The EU's new top agricultural official has promised to introduce anticorruption measures after our investigation showed how one of the bloc's huge farm subsidy program enriches far-right leaders, bankrolls oligarchs and underwrites Mafia tactics
At several points today, House managers used video clips of President Trump's own words as evidence against him in the impeachment trial
A Texas A&M University student is being examined for a suspected case of the Wuhan coronavirus. Officials say they're keeping the patient isolated at home while they do additional testing.
How many hours a day do you spend on unpaid labor?
- Women globally spend 4.5 hours of their day on unpaid work while men spend about half that time.
- The value of those hours spent on unpaid care work is about $10.8 trillion a year
Analysis: Why the Polish president boycotted the Jerusalem event commemorating the liberation of Auschwitz https://t.co/Q8hSgnWdcI
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Free-speech advocates say Indonesia's laws have made it more difficult for foreign journalists and researchers to work in the largest country in Southeast Asia.
L.A.-born Philip Jacobson is the first American to face prison time under these laws. https://t.co/gDQzowAGYx
A Santa Monica-based consumer group has spent thousands fending off subpoenas issued by oil companies in connection with lawsuits in which the group is neither plaintiff or defendant.
Columnist @hiltzikm explains how this situation came to be: https://t.co/2MbpWKtShs
In a lawless stretch of western Mexico, children as young as 6 years old are taking up arms against organized crime. https://t.co/pElqrEnELc
It hasn't even been a week and @CH14_ is already causing controversy.
Columnist @dylanohernandez Dylan Hernandez writes about Chicharito's misconstrued comments on whether MLS is a "retirement league" https://t.co/mfgLRmrrll
National Archives installs unaltered 2017 Women's March photo after controversy https://t.co/a9kByJNlpO
Rep. Val Demings calls President Trump's actions a "violation of public trust" https://t.co/5NnKBKuHm3
Democrats play 1999 video of Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham talking about impeachment to bolster their case against President Trump https://t.co/Y7oHFNZj1w
Seen during the Senate impeachment trial:
• Rand Paul ditched a crossword before doodling what looked like the Capitol
• Tom Cotton flipped a purple fidget spinner on his desk while others watched
• Ben Sasse peeled a clementine and ate it https://t.co/Jx1SmcmaJL
Trump’s personal lawyer Jay Sekulow says House Democrats “have kind of opened the door” to president’s defense team raising the Bidens & Burisma by focusing on the issue today.
House Democrats are trying to shatter President Trump’s defense before it begins
NEW: Pete Buttigieg is getting some outside air support. VoteVets Action Fund will start airing a pro-Buttigieg ad tomorrow in New Hampshire, the first outside group to step in for the former South Bend mayor on TV https://t.co/TLNwmIkvwD
The RNC approved plans to dispatch 300 field staffers to 18 target states in this fall's general election.
It's a move that comes as the Trump political machine ramps up its presence in battlegrounds across the country https://t.co/5RFIdphWra
Some cybersecurity experts say a report that Jeff Bezos commissioned doesn't show with certainty that his cellphone was hacked. The Amazon founder and Washington Post owner says he was hacked after he received a video file from Saudi Arabia’s crown prince. https://t.co/bht1EdIm14
“For Sama” directors Waad al-Kateab and Edward Watts discuss the importance of #BAFTA and #Oscars nominations. The documentary chronicles al-Kateab’s life in Aleppo.
The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists has moved its symbolic Doomsday Clock to the closest point to midnight in its 73-year history. The group cited the dual threats of nuclear war and climate change. https://t.co/va1ug7B7VL
Editor, designers discuss Jean Paul Gaultier (@JPGaultier)'s legacy at his final haute couture show during Paris Fashion Week.
A Reuters/Ipsos poll reported that about 72% agree that President Donald Trump’s Senate impeachment trial 'should allow witnesses,’ including 84% of Democrats and 69% of Republicans https://t.co/6uDosfxxgc
Ohio voters were wrongly purged from the state’s registration rolls a year ago. Secretary of State Frank LaRose wants to restore trust by taking state control of Ohio’s fragmented voter registration system. https://t.co/HN4GCmXgV5
Recent complaints filed against Michigan state Sen. Peter Lucido mean at least 101 state legislators now have been publicly accused of sexual harassment or misconduct since the start of 2017. https://t.co/BvEpbbzQxo
Thankfully for #StarTrek devotees, casual fans and curious subscribers alike, "Picard" is a delight, our TV critic writes. https://t.co/SMWQDTD9kC