Trump aides, allies brace for possibility that multiple witnesses will appear at trial

Among White House aides and Capitol Hill Republicans, fears are rising that the allegations in the book could push the trial into next week and yield more damaging disclosures.

Bolton book roils Washington as onetime allies turn on former national security adviser

The manuscript includes more than a dozen pages on Bolton’s interactions with Trump over Ukraine, according to one person familiar with the project.
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Takeaways from the Trump team’s day on defense

Trump’s lawyers started their day of arguments under the cloud of the Bolton revelations. How did they do?

Coronavirus prompts CDC to expand travel alert to all of China

The warning from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention — the organization’s highest alert level — came as the director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases criticized China for not admitting outside experts.

Kobe Bryant’s pilot received clearance to fly in poor weather before crash

Pilot Ara Zobayan was given approval by air traffic controllers to use “special visual flight rules.”
No Palestinians attended the White House preview of what is described as a highly detailed proposal for resolving the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, which dates from 1948.
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Democratic leaders in Pennsylvania are split on whether environmental awareness or fossil fuel jobs hold the keys to the state’s future.
Mimi Haleyi, a former production assistant, gave a tearful recounting of the episode on Monday.
Critics call the "name your price" system a race to the bottom. Uber is arguing the changes establish driver independence.
Newly hired Grand Valley State University offensive coordinator Morris Berger spoke highly of Adolf Hitler during an interview with a student newspaper.
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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.
Critic’s Notebook

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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In Iowa, a bruising hunt for a candidate to love

For one mother and daughter, the search for caucus commitment took them through events, conversations and a weighing and reweighing of what mattered.
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