Good afternoon: Today's PM — edited by Justin Green — is 425 words, a 2-minute read.
Situational awareness: Twitter will no longer accept political advertising, CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted, creating a clear contrast with Facebook. Go deeper.
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After nearly three years of holding back her members, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has been increasingly vocal about the direction of the impeachment process — even if she's not yet a firm yes that it's going to happen.
Why it matters: Pelosi resisted years of calls for impeachment, starting as far back as early 2017. She also resisted calls to impeach George W. Bush back in the final years of his presidency.
The big picture: While House Democrats have been eager to wrap up before the new year, the WashPost notes, "the surprising number of witnesses agreeing to testify behind closed doors in the Capitol over the past few weeks has extended the timeline."
Ronald Reagan's Air Force One sits on display at the Reagan Presidential Library as the Easy Fire burns menacingly in the hills in Simi Valley, California.
Back in September, I told you about Nirmal Purja, the Nepali climber who was attempting to shatter the world record for ascending the world's 14 highest peaks.