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How Crystal Mason Became the Face of Voter Suppression in America
The paradox, as her lawyers have pointed out, is that Mason was charged with voting illegally even though she did not actually vote. By Sue Halpern December 18, 2019
Watch Live: The House Votes on Donald Trump’s Impeachment
Watch a live stream of the vote in the House of Representatives on articles of impeachment against the President. By The New Yorker December 18, 2019
The Pure Spirit of Greta Thunberg is the Perfect Antidote to Donald Trump
She is committed to the foremost emergency of our time, to the science behind it, and to the people who are working every day to try to rapidly change our energy systems and consumption patterns. By Carolyn Kormann December 13, 2019
Why Doesn’t the U.S. Have an Accurate Count of Child-Abuse Deaths?
Standards for accounting for such deaths vary wildly from state to state, and chances that a uniform definition of maltreatment death will materialize are slim. By Dan Hurley December 12, 2019
Watch Live: The House Judiciary Committee Votes on Impeachment
Democrats outnumber Republicans on the House Judiciary Committee, which is likely to approve two articles of impeachment against Donald Trump, sending them to a vote in the House of Representatives. By The New Yorker December 12, 2019 Watch Live: The House Judiciary Committee’s Impeachment-Inquiry Hearing In Monday’s hearing, Democratic and Republican counsels for the House Judiciary and Intelligence Committees testify to the evidence gathered thus far. By The New Yorker December 9, 2019
How Donald Trump Is Making It Harder to End the War in Ukraine
As Volodymyr Zelensky and Vladimir Putin plan to meet for peace talks about the conflict in the Donbass region, Trump, fighting his own impeachment battle, has shown no interest in helping. By Joshua Yaffa December 6, 2019
A New Report on Family Separations Shows the Depths of Trump’s Negligence
The Administration failed to make even the most basic preparations to keep track of the families separated by its zero-tolerance policy. By Jonathan Blitzer December 6, 2019 Watch Live: The House Judiciary Committee’s Trump-Impeachment-Inquiry Hearing In Wednesday’s hearing, scholars of constitutional law testify about what makes an impeachable offense. By The New Yorker December 4, 2019
Trump Impeachment Inquiry, Day 5: Watch the Live Stream of the House Intelligence Committee’s Open Hearings
Fiona Hill, the N.S.C. senior director in charge of Ukraine policy, and David Holmes, a career Foreign Service officer, testify on Day 5 of the impeachment-inquiry hearings. By The New Yorker November 21, 2019 Sections News & Politics Culture Business, Science & Tech Humor Cartoons Books & Fiction Magazine Photography Video Podcasts More Newsletters About Careers Contact FAQ Media Kit Press Accessibility Help
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