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^Mormons mourn their massacred kin in Mexico: 'Our lives will never be the same'<

MEXICO-AMERICANS-KILLED-FUNERALS:LA — In the 12 years since Mexico declared war on its drug cartels, sparking an era of record-breaking bloodshed, the cartels have committed horrific acts of violence against Mexicans but have rarely targeted Americans. That unspoken rule was broken this week when the nine American citizens from a Mormon community were ambushed and killed.

As families here began burying their dead Thursday, there was an eerie sense that the ground had shifted and life for the Americans had changed.

1450 by Kate Linthicum in La Mora, Mexico. MOVED


^Ukrainians used Giuliani to in effort to oust US ambassador, State Department official says<

IMPEACHMENT:BLO — Ukrainian officials seeking "revenge" against the U.S. ambassador in Kyiv used Rudy Giuliani, President Donald Trump's personal lawyer, to orchestrate a disinformation campaign that led to her ouster, a State Department official told the House impeachment inquiry.

The transcript of George Kent's Oct. 15 closed-door deposition also shows his concern about Giuliani's role guiding White House priorities, which included pushing for an investigation of a Ukraine company connected to the son of a potential 2020 presidential rival, former Vice President Joe Biden.

Kent, the deputy assistant secretary in the State Department's European and Eurasian Bureau, said the Trump administration had two points of leverage for that demand: an Oval Office meeting for the newly elected Ukrainian president and military aid authorized by Congress.

800 by Billy House in Washington. MOVED


^Poll: 1 in 4 Americans undecided about impeachment<

IMPEACHMENT-POLL:LA — Americans are divided about the impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump, and as the House prepares for public hearings next week, roughly 1 in 4 remain uncertain, providing a large audience that could be especially swayed by the evidence, a new poll shows.

Currently, 44% say the House should vote to impeach and 30% say it should not, according to the latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times nationwide poll. But 26% say they either don't know or that it's too soon to tell.

Those uncertain Americans will be a targeted audience when public hearings begin into Trump's actions toward Ukraine. The hearings are scheduled to start Wednesday, with the first witness set to be William B. Taylor Jr., the top U.S. diplomat in that country.

1600 by David Lauter in Washington. MOVED


^GOP weighs adding vocal Trump supporter Jim Jordan to impeachment inquiry team<

IMPEACHMENT-GOP-TEAM-1ST-LEDE:LA — House Republican leaders are considering adding a vocal President Donald Trump supporter who has been involved in the closed-door sessions of the impeachment inquiry to the Intelligence Committee days before public hearings are set to begin.

A senior Republican source said the temporary addition of Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, to the committee would be meant as a complement to Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif., the ranking minority member.

950 by Sarah D. Wire in Washington. MOVED


^Michael Bloomberg to file for presidential primary in Alabama this week, opening door for 2020 run<

BLOOMBERG-2020-1ST-LEDE:NY — Michael Bloomberg is taking his first official step toward running for president in 2020.

The billionaire ex-mayor, who has flirted with a White House bid for months, is filing paperwork Friday to qualify for Alabama's Democratic presidential primary, signaling he's about to jump into the 2020 race, according to two sources familiar with the matter.

300 by Anna Sanders and Chris Sommerfeldt in New York. MOVED


^CBP agents wrote fake court dates on paperwork to send migrants back to Mexico, records show<

IMMIGRATION-AGENTS-COURTDATES:SD — Asylum-seekers who have finished their court cases are being sent back to Mexico with documents that contain fraudulent future court dates, keeping some migrants south of the border indefinitely, records show.

Under the Migrant Protection Protocols policy, asylum-seekers with cases in the United States have to wait in Mexico until those cases are resolved. The Mexican government agreed to only accept migrants with future court dates scheduled.

Normally, when migrants conclude their immigration court cases, they are either paroled into the United States or kept in federal custody depending on the outcome of the case.

However, records obtained by the San Diego Union-Tribune show that on at least 14 occasions, Customs and Border Protection agents in California and Texas gave migrants who had already concluded their court cases documents with fraudulent future court dates written on them and sent the migrants back to Mexico anyway.

1450 by Gustavo Solis in San Diego. MOVED



^Democrats to build case for abuse of power against Trump next week<

IMPEACHMENT-HEARINGS:LA — House Democrats are going public next week with a case to impeach President Donald Trump that is narrowly focused on his alleged abuse of power with respect to Ukraine, putting aside — for now at least — other potential high crimes and misdemeanors in hopes of making as clear an argument as possible.

The exclusion of other issues in next week's hearings — such as obstruction of justice or violations of the Constitution's ban on the president making profit from his office — is not a sign that those issues won't potentially be included in articles down the road, according to a senior Democratic aide.

900 by Jennifer Haberkorn in Washington. MOVED


^GOP is already thinking about how to turn a Senate impeachment trial to Trump's advantage<

IMPEACHMENT-SENATE-GOP:LA — Senate Republicans are beginning to strategize about how they might use an impeachment trial to reshape the narrative in the president's favor.

President Donald Trump's strongest allies in the Senate are considering ideas such as calling witnesses that might prove embarrassing to Democrats or trying to time the proceeding to interfere with the campaigning of 2020 candidates, particularly in the run-up to the first presidential contest in Iowa.

If impeachment moves from the Democratic-controlled House to the GOP-controlled Senate, the president's party will have more control over the process. Many see it as an opportunity to allow the president's lawyers to make a high-profile case to the public.

1050 by Jennifer Haberkorn and Melanie Mason in Washington. MOVED


^Trump's top aides clash over impeachment as House probe expands<

IMPEACHMENT-WHITEHOUSE:BLO — Two of Donald Trump's most senior aides, acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and White House counsel Pat Cipollone, are clashing over who should direct the president's response to the House impeachment inquiry, according to people familiar with the matter.

Cipollone sees impeachment as his domain because he views it as a legal matter and has privately complained to colleagues that Mulvaney is trying to wrest control, the people said. Mulvaney believes he's in charge because impeachment is political and expects Cipollone to report to his office, they said.

850 by Saleha Mohsin and Jordan Fabian in Washington. MOVED


^Michael Flynn tries to get his guilty plea thrown out in Russia investigation<

FLYNN:LA — Michael Flynn, President Donald Trump's first national security adviser, is seeking to have his guilty plea thrown out for lying to the FBI during the Russia investigation — a risky legal strategy that could irritate the federal judge who will sentence him next month.

In seeking to dismiss the case, Flynn's lawyers have asked U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan to hold prosecutors in contempt of court for withholding evidence. They also have embraced what appear to be unrelated conspiracy theories pushed by Trump and his allies to discredit federal investigators.

1200 by Del Quentin Wilber in Washington. MOVED


^Roger Stone frenemy Randy Credico cuts up — in criminal trial<

STONE:BLO — Over four decades, Randy Credico has been a comedian, an impressionist, a social justice warrior and a talk show host.

On Thursday he played the part of government witness, breaking up the criminal trial of his nemesis, Roger Stone, with off-the-cuff comments that left jurors laughing and the judge battling to maintain courtroom decorum.

800 by Andrew Harris in Washington. MOVED


^Senate Democrats say 2020 election timing drove White House decision to end Haiti TPS<

DEMOCRATS-TRUMP-TPS:MI — Democrats on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee released a report on Thursday arguing that the Trump administration's 2017 plan to end Temporary Protected Status within 18 months for Haiti, El Salvador and Honduras was spurred by a desire to avoid the "electoral liability" of deporting thousands of longtime U.S. residents during Donald Trump's 2020 reelection campaign.

The report, titled Playing Politics with Humanitarian Protections: How Political Aims Trumped U.S. National Security and the Safety of TPS Recipients, used documents obtained from the State Department to show that Trump political appointees overrode the concerns of career State Department staffers about the best way to handle ending TPS for the three countries.

850 by Alex Daugherty in Washington. MOVED


^Senate panel advances judicial nominee who ignored request in impeachment probe<

APPEALSCOURT-NOMINEE:CON — An appeals court nominee has ignored a request from Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee to say whether he played a role in White House events now at the heart of the accelerating House impeachment probe — and Republicans haven't let that halt his move through the confirmation process.

The committee voted 12-10 along party lines Thursday to advance the nomination of Steven Menashi, who works in the White House counsel's office. President Donald Trump picked him for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 2nd Circuit based in New York.

600 by Todd Ruger in Washington. MOVED

^Trump nominates Energy Department's No. 2 to replace Perry<

ENERGY-NOMINEE:BLO — President Donald Trump has formally chosen the Energy Department's No. 2 official to replace Secretary Rick Perry.

Trump had been saying he planned to elevate Dan Brouillette, a former George W. Bush administration official, to the post. The promotion, which was announced by the White House on Thursday, had been anticipated by many in Washington energy circles.

300 by Ari Natter in Washington. MOVED


^As Trump abandons Paris climate pact, diplomats keep negotiating<

TRUMP-PARIS-ACCORD:BLO — President Donald Trump may be withdrawing the U.S. from the international Paris accord to fight global warming, but he's still sending a delegation to the world's largest climate change summit next month.

The U.S. will dispatch a team to the United Nations' annual climate change gathering in Madrid that will mirror the delegation at last year's summit, according to the State Department.

200 by Jennifer A. Dlouhy in Washington. MOVED



^Jeff Sessions jumps into race to reclaim Alabama Senate seat<

ALASENATE-SESSIONS:BLO — Jeff Sessions said he'll run for the Alabama Senate seat that he vacated in 2017 to became President Donald Trump's first U.S. attorney general, a return to politics that could be challenging given his tumultuous relationship with the president.

Sessions, 72, a former top Republican on the Senate Judiciary and Budget panels, easily held onto his seat for two decades, and his entry shakes up the race to defeat Democratic incumbent Doug Jones.

Sessions, who on Thursday night announced his candidacy in a video on his campaign's website, said he remains a strong Trump supporter despite "our ups and downs."

950 (with trims) by Laura Litvan in Washington. MOVED


^Amid troubles, Trump has huge cash advantage for 2020<

^CAMPAIGN-TRUMP-FUNDRAISING:CON—< For all the drama surrounding President Donald Trump — an unfolding House impeachment probe, former aides in prison and his personal consigliere reportedly under federal investigation — there's one worry he doesn't face: money for his 2020 campaign.

The White House incumbent, who took the unprecedented step of opening his reelection coffers the same day he took the oath of office in 2017, recently reported holding more than $83 million for his next race. Trump has raised a total of $165 million so far. Plus, he's helped haul in millions more for the Republican National Committee, which will help all GOP candidates get the vote out, while outside organizations allied with the president have amassed their own big bundles of political money.

1250 (with trims) by Kate Ackley in Washington. MOVED


^Adelsons plan to hold off Trump donations until late in 2020 election cycle<

TRUMP-ADELSON:WA — Sheldon and Miriam Adelson, the largest Republican donors in 2016, plan to hold off on significantly contributing to President Donald Trump's reelection effort until well into the 2020 election cycle, sources said.

Sheldon Adelson, the billionaire casino magnate who is chairman and CEO of Las Vegas Sands Corp., wants to avoid setting public expectations early in the cycle that the president's reelection bid is fully funded by megadonors, sources close to Adelson told McClatchy.

450 by Michael Wilner and Ben Wieder in Washington. MOVED


^Republicans urge Bevin to provide proof of election fraud or 'let it go' and concede<

KYGOV:LX. — A growing number of Republican lawmakers are urging Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin, a fellow Republican, to either provide evidence of the voting "irregularities" he has alleged or concede Tuesday's election to Gov.-elect Andy Beshear, who defeated him by 5,189 votes.

Senate President Robert Stivers, a Republican, first raised the possibility of the tight election being decided by the Republican-led legislature Tuesday night when he explained the process that would occur if Bevin decided to challenge the results of the race. Bevin bolstered that speculation Wednesday by claiming that thousands of absentee ballots were counted illegally without presenting any proof to back up his claim.

800 by Daniel Desrochers in Lexington, Ky. MOVED


^Analysis: Elizabeth Warren throws down the gauntlet<

HEALTHCARE-WARREN-ANALYSIS:KHN — Laying the table for the next Democratic debate, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren has issued a plan that explains how she would fund what she calls Medicare for All. She had studiously avoided saying whether it would raise taxes for the middle class, and in her proposal, she says (repeatedly) it will not.

It will instead be financed by a mix of wealth taxes, employer transfers of money they currently spend on healthcare and reductions of the many inefficiencies in our current byzantine system — among other initiatives.

But now all the candidates need to tell us more of those details about their healthcare strategies. It's time for the candidates to stop talking slogans and start talking sense — or dollars and cents — so that voters can know what they mean and choose among them.

1050 (with trims) by Elisabeth Rosenthal in Washington. MOVED


^Senate Democrats skeptical of Warren's 'Medicare for All' push<

HEALTHCARE-WARREN-SENATE-DEMOCRATS:CON — Sen. Elizabeth Warren's colleagues aren't exactly jumping to voice support for her plan to finance "Medicare for All."

The hesitation from rank-and-file Democrats across the political spectrum on backing the Massachusetts Democrat's plan shows how fraught the issue is within the party — and how challenging it would be for a Democratic White House to shepherd a plan through Congress.

1000 (with trims) by Mary Ellen McIntire in Washington. MOVED



^Trump ordered to pay $2 million for misuse of Trump Foundation funds<

TRUMP-FOUNDATION:NY — President Donald Trump must pay $2 million for running his crooked Trump Foundation charity that transferred money intended for veterans to his political campaign, a judge ruled Thursday.

Trump agreed to dissolve the foundation in December as part of a deal with New York State Attorney General Letitia James, who alleged the charity was used as an arm of his presidential campaign and a personal piggy bank for the Trump family.

500 by Stephen Rex Brown in New York. MOVED


^Eddie Johnson confirms he's retiring as Chicago's top cop at year end<

CHICAGO-POLICECHIEF-1ST-LEDE:TB — Eddie Johnson, the face of the Chicago Police Department as superintendent during one of the most tumultuous times in its 184-year history, confirmed Thursday that he would step down effective at the end of the year.

With his family and Mayor Lori Lightfoot at his side, Johnson, 59, grew emotional as he said at a news conference that he would be hanging up the four stars pinned to his dress blues.

1750 (with trims) by Jeremy Gorner and Gregory Pratt in Chicago. MOVED


^Baltimore state's attorney, police union say Suiter's death probe still open, disputing police commissioner<

BALTIMORE-DETECTIVE-1ST-LEDE:BZ — The Baltimore Police union joined State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby in declaring Thursday that an investigation into detective Sean Suiter's death in 2017 remains open.

The developments came a day after Police Commissioner Michael Harrison closed the case as a suicide after receiving a Maryland State Police report. He said the agency's review backed an earlier external investigation that found Suiter committed suicide, "nor was there any suggestion that the case should be re-investigated or continued."

950 (with trims) by Jessica Anderson and Tim Prudente in Baltimore. MOVED


^City moves toward ban on conversion therapy for LGBTQ youth<

MO-CONVERSION-THERAPY:KC — Kansas City took a step Wednesday toward becoming the second city in Missouri to ban conversion therapy for minors following more than an hour of emotional testimony from a packed room of LGBTQ residents and advocates.

Conversion therapy, often associated with religious groups, is intended to change a person's sexual orientation or gender identity. Last month, Columbia banned the practice for minors.

650 by Allison Kite in Kansas City, Mo. MOVED


^What officer's Fort Worth police file shows about his background before fatal shooting<

^DALLAS-POLICE-SHOOTING-EXOFFICER:DA—< The personnel file for former Fort Worth police officer Aaron Dean, who resigned after he fatally shot Atatiana Jefferson in her home last month, sheds light on his training and background, including a misdemeanor assault charge.

Fort Worth police released hundreds of pages of records and a 17-minute video from Dean's job interview in response to a request from The Dallas Morning News and other news organizations. Dean, 35, is charged with murder in 28-year-old Jefferson's death.

1200 by Dana Branham in Fort Worth. MOVED


^Video shows July mass arrest of Marines accused of human smuggling at Camp Pendleton<

MARINES-ARRESTED:SD. — The July mass arrest of 15 Camp Pendleton Marines in front of their 800-person battalion may have violated their rights and threatens to upend the case, attorneys for two of the accused told The San Diego Union-Tribune.

On the morning of July 25, as 800 Marines stood in formation at the Camp San Mateo area of Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton, 24 Marines' names were called.

Fifteen were ordered to stand in a line in front of the battalion "to be recognized," according to court filings in the case. The battalion sergeant major stood nearby, carrying a red folder that usually is associated with awards.

950 (with trims) by Andrew Dyer in Camp Pendleton, Calif. MOVED


^Edison offers new details about power circuit problems before Saddleridge fire<

CALIF-WILDFIRES-SADDLERIDGE:LA — Southern California Edison officials, who have said the utility's electrical system was "impacted" minutes before the Saddleridge fire broke out on Oct. 10 near Sylmar, provided new details Thursday about the events that transpired.

Edison spokesman David Eisenhauer said a conductor on its Gould-Sylmar 220kV circuit, which is supported by a transmission tower near where the fire originated, had an issue with its relay operations and timeout system.

350 by Colleen Shalby in Los Angeles. MOVED


^He wanted a pet monkey but stole a lemur instead; then he bragged about it, FBI says<

LEMUR-THEFT:LA — An Orange County man who stole an endangered ring-tailed lemur from the Santa Ana Zoo actually had his heart set on a monkey when he entered the 20-acre property under the cover of darkness last year in search of a new pet, federal investigators said this week.

Much to Aquinas "Quinn" Kasbar's chagrin, none of the monkeys would cooperate with him, so he snagged a 32-year-old lemur named Isaac instead, according to the FBI.

550 by Hannah Fry in Los Angeles. MOVED


^Puerto Rico declares 'day of mourning' for astrologer and TV personality Walter Mercado<

PUERTORICO-MERCADO:MI — Puerto Rico lowered its flags to half-staff Thursday and Gov. Wanda V zquez declared a "day of mourning" to honor Walter Mercado, the astrologer and television personality who died Saturday due to renal failure.

While V zquez had sent her condolences via Twitter shortly after his death, some wondered why she hadn't played a more prominent role in sending off one of the island's most famous celebrities.

450 by Jim Wyss in San Juan, Puerto Rico. MOVED


^Space Coast's launch dry spell is ending: SpaceX sending its Starlink satellites to orbit<

SPACEX-SATELLITE:OS — SpaceX is set to end a three-month dry spell of ground-based launches from the Space Coast on Monday with a planned launch of its Internet satellite constellation.

Scheduled to launch at about 9:55 a.m. EST from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station's launch complex 40, a Falcon 9 rocket will carry about 60 satellites into orbit. Called Starlink, the satellites are part of what could one day be a constellation numbering thousands of spacecraft in low-Earth orbit providing lower-cost Internet connectivity, even in remote areas of the globe.

400 by Chabeli Herrera in Orlando, Fla. MOVED


^Internationally known teen activist Greta Thunberg joining youth strike in Charlotte<

ENV-CLIMATE-PROTEST-1ST-LEDE:CH — Teen climate activist Greta Thunberg will be in Charlotte Friday to join an ongoing youth climate strike, according to the Climate Reality Project.

Thunberg, 16, has earned an international reputation for her success in rallying youth around the topic of addressing climate change, including a September address at the United Nations Climate Action Summit.

350 by Mark Price in Charlotte, N.C. MOVED


^Trial to determine sanity for Capital Gazette gunman rescheduled for March<

^MD-NEWSPAPER-SHOOTING:BZ—< Anne Arundel County Judge Laura Ripken has set a new date for the trial to determine whether the Capital Gazette shooter was sane at the time of the mass shooting, according to the Maryland Judiciary.

200 by Alex Mann in Annapolis, Md.. MOVED


^'I told you how much I hate Jews right?' Man pleads guilty to sending threatening texts<

FLA-THREATENING-TEXTS:MI — The text messages Hanson Larson sent to someone in Miami were concerning, investigators said.

In one, he said, "I told you how much I hate Jews right?"

Then he followed it with: "If meeting me for five seconds is not worth the lives of multiple Jews than I have no option."

400 by Carli Teproff in Miami. MOVED


^She slammed a courtroom door on her way out. A Virginia Beach judge sentenced her to 10 days in jail<

DOORSLAM-SENTENCE:VP — Sonnia Gaston came to Virginia Beach's courthouse on Wednesday to testify in support of her boyfriend.

Instead, she ended up in jail.

Gaston's boyfriend, Tyrese Lavell McEachern, had been called to court for violating his probation on a felony theft conviction, according to testimony. He had also yelled and cursed at his probation officer over the phone before hanging up.

Circuit Judge Stephen Mahan seemed particularly offended with how the 20-year-old had treated his probation officer. He sentenced McEachern to 90 days in jail.

After McEachern was led away, Gaston and another witness stormed out of the courtroom.

350 by Jane Harper in Virginia Beach, Va. MOVED


^In Mexico, national guard hunts migrants for Trump as cartels run rampant<

MEXICO-CARTEL-VIOLENCE:BLO — Mexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador said in June that the 71,000 members of his newly founded national guard would bring peace to a nation terrorized by drug cartels. But when gunmen this week killed nine women and children on the border of Chihuahua and Sonora states, guard members took at least three hours to arrive.

Lopez Obrador's signature security innovation, a camouflage-clad civilian police force with many members pulled from the military, has failed to stop a slaughter that has claimed close to 26,000 lives this year. In part that's because a sizable part of the corps has been assigned to stop undocumented migrants targeted by U.S. President Donald Trump.

1150 by Eric Martin, Justin Villamil and Andrea Navarro in Mexico City. MOVED


^All 39 victims found in Essex truck are Vietnamese, police say<

BRITAIN-TRUCK-BODIES:DPA — British and Vietnamese police on Thursday said they have identified all 39 people who were found dead in a refrigerated truck container in Essex on Oct. 23 as Vietnamese citizens and have notified their families.

Vietnam's Ministry of Public Security said the victims came from six regions of the country, the government's official news website reported.

350 by dpa in London. MOVED




NEWSBRIEFS:MCT — Nation and world news briefs.



^Trump's well-oiled campaign has everything planned — except Trump<

TRUMP-2020-CAMPAIGN:WA — President Donald Trump fiddled for months with a 2020 election message that would be ready for primetime. His top two campaign aides — Jared Kushner and Brad Parscale — sought a message that would resonate with the president's core political base and also reach skeptical independents.

Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and most trusted adviser devising the campaign's strategy, and Parscale, his campaign manager, turned to Larry Weitzner, a top political advertising consultant behind many of Trump's 2016 ads.

Weitzner produced a spot with a new slogan: "He's no Mr. Nice Guy."

Trump loved it. He called Parscale and told him to air it during the World Series.

With a referendum on his presidency less than a year away, Trump and his campaign are embracing elements of his political identity that have sharply divided the nation. The same instinctive, mercurial president remains at the helm. But this time he sits atop a campaign infrastructure fueled by an unprecedented war chest, a sophisticated digital operation and a disciplined staff.

1900 (with trims) by Michael Wilner and Francesca Chambers in Washington. MOVED


^Proposition 187 forced a generation to put fear aside and fight. It transformed California, and me<

CALIF-PROP187-FIRSTPERSON:LA — Something was about to go down and no one wanted to make the first move.

My best friend Art and I stood in the quad at our usual lunch spot: near the fountain, under the big trees. Jocks and nerds, stoners and band geeks, cholos and artsy types milled about.

Finally, one kid walked to the chain-link fence that separated Anaheim High School from the street. He threw over his backpack and climbed. Then another. More. Dozens. So many the fence collapsed from the weight. A stream of students swelled into a flood that converged with a political tsunami.

On Nov. 2, 1994, more than 10,000 teenagers across California walked out to protest Proposition 187. The initiative sought to punish "illegal aliens" by denying them certain services, including access to public health care and education.

Proposition 187 split the psyche of the state like few things before or since.

2600 by Gustavo Arellano in Los Angeles. MOVED




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