2019年11月11日 星期一

Today's Headlines: Bolivian Leader Evo Morales Steps Down

Warren Would Take Billionaires Down a Few Billion Pegs
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Monday, November 11, 2019

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Bolivian Leader Evo Morales Steps Down
Bolivian Leader Evo Morales Steps Down
By ERNESTO LONDOÑO

A leftist who had served longer than any other current head of state in Latin America, Mr. Morales lost his grip on power amid violent protests set off by a disputed election.

Warren Would Take Billionaires Down a Few Billion Pegs
Warren Would Take Billionaires Down a Few Billion Pegs
By PATRICIA COHEN

Elizabeth Warren's tax proposals would significantly curb the gigantic fortunes of America's richest families over time.

Close Election in Kentucky Was Ripe for Twitter, and an Omen for 2020
Close Election in Kentucky Was Ripe for Twitter, and an Omen for 2020
By MATTHEW ROSENBERG and NICK CORASANITI

As hyperpartisan activists, trolls and bots spread unfounded claims of voter fraud, a contested governor's race is a preview of what many fear for the presidential election.

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Today's Videos
'It's Mutilation': The Police in Chile Are Blinding Protesters
VideoVideo: 'It's Mutilation': The Police in Chile Are Blinding Protesters
By BRENT McDONALD, MIGUEL TOVAR and ARMANDO DE LA CRUZ

Our correspondent goes inside an eye trauma unit in Chile that's responding to "an epidemic" of protesters who have been shot in the eye by police pellet guns.

Watch: President Evo Morales of Bolivia Resigns
VideoVideo: Watch: President Evo Morales of Bolivia Resigns
By REUTERS

Evo Morales resigned as president of Bolivia on Nov. 10 after weeks of mass protests by an infuriated population that accused him of undermining democracy and trying to extend the tenure of his rule.

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