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Jerry Nadler

  1. impeachment
    Protester Shouting ‘Treason’ Interrupts Impeachment HearingThe man, who drew a few bemused chuckles, was quickly revealed to be an Infowars host.
  2. rule of law
    Trump’s Biggest Wall Is Now the One Blocking Congressional OversightThe president and his allies have already obstructed more than 20 congressional investigations, with no end in sight.
  3. the national interest
    David Brooks Has Done the David Brooks Thing Again“Trump is far from the only villain in this showdown”: the Brooks worldview in a sentence.
  4. russia investigation
    Report: Democrats Want to Find Out What Hope Hicks KnowsThe former White House comms director has reportedly agreed to help House Democrats pursuing potential obstruction of justice charges for Trump.
  5. the national interest
    Congress’s Trump Investigation Is Going to Hurt Trump, Not CongressThe White House is terrified and trying to bluff Democrats into thinking it will backfire.
  6. 2013 mayoral race
    Who Benefits From Scott Stringer’s Withdrawal From the Mayoral Race?Everyone, a little. But some more than others.
  7. world trade center
    Jerry Nadler Proposes September 11 Commemorative CoinDoes this mean the $3 coins Aunt Helen bought from a street vendor downtown five years ago while she was visiting from California are going to appreciate in value?
  8. let's get civical
    Mayor Tries New Tack for Selling Hybrid-Cab BillOne magical word: ‘Obama.’
  9. the morning line
    No Congestion Pricing, But… • So Mayor Mike struck out on his congestion-pricing deal as Albany ended the legislative session. But while that plan got all the attention, Bloomberg got a slew of other projects passed: a child-care tax credit, a corporate tax slash, and more state funds for public housing. Huh. [NYP] • Dozens of pissed-off New Yorkers are being bussed to D.C. for a congressional hearing about the Feds’ performance monitoring air quality at ground zero. Jerry Nadler will be the congressman first to grill ex–EPA head Christine Todd Whitman. [amNY] • What Sunday’s pride parade may have lacked in middle-aged, middle-class gays, it more than made up for in a newly prominent demographic: religious groups. Jews, Roman Catholics, Buddhists, and others came dangerously close, in the words of a reveler, to “hijacking the parade.” [WCBS] • The weekend brought a mass gang arrest in Bushwick — 32 kids, the youngest 13 years old, collared on their way to attend a murdered friend’s wake. The gang is supposedly an offshoot of the Bloods, colorfully dubbed the Pretty Boy Family. [NYT] • And now that Fred Thompson seems to be a viable presidential candidate, let’s get all our political advice from Law & Order cast members. Sam Waterston — a.k.a. A.D.A. Jack McCoy — is also the face of the libertarian-flavored online movement Unity08, and he’s ready to vote Bloomberg. [NYDN]