2019年11月8日 星期五

Today's Headlines: U.S. and China Agree to Roll Back Some Tariffs if Deal Is Struck

U.S. Envoy in Syria Says Not Enough Was Done to Avert Turkish Attack
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U.S. and China Agree to Roll Back Some Tariffs if Deal Is Struck
U.S. and China Agree to Roll Back Some Tariffs if Deal Is Struck
By ANA SWANSON, KEITH BRADSHER and ALAN RAPPEPORT

The development suggests progress toward an interim agreement that would provide relief to businesses and consumers.

U.S. Envoy in Syria Says Not Enough Was Done to Avert Turkish Attack
U.S. Envoy in Syria Says Not Enough Was Done to Avert Turkish Attack
By ERIC SCHMITT

In an internal memo, the senior American diplomat in northern Syria criticized the Trump administration for failing to try harder to deter Turkey from invading northern Syria last month.

Michael Bloomberg Actively Prepares to Enter 2020 Presidential Race
Michael Bloomberg Actively Prepares to Enter 2020 Presidential Race
By ALEXANDER BURNS

Mr. Bloomberg is expected to file paperwork this week in at least one state with an early deadline, although an adviser said the former New York mayor had not made a final decision to run.

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Editors' Picks
Russia Raided a Physics Institute. Kremlin Watchers Are Mystified.

World

Russia Raided a Physics Institute. Kremlin Watchers Are Mystified.
By ANDREW HIGGINS

The armed operation targeting scientists in Moscow prompted outrage and questions about over-the-top actions by the country's increasingly aggressive security forces.

I Was the Fastest Girl in America, Until I Joined Nike

Opinion

I Was the Fastest Girl in America, Until I Joined Nike
By MARY CAIN

Mary Cain's male coaches were convinced she had to get "thinner, and thinner, and thinner." Then her body started breaking down.

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