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Today β€” December 16th 2018Your RSS feeds

Don’t Tear Up This Treaty

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Arms control isn’t perfect. But abandoning treaties without a plan for the future is dangerous.

Zinke’s Likely Successor Is a Former Oil Lobbyist Who Has Influenced Trump’s Energy Policy

By CORAL DAVENPORT

With the Interior secretary's departure, the agency will likely be run for a time by David Bernhardt, a man who has played a central role in opening up public lands to drilling and mining.

Yesterday β€” December 15th 2018Your RSS feeds

Education Dept. Will Cancel $150 Million in Student Debt After Judge’s Order

By STACY COWLEY

About 15,000 students who attended schools that closed will have their federal loans automatically eliminated. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos fought the change.

Trump’s Push for Trade Win Could Undermine Sanctions Enforcement

By CHARLIE SAVAGE, KATIE BENNER and EDWARD WONG

President Trump’s suggestion that he could intervene in the arrest of a Huawei executive could put his sanctions enforcement strategy at risk.

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Mueller Rejects Flynn’s Attempt to Portray Himself as Victim of the F.B.I.

By ADAM GOLDMAN

Michael T. Flynn, the president’s former national security adviser, had cooperated with the special counsel, but in asking for leniency, he stoked an unfounded theory about potential evidence he did not lie to investigators.

He’s Handing Over the Presidency but Not Necessarily His Power

By KIMIKO de FREYTAS-TAMURA

Forced out by term limits after 17 years, President Joseph Kabila says he would accept an opposition victory in elections this month. But many expect he’ll return in five years.

Days Later, Mayor Apologizes to Woman Whose Child Was Torn From Her Arms

By WILLIAM NEUMAN and JEFFERY C. MAYS

Mayor de Blasio apologized to Jazmine Headley, who was arrested on Friday at a Brooklyn social services center for refusing to get up from the floor.

U.S. Diplomats With Mysterious Illness in Cuba Had Inner-Ear Damage, Doctors Say

By FRANCES ROBLES

A report by the first doctors to examine Americans who suffered mystifying symptoms after hearing a high-pitched sound at the embassy in Cuba confirms that their condition is real.

U.S. Diplomats With Mysterious Illness in Cuba Had Inner-Ear Damage, Doctors Say

By FRANCES ROBLES

A report by the first doctors to examine Americans who suffered mystifying symptoms after hearing a high-pitched sound at the embassy in Cuba confirms that their condition is real.

News Analysis: Trump’s Intervention in Huawei Case Would Be Legal, but Bad Precedent, Experts Say

By MICHAEL TACKETT and CHARLIE SAVAGE

Experts agreed that the president could order the government to drop charges against the Chinese telecom executive Meng Wanzhou, but, one said, “it takes the term ‘transactional’ to a new level.”

SpaceX May Be New Barrier for Trump’s Border Wall

By RON NIXON and MITCHELL FERMAN

A planned stretch of wall in Texas may be the first to be built under President Trump. It’s likely to be opposed by landowners, including a wildlife refuge — and possibly SpaceX.

JuliΓ‘n Castro, Former Housing Secretary, Takes Step Toward a Presidential Run

By MANNY FERNANDEZ

The former housing secretary in the Obama administration and the former mayor of San Antonio announced he was forming a presidential exploratory committee.

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