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Sunday January 19th, 2020 morning edition

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The documents show Derek Harvey, who served as an advisor to President Trump before joining Nunes’ staff, messaging Parnas about speaking to former Ukrainian government officials via Skype.

Harvey provided Parnas, a Floridian-Ukrainian businessman, with Nunes’s contact information two days before records show the two spoke on the phone.

As I said the other day, there’s a reason Nunes suddenly copped to knowing Parnas in that Fox interview.

“It looks like we can get all the interviews set up for Tuesday or Wednesday whatever works better for you,” Parnas responded.

New evidence shows Nunes aide communicated with Parnas on Ukraine — Richard W. Painter (@RWPUSA) January 18, 2020.

Some Democratic lawmakers said as early as November 2019 that they anticipated that there would be an ethics investigation of Nunes.

There have been other times over the past couple of years when ethics watchdogs called for such investigations. »

Having a Baby May Cost Some Families $4,500 Out-Of-Pocket

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And the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which required large, employer-based health plans (used by about 50% of women in the U.S.) to cover maternity care, hasn’t protected families from shouldering a big brunt of costs.

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Researchers analyzed costs for all health care services used before and after delivery that might influence pregnancy outcomes. »

Australian drivers could face $11,000 fine for tossing lit cigarette in wake of bushfires

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Drivers in Australian can now face fines of up to $11,000 for throwing lit cigarettes out of their vehicles, a penalty that comes as officials respond to bushfires devastating the region.

The penalty for tossing lit cigarettes out of automobiles took effect on Friday in New South Wales, a southeastern Australian state that has been severely impacted by the uptick in bushfires.

Both drivers and passengers could also receive lesser penalties for tossing lit cigarettes during times in which a fire ban has not been called. »

‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’ Comes To The Criterion Collection In April

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And for the month of April, that continues, as the recent Criterion announcement contains a perfect cross-section of titles that shows just how much variety exists in the catalog.

READ MORE: ‘Man In A Room’: Criterion Channel Says Alex Ross Perry’s Doc About Paul Schrader Will Stream Later This Month.

But don’t think that April is just bringing quirky films to Criterion. »

The World's Biggest Ocean Cleanup Has Officially Started »

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The Ocean Cleanup Creates Special Ocean Cleanup Technology to Rid the Oceans of Plastic.

Last September, The Ocean Cleanup, a company committed to ridding the oceans of plastic debris, started a massive project using advanced technology to clean trash floating in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

What do you think about this new technology to assist in ocean cleanup? »