2019年12月31日 星期二

Today's Headlines: Carlos Ghosn, Fallen Nissan Boss, Flees Japan to Escape ‘Political Persecution’

Suspect in Monsey Stabbings Searched Online for 'Hitler,' Charges Say
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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

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Carlos Ghosn, Fallen Nissan Boss, Flees Japan to Escape 'Political Persecution'

Carlos Ghosn, Fallen Nissan Boss, Flees Japan to Escape 'Political Persecution'

By EMILY FLITTER, AMY CHOZICK and BEN DOOLEY

Mr. Ghosn, who was facing charges of financial wrongdoing, said from Lebanon that he would "no longer be held hostage by a rigged Japanese justice system."

Suspect in Monsey Stabbings Searched Online for 'Hitler,' Charges Say

Suspect in Monsey Stabbings Searched Online for 'Hitler,' Charges Say

By MICHAEL GOLD and BENJAMIN WEISER

Officials said the suspect, who is charged with hate crimes, also expressed anti-Semitic views in his journal.

American Airstrikes Rally Iraqis Against U.S.

American Airstrikes Rally Iraqis Against U.S.

By ALISSA J. RUBIN and BEN HUBBARD

Iraqi leaders say the United States violated Iraqi sovereignty with attacks that killed 24 people in retaliation for the death of an American contractor.

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Editors' Picks

Inside China's Push to Turn Muslim Minorities Into an Army of Workers

World

Inside China's Push to Turn Muslim Minorities Into an Army of Workers

By CHRIS BUCKLEY and AUSTIN RAMZY

The Communist Party wants to remold Xinjiang's minorities into loyal blue-collar workers to supply Chinese factories with cheap labor.

How to Respond to the Anti-Semitic Attack in Monsey, N.Y.

Opinion

How to Respond to the Anti-Semitic Attack in Monsey, N.Y.

By NITA LOWEY and DAVID HARRIS

We need to recognize the problem for what it is: an epidemic.

Opinion

Double the Federal Minimum Wage

Double the Federal Minimum Wage

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

State and local governments are proving that higher minimum-wage standards are good for workers. Congress should take the lesson.

The Legacy of Destructive Austerity

The Legacy of Destructive Austerity

By PAUL KRUGMAN

The deficit obsession of 2010-2015 did permanent damage.

Seattle's Foster Children Deserve Better

Seattle's Foster Children Deserve Better

By CAROLINE CATLIN

Our most vulnerable children in Washington's most populated county need safe spaces to heal.

Why We Will Need Walt Whitman in 2020

The Stone

Why We Will Need Walt Whitman in 2020

By ED SIMON

With our democracy in crisis, the poet and prophet of the American ideal should be our guide.

Does Germany's Vaunted Car Industry Have Long to Live?

Does Germany's Vaunted Car Industry Have Long to Live?

By ANNA SAUERBREY

Tesla is opening giga-factories outside Berlin while Audi is cutting jobs. But it's not time to panic yet.

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