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Today's Headlines: Iran Fires on U.S. Forces at 2 Bases in Iraq, Calling It ‘Fierce Revenge’

Democrats Press for Details on Suleimani Strike, but Trump Administration Gives Few
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Iran Fires on U.S. Forces at 2 Bases in Iraq, Calling It 'Fierce Revenge'

Iran Fires on U.S. Forces at 2 Bases in Iraq, Calling It 'Fierce Revenge'

By ALISSA J. RUBIN, FARNAZ FASSIHI, ERIC SCHMITT and VIVIAN YEE

Iraqi officials say the Iranian strikes, involving at least a dozen ballistic missiles, caused no American or Iraqi casualties. President Trump issued an upbeat appraisal.

Democrats Press for Details on Suleimani Strike, but Trump Administration Gives Few

Democrats Press for Details on Suleimani Strike, but Trump Administration Gives Few

By JULIAN E. BARNES, CATIE EDMONDSON, THOMAS GIBBONS-NEFF and RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

Administration officials argue that the general was plotting imminent attacks, but Democrats said that the intelligence they have seen was too vague.

'Scarier' Than Hurricane Maria: A Deadly Earthquake Terrifies Puerto Rico

'Scarier' Than Hurricane Maria: A Deadly Earthquake Terrifies Puerto Rico

By EDMY AYALA, PATRICIA MAZZEI, FRANCES ROBLES and SANDRA E. GARCIA

The state of chaos that followed the 2017 storm robbed Puerto Ricans of any belief that their leaders could manage another natural disaster.

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Editors' Picks

A Victim's Account Fuels a Reckoning Over Abuse of Children in France

World

A Victim's Account Fuels a Reckoning Over Abuse of Children in France

By NORIMITSU ONISHI

A French author wrote for years about his predilection for children and continued to win acclaim. Now one of them has spoken out.

Why Is Mitch McConnell So Afraid of John Bolton?

Opinion

Why Is Mitch McConnell So Afraid of John Bolton?

By NEAL K. KATYAL and GEORGE T. CONWAY III

The Senate must hear his testimony in an impeachment trial.

Opinion

Can Trump Make Foreign Policy a Democratic Campaign Issue?

Can Trump Make Foreign Policy a Democratic Campaign Issue?

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

His erratic leadership has called attention to what had been a low priority for voters.

We Can't Afford Trump as Our Commander in Chief

We Can't Afford Trump as Our Commander in Chief

By FRANK BRUNI

He lacks the counsel, character and credibility to lead us into war.

The Odd Couples of the Democratic Party

The Conversation

The Odd Couples of the Democratic Party

By GAIL COLLINS and BRET STEPHENS

Iran, impeachment and Iowa are making for some strange bedfellows, just the way politics is supposed to.

Why Politicians Get a License to Lie

Why Politicians Get a License to Lie

By CHARLIE WARZEL

Newsworthiness is responsibility with an asterisk.

Tessa Majors and the Worst Thing I Ever Heard

Tessa Majors and the Worst Thing I Ever Heard

By JENNIFER FINNEY BOYLAN

Not long after her killing, someone left a racist message on my office phone at Barnard, where she had been a student. Why?

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