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Trump Opens Door to Cuts to Medicare and Other Entitlement Programs

By Alan Rappeport and Maggie Haberman

The president signaled a willingness to scale back Medicare, a shift from his 2016 platform of protecting welfare programs.

As a Deadly Virus Spreads, China Controls the Narrative

By Li Yuan

Beijing has responded faster to the new threat than it did with SARS, but it still silences and punishes those who veer from the official line, with potentially damaging consequences.

Impeachment Trial Schedule Explained

By Michael D. Shear

The rules adopted by the Senate early Wednesday lay out a timeline for a trial that could be over in two weeks — or stretch much longer.

Serbia-Kosovo Flights to Resume Under U.S.-Brokered Deal

By Melissa Eddy

It takes more than five hours to drive between the capitals of the two countries, but only 25 minutes to fly. A deal on flights is seen as a step toward détente between the neighbors.

Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Forces Chinese to Rethink Travel Plans

By Amy Qin and Vivian Wang

A senior health official warned that the annual Spring Festival holiday travel rush would complicate efforts to contain the outbreak, as the official death toll nearly doubled.

World Leaders Gather in Jerusalem 75 Years After Holocaust: Live Updates

By David M. Halbfinger and Isabel Kershner

Jerusalem is hosting the largest political gathering in its history, as monarchs, presidents and premiers arrive to speak out against the rise of anti-Semitism and commemorate the Holocaust.

As Australia Burns, a Climate-Change Denier Rallies the Troops

By Damien Cave

Scroll through the Facebook page of Craig Kelly, a conservative politician, and you’ll see why the country has not taken strong action on global warming.

The Moderates’ Impeachment Moment

How just a few Republican senators had a key role in determining the scope, and the likely future, of the trial of President Trump.

The Myth of Middle-Class Liberalism

By David Motadel

The bourgeois are supposed to ensure open, democratic societies. In fact, they rarely have.

Why Did Alan Dershowitz Say Yes to Trump?

By Steven J. Harper

Serious constitutional scholars don’t accept his defense of the president in the Senate impeachment trial.

Why Trump Persists

By Thomas B. Edsall

Voters are less tolerant, less empathetic and less interested in integrity than many political analysts thought.

Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Forces Chinese to Rethink Travel Plans

By Amy Qin and Vivian Wang

A senior health official warned that the annual Spring Festival holiday travel rush would complicate efforts to contain the outbreak, as the official death toll nearly doubled.

Wuhan Coronavirus Outbreak Forces Chinese to Rethink Travel Plans

By Amy Qin and Vivian Wang

A senior health official warned that the annual Spring Festival holiday travel rush would complicate efforts to contain the outbreak, as the official death toll nearly doubled.

Chinese City Uses Facial Recognition to Shame Pajama Wearers

By Amy Qin

Local officials apologized, but the crackdown on a common — and comfortable — practice has raised a rare outcry over privacy in a country accustomed to surveillance.

Trump Trial Day 1: Roped-Off Reporters and TV Cameras Run by the Senate

By Michael M. Grynbaum

With the government in control of the production, “the emotion” of Tuesday’s session was missing, said Chris Wallace of Fox News.

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