Prince Harry: ‘No other option’ but to cut royal ties

Prince Harry says he felt “great sadness” but found “no other option” than to cut almost all of his and his wife Meghan’s royal ties in the hopes of achieving a more peaceful life.

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Pomp and censorship: Trump impeachment trial already reveals a broken America | Will Bunch

Bullying and caging journalists, with closed-door debates by senators who've already broken their oath to be impartial. Is this any way to impeach a president?
Opinion

Pomp and censorship: Trump impeachment trial already reveals a broken America | Will Bunch

Bullying and caging journalists, with closed-door debates by senators who've already broken their oath to be impartial. Is this any way to impeach a president?

Illegal crossings plunge as U.S. extends policy across border

Illegal border crossings have plummeted after the Trump administration made more asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court.

Illegal crossings plunge as U.S. extends policy across border

Illegal border crossings have plummeted after the Trump administration made more asylum-seekers wait in Mexico for hearings in U.S. immigration court.

Trump’s strong-arm foreign policy tactics create tensions with U.S. friends and foes

When President Donald Trump decided early in his administration to pressure fellow NATO members to spend more on their military budgets, he threatened to pull out of the alliance.

Trump’s strong-arm foreign policy tactics create tensions with U.S. friends and foes

When President Donald Trump decided early in his administration to pressure fellow NATO members to spend more on their military budgets, he threatened to pull out of the alliance.
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No escape: Senators to be quiet, unplugged for Trump trial

100 senators will sit at their desks for hours on end to hear from House prosecutors, Trump’s defense team and possibly a series of witnesses.

House Democrats to outline case for removing Trump from office

The submission of the legal brief, due by 5 p.m. Saturday, follows the latest revelations in the case against Trump.

Pennsylvania’s presidential election could be too close to call for days because of a new law

The law makes it highly likely that many, if not most, of Pennsylvania’s absentee ballots will be missing from election night results.

Trump privately detailed the Soleimani airstrike to donors at Mar-a-Lago fund-raiser

President Donald Trump delivered a dramatic account of the airstrike that killed Iranian Gen. Qasem Soleimani, joked that he doesn't care if construction projects kill all the rattlesnakes and noted his indifference to the budget during a private dinner with deep-pocketed donors Friday night at Mar-a-Lago, according to audio files obtained by The Washington Post.

Impeachment lands Sen. Susan Collins in familiar spot: Crosshairs

With Senate trial proceedings starting Tuesday, the moderate Maine Republican says she'll probably support a motion to call witnesses, aligning herself with Democrats.

Nunes aide communicated with Parnas about Ukraine campaign, messages show

Lev Parnas, an associate of Rudolph W. Giuliani, had extensive contact with Derek Harvey, an aide to Rep. Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee.

‘America 250’ birthday planners seek local projects, national funds

Philly leaders met with Vice President Pence to speed planning for USA 250th birthday in 2026. Can Philly use the hoopla to raise funds for lasting projects?

Alan Dershowitz, Kenneth Starr on Trump impeachment legal team

President Donald Trump's legal team will include former Harvard University law professor Alan Dershowitz and Ken Starr, the former independent counsel who led the Whitewater investigation into President Bill Clinton.

Pentagon adding to restrictions on foreign military students

The Pentagon says it is imposing new restrictions on international military students at U.S. bases, including limits on their possession of firearms. This follows the deadly shooting in December at a Navy base at Pensacola, Florida, that the Justice Department determined was an act of terrorism by a Saudi military trainee

Supreme Court to decide whether electors must vote with their states in 2020 election

The Supreme Court will decide ahead of the 2020 election whether presidential electors are bound to support the popular vote winner in their states or can opt for someone else

Trump will arrive in Wildwood with its very Trumpy mayor Ernie Troiano ousted

For years, Troiano made headlines and got reelected with his own version of brash Trumpiness. But Wildwood was changing around him.

Pompeo breaks silence on alleged threats to envoy in Ukraine

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has broken three days of silence over the alleged surveillance and threats to the former U.S. ambassador to Ukraine

11 troops were injured in the attack on a U.S. base in Iraq last week. Trump and the Pentagon had said none were hurt.

Officials previously said the attack, which flung some U.S. troops from towers with powerful blasts, did not produce injuries.

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