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^Trump's plan to pull troops back in Syria threatens chaos in the region, sparks GOP revolt<

USTURKEY-SYRIA:LA _ President Donald Trump's decision to pull remaining U.S. troops back from northeastern Syria threatens to revive the Islamic State terrorist group and destabilize the volatile region, senior U.S. officials said Monday, while senior Republicans in Congress angrily rebuked the president as he fights an impeachment inquiry.

Trump abruptly announced the move late Sunday without consulting top Pentagon or State Department advisers.

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^Trump not immune from NY demand for tax returns, judge says, but president wins delay<

TRUMP-TAXRETURNS-1ST-LEDE:BLO _ President Donald Trump's accounting firm was ordered by a federal court to turn over his tax filings and other financial records to New York state prosecutors, though the president won a last-minute delay pending an emergency appeal.

A federal judge in New York ruled early Monday that Trump can't stop his accountants, Mazars USA LLP, from turning over eight years of taxes and other financial documents to the Manhattan district attorney, who is investigating whether the Trump Organization falsified business records related to hush payments.

Trump immediately appealed and in less than two hours won a delay to give the federal appeals court in Manhattan time for expedited review.

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^Trump mines weak spots in foreign leaders for battles at home<

TRUMP-FOREIGNLEADERS:BLO _ He might be fighting to salvage his presidency, but President Donald Trump can still smell weakness in others.

In his efforts to discredit his domestic enemies, Trump has solicited help from Ukraine's rookie president, a collapsing Italian government, an Australian battling China and Boris Johnson of Brexit-divided Britain. Next up could be Romania, where the prime minister's main political backer has just been sent to jail.

The result is that conversations with the U.S. leader have the potential to produce dramatic and unpredictable outcomes, one way or another.

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^Trump says Adam Schiff and Nancy Pelosi committed 'Treason' and should be 'impeached'<

TRUMP-PELOSI-SCHIFF:LA _ President Donald Trump lashed out against House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Adam Schiff, accusing them of treason and calling for their "impeachment" in a series of tweets Sunday night.

The California political leaders are leading the House Democrats' impeachment inquiry into Trump that is focused on the president's outreach to foreign governments to help him win reelection in the 2020 presidential election.

Members of the House and Senate cannot be impeached. They can, however, be expelled by a congressional vote in the applicable chamber.

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^Graham says he'll introduce Turkey sanctions after Trump orders US troops out of Kurdish territory<

USTURKEY-SYRIA-REACTION:CON _ Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said Monday he and Democratic Sen. Chris Van Hollen will introduce bipartisan sanctions against Turkey if it crosses the Syrian border and attacks Kurdish forces, after President Donald Trump said late Sunday that he was withdrawing U.S. troops from the border region.

"This decision to abandon our Kurdish allies and turn Syria over to Russia, Iran, & Turkey will put every radical Islamist on steroids. Shot in the arm to the bad guys. Devastating for the good guys," Graham tweeted.

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^Perry says he 'absolutely' asked Trump to call Ukraine president _ but about energy, not Biden<

UKRAINE-TRUMP-PERRY-1ST-LEDE:DA _ Energy Secretary Rick Perry on Monday acknowledged that he asked President Donald Trump "multiple times" to call Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy _ but not about former Vice President Joe Biden, the topic that has caught Trump in an impeachment inquiry.

The former Texas governor said at a news conference in Lithuania that he encouraged Trump to speak to the Ukrainian leader about energy, according to CNN and Politico.

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^Supreme Court allows blind people to sue retailers if their websites are not accessible<

SCOTUS-WEBSITES-ACCESSIBLE:LA _ The Supreme Court cleared the way Monday for blind people to sue Domino's Pizza and other retailers if their websites are not accessible to these people.

In a potentially far-reaching move, the justices turned down an appeal from Domino's and let stand a 9th Circuit Court of Appeals ruling holding that the Americans With Disabilities Act protects access not just to restaurants and stores, but also to the websites and apps of those businesses.

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^US Supreme Court rejects Calif. utility's appeal to pass $379 million in wildfire costs to ratepayers<

SCOTUS-WILDFIRES-COSTS-1ST-LEDE:SD _ The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday said it will not hear San Diego Gas & Electric's appeal of a California Supreme Court case that turned back the utility's request to pass along $379 million in costs related to the 2007 wildfires that blazed through San Diego County.

"The petition for a writ of certiorari is denied," the high court said in regard to the SDG&E request that was part of a long, 78-page list of dispositions of cases from parties from around the country who were asking for their cases to be heard.

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^Here are the big cases to watch in Supreme Court's new term<

SCOTUS-KEYCASES:LA _ The Supreme Court this term will hear arguments in more than 50 cases that have been granted review so far. Here are some of the most closely watched.

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^Why GOP may want a House vote on impeachment inquiry and Pelosi doesn't<

IMPEACHMENT-INQUIRY-VOTE:LA _ Beneath the heated argument of whether the House should have a formal resolution to open an impeachment inquiry is a potential benefit for Republicans, if they can force a vote: the chance to subpoena their own witnesses and information.

In both the Richard Nixon and Bill Clinton impeachment inquiry resolutions, the minority party on the investigating committee was granted the power to subpoena _ something the minority party does not normally have.

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^Texas Rep. Will Hurd, Republican and former CIA officer, at center of impeachment fight<

IMPEACHMENT-HURD:LA _ On a two-lane highway between Del Rio, Texas, and Eagle Pass, Republican Rep. Will Hurd shifted in the passenger seat of a small rental car. He'd folded his long frame into the tight space for the hour's drive through his massive district, which stretches along more than 800 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border. The summer heat blurred the landscape outside.

Ever since his time as an undercover officer in the CIA, where he learned how to maintain control at high speeds, Hurd said, he prefers being in the driver's seat.

"Old habits die hard, man."

A few months later and 1,700 miles away in Washington, the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump is hurtling forward with House Democrats behind the wheel. That leaves Hurd with a difficult decision: Put up roadblocks, or try to navigate?

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^South Florida oil magnate tangled in Trump impeachment inquiry<

^IMPEACHMENT-OILMAGNATE:FL_< A South Florida oil magnate and former state GOP finance chairman was involved in Ukrainian business dealings under scrutiny because of the President Donald Trump impeachment inquiry, The Associated Press reported Sunday night.

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^Rep. Carolyn Maloney hospitalized after suffering medical episode in Manhattan<

HOUSE-MALONEY-1ST-LEDE:NY _ Rep. Carolyn Maloney, D-N.Y., suffered a medical episode in Manhattan on Monday morning.

Maloney, 73, appeared to be on the verge of fainting after delivering remarks at a news conference in Chinatown. The Manhattan congresswoman told a staffer that she felt pain and couldn't see.

Maloney was escorted out of view of the press and taken to Lower Manhattan Hospital. She was still there a couple hours later.

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^Trump aide calls drug price deal possible if impeachment fades<

TRUMP-DRUGPRICES:CON _ President Donald Trump's top domestic policy adviser on Monday predicted that the White House could strike a deal with House Democrats on drug prices _ if the impeachment inquiry into the president ultimately doesn't go anywhere.

Domestic Policy Council Director Joe Grogan said House Democrats deserve credit for proposing a drug price bill, which he called ambitious. But Grogan said the White House wasn't ready to issue a firm position on the bill and suggested that the Democrats were making it harder to achieve the goal while being "distracted" by impeachment.

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^US, Japan sign limited deal on farming, digital trade deals<

USJAPAN-TRADE:BLO _ The U.S. and Japan signed a limited trade deal intended to boost markets for American farmers and give Tokyo assurances, for now, that President Donald Trump won't impose tariffs on auto imports.

The accords on agriculture and digital trade cover about $55 billion worth of commerce between the world's largest- and third-biggest economies, U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer said at a ceremony in the Oval Office alongside Trump.

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^Rubio on calls for Haitian president to resign: 'We are not going to interfere'<

HAITI-RUBIO:MI _ Florida Republican Sen. Marco Rubio has been one of Haiti's most vocal supporters _ urging the current government to side with the United States against longtime ally and oil benefactor, Venezuela's Nicolas Maduro, and also warning the Caribbean nation against ditching Taiwan for China.

But on Monday as Haiti entered a fourth week of paralysis over demands for President Jovenel Moise to step down, Rubio said the U.S. has no role to play in the deepening crisis spurred by recurring fuel shortages and allegations of graft and mismanagement of the economy by Moise.

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^Warren has many plans, but on health care, she's with Bernie<

WARREN-HEALTHCARE:BLO _ Elizabeth Warren has a plan for everything _ but on the crucial 2020 issue of health care, she's borrowing from a rival and fellow progressive _ Bernie Sanders.

The presidential candidate who made a mark with her signature "I have a plan for that!" is the only one of the five top-polling Democrats without a sweeping proposal of her own to remake the health care system. She has instead championed Sanders' legislation to replace private insurance by putting every American in an expanded Medicare program.

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^Joe Sestak walked across Pennsylvania in a failed Senate bid. Now he's crossing New Hampshire in a run for president.<

SESTAK:PH _ It's a long walk for a long shot. But he's done longer. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Sestak, a former U.S. representative from Pennsylvania, will take his signature campaign move _ the literal statewide walk _ to New Hampshire this month. Moving east to west, he plans to cover about 100 miles over seven days.

In 2015, Sestak walked 422 miles across Pennslyvania to launch his bid for Senate. He lost the primary to party-backed Katie McGinty, who went on to lose to Republican Sen. Pat Toomey.

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^1 suspect in custody, another at large after mass shooting at Kansas City, Kansas, bar<

KANSASCITY-SHOOTING:KC _ One man suspected in a shooting that killed four people and injured five others at a Kansas City, Kan., bar has been arrested while another suspect remains at large, police announced in a statement early Monday.

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^Rep. Ilhan Omar files for divorce<

HOUSE-OMAR-DIVORCE:MS _ Minnesota U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, long under scrutiny from conservative groups about her personal life, filed for divorce Friday from her second husband, Ahmed Hirsi, according to court documents filed in Hennepin County District Court.

The divorce papers, filed on her 37th birthday, cite an "irretrievable breakdown of the marriage relationship" with Hirsi, a man with whom she has been romantically involved since she was 19. Omar and Hirsi, a former Minneapolis City Council aide, have three children together, although they did not legally wed until 2018.

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^Julian Castro escorts LGBTQ and disabled asylum-seekers across Mexican border<

CASTRO-BORDER:LA _ Presidential candidate Julian Castro on Monday escorted a group of asylum-seekers across the border bridge to his native Texas from Mexico, where they had been sent under the Trump administration's "Remain in Mexico" policy.

Walking across the bridge with Castro were nine gay and lesbian asylum-seekers from Cuba, Guatemala and Honduras, as well as a deaf Salvadoran woman and her three relatives.

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^NAACP legal defense fund calls for independent investigation into death of witness in former Dallas police officer's trial<

DALLAS-POLICE-SHOOTING-WITNESS:DA _ The NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund called for an independent investigation of the shooting death of Joshua Brown, who was a witness in the case of former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger, as his slaying Friday touched off an outcry around the country.

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^Jerry Falwell Jr. settles Miami court case over South Beach 'pool boy' venture<

FALWELLJR-POOLBOY:MI _ Jerry Falwell Jr. has settled the Miami court case that laid out many of the details behind the South Beach real estate venture his family launched in 2013 with a former Fontainebleau pool attendant the evangelical leader and his wife met while on vacation.

In a federal court filing, Falwell and the young lawyer who sued him, Gordon Bello, said they have settled the case for an undisclosed "monetary sum" that Falwell, the president of Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia, will pay Bello, a legislative aide for the Miami-Dade County Commission.

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^Rep. Duncan Hunter's criminal trial delayed until Jan. 22<

CONGRESS-HUNTER:SD _ A new date has been set for the criminal trial of Rep. Duncan Hunter, R-Calif.; he will now face trial starting on Jan. 22, instead of Jan. 14, based on a court decision Monday.

U.S. District Court Judge Thomas J. Whelan changed the date after lawyers requested a delay. It will allow time for the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals to consider arguments by Hunter and the government in an appeal of Whelan's refusal in July to throw out the indictment.

Hunter's lawyers plan to ask the appeals court to dismiss charges that he spent more than $250,000 in campaign donations on girlfriends, family vacations, tuition for his children and other personal expenses.

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^Judge vacates ruling against man who spent 10 days in jail for missing jury duty<

FLA-JURYDUTY-JAILED:PM _ The man whose story about serving 10 days in jail for missing jury duty gained national attention will no longer have a criminal record, a Palm Beach County judge wrote in an order filed Monday.

Circuit Judge John Kastrenakes vacated and rescinded his finding of contempt of court and the sentence of probation for Deandre Somerville, after "reflection over the weekend."

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^US senator questions FAA exemption that allowed passengers to fly in B-17 after crash kills 7 and injures 7<

CONN-VINTAGEPLANE-CRASH:HC _ In a letter to the head of the Federal Aviation Administration Monday, U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal questioned an exemption that allowed passengers to fly in a 75-year-old B-17 bomber that crashed last week at Connecticut's Bradley International Airport, killing seven people and injuring seven others.

Blumenthal's office uncovered a letter from the FAA in March 2018 that extended the exemption allowing the plane to fly with paid passengers through 2020.

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^Texas man accused of robbing bank to pay for wedding ring, venue, sheriff says<

BANKROBBERY-WEDDING:FT _ A Crockett, Texas, man is accused of robbing a bank Friday to pay for a wedding ring and the venue for the wedding, a Texas sheriff said.

He was going to be married Saturday.

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^Five shot, including city police officer, at high school alumni gathering in north St. Louis County<

^STLOUIS-SHOOTING:SL_< Five people were shot, including a St. Louis police officer who was seriously injured, during a bonfire for Normandy High School alumni late Saturday in north St. Louis County.

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^State medical examiner exhumes bodies of two victims of infamous 1944 circus fire in search for DNA<

CIRCUSFIRE-BODIES:HC _ For 75 years they've been numbers in a graveyard _ 2109 and 4512 _ but on Monday the state medical examiner began the painstaking process of exhuming their bodies in hopes of solving one of the enduring mysteries of the Hartford circus fire.

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^HIV prevention drugs will be available over the counter in California under law signed by Newsom<

CALIF-HIV-DRUGS:LA _ California will expand access to HIV prevention drugs by allowing pharmacies to offer the medications without a prescription under a law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom on Monday.

Senate Bill 159 by Sen. Scott Wiener, D-San Francisco, and Assemblyman Todd Gloria, D-San Diego, allows pharmacists to dispense pre-exposure prophylaxis, known as PrEP, and post-exposure prophylaxis, known as PEP, over the counter in a way similar to birth control and emergency contraceptives. The law will also bar insurance companies from requiring prior authorization before the HIV prevention drugs are provided.

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^Baltimore's highest-paid city employee is police sergeant charged with assaulting bystander<

BALTIMORE-OFFICER:BZ _ A suspended police sergeant accused by the Baltimore police commissioner of "tarnishing the badge" was the city's highest-paid employee during the last fiscal year.

Sgt. Ethan Newberg, a 24-year veteran of the Baltimore Police Department, earned $260,775 in the fiscal year that ended June 30, according to data recently posted on Open Baltimore, the city's open data website. Overtime more than doubled his base salary of $107,807.

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^Hurricane center tracking three systems; one is near South Florida<

WEA-TROPICALSYSTEMS:OS _ Meteorologists on Monday observed a developing system at the foot of South Florida, according to the National Hurricane Center's 2 p.m. EDT update.

A trough of low pressure producing showers and thunderstorms exists just south of the Florida Straits and is forecast to pass over South Florida on Tuesday and move toward the Atlantic, the NHC said. The system has a 10% chance of developing into a tropical depression in the next two to five days.

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^Disney World gondola shutdown: What we know so far<

DISNEYWORLD-GONDOLAS:OS _ On Saturday night, hundreds of Disney-goers were stranded in the air as the new gondolas suffered a shutdown

Here's what we know about what happened and the questions that are still unanswered.

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^THE WORLD<

^Iraqi president condemns protest violence, vows steps toward reform<

IRAQ-VIOLENCE-1ST-LEDE:DPA _ Iraqi President Barham Salih condemned the violence that has killed more than 100 people in anti-government rallies over the past week, as he announced a series of measures aimed at meeting the demands of the thousands of demonstrators.

Thousands of Iraqis have taken to the streets since Oct. 1 in the oil-rich country to protest corruption, lack of job opportunities and poor services _ in particular access to electricity and clean water. More than 104 people have been killed.

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^Houston Rockets manager backs off Hong Kong tweet after China backlash<

NBA-CHINA-HONGKONG:BLO _ The Houston Rockets and the NBA found themselves caught in a firestorm of controversy over a tweet about the protests in Hong Kong, extending to the sports world the list of targets vulnerable to China's political sensitivities.

In a tweet late Friday, General Manager Daryl Morey appeared to support Hong Kong demonstrators, with the message containing an image that read "Fight for Freedom. Stand with Hong Kong." The message was deleted, and Morey later tweeted that he did not mean to cause offense. The National Basketball Association issued its own apology.

But the damage was done, with Chinese sportswear maker Li Ning Co. and Shanghai Pudong Development Bank Credit Card Center suspending cooperation with the Rockets, while CCTV Sports said it will halt broadcasting the team's games.

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^SCIENCE, MEDICINE, ENVIRONMENT<

^2 New Yorkers, 1 British scientist awarded Nobel Prize for medicine<

NOBEL-MEDICINE:NY _ The 2019 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine was jointly awarded Monday to two New Yorkers and a British scientist who discovered how the body's cells sense and adapt to different oxygen levels _ a finding the Nobel Committee credited with paving the way for "promising new strategies to fight anemia, cancer and many other diseases."

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^Study: Mice that vaped nicotine for a year had big increase in tumor growth<

SCI-VAPING-MICE:LA _ New research in mice suggests that long-term exposure to vaping liquids that contain nicotine greatly increases the risk of cancer.

After breathing in the vapor for 20 hours a week for more than a year, 22.5% of the mice had cancerous tumors in the lining of the lungs, and 57.5% developed growths in their bladder tissue that can be precursors to cancer.

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^Talk of reparations for slavery moves to state capitols<

SLAVERY-REPARATIONS:SH _ Four centuries after the first African slaves landed on Virginia shores, state lawmakers across the country are taking up the debate over how to atone for what's been called "America's Original Sin."

This year, Democratic lawmakers in California, New York and Vermont _ states that either outlawed slavery before the Civil War or never allowed it _ have introduced legislation that would apologize for their state's role in slavery; recognize the lasting, negative impact of slavery on current generations of African Americans; and explore monetary reparations.

In April, Democratic lawmakers in Texas introduced a bill urging the passage of a federal reparations bill introduced by U.S. Rep. Sheila Jackson-Lee, also a Democrat, that same month. (Sponsors did not return Stateline calls for comment.) And in September, Florida lawmakers introduced a $10 million reparations bill for the descendants of victims of a specific, 1920 racial atrocity, the Ocoee massacre.

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^A new garden, a sexual assault and the fight at Stanford over Chanel Miller's voice<

^CMP-STANFORD-SEXASSAULT-GARDEN:LA_

Her statement was published online the following day and quickly emerged as a viral rallying cry for survivors of sexual violence. Now, three years later, her words are at the center of a clash between Stanford students and administrators.

Chanel Miller, who publicly identified herself in September as the 23-year-old who was attacked by Stanford student Brock Turner, came to an agreement with the university: The scene of the crime would be transformed into a garden and marked with a plaque etched with words of Miller's choosing from her victim impact statement.

In the two years since the garden was built, the university has twice rejected the language Miller chose for the plaque, instead offering alternatives she has nixed.

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