2019年11月2日 星期六

Today's Headlines: Elizabeth Warren Proposes $20.5 Trillion Health Care Plan

The 'Whimpering' Terrorist Only Trump Seems to Have Heard
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Elizabeth Warren Proposes $20.5 Trillion Health Care Plan
Elizabeth Warren Proposes $20.5 Trillion Health Care Plan
By THOMAS KAPLAN, ABBY GOODNOUGH and MARGOT SANGER-KATZ

Ms. Warren would impose huge tax increases on businesses and billionaires to pay for "Medicare for all," but she said she would not raise taxes on the middle class.

The 'Whimpering' Terrorist Only Trump Seems to Have Heard

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The 'Whimpering' Terrorist Only Trump Seems to Have Heard
By PETER BAKER and ERIC SCHMITT

President Trump offered a vivid account of the ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi "crying and screaming" in the final minutes before his death. The only problem: No one else knows what he's talking about.

Aide Testified White House Lawyer Warned Him to Keep Trump Ukraine Call Secret
Aide Testified White House Lawyer Warned Him to Keep Trump Ukraine Call Secret
By DANNY HAKIM and NICHOLAS FANDOS

Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman, who testified this week in the impeachment inquiry, said he was told not to discuss a call in which President Trump pressed Ukraine's president for investigations.

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'Walmart Feels Like Home Now' for These Fire Evacuees

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'Walmart Feels Like Home Now' for These Fire Evacuees
By SARAH MERVOSH

As the Kincade fire blazes on, dozens of evacuees have taken refuge in a shopping center in Rohnert Park, Calif.

Meet Memo, the Marie Kondo of Fitness

Opinion

Meet Memo, the Marie Kondo of Fitness
By LINDSAY CROUSE, NAYEEMA RAZA, TAIGE JENSEN and MAX CANTOR

In a cluttered world of boutique fitness studios and high-end gear, Guillermo Piñeda Morales reminds us that we don't need much to be our best.

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