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C.D.C. Confirms First Possible Community Transmission of Coronavirus in U.S.
A case in California may be the first infection without a known link to travel abroad.
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House Passes Anti-Lynching Bill After 120 Years of Failure
Since 1900, Congress has repeatedly failed to pass a bill making lynching a federal crime. Now the legislation could be on its way to the Oval Office.
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Should Robots Have a Face?
As automation comes to retail industries, companies are giving machines more humanlike features in order to make them liked, not feared.
Coronavirus, Democrats, Harvey Weinstein: Your Wednesday Briefing
Here's what you need to know.
Why Russia Is Rooting for Both Trump and Sanders
The Russian government is again trying to meddle in the presidential election. In doing so, they’re working to aid two very different candidates.
New Front in Trump’s Clashes With New York
The administration is becoming a roadblock to some of the state's most ambitious projects.
Judge in Roger Stone Case Warns About Attacks on Juror by Trump and Others
Judge Amy Berman Jackson held a hearing on the defense’s request for a new trial even as the president claimed the jury’s forewoman was biased.
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Live Updates Ahead of Tonight’s Democratic Debate in South Carolina
Seven Democrats will be debating in Charleston, S.C., four days before the South Carolina primary. Last week’s forum smashed a TV ratings record.
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C.D.C. Officials Warn of Coronavirus Outbreaks in the U.S.
Clusters of infection are likely in American communities, health officials said. Some lawmakers questioned whether the nation is prepared.
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Stock Market Jitters Persist After Wall Street’s Worst Drop in 2 Years
The spread of the new coronavirus has rattled investors in both the stock and bond markets.
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Wall Street Wakes Up to Coronavirus
The hit to markets may be sharp. But if the past is any guide, the scare should be relatively brief.
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Harvey Weinstein: Guilty
He was the first high-profile man ousted from a position of power during the #MeToo movement and then criminally prosecuted.
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China Sentences Hong Kong Bookseller Gui Minhai to 10 Years in Prison
Mr. Gui, a Chinese-born Swedish citizen, ran a publishing house that appeared to anger the Communist Party
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Trump Demands Two Liberal Justices Recuse Themselves From His Cases
The president ratcheted up a fight with a judicial system he sees as biased against him.
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