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Trump Bet He Could Isolate Iran and Charm North Korea. It's Not That Easy.
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Thursday, January 2, 2020

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Pro-Iranian Protesters End Siege of U.S. Embassy in Baghdad

Pro-Iranian Protesters End Siege of U.S. Embassy in Baghdad

By FALIH HASSAN and ALISSA J. RUBIN

Iran's ability to deploy militias to attack the American Embassy, with Iraqi support, made clear how much power it wields in Iraq.

Trump Bet He Could Isolate Iran and Charm North Korea. It's Not That Easy.

News analysis

Trump Bet He Could Isolate Iran and Charm North Korea. It's Not That Easy.

By DAVID E. SANGER

The president assumed economic levers would guide the countries' national interests. Now, he confronts twin challenges in an election year.

Elizabeth Warren Isn't Talking Much About 'Medicare for All' Anymore

Elizabeth Warren Isn't Talking Much About 'Medicare for All' Anymore

By ASTEAD W. HERNDON

There are signs her campaign is seeking to calm fears about her health care proposal, including having small meetings with rural Iowa voters to explain her financing and transition plans.

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Editors' Picks

In a Homecoming Video Meant to Unite Campus, Almost Everyone Was White

U.S.

In a Homecoming Video Meant to Unite Campus, Almost Everyone Was White

The video was created to show off the University of Wisconsin. Instead, it set off a furor, and a reckoning over what it means to be a black student on campus.

March Against Anti-Semitism

Opinion

March Against Anti-Semitism

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

A show of support for the true spirit of New York.

Opinion

Shock Waves From American Airstrikes in Iraq May Have Just Begun

Shock Waves From American Airstrikes in Iraq May Have Just Begun

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Retaliation against an Iran-backed militia set off anti-American protests that could strengthen Iran's hand.

Already Had Plenty of Trump 2020?

Already Had Plenty of Trump 2020?

By GAIL COLLINS

He's a bad show, but it's not low-flow.

North Korea Is Not Done Trolling Trump

North Korea Is Not Done Trolling Trump

By NICHOLAS EBERSTADT

Kim Jong-un just restarted his dance of death with America.

Every Moment With My Son Is an Act of Creation

Every Moment With My Son Is an Act of Creation

By VIET THANH NGUYEN

Now we have written a book together.

Only You Can Prevent Dystopia

Only You Can Prevent Dystopia

By FARHAD MANJOO

How to survive the internet in 2020. (It's not going to be easy.)

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