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Recent articles by Antonia:

Ousted Ukraine Ambassador Tells Congress Trump Removed Her Over 'False Claims'

U.S. diplomat Marie Yovanovitch told impeachment investigators she was attacked "by people with clearly questionable motives.” → Read More

Elizabeth Warren Releases Plan For LGBTQ Rights And Equality

The 2020 candidate said she would reverse Trump's transgender military ban on day one of a Warren administration. → Read More

Mitch McConnell Criticizes Trump's Syria Decision

The Senate majority leader joined other Republicans who are speaking out against the president's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. → Read More

Mitch McConnell Criticizes Trump's Syria Decision

The Senate majority leader joined other Republicans who are speaking out against the president's decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Syria. → Read More

Here's What Kurt Volker Told Congress About His Role In Trump-Ukraine Negotiations

The former special envoy to Ukraine told House investigators he wasn't aware Trump had pressured Ukraine's president for dirt on Joe Biden. → Read More

Rick Perry To Resign As Energy Secretary: Reports

The former Texas governor will leave Trump's Cabinet in November. → Read More

Vladimir Putin Jokes About Russian Meddling In 2020 US Election

“I’ll tell you a secret: Yes, we’ll definitely do it,” the Russian president said. → Read More

Mike Pompeo Joined Trump On Call With Ukrainian President: Report

The secretary of state was subpoenaed last week for documents relating to the administration's contact with the Ukrainian government. → Read More

New Reports Allege How White House Hid Trump Communications With Foreign Leaders

It appears the administration may have tried to "lock down" Trump's conversations with foreign leaders before the July 25 call to Ukraine's president. → Read More

Joseph Wilson, Who Challenged Bush Administration On Iraq War, Dies At 69

The former U.S. ambassador's wife at the time, Valerie Plame, was outed as a CIA agent shortly after he spoke out on the Iraq invasion. → Read More

Federal Prosecutors Launch Criminal Probe Into Juul Labs: Report

The e-cigarette maker is under increasing scrutiny as the death toll linked to vaping rises. → Read More

Billions Of Birds Have Disappeared From North America In Recent Decades: Study

Sparrows, finches and swallows are among the hardest hit. → Read More

Joe Kennedy III To Announce Senate Run In Massachusetts: Reports

The Democratic congressman would challenge Sen. Ed Markey in the primary election. → Read More

China To Lift Punitive Tariffs On U.S. Soybeans, Pork

President Donald Trump also delayed a planned tariff hike on Chinese imports this week in a conciliatory gesture. → Read More

California Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Vaccine Bill Restricting Medical Exemptions

The new law is expected to make it more difficult for parents to opt their children out of immunizations. → Read More

Google Targeted In Major State Antitrust Investigation

Fifty U.S. attorneys general are joining the investigation, led by Texas. → Read More

California Becomes First State To Ban Fur Trapping

Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed a bill banning commercial and recreational fur trapping. → Read More

Walmart Says It Will Stop Selling Handgun Ammunition

The announcement follows a string of mass shootings in the last month, one of which occurred at a Walmart store. → Read More

'Queer Eye' Star Karamo Brown Faces Backlash Over Sean Spicer Comments

The Fab 5 star is under fire for calling his controversial “Dancing With The Stars” co-contestant "a good guy." → Read More

Washington Monument To Reopen In September

The D.C. landmark has been closed for repairs to its elevator. → Read More