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Today's Headlines: U.S. Braces for Major North Korean Weapons Test as Trump’s Diplomacy Fizzles

Fear and Loyalty: How Donald Trump Took Over the Republican Party
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U.S. Braces for Major North Korean Weapons Test as Trump's Diplomacy Fizzles

U.S. Braces for Major North Korean Weapons Test as Trump's Diplomacy Fizzles

By DAVID E. SANGER, EDWARD WONG and MICHAEL CROWLEY

President Trump's summits with Kim Jong-un have failed to bring concrete results, and the diplomatic vacuum has given North Korea more time to build its nuclear arsenal.

Fear and Loyalty: How Donald Trump Took Over the Republican Party

Fear and Loyalty: How Donald Trump Took Over the Republican Party

By JONATHAN MARTIN and MAGGIE HABERMAN

The president demands complete fealty, and as the impeachment hearings showed, he has largely attained it. To cross him is to risk a future in the Republican party.

How a Poisoning in Bulgaria Exposed Russian Assassins in Europe

How a Poisoning in Bulgaria Exposed Russian Assassins in Europe

By MICHAEL SCHWIRTZ

For years, members of a secret team, Unit 29155, operated without Western security officials having any idea about their activities. But an attack on an arms dealer in Sofia helped blow their cover.

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Editors' Picks

'I'm Kidnapped': A Father's Nightmare on the Border

U.S.

'I'm Kidnapped': A Father's Nightmare on the Border

By MIRIAM JORDAN

A father was tortured in front of his 3-year-old son until his wife in New Jersey paid $2,000 to his captors. Chilling audio of the negotiations for his release shows how migrants, turned back by the U.S., are facing new dangers in Mexico.

Total Surveillance Is Not What America Signed Up For

Opinion

Total Surveillance Is Not What America Signed Up For

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Congress should take bold action to regulate the location data industry.

Opinion

How Your Phone Betrays Democracy

How Your Phone Betrays Democracy

By CHARLIE WARZEL and STUART A. THOMPSON

You protest, they watch.

Why Is Trump Finding More Protection Than Nixon Did?

Why Is Trump Finding More Protection Than Nixon Did?

By EMILY BAZELON and BEVERLY GAGE

Several factors unrelated to the facts are shielding President Trump in ways Nixon would have envied.

How to Turn Anger and Fear Into Political Power

How to Turn Anger and Fear Into Political Power

By ALEJANDRA GOMEZ and TOMÁS ROBLES JR.

Latinos in Arizona can show how it's done.

Is Anyone Happy Anymore?

Is Anyone Happy Anymore?

By NIALL WILLIAMS

We've lost our ability to take comfort in small things.

Short-Term Thinking Is Poisoning American Business

Short-Term Thinking Is Poisoning American Business

By RYAN BECK and AMIT SERU

Free-market capitalism won't survive unless it makes structural changes toward long-term investing.

The Poverty and Prosperity of Losing My Husband

The Poverty and Prosperity of Losing My Husband

By ERIN AUBRY KAPLAN

The financial planning he'd done his whole life paid off — to me, not him.

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