2020年1月25日 星期六

Today's Headlines: Branding Trump a Danger, Democrats Cap the Case for His Removal

Lev Parnas Says He Has Recording of Trump Calling for Ambassador's Firing
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Saturday, January 25, 2020

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Branding Trump a Danger, Democrats Cap the Case for His Removal

Branding Trump a Danger, Democrats Cap the Case for His Removal

By NICHOLAS FANDOS

On the final day of their oral arguments, House impeachment managers called President Trump a danger to the nation.

Lev Parnas Says He Has Recording of Trump Calling for Ambassador's Firing

Lev Parnas Says He Has Recording of Trump Calling for Ambassador's Firing

By KENNETH P. VOGEL and BEN PROTESS

The former associate of Rudolph W. Giuliani said through his lawyer that he had given the recording to the House Intelligence Committee for use in the impeachment inquiry.

Fear of Virus Ruins the 'Happiest Day' for Millions of Chinese

Fear of Virus Ruins the 'Happiest Day' for Millions of Chinese

By CHRIS BUCKLEY

In the city at the center of the epidemic, Lunar New Year celebrations were subdued while residents worried about sick family members and life under lockdown.

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Editors' Picks

A Major Fear for Democrats: Will the Party Come Together by November?

U.S.

A Major Fear for Democrats: Will the Party Come Together by November?

By JONATHAN MARTIN

Even the goal of defeating President Trump isn't enough for some voters to commit to backing the eventual Democratic nominee, expressing a clear aversion to a candidate who is too liberal or centrist for their tastes.

Why Democrats Still Have to Appeal to the Center, but Republicans Don't

Opinion

Why Democrats Still Have to Appeal to the Center, but Republicans Don't

By EZRA KLEIN

Polarization has changed the two parties — just not in the same way.

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