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News Analysis: On Health Care, 2020 Democrats Find Their First Real Fault Lines

News Analysis: On Health Care, 2020 Democrats Find Their First Real Fault Lines

Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota is staking her early campaign, in part, on voters appreciating her candor in rejecting liberal wish-list policies.

Phys Ed: How Many Push-Ups Can You Do? It May Be a Good Predictor of Heart Health

Men who could get through 40 or more push-ups had 96 percent less risk of heart problems in the next 10 years than those who quit at 10 or fewer.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Gets in Costume to Roast Bernie Sanders

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Gets in Costume to Roast Bernie Sanders

Jimmy Fallon dressed up as Senator Bernie Sanders and parodied his campaign announcement.
Man Dies After Subway Train Drags Him Into Tunnel

Man Dies After Subway Train Drags Him Into Tunnel

Officials investigated the death of a man who was killed Tuesday night when he was dragged into a subway tunnel at Grand Central Terminal.
Russian Hackers Targeted European Research Groups, Microsoft Says

Russian Hackers Targeted European Research Groups, Microsoft Says

Karen Donfried, second from right, the president of German Marshall Fund of the United States, with NATO’s secretary general, Jens Stoltenberg, center, in Brussels in 2014. Her organization was
What Is Wrong With Afghanistan’s Peace Process

What Is Wrong With Afghanistan’s Peace Process

A sign on a car in Kabul last week showed a Taliban member beating a woman and read, “Afghanistan will not go back."
President Trump, Karl Lagerfeld, Bernie Sanders: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Trump, Karl Lagerfeld, Bernie Sanders: Your Wednesday Briefing

President Trump arriving to give a speech in Miami on Monday.
Would You Die for Europe? A Binational Battalion Offers an Answer

Would You Die for Europe? A Binational Battalion Offers an Answer

Cpl. First Class Leon Berkepeis of the Netherlands, center, with German soldiers of Tank Battalion 414.
Russians, Feeling Poor and Protesting Garbage, Suffer Winter Blues

Russians, Feeling Poor and Protesting Garbage, Suffer Winter Blues

The idea of Moscow garbage marring their idyll galvanized the village of Urdoma to protest against plans for a landfill.

7 Children in Syrian Refugee Family Die in Fire in Canada

The victims, who immigrated in 2017, ranged in age from 4 months to 15 years old. The cause of the early-morning blaze in Nova Scotia remains under investigation.

Family of Shamima Begum, ISIS Teenager, Says Britain Plans to Revoke Her Citizenship

Ms. Begum’s family said it was “very disappointed with the Home Office’s intention to have an order made depriving Shamima of her citizenship.”
2 American Wives of ISIS Militants Want to Return Home

2 American Wives of ISIS Militants Want to Return Home

Hoda Muthana with her son in Syria. Ms. Muthana was a 20-year-old college student at the University of Alabama at Birmingham when she joined the Islamic State in 2014.
Karl Lagerfeld, Remembered by His Friends and Collaborators

Karl Lagerfeld, Remembered by His Friends and Collaborators

Inès de la Fressange, left, with Lagerfeld, in March 1987, ahead of the fall ready-to-wear shows.
Trump Administration Wants California to Pay Back $2.5 Billion for High-Speed Rail

Trump Administration Wants California to Pay Back $2.5 Billion for High-Speed Rail

Lenny Mendonca, right, chairman of the California High-Speed Rail Authority’s board of directors.

McKinsey Will Return $15 Million in Fees Over Disclosure Failures

The consulting company settled with the Justice Department unit that oversees the bankruptcy system. But the creditor allegations that led to the settlement are still before a judge.
West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

West Virginia Teachers Walk Out (Again) and Score a Win in Hours

Teachers on strike in Denver last week. Educators were set to walk off the job in West Virginia and Oakland, Calif., this week, continuing a protest movement that has persisted for the past year.
Trump to Tap Other Military Money for Wall Before Emergency Funds

Trump to Tap Other Military Money for Wall Before Emergency Funds

Workers reinforcing a section of the fence between the United States and Mexico near Tijuana.
Don Newcombe Dies at 92; Dodger Pitcher Helped Break Racial Barrier

Don Newcombe Dies at 92; Dodger Pitcher Helped Break Racial Barrier

Don Newcombe with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1949, his debut season with the team, when he was named rookie of the year.