New York Today: How Safe is Times Square?

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New York Today: How Safe is Times Square?

New York Times
A frightening day in the heart of the city. Credit Jeenah Moon for The New York Times. Updated, 6:48 a.m.. Good morning on this sweaty Friday.

Amid Trump Turmoil, Some Begin Eyeing Mike Pence

New York Times
For Democrats murmuring about the idea of impeaching the president, Vice President Mike Pence has emerged as a prime target. Credit Eric Thayer for The New York Times.

Chinese fighters buzz US surveillance plane, underlining strategic mistrust

Washington Post
BEIJING – Two Chinese fighter jets have buzzed a U.S. spy plane that sniffs out nuclear radiation while flying over the East China Sea, underlining Beijing’s discomfort with American surveillance in its neighborhood.

‘They didn’t have to kill him’: Miss. carjackers fatally shoot 6-year-old, police say

Washington Post
While Ebony Archie shopped inside a Jackson, Miss., grocery store, her 6-year-old son Kingston slept in the car. It was just after 1 a.m.

Why Democrats don’t like Joe Lieberman

(CNN) There are people in Washington who would be happy to see Joe Lieberman return to public life. They just don’t happen to be members of the party that once nominated him for the second highest office in the land.

Republicans shove Chaffetz on his way out

A handful of top Republicans have a message for outgoing Rep. Jason Chaffetz: It’s time to relinquish the House Oversight Committee gavel.

Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee statue coming down in New Orleans: Live updates
The last of four Confederate monuments New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu wants removed from public property, the statue of Gen. Robert E. Lee, is set to spend just a few more hours looking to the north from its 60-foot column as crews prepare to remove

Abortion poses hurdle for Senate healthcare bill

The Hill
Abortion has emerged as a potential stumbling block for Senate Republicans as they seek to craft an ObamaCare repeal-and-replace bill that can garner 51 votes.

Why Trump’s combative trade stance makes US farmers nervous

Washington Post
WASHINGTON – A sizable majority of rural Americans backed Donald Trump’s presidential bid, drawn to his calls to slash environmental rules, strengthen law enforcement and replace the federal health care law.

How the Murder of a DNC Staff Member Fueled Conspiracy Theories

New York Times
An image of Seth Rich, a Democratic National Committee employee, from a YouTube video. Credit Washington Post, via YouTube. The murder last July of an employee of the Democratic National Committee received renewed attention from news media …

Conservative reporters are upset with Trump. And it has nothing to do with policy.

Washington Post
Even the reporters who are supposed to like the Trump administration are grumbling about the Trump administration these days. The frustration among conservative media outlets, which cheered for Donald Trump on the campaign trail, has nothing to do with …

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