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For Republican senators, Bolton brings an added pressure point: money.
Author: Nicholas Fandos
Mr. Bolton’s political action committee has given away more than $1 million, some of it to senators who are now considering whether to subpoena him.
Bloomberg and Trump Once Crossed Paths in New York. Now They Cross Swords.
Author: Maggie Haberman and Annie Karni
Acquaintances as members of the wealthy Manhattan elite, Michael Bloomberg and President Trump have become bitter rivals. And a flurry of Bloomberg attack ads have begun to anger the president.
Romney says it is ‘increasingly likely’ the Senate will call Bolton.
Author: Nicholas Fandos
A lonely voice in favor of calling Mr. Bolton believes he may soon have more company.
Republican senators privately complain they were blindsided by Bolton.
Author: Maggie Haberman
The revelations by the former national security adviser, which the White House has had for weeks, angered some Republicans.
Could the House call Bolton itself? Yes, but Democrats want to wait.
Author: Nicholas Fandos
House lawmakers want to keep pressure on the Senate for now.
Graham warns that if Democrats get the witnesses they want, Trump must too.
Author: Michael D. Shear
Senator Graham’s comment underscored how Bolton’s revelations may have increased the likelihood that the Senate will vote to hear from witnesses.
John Bolton’s Account Upends Trump’s Denials, but Will It Upend Trump?
Author: Peter Baker
A president who has survived one revelation after another the last three years now faces perhaps the most serious disclosure of his political career at the very moment he is on trial in the Senate.
John Bolton’s Account Upends Trump’s Denials, but Will It Upend Trump?
Author: Peter Baker
A president who has survived one revelation after another the last three years now faces perhaps the most serious disclosure of his political career at the very moment he is on trial in the Senate.
Trump denies Bolton’s account linking Ukraine’s aid to Biden investigations.
Author: Eileen Sullivan
President Trump also falsely claimed that Democrats had never asked Mr. Bolton to testify.

Columbian Newspaper

Stall on I-205 bridge backs up traffic into Vancouver
Author: Amy Libby

A stall on the Interstate 205 Bridge backed up traffic Monday morning north of state Highway 500.

The southbound stall mid-bridge slowed traffic on the interstate, Mill Plain Boulevard and east- and westbound state Highway 14 past 164th Avenue as of 7 a.m. According to Washington State Department of Transportation, the stalled vehicle blocked the right center land at 6:39 p.m. The stall was cleared shortly after 7 a.m.

Traffic on southbound Interstate 5 was also slow approaching the bridge and at the onramp from state Highway 500.

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