Gordon Sondland, President Trump’s emissary to the European Union, said vital U.S. military assistance to Ukraine might be freed up if the country’s top prosecutor “would go to the mike and announce that he was opening the Burisma investigation,” a…
By Melinda Deslatte, Associated Press
Deep in the heart of the conservative South, Louisiana’s voters reelected Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards to a second term, shocking Republicans who had hoped to reclaim the seat on the strength of President Donald Trump’s popularity.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
President Donald Trump spent more than two hours at Walter Reed National Medical Center on Saturday for what the White House said were medical tests as part of his annual physical.
By Paul Newberry, Associated Press
Colin Kaepernick threw passes for about 40 minutes on a high school field, then signed autographs for hundreds of fans who gathered in an end zone to watch his NFL workout that was suddenly moved Saturday, the latest strange twist…
By PBS NewsHour
Mark Sandy on Saturday became the first White House official from the Office of Management and Budget -- the office that withheld military aid to Ukraine -- to testify in the ongoing impeachment inquiry. His closed-door deposition followed a week…
By Megan Thompson, Melanie Saltzman, Mark Bittman
Scientists in Minnesota and Kansas are developing a grain called Kernza, which, unlike most of our food crops, is a perennial plant with a whole host of environmental benefits. While it’s still far from hitting the market widely, food producers…
By Hope Yen, Calvin Woodward, Associated Press
A look at some of the claims from the first round of public hearings and the larger political arena from the week.
By Karel Janicek, Associated Press
Protesters from across the Czech Republic attended Saturday’s demonstration, the second massive protest opposing Babis at Letna park, the scene of massive gatherings in 1989 that greatly contributed to the fall of communism.
By Megan Thompson, Melanie Saltzman, Beth Dooley
During a recent visit to the Birchwood Cafe in Minneapolis, chef and author Beth Dooley showed PBS NewsHour Weekend how to cook Kernza pancakes. The cafe, a local institution known for its commitment to local and sustainable ingredients, was one…
By Claire Parker, Associated Press
Scuffles between Paris police and activists on Saturday marred the anniversary of the birth of the yellow vest movement against government policies seen as favoring the rich.
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