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Congresswoman Jackie Speier calls new evidence released by the House Judiciary Committee ‘explosive.’ House Dems released additional evidence in impeachment case, including phone records and documents from Giuliani associate Lev Parnas.

Hunger strikes tend to work only when governments fear the consequences. Mustafa Kassem’s death in Egypt is a grim example.

The beauty of physics and gravity

READ: Attkisson names names in refiled lawsuit over govt. computer intrusions

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Anthony De Caluwe, who says he was pretending to surveil Marie Yovanovitch, is also a director of this group making “efforts to help Humanity become a space-faring race through exploration, commercialization and colonization of our solar system & beyond.”

National Archives says it altered Trump signs, other messages in Women's March photo

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Joy Reid Body Language Expert Says Elizabeth Warren Was Telling the Truth: 'I Think Bernie's Lying'

Rotherham child sex abuse: Police watchdog upholds complaint

A 14-year-old girl who was kidnapped and sexually assaulted was able to alert her friends using Snapchat, San Jose police say.

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Scoops of the Day

!!! Despite a court order, the Justice Department is holding back Special Counsel Mueller memos regarding the interviews conducted with the President’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner. CNN and Buzzfeed won access to thousands of pages of Mueller’s witness memos.

JUST IN: New evidence filed by House Intel Committee shows frequent contact between Parnas and top Nunes aide Derek Harvey.

Harry and Meghan will no longer use their HRH titles and will not receive public funds for royal duties, palace says

The US national archives - the supposed official record and repository of the nation - is now blurring and censoring historic moments? erasing/editing history to appease the powerful or placate the easily offended. History is what it is.

These college football champions seemed…unamused by President Trump

Most dangerous places to live, 2019. 1. Brazil 2. South Africa 3. Nigeria 4. Argentina 5. India 6. Peru 7. Kenya 8. Ukraine 9. Turkey 10. Colombia 11. Mexico 12. UK 13. Egypt 14. Philippines 15. Italy 16. US 17. Indonesia 18. Greece 19. Kuwait 20. Thailand (InterNations)

Nunes aide communicated with Parnas about Ukraine campaign, messages show.

Update: According to Yang’s lawyer Anthony DePietro, now 15 women have contacted him saying they were sexually assaulted by Dr Robert Hadden, just like Evelyn Yang. This- less than 24 hours after our story aired. That’s 15 women plus the 32 who already filed a civil suit.

"It wasn't a question of his being worth it. The Constitution was worth it. He had to be impeached." Watch@NancyPelosi 's message for @realDonaldTrumpn  : #RealTime 

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Scoops of the Week

The global head of Human Rights Watch, Kenneth Roth, said he was denied entry to Hong Kong, where he was scheduled to launch the organization’s latest world report

K-pop band @bts_bighit  are appearing in London by video link to announce an ambitious series of contemporary art installations in five cities across four continents.

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Van Jones: “There was nothing I saw tonight that would be able to take Donald Trump out.”

Quite an admission from @Lawrence ⁩: “on MSNBC there will be no one defending [Trump.]” “Bc we don’t bring on liars,” he adds. So anyone who defends Trump is a liar, & MSNBC will never offer any defense for anything Trump does. Media is so broken.

Donald Trump posted a doctored photo with Democratic leaders dressed as Muslims. Trump’s press secretary said he did it to show that Democrats support terrorism. That offensive suggestion that all Muslims are terrorists must be condemned by Republican leaders. Beneath contempt.

Human Rights Watch says China is trying to censor critics abroad

What happened to an overworked doctor at a hospital in China

This French chef in The Times has produced the most French chef quote imaginable

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Ratan Tata at foundation stone laying ceremony of Indian Institute of Skills in Gandhinagar,Gujarat: Our Prime Minister,Home Minister&other members of govt have a vision for India. One can only be proud of what we have&support the govt that is as visionary as this govt has been.

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