2019年12月27日 星期五

Today's Headlines: Anguish and Anger From the Navy SEALS Who Turned In Edward Gallagher

With U.S. Help No Longer Assured, Saudis Try a New Strategy: Talks
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Anguish and Anger From the Navy SEALS Who Turned In Edward Gallagher

Anguish and Anger From the Navy SEALS Who Turned In Edward Gallagher

By DAVE PHILIPPS

Video interviews and group texts obtained by The Times show men describing their platoon leader in grim terms.

With U.S. Help No Longer Assured, Saudis Try a New Strategy: Talks

With U.S. Help No Longer Assured, Saudis Try a New Strategy: Talks

By DECLAN WALSH and BEN HUBBARD

Worried that they can no longer count on American defense, the Saudis have begun talking to their enemies to cool conflicts in the region.

A Barrier to Trump's Border Wall: Landowners in Texas

A Barrier to Trump's Border Wall: Landowners in Texas

By ZOLAN KANNO-YOUNGS

Construction of President Trump's border wall has been slow going, in part because the Texans who own the land have to be coaxed or coerced to sell it, whether they want to or not.

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Editors' Picks

Nicaragua Has a Simple Message for Protesters: Don't

World

Nicaragua Has a Simple Message for Protesters: Don't

By FRANCES ROBLES and CESAR RODRIGUEZ

For nearly two years, Nicaraguans have been rising up against their government. It has cost some dearly.

What Will It Take to Beat Donald Trump?

Opinion

What Will It Take to Beat Donald Trump?

By BRET STEPHENS

It's not what the progressive left is talking about.

Opinion

The Khashoggi Cover-Up Goes On

The Khashoggi Cover-Up Goes On

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

An unconvincing trial produces an unsatisfying verdict in the murder of the journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

Evictions Are Down in New York. Thank the Voters.

Editorial Observer

Evictions Are Down in New York. Thank the Voters.

By MARA GAY

The rent protections passed by the newly Democratic State Senate are working.

Big Money and America's Lost Decade

Big Money and America's Lost Decade

By PAUL KRUGMAN

Yes, the rich have too much political influence.

Why Are Brazilian Streets So Calm?

Why Are Brazilian Streets So Calm?

By VANESSA BARBARA

The rest of Latin America is on fire. Why is its largest country still so quiet?

'You Are Killing Us? We Will Make You a Joke.' Meet Ahmed Albasheer.

Fixes

'You Are Killing Us? We Will Make You a Joke.' Meet Ahmed Albasheer.

By TINA ROSENBERG

The Iraqi comedian's TV show is fueling demonstrations in his home country.

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