2020年1月11日 星期六

Today's Headlines: Iran Says It Unintentionally Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

U.S. Unsuccessfully Tried Killing a Second Iranian Military Official
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Iran Says It Unintentionally Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Iran Says It Unintentionally Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

By FARNAZ FASSIHI

"The Islamic Republic of Iran deeply regrets this disastrous mistake," President Hassan Rouhani said, as Iran reversed its claims that mechanical failure was to blame.

U.S. Unsuccessfully Tried Killing a Second Iranian Military Official

U.S. Unsuccessfully Tried Killing a Second Iranian Military Official

By ERIC SCHMITT, EDWARD WONG and JULIAN E. BARNES

A failed airstrike in Yemen was aimed at Abdul Reza Shahlai, an official with Iran's Quds Force and an organizer of financing for regional militias supported by Iran.

Pelosi Alerts House to Be Ready to Send Impeachment Articles Next Week

Pelosi Alerts House to Be Ready to Send Impeachment Articles Next Week

By NICHOLAS FANDOS

In a letter to lawmakers, Ms. Pelosi moved to end an impasse, paving the way for the third presidential impeachment trial in history to begin as soon as Wednesday.

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Today's Videos

'It Has Made Chaos Everywhere': Iranian Reactions to the U.S. Killing Suleimani

VideoVideo: 'It Has Made Chaos Everywhere': Iranian Reactions to the U.S. Killing Suleimani

By NILO TABRIZY and CAROLINE KIM

How does Iran view the U.S. killing of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani? We spoke with several Iranians to get their perspective on a figure both celebrated as a war hero and criticized as a symbol of repressive security apparatus.

'American Lives Were at Risk,' Pompeo Says in Latest Defense of Suleimani Killing

VideoVideo: 'American Lives Were at Risk,' Pompeo Says in Latest Defense of Suleimani Killing

During a briefing to introduce new sanctions on Iran, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo provided no specific evidence that the killing of Maj. Gen. Qassim Suleimani was justified by an immediate threat.

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By MEKADO MURPHY

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Why Do People Believe in Hell?

Why Do People Believe in Hell?

By DAVID BENTLEY HART

The idea of eternal damnation is neither biblically, philosophically nor morally justified. But for many it retains a psychological allure.

Changing Rules to Help Bankers and Hurt Poor Neighborhoods

Changing Rules to Help Bankers and Hurt Poor Neighborhoods

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

The Community Reinvestment Act needs a renovation. The Trump administration instead is proposing a partial demolition.

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Of Course Bernie Can Win

By BRET STEPHENS

To say Sanders is unelectable is indefensible.

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By ROGER COHEN

The memento mori of two friends.

Trump's Weakening of Environmental Rules Would Leave the Public in the Dark

Trump's Weakening of Environmental Rules Would Leave the Public in the Dark

By SHARON BUCCINO

His proposal would threaten scrutiny of big projects that could put communities and the environment at risk.

The Case for Killing Qassim Suleimani

The Case for Killing Qassim Suleimani

By TOM COTTON

The strike was justified and legally sound.

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