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Today β€” December 12th 2019Your RSS feeds

They Came to Play Table Tennis. They Were Deported at Gunpoint in the Dark.

By Patrick Kingsley

Two Nigerian students, in Croatia for a sports tournament, were mistaken for undocumented migrants. They were robbed of their money and clothes and expelled to a country they had never heard of.

House Passes $738 Billion Military Bill With Space Force and Parental Leave

By Catie Edmondson

A bipartisan group of lawmakers agreed to give troops a pay raise and the president his Space Force, while jettisoning a slew of measures that would have reined in the president’s war powers.

Ending America’s Endless War in Afghanistan

By Joseph Votel

We need to press for an agreement between the U.S. and the Taliban and cement the parallel support of the Afghan government.

House Inquiry Rebukes Coast Guard for Bullying and Harassment

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

A report by the House Oversight Committee said the Coast Guard had failed to turn around a culture that coddles bullying and was hostile to women and minorities.

Promises Aside, Deportations Under Trump Dropped in Last Year

By Zolan Kanno-Youngs

In June, President Trump promised that millions of undocumented immigrants already in the country would be deported. That didn’t happen.

House Passes $738 Billion Military Bill With Space Force and Parental Leave

By Catie Edmondson

A bipartisan group of lawmakers agreed to give troops a pay raise and the president his Space Force, while jettisoning a slew of measures that would have reined in the president’s war powers.

Yesterday β€” December 11th 2019Your RSS feeds

House Panel Debates Impeachment Articles in Bid to Complete Charges Against Trump

By Nicholas Fandos and Michael D. Shear

The House Judiciary Committee opened a two-day markup session to debate two articles before they are sent to the full House for a vote.

U.S. Turns Up Pressure on Iran With Sanctions on Transportation Firms

By Edward Wong

Washington’s sanctions have crippled the Iranian economy, and protesters have taken to the streets to criticize the government in Tehran. In response, Iranian security forces have killed hundreds.

U.S. Troops Could Soon Be Able to Sue Over Medical Blunders

By Dave Philipps

A must-pass spending bill in Congress would loosen the Feres doctrine, a bar to suing the government for injuries sustained on active duty. It is named for a heroic World War II paratrooper.

Who Is Sanna Marin, Finland’s 34-Year-Old Prime Minister?

By Megan Specia

Ms. Marin took office on Tuesday, becoming the youngest head of government in the world. She leads a coalition headed entirely by women.

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