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

POLITICO Playbook: 2 Senate impeachment trial moments to watch
And Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders try to move on as their conflict shakes the 2020 primary.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

The #MAGA Lawyer Behind Michael Flynn's Scorched-Earth Legal Strategy
Flynn went from cooperating with prosecutors to blaming them—and potentially facing prison. Sidney Powell is a big reason why.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Democrats stop betting on a Biden implosion
Rival campaigns are working to persuade Iowa caucus-goers to shift support to someone other than Biden if their candidates fall short on Feb. 3.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Trump gets huge boost from anti-abortion group
The Susan B. Anthony List and its partner PAC will launch the $52 million effort to back the president's reelection and protect Senate Republicans' majority.

Politico
Jan 17, 2020

Impeachment trial schedule: Upcoming proceedings
Here's what we know about when everything will go down. Check back periodically for updates.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Lev Parnas: Trump tried to fire Yovanovitch multiple times
The indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani spoke to MSNBC and offered more details into the campaign to push Ukraine into investigating the Bidens.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Georgia election systems could have been hacked before 2016 vote
Georgia has already been at the center of questions about voter security, due to the fact that the state has used insecure paperless voting machines since 2002.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Warren and Bernie try to move on as conflict shakes 2020 primary
But fully exorcising the spat that led to their post-debate confrontation is proving more difficult than simply saying it's over.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Here's what the Parnas revelations mean for Trump
What's Lev Parnas up to? How strong is his new evidence? Are there more bombshells coming?

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Florida lawmaker backs Bloomberg
Rep. Stephanie Murphy is the second House Democrat this week to endorse the former New York mayor's unconventional bid for president.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Bernie 'will play dirty': Ex-Vermont governor slams Sanders
Democrat Peter Shumlin, who has endorsed Joe Biden, weighed in on the disagreement between Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Microsoft to ax carbon emissions in new climate push
The company said it would increase its internal carbon price and extend it to suppliers to achieve the goal

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Bloomberg makes his case to Dems on Capitol Hill
The billionaire New Yorker pitched himself to lawmakers as a centrist who can invest heavily in swing states against Trump.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Trump vigorously denies knowing Lev Parnas after explosive claims
The indicted Rudy Giuliani associate said in a TV interview that Trump was fully aware of his Ukraine activities.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Biden says he would consider O'Rourke or Castro as running mates
'My plea to both of them is that they stay engaged,' Biden said in an interview.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

14 states sue Trump administration over food stamp rule
The lawsuit argues that USDA unlawfully limited states' discretion to exempt certain adults from work requirements for an extended period of time based on local employment conditions.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Pelosi hammers Facebook: ‘They don't care about truth'
Pelosi accused the company of serving as 'accomplices for misleading the American people with money from God knows where.'

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Parnas and Ukraine aid bombshells jolt impeachment trial
A series of revelations are giving Democrats new ammunition to prosecute their case against Trump.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

House to pass $3.4B disaster aid package for Puerto Rico
It will include $100 million for education, $1.25 billion for highways and $2 billion in community development money the Department of Housing and Urban Development distributes through grants to aid recovery.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Flynn sentencing delayed amid bid to withdraw guilty plea
The president's former national security adviser has shifted to a confrontational legal strategy after cooperating with the government for over a year.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Senate passes USMCA, but much work remains
It'll take years of costly work before American workers and businesses begin to benefit from the new trade pact with Mexico and Canada.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

‘Bulls---': Buttigieg chafes at criticism over McKinsey work
The New York Times editorial board challenged the Democratic presidential candidate on his much-scrutinized corporate consulting experience.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Senate kicks off historic Trump impeachment trial
It's only the third presidential impeachment trial in U.S. history.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

McConnell mocks Pelosi for commemorative pens on impeachment articles
The Senate is preparing to begin the impeachment trial, with Supreme Court Justice John Roberts set to swear in senators.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Impeachment trial will kick off with battle over witnesses
Schumer says he'll likely force votes on witnesses on Tuesday.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

EU trade chief urges reset in U.S. relationship amid tensions
In a speech in Washington, the trade commissioner said the two economic powers needed to take on the rise of China and other international issues.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

EU trade chief: Effort to ease tensions with U.S. off to 'good start'
In a speech in Washington, the trade commissioner said the two economic powers needed to take on the rise of China and other international issues.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Ukraine probes possible surveillance of U.S. ambassador
The interior ministry has called on the FBI to help shed light on ‘possible criminal offense.'

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Trump to underline his support for school prayer as he courts evangelicals
"This places religious student groups on equal footing with secular student groups at public institutions of higher education," said an administration official.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Trump to underline his support for school prayer, religious freedom
"This places religious student groups on equal footing with secular student groups at public institutions of higher education," said an administration official.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Industry-led 737 MAX panel defends Boeing, FAA
The panel, chartered by DOT Secretary Elaine Chao, strongly defended the FAA program that allows manufacturers to certify large swaths of their own planes with FAA oversight.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

White House violated the law by freezing Ukraine aid, GAO says
House Democrats have said the Ukraine aid pause is part of a broader "pattern of abuse" by the White House budget office.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Liz Cheney says she won't run for Senate seat
"I believe I can have the biggest impact for the people of Wyoming by remaining in leadership in the House of Representatives," she said in a statement.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

How the Iowa caucuses work
The way Iowa Democrats vote is very different than most other states — and that could have a say in who emerges as the winner.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Trump is not the cause of cooling EU-U.S. ties, says Merkel
America's focus on Europe 'is declining' — and 'that will be the case under any president,' the German chancellor says.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Ukraine opens probe of possible surveillance of ambassador
The announcement came two days after Democratic lawmakers released a trove of documents that showed Lev Parnas communicating about Marie Yovanovitch's removal.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

What to expect on Day One of Trump's impeachment trial


Politico
Jan 16, 2020

An illustrated guide to the Iowa caucuses
How they work and why we still do them.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Left launches bid to unify Sanders, Warren camps
The progressive groups are concerned about the rift.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

POLITICO Playbook: Parnas drops an 11th-hour bombshell, plus Pelosi's cash haul
And CNN publishes audio of Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders' heated onstage exchange after Tuesday's debate.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

The caucus change that has Iowa bracing for a hot mess
The release of raw vote totals for the first time could give multiple candidates grist to claim victory.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

A Surprising Solution to the Impeachment Morass
Stop the trial—and focus on passing meaningful election-interference legislation instead.

Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Cuomo spends debate night on an island — literally


Politico
Jan 16, 2020

Conservative vets launch ads urging Afghanistan withdrawal
Voters in Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania are targeted in a new push.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

12 Americans who tried to ruin the British monarchy


Politico
Jan 15, 2020

House GOP upgrading Democratic defector
New Jersey's Jeff Van Drew is expected to land on the House Education and Labor Committee.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Warren to Sanders: 'I think you just called me a liar on national television'


Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Warren-Sanders audio leaks: 'I think you called me a liar on national TV'
Both accused the other of challenging their integrity.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Lev Parnas: Trump ‘knew exactly what was going on' in Ukraine
The associate of Rudy Giuliani also leveled accusations against Vice President Mike Pence and Attorney General William Barr.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Lev Parnas: Trump knew everything
The associate of Rudy Giuliani said the president was fully aware of his actions in Ukraine.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Parnas associate Robert Hyde accused of stalking, erratic behavior
But it's unclear whether he actually organized the surveillance of former ambassador Marie Yovanovitch.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Opinion | How Democrats Are Botching the Fight Over Impeachment Witnesses—and Republicans, Too
The House has been in an awkward situation ever since the pace of its investigation diverged from the pace of its impeachment.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

'It's so bad': How Warren and Klobuchar are navigating sexism
The two last viable female candidates have adopted markedly different strategies for dealing with the challenges of running as a woman.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Intel agencies push to close threats hearing after Trump outburst
Last year the president told intelligence officials to 'go back to school' after the annual Worldwide Threats hearing.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

How Putin plans to stay on


Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Sanders-Warren dispute jolts Bernie's base into action
"This is not what Sanders and his campaign want to be talking about," said one Democrat.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Warren-Sanders dispute jolts Bernie's base into action
‘This is not what Sanders and his campaign want to be talking about,' said one Democrat.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Impeachment articles signed and delivered to the Senate


Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Democrats plan $50M campaign to flip state legislatures before redistricting
The plan is backed by both Democratic megadonors as well as small-dollar donors giving online.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Rand Paul threatens fellow Republicans with explosive witness votes
The Kentucky senator is vowing to squeeze vulnerable GOP incumbents if they side with Democrats during Trump's impeachment trial.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Republicans break with Robert Hyde, latest player in Ukraine drama
House leaders say they don't support the Connecticut candidate, who's wrapped up with an indicted associate of Rudy Giuliani.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

Trump hypes modest China deal, distracting from impeachment
In a preview of a 2020 strategy, Trump dressed up an incremental step as a big win, all while Democrats bashed him as corrupt just miles away.

Politico
Jan 15, 2020

House Dems release more Parnas evidence
The evidence includes voice mail messages Parnas received from Giuliani and Victoria Toensing.

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