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  1. Mueller Testimony Deepens Democratic Divide on Impeachment  The New York Times
  2. Barr Green-Lights Death Penalty: Politics Daily  The Atlantic
  3. Six takeaways from Mueller's day before Congress  NBC News
  4. Michael Cohen calls out Robert Mueller from prison: ‘America deserves more!’  New York Daily News
  5. Fact-checking lawmakers’ claims during the Mueller hearings  The Washington Post
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