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  • Ex-Aide Saw Gordon Sondland as a Potential National Security Risk
    A former top White House adviser viewed Mr. Sondland, a Trump donor and the ambassador to the European Union, as a risk because he was so unprepared for his job.[continuare...]
  • Former Top State Dept. Aide Tells Impeachment Investigators He Quit Over Ukraine
    Michael McKinley, who resigned as a senior adviser to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, testified that he quit because career diplomats had been sidelined on Ukraine.[continuare...]
  • The Trump Impeachment Inquiry: Latest Updates
    Two top diplomatic hands — the former top aide to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the former envoy to Ukraine — are on Capitol Hill as the House’s impeachment inquiry gathers steam.[continuare...]
  • Turkey-Kurd Conflict ‘Has Nothing to Do With Us,’ Trump Says
    President Trump again defends his decision to withdraw American troops, an order that many, including Republicans, have interpreted as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.[continuare...]
  • Bipartisan House Majority Condemns Trump for Syria Withdrawal
    Republicans and Democrats delivered a rebuke to the president over his decision to pull back American troops, an order many viewed as acquiescing to Turkey’s incursion against a United States ally.[continuare...]
  • The World Condemns Erdogan’s War on Kurds. But Turkey Applauds.
    Attacked abroad, and facing a raft of sanctions, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan may nevertheless be getting what he wants from Turkey’s invasion of Kurdish-held Syria.[continuare...]
  • ‘I Don’t Need Lessons From You on Courage’: Pete Buttigieg Makes His Case
    On the Democratic debate stage Tuesday night, Mr. Buttigieg didn’t brag about his military service, but he did outflank his rivals.[continuare...]
  • Which Candidates Won Last Night’s Democratic Debate? Six Experts Weigh In
    We asked veterans of political debates for their reviews of each of the Democratic hopefuls onstage Tuesday.[continuare...]
  • Republicans, Defiant After Debate, Throw Punches on Impeachment and Economy
    President Trump and his allies seized on debate moments over taxes, health care and economic inequality to portray the Democratic candidates as tax-and-spend liberals.[continuare...]
  • G.M. and U.A.W. Reach Deal That Could End Strike
    The accord, which needs ratification by a majority of the company’s 49,000 union workers, could end a strike that has idled plants for a month.[continuare...]
  • What Are the Benefits of CBD?
    More than 60 percent of CBD users were taking it for anxiety, according to a survey of 5,000 people. Does it help?[continuare...]
  • Are There Benefits to Drinking Kombucha?
    If by “benefits” you mean being wildly popular and sometimes unpredictably alcoholic, then yes.[continuare...]
  • What Are the Benefits of Turmeric?
    Famed for purported anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, the botanical is hailed for helping a host of conditions. Is that true?[continuare...]
  • The Moderates Strike Back: The 4th Democratic Debate
    Candidates asserted themselves by attacking Elizabeth Warren, not Joe Biden, revealing a shifting balance of power in the Democratic field.[continuare...]
  • So You’ve Got a Little Headbanger
    Some babies and toddlers bump their heads on purpose. Here’s why and what to do about it.[continuare...]
  • How Did Rudy Giuliani Get Here?
    A special episode of “The Weekly” shows how Rudy Giuliani’s wild, decades-long career brought him to this moment.[continuare...]
  • It Was the Best of Warren. It Was the Worst of Warren.
    Tuesday’s debate — the tensest yet — put the Democrats’ newly minted front-runner to the test.[continuare...]
  • The Way Forward in Syria
    The United States and Europe are erroneously banking on sanctioning Turkey to contain the fallout in Syria.[continuare...]
  • Can Buttigieg or Klobuchar Push Biden Aside?
    The Midwestern centrists are the only two plausible not-Biden candidates.[continuare...]
  • The Genius Behind the Grateful Dead
    Robert Hunter and Jerry Garcia were one of rock’s great creative duos.[continuare...]
  • Beyoncé’s Dad Has a Mutation More African-Americans Should Be Tested For
    An inherited gene that can be discovered early caused Matthew Knowles’s breast cancer.[continuare...]
  • How to Stop the Abuse of Location Data
    There are no formal rules for what is ethical — or even legal — in the location data business. That needs to change.[continuare...]
  • Trump Is Winning the Online War
    The technical superiority and sophistication of the president’s digital campaign is a hidden advantage of incumbency.[continuare...]
  • The Lesson History Teaches Is Tragic
    The idea that we can avoid the mistakes of the past is misguided.[continuare...]
  • It’s Not Trump vs. the Dems. It’s Trump vs. the Country’s True Defenders.
    Public servants who swore to protect the Constitution also set the impeachment process in motion.[continuare...]
  • Democrats Should Remember How Obama Won Ohio
    The key to success in the state, and across the country, is empathetic leadership that is honest about the struggles we face.[continuare...]
  • Virgin Galactic Unveils Jumpsuit for Space Tourists
    The outfits, which would look at home on the bridge of the starship Enterprise, come with a ticket to space that costs as much as $250,000.[continuare...]
  • How Amazon Has Transformed the Hasidic Economy
    Amazon has become a lucrative place to do business for many Hasidic Jews, offering anonymity to a largely insular community and allowing women to work from home.[continuare...]
  • David Correia, Who Was Indicted With Giuliani Associates, Is Arrested
    Mr. Correia was charged in a scheme to funnel foreign money to United States elected officials.[continuare...]
  • Chicago Schools Cancel Classes as Teachers Prepare to Strike
    With a midnight strike deadline looming and no agreement on a new contract, officials said the city’s 300,000 public school students would not have class on Thursday.[continuare...]
  • Australian Booksellers Block Sales of Ronan Farrow’s Book
    “Catch and Kill” was pulled from two of Australia’s biggest online book retailers amid legal threats from the former National Enquirer editor who features prominently in the book.[continuare...]
  • Oxford Professor Is cused of Selling Ancient Texts to Hobby Lobby
    An investigation found that Bible fragments in a museum started by the owners of the arts-and-crafts chain had been illegally taken from the university.[continuare...]
  • These Sure Are Photos of Kim Jong-un on a Horse
    North Korea’s state news agency said the dictator’s eyes were “full of noble glitters” during his Putin-esque photo shoot.[continuare...]
  • Using Old Cellphones to Listen for Illegal Loggers
    Indonesian villagers are trying out a treetop surveillance system that uses recycled phones and artificial intelligence software to detect chain saws.[continuare...]
  • Optimism Builds in Brussels for a Deal on Brexit, as Talks Go Down to the Wire
    Donald Tusk, the president of the European Council, said the “basic foundations of an agreement are ready,” but the British prime minister, Boris Johnson, said the goal remained “shrouded in mist.”[continuare...]
  • She Was 4 and Deaf. That’s When the Sexual Abuse Began, She Said.
    Twelve women who attended a celebrated school for the deaf claim a housemaster abused them for years, and the school did nothing to prevent it.[continuare...]
  • Family Spent 9 Years in a Secluded Dutch Farmhouse ‘Waiting for the End of Days’
    The case came to the attention of the local police after a young man left the farm, found his way to a local pub, and told his story.[continuare...]
  • 10 Hotel Tips No One Taught You
    No matter how often you’ve stayed in a hotel, these tips will help you get a cleaner, safer, more relaxing stay in your next one.[continuare...]
  • What Omnivores Get Wrong About Vegetarian Cooking
    When you (or your kid, partner or roommate) goes vegetarian, you’ll need to change up your weeknight cooking strategies.[continuare...]
  • Treating the Incredible Shrinking Vagina
    What is “vaginal atrophy,” and how can you stop it?[continuare...]
  • A Teenager, Her Ukulele and a Bedroom Pop Empire in the Making
    mxmtoon’s diaristic songs have helped her win audiences on nearly every social media platform. But she’s in no rush to cash in on viral fame.[continuare...]
  • For Sondheim, Raúl Esparza Protects His Voice. For ‘Seared,’ His Fingers.
    The actor, best known for “Company” and “Law &Order,” cooks, chops and sautés onstage as a finicky chef in Theresa Rebeck’s play.[continuare...]
  • Up Close and Personal: New Essays From Leslie Jamison
    In her second collection, “Make It Scream, Make It Burn,” the author of “The Empathy Exams” wages a journalistic battle between sentiment and detachment.[continuare...]
  • Weddings Go On, With or Without Power
    Rolling blackouts in California have some couples scrambling on their wedding day as venues adjust to the uncertainty wind-driven fires are causing.[continuare...]
  • Yoga, Then an Ice Bath
    Is this supposed to be relaxing?[continuare...]
  • What Apes Can Teach Us About Our Heart Health
    If gorillas and chimpanzees were born to clamber and climb, humans were born to walk and run.[continuare...]
  • This Fungus Mutates. That’s Good News if You Like Cheese.
    American scientists set out to simulate a fungus’s evolution into the edible mold that makes French cheeses like Camembert.[continuare...]
  • It Had the Biggest Antlers Ever Found. Were They Weapons?
    Scientists devised “virtual crash testing” to see if an extinct deer’s colossal headgear was just for show.[continuare...]
  • Online Map Leads Archaeologist to Maya Discovery
    Lidar has transformed the study of ancient civilizations, but maps made with the technology are expensive. Takeshi Inomata found a great one for free.[continuare...]
  • Who Are the Kurds, and Why Is Turkey Attacking Them in Syria?
    Why did Turkey invade? Why did America leave? How did the Kurds gain so much land? We answer 10 key questions about the Turkish invasion of northern Syria.[continuare...]
  • The Amelia Earhart Mystery Stays Down in the Deep
    Robert Ballard’s expedition to a remote island in the South Pacific found no evidence of the vanished aviator’s plane. But the explorer and his crew haven’t given up.[continuare...]
  • Fly Fishing Is the New Bird-Watching
    It’s the latest “old timey” hobby to gain a dedicated new following.[continuare...]
  • Airline Food Waste Is a Problem. Can Banana Leaves Be Part of the Solution?
    The average airline passenger leaves behind about three pounds of waste each flight. One British design firm has ideas to bring down that number.[continuare...]