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Happy Friday and welcome to Overnight Defense. I'm Rebecca Kheel, and here's your nightly guide to the latest developments at the Pentagon, on Capitol Hill and beyond.
Climate change is only worsening the record-breaking wildfires, heat and air pollution in California and the West.
Americans are banned from many nations, but these countries are open, with conditions.
Happy Tuesday and welcome to Overnight Defense. I'm Ellen Mitchell, and here's your nightly guide to the latest developments at the Pentagon, on Capitol Hill and beyond.
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The former president, who owned slaves and whose policies forced Native Americans to relocate, is the latest target of those eager to remove memorials of marred historical figures.
Here’s a guide to what will, and won’t, happen today.
When his skyscraper proved a disappointment, Donald Trump defaulted on his loans, sued his bank, got much of the debt forgiven — and largely avoided paying taxes on it.
Corporate and financial leaders are hard to find in the president-elect’s efforts to prepare for office.
Russian businessmen who previously appeared independent are now compelled to serve the Kremlin abroad or lose their property in Russia.
The Norwegian capital is filled with art and stunning architecture, but nature, too, is an integral part of urban life.
Much of the misinformation surrounding the 2020 election was somewhat predictable, but social media makes it easier to spread, one expert said.
Justin Turner's return to the field to celebrate with his Dodgers teammates after testing positive for COVID-19 is this bizarre baseball season -- and this year in America -- in a nutshell.
For-profit colleges are accused of deceiving students across the nation and leaving them with a legacy of student debt.
President Trump’s threat to target cultural sites in Iran has sparked outrage, with legal experts arguing the president would likely be violating international law if he took such a step.
The long tradition of presidential pets is set to resume this January with two German shepherds belonging to President-elect Joe Biden. Their predecessors weren’t always cats and dogs.
Check out our list of stars (many from reality-TV shows) who were fired for racist comments in the wake of Black Lives Matter protests.
From trade and sanctions to tax policy and financial regulation, the former Fed chair will be at the center of the new administration’s agenda.
More than two dozen Democrats are demanding Defense Secretary Mark Esper allow service members to fly LGBT Pride and Native Nation flags, which were banned when Esper issued a broad flag policy that was intended to target the Confederate battle fl
In large cities across America, murders are up sharply, while other violent crimes have decreased.
The National Park Service (NPS) is in hot water with ethics watchdogs for a slickly produced video promoting President Trump along with its plans to host a fireworks spectacle after his acceptance speech at the Repu
Capital spending will be critical for sustaining a post-pandemic economic recovery.
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A vaccine is finally here, and plans for distributing it are finally within sight. But it's a dark final stretch ahead for California.
Before Congress passes additional stimulus spending, members should research and examine the current fiscal data.
If corporations are going to receive the benefits of legal personhood, they should have to accept its burdens.
According to the calendar, summer starts June 21 and ends Sept. 23.
The House Armed Services Committee has unanimously approved its version of a mammoth defense policy bill.
It’s not at all clear whether being for or against U.S.-China, U.S.-Japan or even USMCA is to support or oppose free trade.
A presidential order would almost certainly face a legal challenge. But if elected, Joseph R. Biden Jr. would have other levers at his disposal to make mask wearing a cultural norm.
Some hedge funds and private equity firms that lent money to property owners are now suing them for falling behind on interest payments.
The White House is eager to project progress, but the public-private partnership it has created still faces scientific hurdles, internal tensions and questions from Congress.
The prolonged uncertainty in spite of the clear preference of the public has intensified some Americans’ anger at a system in which a minority of people can claim a majority of power.
Howard the Duck may not be the first choice for a movie, but with the MCU's success, he could be the next one to get a reboot. Here is the fancast.
We face a new wave of mortgage and rental delinquencies, many of which will come in the next few months.
As a standoff over federal aid persists, state and local governments are making deep budget cuts. “Everything’s going to slow down,” one official said.
Even though fewer people are traveling, the holidays will still be the biggest travel period since the coronavirus pandemic began. See what to expect.
For more horror but in sequential art form, these comics are perfect for Halloween.
The siren song of free or low-cost pharmaceuticals continues to lure academics and policymakers to ignore the carefully crafted balance of incentives in our legal system.
"A sweatshop in America"
Welcome to the mask-wearing, face-to-face-from-afar Santa sit-down season.
Despite former Vice President Biden and his surrogates’ attempts to distance their plans from the Trump administration, there is much more similarity than divergence.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for online travel agency Booking.com to trademark its name, ruling that the domain name is distinct enough to qualify for registration.
After her husband died in 1967, she was the sole owner of the festive Manhattan gathering and gossiping spot until she sold it in 1995.
President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi of Egypt is using human rights activists in a game of geopolitical brinkmanship. What will the new administration do about it?
A physics teacher had flunked him, denigrating his abilities. Dr. Koshiba set out to prove the teacher was wrong.
In a Rose Garden speech shaded with anger, President Trump threatened to send the American military to states where governors could not bring under control the protests over police brutality.
"we have no evidence leading us to believe this threat is at all credible," one sheriff said
Instead of taking a timeout on trade, the incoming Biden administration should begin by making trade a part of its overall strategy for national recovery and progress
It took days for President Trump to acknowledge the obvious fact that George Floyd’s death was compounding pain and anger nationwide.
Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz promised to bring "the full force of goodness and righteousness" as law enforcement upheld a curfew in the Twin Cities.
The wealthy want to escape the pandemic to a private, isolated paradise. The people who sell islands have to explain: It’s complicated.
Some activists have downplayed the damage to businesses from looting and arson in racial justice protests around the country. But some small entrepreneurs are struggling.
Huntington Beach has always been conservative, but the governor, masks rules and a new coronavirus curfew have fueled all-out rage.
The 90-minute exchange, the only vice presidential debate of the 2020 cycle, became – as expected -- a battle over President Donald Trump
Senate Republican Whip John Thune (S.D.) on Wednesday raised possible legal concerns when asked about President Trump potentially accepting the Republican presidential nomination on the South Lawn of the White House.
Kelley, who created the murder mystery, and the star Grant also tie up some loose ends.
President-elect Joe Biden will assume office with democracy in retreat both abroad and at home.
Brokers can hand off tours of listings and the litany of client questions to their bionic colleagues, but a human has to step in when a deal is ready to be made.
With the city’s economy in a downturn, film production has been a bright spot, with crews again filling the city’s sound stages and, increasingly, the streets.
There’s no going back to the old ways. Which technologies could propel the industry forward?
He built an empire from scratch, changing the skyline with high-end residential and office towers but leaving his crowning project unfinished.
The PAC raised more than $260,000 and has apparently spent little on election activities.
Hundreds of trees will be planted in a grove at the new Skyway Park — one for every resident of Jersey City who has died of the virus.
Thirty years after Germany came back together, the former East has become the stronghold of a once-marginalized movement that now sits in Parliament.
Can a post-vaccine return to travel be smarter and greener than it was before March 2020? Some in the tourism industry are betting on it.
A former vice foreign minister of China proposes a way forward for the world’s two leading powers.
Downton Abbey united fans in their love for the Crawleys - but not everyone was completely on board with all the ships and storylines.
The California Geological Survey also indicates limitations in previous studies cited by Hollywood Center developers as evidence of the absence of a fault.
Several African American women have been killed by police across the country.
Prompted by the police killing of George Floyd, American culture has radically transformed in less than three weeks. Here are seven key shifts.
New York Times photographers have documented President Trump throughout 2020 from his impeachment trial to his campaign against Joseph R. Biden Jr.
A Dutch Colonial-style bungalow in Indianapolis, a Victorian rowhouse in Richmond and a 1918 home in Wilmington.
Twenty percent of the prospective recruits recorded said they were active-duty military or had formerly served in the military in some capacity.
The former Trump campaign chairman’s trial has ripped away the facade of a man who worked for the campaign for free, intimating he was too rich to need the money.
The government is working to implement new legislation giving the National Park Service’s infrastructure a well-needed facelift as the NPS, one of the most popular federal agencies, celebrates its 104th anniversary on Tuesday.
Civil liberties advocates warn that a new surveillance tool will put people’s everyday household activities under potential scrutiny by police.
In western Panama, the popular town of Boquete is fending off a pandemic slowdown by luring city-dwellers and retirees with its remote beauty and pleasant climate.
A Tudor-style cottage in Palo Alto, a contemporary home in Beverly Hills and a Spanish-style estate in North Tustin.
Prosecutors declined to pursue many of the cases because they concluded the protesters were exercising their basic civil rights.
Violent crimes including murder and robbery are down in the U.S. But some states are more dangerous than others, based on 24/7 Wall St.'s ranking.
The death of George Floyd, a black man who died on Memorial Day after he was pinned down by a white Minnesota police officer, has sparked outrage and protests in the U.S.
Randy Quaid has been arrested again, this time in Canada, where he and his wife, Evi Quaid, have been living since fleeing the U.S. in 2010 to escape what they described as "Hollywood star whackers."
After cutting Sidney Powell from his legal team, President Donald Trump has welcomed her back into the White House to plot out further efforts to revive his presidency.
The action shows that the U.S. government remains concerned about how extremist groups like Al Qaeda and the Islamic State continue to creatively raise and distribute money around the world.
Sonia Rykiel gets ready for yet another reinvention.
Portland and Seattle were the epicenter of summer protests over police misconduct, which included frequent vandalism and clashes with law enforcement. Things are quieter and we explore what's changed.
Homeowners are rebuilding after wildfires, but many won't be required by governments to use fire-resistant materials. Without such improvements, communities face harm again with the next fire.
What's next for President Trump once he leaves the White House? And what's next for his business? And what's he being investigated for again? And by whom?We take a step back and break it all down with Andrea Bernstein, co-host of the WNYC & ProPublica podcast Trump, Inc., about Trump's finances, his mounting debt and how, after decades of bad business, he has always managed to find a way out.
It seems like SoftBank and the Mubadala Corp. aren’t finished taking big swings at the commercial real estate business in the U.S. Even after the collapse of WeWork, the investors are doubling down on a similar business model as part of a syndicate investing $700 million into REEF Technology.…
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