2019年11月3日 星期日

Today's Headlines: The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. for Millions

Warren Health Plan Tightens Democrats' Embrace of Tax Increases
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The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. for Millions
The Money Farmers: How Oligarchs and Populists Milk the E.U. for Millions
By SELAM GEBREKIDAN, MATT APUZZO and BENJAMIN NOVAK

The European Union spends $65 billion a year subsidizing agriculture. But a chunk of that money emboldens strongmen, enriches politicians and finances corrupt dealing.

Warren Health Plan Tightens Democrats' Embrace of Tax Increases

News Analysis

Warren Health Plan Tightens Democrats' Embrace of Tax Increases
By JIM TANKERSLEY

A 'Medicare for all' proposal would push the boundaries of taxing corporations and the rich to fund expanded government programs.

Trump's Opposition to 'Endless Wars' Appeals to Those Who Fought Them
Trump's Opposition to 'Endless Wars' Appeals to Those Who Fought Them
By JENNIFER STEINHAUER

A majority of veterans regret the wars fought after the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. President Trump and Congress are listening.

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Editors' Picks
How Trump Reshaped the Presidency in Over 11,000 Tweets

U.S.

How Trump Reshaped the Presidency in Over 11,000 Tweets
By MICHAEL D. SHEAR, MAGGIE HABERMAN, NICHOLAS CONFESSORE, KAREN YOURISH, LARRY BUCHANAN and KEITH COLLINS

The president's tweeting was once a sideshow. But it transformed how he exerted power, leaving the White House and Twitter to grapple over whether, and how, to rein it in.

To Beat Trump, Focus on His Corruption

Opinion

To Beat Trump, Focus on His Corruption
By DAVID LEONHARDT

Personal attacks don't hurt him. Substantive ones do.

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