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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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Adam Gase’s Job as Jets Coach Safe Despite Losses, C.E.O. Says

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The Associated Press FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Adam Gase is staying put as the coach of the New York Jets. Not just this season. But, next season, too. Team chairman and chief executive Christopher Johnson announced Wednesday that Gase’s job is safe and he will remain the coach in...
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Impeachment Hearings Open With Revelation on Trump’s Ukraine Pressure

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The public hearings marked a turning point for House Democrats from which they are unlikely to turn back. After months of pursuit of Mr. Trump and years of Democratic agony over his flouting of political norms, the Ukraine inquiry now appear to have too much momentum to be turned back...
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Deval Patrick Tells Democrats He Will Run in 2020 Presidential Race

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NEW ORLEANS — Former Gov. Deval Patrick of Massachusetts told senior Democrats Wednesday that he will enter the presidential race, according to two party officials, reversing his decision last year to forgo a run and adding yet more volatility to an unusually fluid Democratic primary. Mr. Patrick was calling a...
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After Heart Attack, Bernie Sanders Takes Long Walks and Eats Salads

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“I do think his age is playing into peoples’ decision, as well as perceived electability,” said Rachel Bly, the Democratic chairwoman in Poweshiek County, Iowa. Ms. Warren, she added, was “seen as more electable.” With that in mind, Mr. Sanders has displayed newfound determination to prove his resilience, an objective...
New York Times - Sports

For Coaches at V.C.U., Moving on Ultimately Means a Return Visit

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Jon Rothstein Being the men’s basketball coach at Virginia Commonwealth University means holding a position that comes with great attention and the potential to move on to more prestigious coaching jobs. It also comes with a major caveat: Coming back if you decide to leave. V.C.U. hired Jeff Capel, who...
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Who Is Bill 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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Read George Kent’s Prepared Opening Statement From the Impeachment Hearing

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• Later, I became aware that Hunter Biden was on the board of Burisma. Soon after that, in a briefing call with the national security staff in the Office of the Vice President, in February 2015, I raised my concern that Hunter Biden’s status as board member could create the...
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Who Is George Kent? State Dept. Official Who Described Trump’s Actions as ‘Wrong for the Rule of Law’

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WASHINGTON — As the senior State Department official in charge of Ukraine, George P. Kent was so alarmed by what he viewed as President Trump’s efforts to initiate “politically motivated prosecutions” there that he wrote a memo about it over the summer — weeks before an anonymous whistle-blower’s explosive complaint...

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