2019年12月30日 星期一

Today's Headlines: Behind the Ukraine Aid Freeze: 84 Days of Conflict and Confusion

Intruder in Monsey Screamed 'I'll Get You' in Machete Attack on Jews
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Behind the Ukraine Aid Freeze: 84 Days of Conflict and Confusion

Behind the Ukraine Aid Freeze: 84 Days of Conflict and Confusion

By ERIC LIPTON, MAGGIE HABERMAN and MARK MAZZETTI

The inside story of President Trump's demand to halt military assistance to an ally shows the price he was willing to pay to carry out his agenda.

Intruder in Monsey Screamed 'I'll Get You' in Machete Attack on Jews

Intruder in Monsey Screamed 'I'll Get You' in Machete Attack on Jews

By REBECCA LIEBSON, CHRISTINA GOLDBAUM, JOSEPH GOLDSTEIN and NICHOLAS BOGEL-BURROUGHS

The rampage at a rabbi's home in the New York suburbs wounded five people and traumatized the Jewish community in the region.

California Is Booming. Why Are So Many Californians Unhappy?

California Is Booming. Why Are So Many Californians Unhappy?

By CONOR DOUGHERTY

Fire, garbage and homelessness increasingly plague the Golden State.

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Editors' Picks

Left Behind by Migrant Husbands, Women Break the Rules and Go to Work

World

Left Behind by Migrant Husbands, Women Break the Rules and Go to Work

By DIONNE SEARCEY and LAURA BOUSHNAK

Wives are shocking their traditional West African villages by earning money and running large households while their husbands are in Europe seeking jobs.

Bill Barr Thinks America Is Going to Hell

Opinion

Bill Barr Thinks America Is Going to Hell

By KATHERINE STEWART and CAROLINE FREDRICKSON

And he's on a mission to use the "authority" of the executive branch to stop it.

Opinion

Will Florida Kill an Innocent Man?

Editorial Observer

Will Florida Kill an Innocent Man?

By JESSE WEGMAN

The testimony of a notorious con artist and jailhouse informant could mean the difference between life and death.

The Decade We Changed Our Minds

The Decade We Changed Our Minds

By CHARLES M. BLOW

America in the 2010s saw significant cultural and political shifts that pushed us forward.

Keep Our Rivers Wild

Keep Our Rivers Wild

By MACARENA SOLER, MONTI AGUIRRE and JUAN PABLO ORREGO

Permanent protections for free-flowing rivers need to be a centerpiece of every country's national climate action plan. Chile can lead the way.

The Presidential Nominating Process Is Absurd

The Presidential Nominating Process Is Absurd

By DAVID LEONHARDT

We have an unnecessarily weak presidential field, especially the incumbent.

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