At fiery debate, a sour welcome for Bloomberg and criticism for Sanders

An animated cast of rival candidates battled in a two-hour free-for-all that sizzled with animosity.
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Winners and losers from the Nevada Democratic debate

Sen. Bernie Sanders benefited from other candidates’ fights, and Mike Bloomberg’s debate inexperience showed.
Fact Checker

Seven claims that caught our attention

The debate didn’t have many statements that merited fact-checking — except these.
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The Take

It’s a critical moment in the Democratic race. The debate made that clear.

The debate was noisy and full of attacks, a sign of the urgency many candidates and the party feel.

Bloomberg faces attacks for refusing to release women from confidentiality agreements

The candidate said the deals were mutual and there was no reason to nullify them.

Against wishes of Barr, Trump fires off more tweets about Justice Department

The tense equilibrium between the president and the attorney general may be tested again Thursday by the sentencing of longtime Trump friend Roger Stone.

He thought therapy was confidential. Now ICE is using it as evidence.

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Live Updates
International experts say the disease will continue to spread globally even as the Chinese government seeks to present the image that it is coming to grips with the epidemic.
Grenell, a staunch supporter of President Trump, particularly on social media, has sparked controversy in Europe almost from the moment he became ambassador.
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Josh Norwood, who was also shot, said he doesn’t know why Levi Norwood allegedly tried to kill them all. A relative points to a rift over the teenager’s black girlfriend, but Norwood denies accusations of racism.
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The Past, Rediscovered
The state legislature will vote on a resolution of regret Thursday — 78 years after the roundups by the federal government began during World War II.
Daniel Lavery’s job is to have answers. He has faced some big questions in his own life.

Boston harbor brings ashore a new enemy: Rising seas

Facing climate change, Boston must gird itself for an era of rising water — or be inundated.
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Get this favorite stir-fry on the table in less time than it takes to order takeout.
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