2019年11月29日 星期五

Today's Headlines: Trump Visits Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

Broken Promises and Debt Pile Up as Loan Forgiveness Goes Astray
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Friday, November 29, 2019

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Trump Visits Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

Trump Visits Afghanistan and Says He Reopened Talks With Taliban

By MICHAEL CROWLEY

Details were unclear. The declaration came on an unannounced trip as the president seeks to highlight a record of achievement while he campaigns for re-election.

Broken Promises and Debt Pile Up as Loan Forgiveness Goes Astray

Broken Promises and Debt Pile Up as Loan Forgiveness Goes Astray

By ERICA L. GREEN and STACY COWLEY

A federal loan forgiveness program made a promise to students: Stick with your vital but low-wage professions and your debts will be wiped clean. Then they weren't.

China Condemns U.S. Over Hong Kong. That Won't Stop Trade Talks.

News Analysis

China Condemns U.S. Over Hong Kong. That Won't Stop Trade Talks.

By KEITH BRADSHER, JAVIER C. HERNÁNDEZ and ALEXANDRA STEVENSON

Legislation signed by Trump poses a direct challenge to Beijing's rule, but trade and the softening Chinese economy present bigger problems.

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Editors' Picks

Netflix's 2019 Holiday Movies, Reviewed and Ranked

Movies

Netflix's 2019 Holiday Movies, Reviewed and Ranked

By ELISABETH VINCENTELLI

The streaming service added a bunch of original holiday movies this year, some better than others. We watched them all.

It's a Terrible Day in the Neighborhood, and That's O.K.

Opinion | The Stone

It's a Terrible Day in the Neighborhood, and That's O.K.

By MARIANA ALESSANDRI

Fred Rogers's belief that we should validate emotions, not suppress them, is wisdom for all ages.

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