2019年12月25日 星期三

Today's Headlines: Pentagon Eyes Africa Drawdown as First Step in Global Troop Shift

Boeing Can't Fly Its 737 Max, but It's Ready to Sell Its Safety
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Pentagon Eyes Africa Drawdown as First Step in Global Troop Shift

Pentagon Eyes Africa Drawdown as First Step in Global Troop Shift

By HELENE COOPER, THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF, CHARLIE SAVAGE and ERIC SCHMITT

The deliberations stem from a push to reduce missions battling distant terrorist groups, and to instead refocus on confronting so-called Great Powers like Russia and China.

Boeing Can't Fly Its 737 Max, but It's Ready to Sell Its Safety

Boeing Can't Fly Its 737 Max, but It's Ready to Sell Its Safety

By DAVID GELLES

The company knows travelers are wary of its plane, so it has prepared presentations with strategies for airlines to help win back the public's trust.

A Trump Policy 'Clarification' All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths

A Trump Policy 'Clarification' All but Ends Punishment for Bird Deaths

By LISA FRIEDMAN

In one of its first environmental acts, the Trump administration absolved businesses from responsibility for "incidental" bird deaths. Avian carnage has followed.

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Editors' Picks

The Town That Lost Its Walmart

Business

The Town That Lost Its Walmart

By MICHAEL CORKERY

For a small town in Texas, the three-decade presence of the world's largest retailer was a point of civic pride. Then, 18 months ago, all that changed.

The Meaning and Melodrama of an Italian-American Christmas

Opinion

The Meaning and Melodrama of an Italian-American Christmas

By FRANK BRUNI

Seven fishes, baby Jesus and the comfort of the familiar.

Opinion

Is Nancy Pelosi Caught in a Trap or Setting One?

The Conversation

Is Nancy Pelosi Caught in a Trap or Setting One?

By GAIL COLLINS and BRET STEPHENS

Even if the outcome of a Senate trial is predictable, the political consequences of impeachment are not.

In Praise of Barack Obama, Music Critic

In Praise of Barack Obama, Music Critic

By JAY RUTTENBERG

The former president's annual year-end playlist never fails to delight.

Christmas Turns the World Upside Down

Christmas Turns the World Upside Down

By PETER WEHNER

What does it mean for God's power to be "made perfect in weakness"?

Walking Is Extraordinary. I Don't Want to Give It Up.

Disability

Walking Is Extraordinary. I Don't Want to Give It Up.

By TODD BALF

I have long seen wheelchairs as the enemy. That's going to have to change.

My Jewish Sons Have a Christmas Tree, and I Need to Deal

My Jewish Sons Have a Christmas Tree, and I Need to Deal

By HANNA INGBER

I have always associated my identity with not having Yule decorations. Divorce has a way of changing everything.

'Star Wars' Fans Are Angry and Polarized. Like All Americans.

'Star Wars' Fans Are Angry and Polarized. Like All Americans.

By ANNALEE NEWITZ

What arguments over the movie series say about our nation.

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