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  1. george floyd protests
    De Blasio: I Have Not Seen Videos of NYPD Attacking ProtestersThe mayor praised the NYPD for showing “restraint” at protests, despite viral clips to the contrary. He was later booed at a George Floyd memorial.
  2. feuds
    Watch Rudy Giuliani and Piers Morgan Argue Over Whose Fall Was More PatheticStop fighting, you’re both right!
  3. george floyd
    Over 10,000 Americans Have Been Arrested at George Floyd Protests: Live UpdatesOn Wednesday night, New York police cracked down on peaceful protesters who had defied the citywide curfew.
  4. george floyd
    CNN Crew Arrested on Live TV During Minneapolis ProtestMinnesota State Police arrested CNN’s Omar Jimenez and his camera crew as they reported on the protests over George Floyd’s death in police custody.
  5. trump impeachment
    Trump Impeachment Hearing Schedule: What’s Next?The Trump impeachment proceedings have finally moved to the Senate. The trial is set to start next week, following today’s procedural moves.
  6. democratic debates
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  7. trump impeachment
    House Debates Trump Impeachment: TimelineSix hours of floor debate were followed by the successful vote to impeach President Trump on counts of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
  8. the emperor's new props
    11 Times President Trump Had the Best, Most Beautiful PropsFrom giant stacks of blank paper to Sharpie-scrawled notes on a scandal, no one shows off dubious documents and diagrams like our commander-in-chief.
  9. impeachment
    Do the Impeachment Hearings Need to Be Entertaining?Intelligencer staffers discuss the backlash to the idea that Democrats are failing if they don’t turn the show on Capitol Hill into a thrill-fest.
  10. impeachment
    Will Public Impeachment Hearings Change Anything?Intelligencer staffers discuss what to expect as the big show gets started this week.
  11. intelligencer chats
    Where Did Beto Go Wrong?Intelligencer staffers discuss what derailed the Texan’s once-promising campaign.
  12. obits
    Rep. Elijah Cummings, Democratic Leader Who Investigated Trump, Dies at 68The Baltimore Democrat, a passionate advocate for civil rights, became a foil to Trump, helming multiple investigations into his administration.
  13. impeachment
    Are We on the Verge of a Constitutional Crisis?Intelligencer staffers discuss the high-stakes next moves in the impeachment fight.
  14. impeachment
    Is There Any Chance the GOP Is About to Turn on Trump?Intelligencer staffers discuss whether the president has all that much to fear from Republican lawmakers as he braces for impeachment.
  15. trump-ukraine scandal
    Everything We Know About Trump’s Ukraine Whistle-blower ScandalThe declassified whistle-blower complaint has been made public. It describes White House efforts to cover up what Trump said during the Ukraine call.
  16. scandals
    Trump Told Russian Officials He Didn’t Care About 2016 Election Meddling: ReportDuring his infamous 2017 Oval Office meeting with Lavrov and Kislyak, Trump reportedly said he was unconcerned about Moscow’s election interference.
  17. vision 2020
    Bill de Blasio Drops Out of 2020 RaceNew York’s mayor added his name to the long list of people who do not think he should be running for president.
  18. democratic debates
    Castro Attacks Biden’s Memory, But He Was One Who Was WrongSomeone finally broached the issue of Biden’s age and gaffes, but Castro was off on the substantive differences between their health care plans.
  19. democratic debates
    Did Kamala Harris Have the Worst Debate?Intelligencer staffers discuss which Democratic candidates excelled and which stumbled on Thursday night in Houston.
  20. hurricane dorian
    Trump Won’t Rest Until We Accept His Sharpie-Doctored Hurricane MapThe president suggested on Saturday that we wants to put down the Sharpie, but the media won’t let him.
  21. vision 2020
    Should Biden’s Competitors Make His Age a Bigger Issue?Intelligencer staffers discuss how Democratic candidates should handle a major vulnerability for the front-runner.
  22. jeffrey epstein
    Everything We Know About Jeffrey Epstein’s DeathAttorney General Barr announced that he’s removed the acting Bureau of Prisons chief in the wake of Epstein’s death by suicide.
  23. jeffrey epstein
    What the Unsealed Jeffrey Epstein Documents Reveal About Donald TrumpVirginia Giuffre said that to her knowledge, Trump “didn’t partake in any sex” with her or other girls Epstein allegedly abused.
  24. mass shootings
    Trump Gives Thumbs Up in Photo With Baby Orphaned in El Paso MassacrePhotos and videos of Trump’s behavior while visiting shooting victims this week shows what one hospital official called an “absence of empathy.”
  25. mass shootings
    Trump Spends Day Visiting Dayton and El Paso Victims, Lobbing Twitter AttacksDays after calling for “unity,” Trump marred his visits to the grieving cities with jabs at local officials and other perceived enemies.
  26. crime
    Jeffrey Epstein Found Injured in Jail Cell After Possible Suicide AttemptThere are multiple theories about what actually happened, with some sources claiming the incident was staged, and others suggesting he was attacked.
  27. al franken
    Should Al Franken Have Resigned?Intelligencer staffers discuss a New Yorker piece that casts doubt on some of the allegations against the ex-senator.
  28. intelligencer chats
    Will Trump’s Racist Tweets Work?They’re morally indefensible. Are they politically indefensible, too?
  29. blackout
    Power Back On After Blackout Strikes ManhattanCon Edison restored all service a little before midnight after some kind of mechanical failure knocked out power for more than 70,000.
  30. jeffrey epstein
    Why Are We So Obsessed with the Jeffrey Epstein Story?Intelligencer staffers discuss why this sordid tale has touched such a nerve.
  31. marianne williamson
    Who Would Play Marianne Williamson on Saturday Night Live?Intelligencer staffers discuss the evening’s most important question.
  32. revolving door
    Sarah Huckabee Sanders’s Replacement, Stephanie Grisham, Should Fit Right InThe new press secretary is used to criticizing reporters, she’ll be doing three jobs, and she has already been accused of violating the Hatch Act.
  33. vision 2020
    Joe Biden’s Segregationist Controversy: What You Need to KnowAfter Biden’s rivals called him out for touting his work with racist Senate colleagues, the former VP insisted he’s the one who’s owed an apology.
  34. intelligencer chats
    Will Democrats Really Start Attacking Each Other in the Primary?Amid Warren-Sanders tensions, Intelligencer staffers discuss whether a play-nice strategy is possible – or a good idea.
  35. happy sh*t
    7 Actually Good Things That Happened This WeekWhales are back in NYC, Star Wars is real, and there was a wedding in a school gym.
  36. vision 2020
    Is Elizabeth Warren a Serious Contender After All?Intelligencer staffers discuss what her recent surge in the polls signifies about the future of her candidacy.
  37. happy sh*t
    7 Actually Good Things That Happened This WeekFeaturing royal babies frolicking, Barack Obama, and one very chill dog.
  38. global politics
    Theresa May to Resign As U.K. Prime Minister After Brexit FailuresMay’s voice cracked as she announced that she will step down on June 7, after three failed attempts to pass her Brexit plan.
  39. vision 2020
    De Blasio Launches 2020 Bid by Touting What He’s Done for Ungrateful New YorkersWith a video touting his progressive record, the mayor becomes the 23rd candidate to enter the race, against pretty much everyone’s wishes.
  40. vision 2020
    Has Trump Rendered the Political Gaffe Obsolete?Intelligencer writers discuss whether the president’s boorish behavior has forever changed the way we judge campaign-trail etiquette.
  41. vision 2020
    Joe Biden Finally Launches Campaign With Video Directly Attacking TrumpRecalling Charlottesville, he says, “history will look back on four years of this president and all he embraces as an aberrant moment in time.”
  42. mueller time
    Everything We’ve Learned From Robert Mueller’s Investigation (So Far)Even without seeing the full report, we know plenty about wrongdoing by Trump associates and Russia’s 2016 election meddling.
  43. vision 2020
    Is Pete Buttigieg Literally Parks and Rec’s Ben Wyatt?A young mayor, board-game enthusiast, and Leslie Knope fan could be the next U.S. president — in Pawnee, and in real life.
  44. crime
    WikiLeaks Founder Julian Assange Arrested: Everything We KnowAssange faces one count of conspiracy to hack a computer.
  45. vision 2020
    Is the Biden Appeal About to Fade?Amid allegations of inappropriate touching, he remains the Democratic poll leader. Intelligencer staffers discuss how solid his advantage really is.
  46. vision 2020
    Intelligencer Chat: Are Democrats Too Nervous to Nominate a Woman?The trauma of 2016 may have given rise to a cautious way of looking at 2020.
  47. christchurch massacre
    What We Know About the New Zealand Mosque MassacreForty-nine people were killed and dozens were injured in a shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. A 28-year-old man has been charged.
  48. christchurch massacre
    What We Know About the New Zealand Mosque ShootingForty-nine people were killed and dozens were injured in a shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand. A 28-year-old man has been charged.
  49. impeachment
    Intelligencer Chat: Should Democrats Impeach President Trump?Nancy Pelosi has signaled her hesitance on the matter. Is she making a mistake?
  50. global politics
    Trump Cuts Short North Korea Summit, Returns Empty HandedThe two-day summit came to an abrupt end when North Korea demanded that the U.S. drop all sanctions in return for the closing of one nuclear facility.
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