Longtime diplomat Taylor is testifying on Capitol Hill as part of the House impeachment inquiry. Details are not yet public, but Democrats say Taylor's account squares with their allegations.
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If vehicles in central London don't meet emissions standards, their drivers must pay a daily fine. Six months into the new program, the city says the regulation is decreasing toxic air pollution.
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The first global analysis of blood supply and demand finds that many developing countries are relying on risky emergency donations.
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Washington Post Beirut Bureau Chief Liz Sly has covered the Syrian civil war since it began in '11. "There is an inevitability that Russia is going to emerge as the dominant power in Syria," she says.
New York's attorney general argues that Exxon used shady methods of calculating carbon costs, affecting its share price and defrauding shareholders. Exxon says the lawsuit is politically motivated.
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The Trump administration is withdrawing hundreds of thousands of dollars in fines against some immigrants in the country illegally who have sought refuge in churches.
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Surgeon and researcher Marty Makary traveled the country talking to people about their experiences with health care. He learned that costs are poisoning Americans' relationships with medicine.
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In a Tuesday morning tweet, the president lashed out at the process underway in the House that may lead to an impeachment vote.
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Fewer children are dying globally, but a new study finds geographic disparities still exist within many countries.
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The Census Bureau hopes to hire around a half million workers by next spring to complete the national head count. But it's running into trouble with low unemployment and background-check delays.
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The former president, 95, was admitted to a Georgia hospital "for observation and treatment of a minor pelvic fracture," the Carter Center says. It adds that Carter "is in good spirits."
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Men have long commanded the pizza-making scene, creating what one female champ calls a "macho problem." But that's starting to change as more women open pizzerias and gain recognition in the field.
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A new study by the International Monetary Fund finds that advanced nations have seen a rise in regional inequality since the 1980s.
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