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What to Know in Washington: Trump Tested With Ally’s Deposition

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Donald Trump’s impeachment defense strategy will be put to the test today as one of his top diplomats appears before House committees to explain his call for Ukraine to investigate former Vice President Joe Biden.

What to Know in Washington: More Whistleblowers Come Forward

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President Donald Trump faces new peril heading into this week -- not just from Democrats seeking to impeach him but from his own administration, as there are now at least two whistleblowers coming forward to talk about his actions.

What to Know in Washington: U.S. Diplomats Sought Biden Probe

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Two top American diplomats tried to strike a deal on behalf of President Donald Trump for Ukraine’s leader to investigate discredited allegations of wrongdoing by Joe Biden and his son in return for improving relations with the U.S., according to documents released by House Democrats late yesterday.

CIA’s Next Cloud Contract May Be Worth $10B: This Is IT

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The Central Intelligence Agency is moving ahead with a new cloud services contract, according to a presolicitation notice released on the intelligence community’s Acquisition Research Center (ARC) website on Sept. 30. A CIA industry day presentation March 22 has estimated its total value in the “tens of billions.”

What to Know in Washington: Democrats Line Up Ukraine Witnesses

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Democrats have set a blistering pace for their impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump with a lineup of depositions — including the recently departed U.S. envoy to Ukraine — stoking the president’s fury and feeding efforts to discredit the investigation. Kurt Volker, who stepped down last week from his unpaid role representing American interests in Ukr...

What to Know in Washington: Probe Puts Schiff in GOP Crosshairs

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Adam Schiff has emerged in less than a week as the standard bearer for the House Democrats’ impeachment effort, putting him squarely in President Donald Trump’s crosshairs and leaving him with little margin for error.

Pentagon Plans Next Generation of Health Care Contracts

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The Defense Health Agency (DHA), which manages the Pentagon’s health care system, is kicking off acquisition planning for a new generation of managed-care contracts, according to a Sept. 25 announcement.

What to Know in Washington: Ukraine Scandal Grows Into Threat.

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Revelations about Donald Trump’s interactions with Ukraine’s president are shaping up to be the most serious threat to his presidency so far, surpassing even the special counsel investigation into Russian election interference that dogged the first two years of his administration.

What to Know in Washington: Impeachment Fight Has Peril for All

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Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s decision to launch a formal impeachment inquiry of Donald Trump will consume the nation’s attention, grind the work of government to a halt and ultimately determine whether the president heads into re-election damaged or emboldened.

What to Know in Washington: Democrats Pursue Trump-Ukraine Probe

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The controversy over whether President Donald Trump improperly pressed Ukraine’s leader to investigate Joe Biden and his family gives Democrats a new angle of attack, but one that carries significant risks for the party. Three House committees announced earlier this month that they were investigating whether Trump used the withholding of military a...

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