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Elizabeth Warren Singles Out Billionaires in New TV Ad

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WASHINGTON — Senator Elizabeth Warren has found a favorite set of adversaries in the 2020 presidential race: America’s billionaires. In a new TV ad, Ms. Warren singles out a series of billionaires who have spoken out against her, showing footage of them and repeating her call for a wealth tax...
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Impeachment Briefing: What Happened on Day 1 of Public Hearings

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This is the Impeachment Briefing, The Times’s newsletter about the impeachment investigation. Sign up here to get it in your inbox every weeknight. William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, and George P. Kent, a senior State Department official, were the first public witnesses of the impeachment...
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Behind a Star Witness, Democrats Take Their Impeachment Case to the Public

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WASHINGTON — William B. Taylor Jr. was the witness that Democrats had hoped Robert S. Mueller III would be but was not — the image, at least, of a wise, fatherly figure with Kevlar credibility expressing restrained but unmistakable disapproval of what he found when he turned over the rock....
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On Capitol Hill, Old-School Washington Keeps Circus at Bay

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WASHINGTON — After so much noise, a formal feeling fell upon the Capitol. The civil servants had entered the room. In a sense, seriousness itself stood trial on Wednesday as William B. Taylor Jr., the top American diplomat in Ukraine, and George P. Kent, a top State Department official, strode...
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Colin Kaepernick Has Not Been Told Who Will Attend His Workout

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Ken Belson Colin Kaepernick’s long road back to the N.F.L. has hit another snag. The N.F.L. has declined to provide Kaepernick, the former San Francisco 49ers quarterback, with a list of who will attend a workout that the league scheduled for him on Saturday, according to a person familiar with...
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What We Learned From the First Day of Public Impeachment Hearings

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WASHINGTON — The House of Representatives held its inaugural open impeachment hearing on Wednesday, taking public testimony for the first time since endorsing the formal inquiry into allegations against President Trump. William B. Taylor Jr., the top United States diplomat in Ukraine, and George P. Kent, a senior State Department...
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Roger Stone Lied to Protect Trump, Prosecutors Argue at Trial

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According to the prosecutors, Mr. Stone falsely named Randy Credico, a New York radio host, as his go-between with WikiLeaks in July and August 2016. In fact, they said, he was relying on an author and conspiracy theorist named Jerome Corsi. Mr. Stone also falsely told the committee that he...
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Court Rejects Trump’s Appeal in Fight to Keep Financial Records From Congress

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WASHINGTON — A full federal appeals court on Wednesday let stand an earlier ruling that President Trump’s accounting firm must turn over eight years of his financial records to Congress, bringing the case to the threshold of a likely Supreme Court battle. In the latest of a string of court...
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Bryan Brothers Will Retire From Tennis After 2020 U.S. Open

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Ben Rothenberg Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, the twins who are far and away the most successful American men in professional tennis over the past two decades, announced Wednesday that they planned to end their careers at next year’s United States Open. Starting at the 2003 French Open, the Bryans...
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Elizabeth Warren Singles Out Billionaires in New TV Ad

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WASHINGTON — Senator Elizabeth Warren has found a favorite set of adversaries in the 2020 presidential race: America’s billionaires. In a new TV ad, Ms. Warren singles out a series of billionaires who have criticized her, showing footage of them and repeating her call for a wealth tax on the...
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Jacob deGrom Wins Second Straight Cy Young Award

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Kevin Armstrong Shortly after pitcher Jacob deGrom signed a contract extension worth $137.5 million with the Mets on the eve of opening day in March, his father, Tony, waited for him in a room off the lobby at the Ritz-Carlton in Arlington, Va. Tony deGrom considered his son’s accomplishments a...
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Read William Taylor’s Prepared Opening Statement From the Impeachment Hearing

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Although I spent the morning of July 26 with President Zelensky and other Ukrainian officials, the first summary of the July 25 Trump-Zelensky call that I heard from anybody inside the U.S. government was during a phone call I had with Tim Morrison, Dr. Hill’s recent replacement at the NSC,...
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Who Is Ambassador Taylor? Key Witness in the Impeachment Inquiry

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WASHINGTON — A Vietnam War veteran with decades of diplomatic experience, William B. Taylor Jr. has provided some of the sharpest objections so far to the Trump administration’s shadow foreign policy campaign in Ukraine. At the State Department, Mr. Taylor is known for candor — even if it puts him...

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