Stories of 12 November 2019

The New York Times › Politics › 3 weeks ago
The impeachment battle will be seen on TV. But it will be fought online.
Chicago Tribune › 3 weeks ago
A federal appeals court heard arguments Tuesday on a bid to halt military funding for construction of President Donald Trump's border wall with Mexico as the
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
In a wide-ranging interview with "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell, former President Jimmy Carter says he believes U.S. talks with North Korea could lead to that country's denuclearization. The 93-year-old Nobel Peace Prize recipient is out...
Breitbart › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
A report published by the Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative finds 68 percent of Nigeria's mineral exports in 2017 went to China.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
Democrats dominate the Old Dominion, where Dukakis didn’t crack 40% in 1988.
The Hill › 3 weeks ago
House Intelligence Committee Chair Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) suggested President Trump's possible impeachable offenses include bribery in an ...
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Attorneys for Johnson & Johnson says there's no need for a judge who ordered the drugmaker to pay $572 million to help clean up Oklahoma's opioid crisis to let several of the state's Republican leaders intervene in the case.
Chicago Tribune › Finance › 3 weeks ago
SAN FRANCISCO E-cigarette giant Juul said Tuesday that it will cut 650 jobs, and slash its spending next year by $1 billion as the company is trying
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
From the Great Lakes to New England, millions of people are digging out from snow. Nearly 150 cold-weather records were broken and dozens more will be shattered on Wednesday. David Begnaud has the latest.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
The new district attorney will ignore quality-of-life offenses.
Business Insider › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Dell says business will now be able to pay for enterprise tech hardware and software products based on what they consume, instead of buying entire systems. Company founder and CEO Michael Dell says the new offering, dubbed Dell Technologies on Demand...
Breitbart › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Sen. Tom Cotton (R-AR) is all but certain to win reelection now, as he is running unopposed and the filing deadline has passed in Arkansas.
CBS Local › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
More than 30 years after debuting in London, Andrew Lloyd Webber’s “The Phantom of the Opera” returns to Denver as part of its revamped North America tour.
The Daily Beast › 3 weeks ago
Lawrence Jenkins for The Washington Post via GettyR. Kelly accusers slammed the National Enquirer tabloid empire on Tuesday for a secret plan to funnel money to the alleged rapist and pedophile for his cooperation in a documentary series.“They’re...
The Boston Globe › 3 weeks ago
Miley Cyrus visited the Museum of Fine Arts Tuesday, often pausing her stroll through the “Ancient Nubia Now” exhibition to take photos with fans.
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
Veterans Devin Adams and Alyssa Hartley are now studying at Vanderbilt University
Sputnik International › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
WASHINGTON (Sputnik) - The US measles outbreak has reached 1,261 cases, the most in nearly 30 years, with 10 cases reported in October, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said in a notice.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Light, breathable headphones with fitness in mind go from regular fit to super-snug at the flick of a clip.
Alternet › Finance › 3 weeks ago
I should start this homily on inequality by distinguishing income from wealth. Income is your annual wages or salary, as well as your earnings from a business, pension or government…
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
A federal judge has refused to set bond for a Louisiana man accused of threatening President Donald Trump via social media posts last week
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