2019年12月21日 星期六

Today's Headlines: Mitch McConnell, Master of the Blockade, Plots Impeachment Strategy

'How? How? How?': Victims' Families Rage as Matt Bevin Defends Pardons
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Mitch McConnell, Master of the Blockade, Plots Impeachment Strategy

Mitch McConnell, Master of the Blockade, Plots Impeachment Strategy

By CARL HULSE

The Senate majority leader has earned the nickname the grim reaper for his iron-fisted grip on the chamber, but an impeachment trial is harder to control.

'How? How? How?': Victims' Families Rage as Matt Bevin Defends Pardons

'How? How? How?': Victims' Families Rage as Matt Bevin Defends Pardons

By SARAH MERVOSH, CAMPBELL ROBERTSON and MIKE BAKER

Prosecutors cried foul. A mother collapsed to the floor. The outgoing Kentucky governor's clemency decisions have caused widespread outrage.

Boeing Starliner Launches Into Wrong Orbit After Clock Problem

Boeing Starliner Launches Into Wrong Orbit After Clock Problem

By KENNETH CHANG

The company capped a bad week with a flawed test flight of a capsule built for NASA to carry astronauts to the space station.

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Editors' Picks

Where the Police Wear Masks, and the Bodies Pile Up Fast

World

Where the Police Wear Masks, and the Bodies Pile Up Fast

By AZAM AHMED

The police killed an average of 17 people every day in Brazil last year, and rogue officers are killing even more off duty. "I'm a hero to my people," one militia leader said.

How to Track President Trump

Opinion

How to Track President Trump

By STUART A. THOMPSON and CHARLIE WARZEL

Smartphones leave a trail that anyone — and any foreign government — could follow.

Opinion

Why Is the Justice Department Treating T-Mobile Like a Client?

Why Is the Justice Department Treating T-Mobile Like a Client?

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Antitrust officials are supposed to prevent problematic corporate mergers. Instead, they're helping shepherd deals.

New York's Subways Need Better Service, Not More Police

New York's Subways Need Better Service, Not More Police

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The M.T.A. is spending millions to add 500 officers while it faces serious financial problems.

A Longing for the Lost Landline

A Longing for the Lost Landline

By ROGER COHEN

In the landline world there was down time. You left home, you looked around, you saw people, you daydreamed.

The Tyranny of the 63 Million

The Tyranny of the 63 Million

By MICHELLE GOLDBERG

Impeachment didn't undermine democracy. It vindicated it.

Impeachment Hurts, and Trump Knows It

Impeachment Hurts, and Trump Knows It

By JAMELLE BOUIE

The idea that the president thinks it will help him politically is wrong. Just listen to what he is saying.

Holiday Stress Can Be Unbearable. But You Will Miss It When It's Gone.

Holiday Stress Can Be Unbearable. But You Will Miss It When It's Gone.

By MIMI SWARTZ

Being with people you love becomes more important than small digs and even arguing about Donald Trump.

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