2019年12月29日 星期日

Today's Headlines: Science Under Attack: How Trump Is Sidelining Researchers and Their Work

Somalia Bombing Kills Nearly 80, Raising Fears of Resurgent Militancy
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Sunday, December 29, 2019

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Science Under Attack: How Trump Is Sidelining Researchers and Their Work

Science Under Attack: How Trump Is Sidelining Researchers and Their Work

By BRAD PLUMER and CORAL DAVENPORT

In three years, the administration has diminished the role of science in policymaking while disrupting research projects nationwide. Experts say the effects could be felt for years.

Somalia Bombing Kills Nearly 80, Raising Fears of Resurgent Militancy

Somalia Bombing Kills Nearly 80, Raising Fears of Resurgent Militancy

By HUSSEIN MOHAMED, ABDI LATIF DAHIR and ERIC SCHMITT

A truck filled with explosives blew up at a busy intersection in the capital. It was the latest, and the worst, in a series of recent attacks.

In China's Crackdown on Muslims, Children Have Not Been Spared

In China's Crackdown on Muslims, Children Have Not Been Spared

By AMY QIN

In Xinjiang the authorities have separated nearly half a million children from their families, aiming to instill loyalty to China and the Communist Party.

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After ICE Raids, a Reckoning in Mississippi's Chicken Country

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After ICE Raids, a Reckoning in Mississippi's Chicken Country

By RICHARD FAUSSET

A series of federal immigration raids swept up nearly 700 undocumented workers, creating opportunities — and some ethical concerns — for American-born residents.

The 2010s Were the End of Normal

Opinion

The 2010s Were the End of Normal

By MICHIKO KAKUTANI

How social media, the Great Recession and Donald Trump combined to bring out the 'indigenous American berserk.'

Today's Videos

How Taylor Swift Writes a Love Song

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Using exclusive voice memos, video and interviews, Diary of a Song reconstructs how Taylor Swift turned a late-night idea into "Lover," her fourth track to be nominated for the songwriting award at the Grammys, and her first without a co-writer.

Opinion

We Learned to Write the Way We Talk

We Learned to Write the Way We Talk

By GRETCHEN McCULLOCH

Ironic Capitals and strettttchedddd out words have allowed us to communicate our feelings in writing like never before.

Look Up

Editorial Observer

Look Up

By CLYDE HABERMAN and ZACH GROSS

Put down your phone and take in the wonders around you.

This Has Been the Best Year Ever

This Has Been the Best Year Ever

By NICHOLAS KRISTOF

For humanity over all, life just keeps getting better.

The Decade of Disillusionment

The Decade of Disillusionment

By ROSS DOUTHAT

Why the 2010s were at once strangely uneventful and yet psychologically traumatic.

What Will the World Look Like in 2030?

What Will the World Look Like in 2030?

By THE EDITORS

Lab meat. Cyberterror. Influencer I.P.O.s. The Times asked 13 public figures for their predictions on the best and worst to come.

I Can't Even Trust Myself Anymore

I Can't Even Trust Myself Anymore

By MONICA HEISEY

I buy padded headbands I don't need. I cancel plans I want to go to. I act like a better person than I am. The algorithms have broken my brain.

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