Nov. 20, 2019
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The ambassador to the EU, a key witness in the probe, dramatically changed his story and sought to put the blame on the president and his personal attorney.
Almost everyone in Trump’s orbit confronts the same dilemma, sooner or later: Stick with Trump and risk lasting damage, or break away and hope to survive his wrath. Gordon Sondland broke away in spectacular fashion.
Gordon Sondland could be the Democrats’ star witness but he has already changed his testimony, giving him a potentially serious credibility problem.
More than $35 million in U.S. military aid has yet to make it to Ukraine, according to a Pentagon spending document obtained by The Times.
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The number is about half as many as the utility giant originally said could be affected. Shutoffs began this morning and could continue through the late afternoon.
Grieving relatives described the harassment they said they’ve faced since their loved ones were killed by Los Angeles County deputies.
The challenges and opportunities facing each of the 10 Democratic presidential candidates debating tonight.
Elizabeth Warren’s campaign stumbled as soon as she put out a ‘Medicare for all’ proposal. That explains her subsequent backpedal and the tricky political nature of healthcare
Netflix has the ability to go it alone in labor negotiations unlike Disney, Apple and Amazon.
Britain’s Prince Andrew said his association with the late sex offender Jeffrey Epstein has become a “major distraction” to the royal family’s work.
On her “Cartel Crew” debut Monday night, Emma Coronel Aispuro, wife of drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán, called being judged “sad.”
Six players on the undefeated team will be suspended for Friday’s Division 3 semifinal game against undefeated West Valley.
Lakers’ LeBron James becomes the first player in NBA history to record a triple double against every team in the league in the team’s 112-107 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Paradise High football team’s title aspirations are in jeopardy after players are suspended by the CIF for running onto the field during a scuffle.
While the new athletic director has hurried to ingratiate himself with the university, Mike Bohn told The Times in an interview that there’s no such rush to make a decision on the status of embattled football coach Clay Helton.
The Angels face a Dec. 31 deadline to opt out of its stadium lease or remain bound to it through 2029, but one councilman suggested the deadline might not be that firm.
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