Inside the preparations for Mueller’s history-making testimony

Robert Mueller testified more than 60 times on Capitol Hill during his dozen years as FBI director, but none of those hearings packed anywhere near the amount of anticipation, partisan rancor, or political stakes as his appearance promises to on Wednesday.

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Trump’s Electoral College Edge Could Grow in 2020, Rewarding Polarizing Campaign

One of the most challenging issues facing America is how to deal with the mounting student loan debt crisis that now totals $1.6 trillion and growing. This issue has stymied Washington.

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Debt Limit Deal Hinges on Pelosi Review of Spending Cut Options

The White House late Thursday sent House Speaker Nancy Pelosi a proposed list of spending cuts to give her options for a budget agreement that she wants to include in a deal to raise the debt ceiling, according to two people familiar with the proposal.

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Taking on the Challenge of Curbing Skyrocketing Student Loan Debt

One of the most challenging issues facing America is how to deal with the mounting student loan debt crisis that now totals $1.6 trillion and growing. This issue has stymied Washington.

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House votes to kill impeachment resolution against Trump, avoiding a direct vote on whether to oust the president

House Democrats joined with Republicans on Wednesday to kill an impeachment resolution against President Trump, a move that is likely to rankle the Democratic Party’s liberal base clamoring to oust the president.

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Top U.S. military commander travels to Persian Gulf amid Iran tensions

The top U.S. military commander for the Middle East, Gen. Frank McKenzie, boarded his plane for a trip to the Persian Gulf just as news was breaking that Iran seized an oil tanker. The ship, called The Riah, is reportedly owned by the United Arab Emirates.

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