2019年12月26日 星期四

Today's Headlines: Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt

For Trump Organization, Office Skyscrapers Make Up for Lagging Hotels
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Thursday, December 26, 2019

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Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt

Deadly Germs, Lost cures

Crisis Looms in Antibiotics as Drug Makers Go Bankrupt

By ANDREW JACOBS

First Big Pharma fled the field, and now start-ups are going belly up, threatening to stifle the development of new drugs.

For Trump Organization, Office Skyscrapers Make Up for Lagging Hotels

For Trump Organization, Office Skyscrapers Make Up for Lagging Hotels

By ERIC LIPTON and STEVE EDER

Office towers in New York and San Francisco — centers of political resistance — are offsetting revenue downturns in the president's glitzier Trump-branded hotels.

The 'But I Would Vote for Joe Biden' Republicans

The 'But I Would Vote for Joe Biden' Republicans

By KATIE GLUECK

For some Democrats, a key part of the former vice president's pitch is that their moderate friends and relatives like him, too.

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Editors' Picks

Did de Blasio Put Politics Ahead of Yeshiva Students?

Opinion

Did de Blasio Put Politics Ahead of Yeshiva Students?

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

New York City stalled the release of a report critical of the schools as the mayor sought the political support of Orthodox Jewish leaders, city investigators found.

Opinion

Giving the Gift of Surveillance

Editorial Observer

Giving the Gift of Surveillance

By ALEX KINGSBURY

As 2019 comes to a close, millions of new spying devices are headed for American homes.

My Very Marry Christmas

My Very Marry Christmas

By JENNIFER FINNEY BOYLAN

Why do we love getting engaged around the holidays?

The Forgotten Story of Christmas 1918

The Forgotten Story of Christmas 1918

By MARY ELISABETH COX

We remember the 1914 Christmas Truce as a moment of humanity amid war. Four years later, a darker tale unfolded.

A Century Ago, the Modern Middle East Was Born

A Century Ago, the Modern Middle East Was Born

By TED WIDMER

At the end of 1919, Woodrow Wilson still wanted the region to decide its future. Britain and France had other ideas.

Is This Frog a Hate Symbol or Not?

Is This Frog a Hate Symbol or Not?

By BRITTAN HELLER

Pepe, Gaysper and other symbols teach us that tech companies need policies that adapt to a changing world.

Be Paranoid About Privacy

Be Paranoid About Privacy

By KARA SWISHER

We need to take back our privacy from tech companies — even if that means sacrificing convenience.

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