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Recent articles by Natasha:

What to Know About Debate Newcomer Tom Steyer

Billionaire philanthropist and presidential candidate Tom Steyer will appear on the 2020 Democratic debate stage for the first time Tuesday. → Read More

Why Republicans Are Willing to Go Against Trump on Syria

Even Trump's most ardent supporters, including Sen. Lindsey Graham, appear to diverge from the president on this one. → Read More

Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Who Has Been Subpoenaed—And Why

The three House committees leading the impeachment inquiry have issued a number of subpoenas so far, including to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the White House. → Read More

5 State Department Officials Pompeo Doesn't Want to Testify

And how they're involved in the ongoing impeachment inquiry. → Read More

Can Mike Pompeo Keep State Department Officials From Testifying?

Pompeo alleges that the committees have not issued subpoenas for depositions, nor provided a Notice of Deposition, and therefore their deposition call "may only be read as a request for a voluntary appearance." → Read More

How the Circumstances Around Donald Trump’s Impeachment Inquiry Differ From Bill Clinton’s

Here are five ways the circumstances surrounding both presidents' impeachment inquiries differ. → Read More

How 2020 Candidates Are Using Impeachment to Raise Money on Facebook

Several 2020 presidential candidates, including President Trump, are raising money off the impeachment inquiry. → Read More

Who Is the Whistleblower? Here’s What We Know So Far

The House Intelligence Committee has released the declassified whistleblower complaint, but we still don't know one thing: Who is the whistleblower? → Read More

A Running List of Questions on the Impeachment Inquiry, Answered

What exactly is an impeachment inquiry? How is this different from past calls for Trump's impeachment? What happens next? → Read More

What Is CrowdStrike? Trump Mentioned the Company in His Ukraine Call

President Trump makes reference to the cybersecurity firm during his call with the Ukrainian president. → Read More

Facebook Takes Down Pro-Trump Pages Run by Ukrainians

After a report revealed that a number of Facebook pages pushing pro-Trump propaganda were not run by Americans at all. → Read More

Oprah Has Advice for the 2020 Presidential Candidates

Oprah discusses the 2020 presidential race and debates on CBS "This Morning." → Read More

Trump Whistleblower Complaint: Everything You Need to Know

During a conversation, Trump made a “promise” to this leader that the whistleblower saw as “so troubling” that the person “filed a formal whistleblower complaint. → Read More

New York’s Rape Laws Are Now Some of the Toughest in the Nation. Here's Why

Joined by a number of actresses involved with Time’s Up, such as Julianne Moore, Michelle Hurd, Amber Tamblyn, and Mira Sorvino, Cuomo signed the legislation. → Read More

Who Is Ed Buck? Dem Donor Charged With Running Drug Den After Third Overdose

Democratic donor Ed Buck has been charged with three felony counts, following a third methamphetamine overdose in his home. → Read More

Hillary Clinton Warns of 'Crisis' of American Democracy

Speaking at the “In Defense of American Democracy” forum at George Washington University. → Read More

Trump's Plan to Turn New Mexico Red Starts With Rio Rancho Rally Tonight

Trump plans to target New Mexico with a rally in Rio Rancho tonight. → Read More

Texas Lawmaker to Beto O'Rourke: 'My AR Is Ready for You'

A Texas lawmaker threatened O'Rourke on Twitter Thursday. O'Rourke reported it to the FBI. → Read More

145 CEOs Call on Senate to Support 'Common-Sense Gun Laws'

The heads of 145 American businesses sent a letter to Senate leaders, calling on them to support 'common-sense gun laws.' → Read More

Third Democratic Debate: These Are the Most Talked About Candidates

These are the most talked about Democratic presidential candidates, according to how often they are Googled or are mentioned on Twitter. → Read More