Trump’s defense team urges senators to end proceedings quickly

Four GOP senators would have to join with Democrats to produce the majority needed to call witnesses — an outcome the Senate majority leader has sought to avoid since it could invite new controversy.
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Our coverage sets up the trial’s question-and-answer phase.

Anatomy of a ‘smear’: How Bolton became a target of the pro-Trump Internet

The 24 hours that followed revelations about the former national security adviser’s book showed how the president’s most fervent online supporters use conspiracy theories to defend him.

Dershowitz gives Republicans the quotes they were looking for

Alan Dershowitz argued that the charges against President Trump amounted to “noncriminal conduct” that fell “outside the range of impeachable offenses.”

Can the coronavirus be contained? Unknowns complicate response.

Three weeks after the coronavirus emerged as a health crisis, experts can’t yet say whether their efforts will succeed at containing an infection that threatens more than 14 countries.

Boeing reports another historically bad quarter as losses from 737 Max grounding continue to mount

Boeing reached new financial lows in 2019 as the 737 Max remains at the center of a historic safety crisis with no end in sight. The company’s 2019 net loss of $636 million is its first annual loss since 1997.
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Trump’s Mideast ‘deal of the century’ is no deal at all

The administration’s vision for peace outlines a scenario in which Israel maintains sovereignty west of the Jordan river, a capital in an undivided Jerusalem, and control over Jewish enclaves and settlements in the Palestinian territories. The Palestinians, meanwhile, get not much.

Who’s paying for Trump’s impeachment defense?

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The four-term congressman announced that he will challenge Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Ga.), who was appointed to the post by Gov. Brian Kemp.
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Democratic operatives say even the hint of an organized movement against Sen. Bernie Sanders would risk alienating his supporters. Meanwhile, Democratic House candidates in swing districts say they are nervous about running on the same ticket as Sanders.
The city of Los Angeles and basketball legends paid their respects at memorials at Staples Center, at the Lakers' practice facility and at the site of his fatal helicopter crash.
Senators blasted State Department officials for holding a closed-door session when none of the information they shared was classified. The House is expected to vote this week on two measures limiting the president’s ability to engage in hostilities against Iran.
Security researchers say Apple’s secretive stance on bugs may prove to be an Achilles’ heel.
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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.
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Hotels are rewarding travelers for opting out of housekeeping. But where does that leave workers?

Hotels are offering guests loyalty points or vouchers to forgo cleaning service, calling it a green choice. But critics say the programs harm housekeepers.

The completely correct guide to eating and drinking on a plane

One must choose one's plane food wisely. The first order of business: Leave your tuna salad sandwich behind.
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