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  • An abbreviated guide to two weeks of public hearings in the impeachment of Donald J. Trump

    All of the scheduled public hearings for the House impeachment inquiry led by the Intelligence Committee have been completed. There may be additional testimony before that committee, or before the Judiciary Committee. Should impeachment move to the Senate, there will almost certainly be witnesses called in the trial to be held there. But for now, the public has seen all that we can be sure of seeing. So

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  • Thailand delays deporting family of Rakhine insurgent leader

    Thailand will delay the deportation of the wife and children of the top commander of the Arakan Army insurgent group that is fighting Myanmar's army while authorities carry out a full investigation, Thai officials said on Sunday.

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  • Thailand delays deporting family of Rakhine insurgent leader

    Thailand will delay the deportation of the wife and children of the top commander of the Arakan Army insurgent group that is fighting Myanmar's army while authorities carry out a full investigation, Thai officials said on Sunday.

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  • No, Trump's Food Stamp Plan Wouldn't Have Cut Off AOC's Family

    This week the Trump administration finalized new rules for the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP), otherwise known as food stamps. The plan could potentially remove as many as 688,000 people from the rolls. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D–N.Y.) took to Twitter yesterday to talk about how the cuts could have affected a younger version of herself. When her father died in 2008, while Ocasio-Cortaz was still a student at Boston University, her family depended on food stamps to get by....

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