A new cabinet in Russia, Iran takes responsibility for shooting down a plane and Parnas goes public.
The New York Times’ Nick Fandos has more:
In announcing a pair of charges that was narrowly focused on the Ukraine matter, Democrats made a careful political calculation designed to project unity and protect moderate lawmakers who face steep re-election challenges in conservative-leaning districts. They left out an article that had been the subject of internal debate among Democrats in recent weeks that would have charged Mr. Trump with obstruction of justice based on his attempts to thwart Robert S. Mueller III’s investigation into his campaign’s ties to Russian election interference in 2016.
We answer your questions about the latest in the impeachment inquiry and talk about the next steps in the process.
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