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  1. Will a Mountain of Evidence Be Enough to Convict Trump?

    Monday will see opening statements in the People of the State of New York v. Donald J. Trump. The state's case seems strong, but a conviction is far from assured.

     By Ben Protess and Jonah E. Bromwich

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    Trump's Trial Challenge: Being Stripped of Control

    The mundanity of the courtroom has all but swallowed Donald Trump, who for decades has sought to project an image of bigness and a sense of power.

     By Maggie Haberman

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    1. How Mike Johnson Got to 'Yes' on Aid to Ukraine

      Intelligence, politics and personal considerations converted the Republican speaker, who had largely opposed aid to Ukraine as a rank-and-file member, into the key figure pushing it through Congress.

       By Catie Edmondson

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    2. Vote to Resume U.S. Military Aid Is Met With Relief in Ukraine

      Much-needed munitions like artillery shells could start arriving relatively quickly, but experts say it could take weeks before U.S. assistance has a direct impact on the war.

       By Marc Santora

      CreditNicole Tung for The New York Times

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