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House Intelligence Committee prepares to launch new Russia probe without Republican support

WASHINGTON - Newly empowered Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee are preparing to reopen the panel's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election, seeking new interviews and financial records even as Republicans appear ready to boycott the inquiry.

Republicans who previously led the committee ended the investigation last March by concluding they had found no evidence of conspiracy between President Donald Trump's campaign

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