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Recent articles by Natasha:

All the Acting Heads of Trump's Presidency

Trump’s cabinet has been filled by more acting secretaries than any of his predecessors. → Read More

The 2020 Iowa Caucuses Won't Decide Who Will Be President—But They Will Decide Who Won't

On Feb. 3, 2020, voters will congregate at hundreds of different in-person events for the Iowa caucuses. → Read More

A Government Shutdown Might Be a Distraction From Impeachment—But It Would Be a Huge Risk for Trump

Existing funding for the government expires on November 21, and without an agreement between Republicans and Democrats, the U.S. could face a second government shutdown in less than a year. → Read More

These Are the Key Political Endorsements So Far in the 2020 Presidential Race—But Do They Matter?

Endorsements are looking different heading into 2020—and they may not hold the importance they once did among a divided Democratic party. → Read More

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