Senate Republicans seize on Dershowitz argument, say Trump’s actions aren’t impeachable

Senate Republicans said even if President Trump strong-armed Ukraine to help him politically, it is not an impeachable offense.
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Shoppers wear masks inside a shopping mall in Wuhan, China. (Jovis and Marissa/Reuters)
Shoppers wear masks inside a shopping mall in Wuhan, China. (Jovis and Marissa/Reuters)

Surreal new reality sets in for millions trapped at the outbreak’s epicenter

Nearly a week into a quarantine of unprecedented scale, as many as 54 million people in Wuhan and the densely populated plains lining the Yangtze River are trying to adjust as concern — and boredom — mount.
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The stories we tell about Kobe Bryant

We shouldn’t act like there’s only one that matters.
Perspective

Facebook will now show you exactly how it stalks you — even when you’re not using Facebook

The new Off-Facebook Activity tool reminds us we’re living in a reality TV program where we forget the cameras are always on. Here are the privacy settings to change now.
A combination of the 2017 tax cuts and a surge in new spending has expanded the deficit.
Minor shaking was felt as far north as Florida, while more moderate shaking was reported in Jamaica. Initial reports of damage from the region have been spotty.
The EPA is holding a hearing Tuesday to consider approval of an open-pen fish farm in the Gulf of Mexico. It could be the first in federal water in the contiguous United States.
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Iowa Diary
The Biden family has been wooing the sisters in Dubuque with cookies and ice cream. Will they turn out for him?
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Will Davos save the world, or put it out of its misery?

At the alpine confab, global elites toast capitalism, fret about climate and party like there's no tomorrow.
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It’s time for radical change at the Grammys — and the clock is ticking

The awards have been too white, too male and too old for too long.
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