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  • Water Break on Upper West Side Disrupts Subway Service

    A water main break, the second in one week, flooded New York City subway stations and suspended service on several lines on Sunday morning. The flooding disrupted subway service on the A, C and D lines between 125th Street and 59th Street-Columbus Circle, the Metropolitan Transportation Authority said on Twitter. The break occurred at 102nd […] More

  • Trump Responds To Senate Summons

    President Trump’s legal team made the White House’s resistance to cooperating with the impeachment inquiry clear in its formal response to the Senate summons Saturday evening. In its response, Trump’s legal team — headed by Trump lawyer Jay Sekulow and White House counsel Pat Cipollone — characterizes the impeachment articles as “constitutionally invalid” and accuses […] More

  • The Genius of Trump: China Economy is Growing at It’s Slowest Rate in 30 Years

    The Genius of Trump: China Economy is Growing at It’s Slowest Rate in 30 Years – Prognosis For Future Doesn’t Look Good by Joe Hoft January 19, 2020 Live report from Hong Kong, China One month ago we reported that you can feel it in Hong Kong. The economy is sluggish. The question is – […] More

  • Fighting Extradition to U.S., a Chinese Executive Goes to Court

    VANCOUVER — Global politics, big money, high technology and the intricacies of Canadian law will come together on Monday when the extradition hearing of Meng Wanzhou, the chief financial officer of the Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei, begins in a Vancouver courtroom. Ms. Meng, 47, a former secretary at Huawei who rose to become a public […] More

  • Who’s afraid of the 1619 Project?

    x Conservaties like Newt Gingrich & Erick Erickson are TERRIFIED of the #1619Project. Relax. If we haven’t killed white people by now, we’re probably never going to get around to it. — Stephen Robinson (@SER1897) August 19, 2019 In “Conservatives Terrified New York Times 1619 Project Will Remind Black People Slavery Existed,” Robinson spoke to his […] More

  • SpaceX Launch Updates: Awaiting Test That Will Destroy Rocket

    This is the key test before astronauts get on board SpaceX, along with Boeing, have been hired by NASA for its commercial crew program to build capsules and rockets to carry astronauts to orbit. This is a change from the past when NASA built and operated its own vehicles, like the space shuttles and the […] More

  • Even C-Span Is Piqued: Senate Puts Limits on Trial Coverage

    The American news media has come a long way since the country’s first impeachment trial, of President Andrew Johnson, in 1868, when House impeachment managers sat for a still portrait by the famed Civil War photographer Mathew Brady. The Clinton impeachment trial was the first to take place in the age of 24-hour cable news. […] More

  • Impeachment, Royal Family, SpaceX: Your Weekend Briefing

    (Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Here are the week’s top stories, and a look ahead. 1. The third impeachment trial of an American president is set to begin this week. The House impeachment managers, appointed this past week by Speaker Nancy Pelosi, above, will argue that the Senate should convict […] More

  • Shelter From Life’s Storms – The New York Times

    But now, with crossword puzzles, there was an opportunity for us to work together. A way to make him proud of me that didn’t involve throwing a ball. Or bringing home a girl. Dad was a voracious reader and an even bigger trivia nut than I was. He knew the names of old baseball players, […] More

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