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To clarify: The House Judiciary Committee has begun an inquiry to determine whether to recommend the impeachment of President Trump

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"Pay attention to Hong Kong. The three months of protests here speak volumes about the state of democracy today," writes @tomfriedman.

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Equifax is making victims of its data breach jump through additional hurdles to collect a cash payout. @cwarzel is one of them. He spoke with experts about what you can do if you feel misled.

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One protest banner said it all: “Sorry for the inconvenience. We are fighting for the future of our home.”

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After last week’s refinery attack, Donald J. Trump should be careful about throwing America’s weight behind an unreliable “ally”

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"Frank the Ford Fiesta now lives in Chico, Calif., and I am finally and forever without my own wheels," writes @karaswisher

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Not even Democratic lawmakers seem to know whether they are conducting an impeachment investigation of President Trump

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It’s fitting that the Smartest Guy in the Room™ among the Democratic candidates, @PeteButtigieg, gestured to Holy Writ in defending abortion, however dubious his exegesis, writes @DouthatNYT

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Donald Trump won the 2016 election partly because many workers thought the system was rigged against them. That sentiment is also fueling the G.M. strike, writes Steve Greenhouse.

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Life without owning a car still includes lots of cars, writes @karaswisher

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From @DLeonhardt’s newsletter: A strike by almost 50,000 General Motors workers matters well beyond the auto industry

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Chuck Hoskin Jr., principal chief of the Cherokee Nation: "My proposition to the government of the United States is simple: Keep your word"

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Hong Kong reminds us that people have both bodies and souls. "And the great mistake that autocrats regularly make is thinking that they can thrive indefinitely by feeding just the first and not the second," writes @TomFriedman.

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🏊‍♂️ Jump on in the water’s fine without owning a car — an update:

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Pete Buttigieg has made his Christian piety a minor theme of his presidential campaign, writes @DouthatNYT, but the Democrats have ended up with the most mystical, least scientifically plausible of possible positions on fetal personhood

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Bill Maher seemed to suggest that obesity was a uniquely American problem. But the worldwide obesity rate has nearly tripled since 1975, and not a single country has been able to reverse the trend.

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"The fact that he was fired, the fact that perhaps people are sick of hearing that particular shtick — that’s the interesting part," writes @maevehiggins

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Nancy Pelosi and her leadership team clearly disagree that an impeachment inquiry is already underway. They assiduously avoid the “I” word.

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F.D.R. was forced to abandon his court-packing plan, but it had the desired effect: The Court allowed him — and Congress — to govern. Facing similarly hostile ideologues, today’s Democrats should learn from this example, @jbouie says.

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"The future of rural is intertwined with suburban and urban outcomes by way of food production, natural resources, the economy, political movements and beyond," writes @Sarah_Smarsh

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