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Today's Headlines: Top Iranian General Qassim Suleimani Is Killed on Trump’s Orders, Officials Say

Australia Fires Intensify: 'It's Going to Be a Blast Furnace'
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Friday, January 3, 2020

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Top Iranian General Qassim Suleimani Is Killed on Trump's Orders, Officials Say

Top Iranian General Qassim Suleimani Is Killed on Trump's Orders, Officials Say

By MICHAEL CROWLEY, FALIH HASSAN and ERIC SCHMITT

Suleimani was planning attacks on Americans across the region, leading to an airstrike in Baghdad, the Pentagon statement said. Iran's supreme leader called for vengeance.

Australia Fires Intensify: 'It's Going to Be a Blast Furnace'

Australia Fires Intensify: 'It's Going to Be a Blast Furnace'

By LIVIA ALBECK-RIPKA, JAMIE TARABAY and RICHARD PÉREZ-PEÑA

Calling for evacuations along the southeastern coast, officials said the next few days would be among the worst yet in an already catastrophic fire season.

Democrats Enter 2020 Awash in Cash, and Brace for Long Primary Fight

Democrats Enter 2020 Awash in Cash, and Brace for Long Primary Fight

By SHANE GOLDMACHER and THOMAS KAPLAN

Fund-raising numbers for the fourth quarter of 2019 show an unusually high number of viable campaigns. Waiting for the winner: President Trump and his huge war chest.

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Editors' Picks

It Looks Like Health Insurance, but It's Not. 'Just Trust God,' Buyers Are Told.

Health

It Looks Like Health Insurance, but It's Not. 'Just Trust God,' Buyers Are Told.

By REED ABELSON

Some state regulators are scrutinizing nonprofit Christian cost-sharing ministries that enroll Americans struggling to pay for medical care, but aren't legally bound to cover their members' claims.

Julián Castro Is Worth More Out of the Presidential Race Than He Was in It

Opinion

Julián Castro Is Worth More Out of the Presidential Race Than He Was in It

By LIZ MAIR

The remaining candidates should emulate his fighting words — and try to win him to their side.

Opinion

Why Is America So Depressed?

Why Is America So Depressed?

By LEE SIEGEL

It's no coincidence that our politics and our mental health have declined so rapidly, at the same time.

Why Are You Publicly Sharing Your Child's DNA Information?

Why Are You Publicly Sharing Your Child's DNA Information?

By NILA BALA

By uploading their children's genetic information on public websites, parents are forever exposing their personal health data.

Hypersonic Missiles Are a Game Changer

Hypersonic Missiles Are a Game Changer

By STEVEN SIMON

No existing defenses can stop such weapons — which is why everyone wants them.

An Old Battle Resumes at the Supreme Court

An Old Battle Resumes at the Supreme Court

By LINDA GREENHOUSE

The Trump administration seeks to undermine a key protection against unlawful detention.

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