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An examination by The New York Times reveals the extent of President Trump’s assault on federal law enforcement, which has exposed him to accusations of obstruction of justice.
A German-led tank battalion with Dutch soldiers gives a glimpse of what a “real European army” may look like one day, though the obstacles are huge.
Quotation of the Day for Wednesday, February 20, 2019
Corrections appearing in print on Tuesday, February 20, 2019.
Duelo de conciertos por Venezuela, reglas secretas del Vaticano y la guerra judicial de Trump: lo que está sucediendo en América Latina y el mundo.
Byron Walden schools us on what makes a good midweek puzzle.
The raid left two suspects dead and four officers shot. The practice has been criticized for placing officers, suspects and bystanders in avoidable danger.
Lynn Nottage’s barbed satire looks at the narrow options offered African-American actresses in a movie industry that can’t shake stereotypes.
This revival of Stephen Sondheim’s musical, about a Broadway composer who sells out to Hollywood, is not so much stripped-down as emaciated.
The testimony came as the North Carolina State Board of Elections heard evidence that could lead to a new vote in the Ninth Congressional District.
Held in a refugee camp in Syria, the two female recruits said they regretted joining the Islamic State and asked for a second chance.
The victims, who immigrated in 2017, ranged in age from 4 months to 15 years old. The cause of the early-morning blaze in Nova Scotia remains under investigation.
North Carolina officials present evidence a Republican operative stole a House race.
The United States ambassador to the United Nations, in many ways, is regarded as America’s face to the world. The Trump administration has now gone without one for nearly two months.
Called by some “the grandfather of climate science,” he wrote a 1975 paper that asked, “Are We on the Brink of a Pronounced Global Warming?”
It’s not just the emergency declaration. President Trump is also siphoning more than $2 billion in military funds for his wall through another complex move.
Fractures are growing among both Democrats and Republicans.
The consulting company settled with the Justice Department unit that oversees the bankruptcy system. But the creditor allegations that led to the settlement are still before a judge.
The military should stand down and allow in urgently needed food and medical supplies.