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What to Know in Washington: Trump Lawyers to Preview Defense

Donald Trump’s lawyers kick off their formal defense in the Senate impeachment trial today, taking their turn at center stage to argue the president shouldn’t be removed from office.

Lobbying Spending in 2019 Reached Second Highest Point of Decade

The influence industry in Washington is booming. The more than $3.4 billion spent on lobbying in 2019 was the most since 2010.

What to Know in Washington: Democrats Make Pitch for Witnesses

The struggle over calling witnesses in President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial is escalating as House Democrats prepare to wrap up their case today by focusing on White House “stonewalling.”

Defense Agency to Merge 2 Multibillion-Dollar Tech RFIs: Top 20

The Defense Intelligence Agency plans to combine two proposed multibillion-dollar information technology solicitations into a single multiple-award vehicle, according to an announcement to industry on Jan. 17.

NASA Seeks Small Business for $423M Software Engineering Work

The National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s Goddard Space Flight Center released a presolicitation on Jan. 17 for a follow on to its Software Engineering Services (SES) II contract, and is valued at up to $423.2 million.

What to Know in Washington: Democrats Warn Trump Not Above Law

House impeachment managers launched their case for removing Donald Trump from office by depicting him as a president who is vindictive, untruthful, unbound by the law and above all, willing to abuse his power at the expense of U.S. national security.

Lobbying Firms Report Lucrative 2019, Look to Busy New Year (1)

Washington lobbying firms have closed the books on 2019, which new revenue numbers show was a lucrative year, and are prepping for what they say will be a fast and furious 2020.

Flying Menageries May Be Grounded by Aviation Regulators (1)

Passengers on U.S. airlines could no longer fly with emotional support animals such as peacocks, alligators, or pigs inside the cabin, under new rules the Transportation Department is proposing….

Raytheon Missile, Lockheed F-16 Jet Top Foreign Military Sales

Raytheon Co.‘s advanced air-to-air missile and Lockheed Martin Corp.‘s iconic F-16 fighter aircraft dominated U.S. foreign military sales as the most popular weapons sold to allies in fiscal 2019.

Impeachment Manager Pick Showcases Democrats’ Suburban Inroads

There’s only one member of Congress facing a potentially competitive re-election among the diverse group charged with pushing the House’s case during the impeachment trial of President Donald Trump.

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