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President Trump tweeted a photo attacking Nancy Pelosi. She made it her Twitter cover photo. cnn.it/35GPipe
"If he's not representing a foreign interest, then whose interest is he representing in seeking to bring about something that is among the highest priorities of the Turkish president?" - David Laufman, a former DOJ official, on the counterintelligence probe of Rudy Giuliani.
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David Laufman, a former Justice Department prosecutor, says there are "legitimate questions" for the DOJ to answer in their counterintelligence probe of President Trump's personal attorney Rudy Giuliani. cnn.it/2nR3Pxs
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"We're collecting evidence that I think will compel the Congress to take action." - Rep. @davidcicilline on the impeachment inquiry. He adds: The Ukraine call was part of "an elaborate scheme...to get a foreign leader to interfere" in the 2020 election. cnn.it/2VLOHxQ
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Sen. Chris Murphy says President Trump's decision to pull US troops from northern Syria is the "most horrific double cross perhaps in the recent history of the presidency," adding that the President's letter to Turkey shows he's "panicking" cnn.it/32ouKzJ
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"We in Congress should be on the record whether or not we support those men and women being on the ground in Syria, and it's not there. There's no authority by Congress to do this." Rep. Tom Reed defends voting against a resolution that opposes President Trump's Syria pullout.
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It's "really hard to understand how Rudy Giuliani effectively became the most powerful foreign policy figure in the Trump administration," says Sen. Chris Murphy. "We can't come up with any policy reasons why Trump was doing Giuliani's bidding," he adds. cnn.it/2MnjM82
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.@SenDuckworth on President Trump's decision to pull US troops from northern Syria: "It's very clear that there's no strategy involved whatsoever and the President just did this on his own." cnn.it/2oElGbx
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These identical twin babies were delivered by identical twin nurses at a Georgia hospital cnn.it/2OXjma7
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The military is developing a shapeshifting wheel
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This health care ruling could endanger untold numbers of LGTBQ Americans | By Allison Hope for @CNNOpinion cnn.it/2Mocy3H
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Jennifer Aniston broke Instagram with her debut on the app cnn.it/33Dj2l6
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These floating neighborhoods are affordable housing for students
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2020 presidential candidate Andrew Yang on his differing views with Elizabeth Warren over the wealth tax: “We have many similar goals. … So I think that she and I are going to be able to find ways to hopefully get to the same goal post even if we might have different visions."
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"It was belligerent, and something I have never seen in 27 years here in Congress." - Sen. Bob Menendez on President Trump's behavior during a White House meeting, which congressional Democratic leaders described as a "meltdown." cnn.it/31ksqs8
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The President was in “a belligerent state from the beginning,” says Sen. Bob Menendez, describing a meeting Democratic leaders had with Pres. Trump on Syria. “There was no strategy enunciated...to defeat ISIS. ... After sitting there for an hour, I am concerned for the nation."
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President Trump sent an extraordinary letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan last week warning him he could destroy Turkey's economy if the situation in Syria is not contained and resolved in a humane way. "Don't be a fool," Trump wrote. cnn.it/2VPEUqQ
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The President was in “a belligerent state from the beginning,” says Sen. Bob Menendez, describing a meeting Democratic leaders had with Pres. Trump on Syria. “There was no strategy enunciated to defeat ISIS. ... After sitting there for an hour, I am concerned for the nation."
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Not sure if we should be amazed or terrified
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Former presidential adviser David Gergen says President Trump's letter to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan "had such an adolescent quality to it," adding, "I can't believe the White House sent this out. Because it is unprecedented." cnn.it/32ouKzJ
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"I think he's losing it," says fmr. Obama administration senior adviser David Axelrod of Trump's recent attacks on both House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and fmr. Sec. of Defense James Mattis. "I think he is feeling the pressure of this impeachment [inquiry]." cnn.it/2BnZu7X
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A family of 5 now lives in this 3D printed home
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It's rather "beyond the pale" for Trump to say he beat ISIS, says Adm. James Stavridis. "ISIS was defeated by the work of the Obama administration to begin with, and then the Trump administration, but above all, it was the work of our allies, partners and friends in that region"
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Was the President's plan to pull US forces from northern Syria "strategically brilliant," as Trump called it? Did the President have a "meltdown" during a White House meeting, as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called it? @andersoncooper is #KeepingThemHonest cnn.it/32isY34
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Eliud Kipchoge is the first person in history to run 26.2 miles in under two hours. To do it, he had to keep an average pace of just under 4:35 per mile. That is, to put it mildly, soul-searing speed. Here's how he did it: wired.trib.al/ZIemBco
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Admiral James Stavridis, former NATO supreme allied commander, says President Trump's decision to pull US troops from northern Syria is both a "tactical failure of US policy [and] it's also a significant strategic failure" cnn.it/2nQ5umU
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This woman is cleaning up the streets by turning old chewing gum into new rubber objects
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This robot has human-like fingers that perform immensely complex tasks, like unscrewing bottles
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This floating park is made entirely out of plastic debris
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The new @WIRED issue is out now: featuring an @a_greenberg deep dive into a crazy hack, mini-profiles of 25 people trying to save us with tech, an essay by yours truly on new values for the industry, and, most important, this kick-ass bonkers cover.
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"I do think it is unfortunate that the President is as disrespectful to the speaker of the House as he is, but we have work to do and answers to get." Rep. Adam Smith reflects on Pres. Trump's meeting with members of Congress, which Democratic leaders described as a "meltdown."
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Goodbye used coffee grounds, hello reusable coffee cup
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"Let's go! Get out of here! We have a train coming!" This state trooper pulled an unconscious man from his car seconds before a train rammed into the vehicle. cnn.it/2nNvEGS
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Thousands of environmental protesters are disrupting life in London in order to force the government to take action on climate change. Watch "Go There" at 8p ET on Facebook. cnn.it/2IZMNom
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Can you tell these works of art were made by robots?
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"The overwhelming feeling is shame," says Rep. Elissa Slotkin, a former CIA analyst, of President Trump pulling US troops from Syria. "It's not just about the Kurds today, it's about how we fight terrorists in the future." cnn.it/32nX2u6
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Tonight's business headlines: ▪ Pound seesaws as Brexit talks go to the wire ▪ GM reaches tentative deal with UAW to end strike ▪ US markets mostly flat after weak retail data ▪ Huawei revenues rise despite US blacklist cnn.it/31jaX3d
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“I actually thought it was a prank.” Rep. Mike Quigley reacts to Pres. Trump’s letter to Turkish Pres. Erdogan about Turkey’s offensive in northern Syria. “For him to write this and to also say that it doesn’t affect us is ignorance at the highest level.” cnn.it/2ORKPtS
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Here's the real costs of the perfect homes you see in movies
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Honestly, @GIPHY's eyeball-melting "micro-games" are kind of genius trib.al/cHTQV7D
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Congressional Democratic leaders say Syria talks broke down after President Trump had a "meltdown" and insulted House Speaker Nancy Pelosi. CNN’s @abbydphillip reports. cnn.it/2MoPeTD
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Marc Benioff has likened Facebook to "cigarettes" in the past. Now the Salesforce CEO says it's time to break up the company. cnn.it/2MiPqDA
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The Vatican wants you to pray with this smart rosary trib.al/Lrz8vmJ
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House Majority Leader Steny Hoyer on White House meeting: “I have served with 6 presidents. I have been in many, many, many meetings like this. Never have I seen a president treat so disrespectfully a co-equal branch of the government of the United States” cnn.it/2Bk76s8
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These boats are created from plastic from Amsterdam's canals
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“Why did America stab the Kurds in the back?” Northeast Syria has descended into chaos in the week since President Trump essentially greenlit a Turkish operation against Kurdish allies in the region. Our video takes a closer look at how we got here. nyti.ms/2IVIMkM
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General Motors and United Auto Workers negotiators have reached a tentative deal to end the 31-day strike. "This is my last year here ... [but] hey, I feel like it's worth it," says GM worker Maurice Faust, who has spent the past 42 years at the company. cnn.it/31mdf1I
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It's so tiny!
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It’s a dangerous and fast-growing gang, and you’ve probably never heard of them. @lisaling travels to rural Mississippi to learn about these self-proclaimed redneck gangsters. #ThisIsLife Sunday at 10 p.m. ET/PT
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Google unveiled its next-generation smartphone, the Pixel 4. It features faster facial recognition and gesture controls, and trades in its one rear camera for two. Pricing starts at $799. cnn.it/35GbXSA
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