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THE WEEK 12/14/2019 11:14
As Sudan's transitional civilian government continues its nascent rule, the country's former President Omar al-Bashir, who was removed from power after 30 years earlier this year following nationwide protests, was Saturday to two years detention in a state-run reform center on financial irregularities and corruption charges.
THE WEEK 12/14/2019 09:41
1. After debating the articles of impeachment against President Trump on Wednesday and Thursday, the House Judiciary Committee voted Friday to advance the articles for a full House vote. The committee approved both articles on party lines, 23-17. The first article is abuse of power, alleging Trump wrongly pressured Ukraine to investigate his political rivals ahead of the 2020 election. The second article is obstruction of Congress, alleging Trump improperly refused to comply with the impeachment inquiry and blocked officials from supplying lawmakers with documents and testimony. Trump called the Friday vote "an embarrassment to our country." The full House is expected to debate and vote on the articles next week. []. 2. The Supreme Court to
THE WEEK 12/14/2019 07:00
Your opinion of President Trump's economic agenda is probably linked to your opinion of China. Trump rails against Chinese manufacturing for stealing U.S. jobs. In retaliation, he's used tariffs to cut down on the goods Americans import from China — and, by extension, bulk up the "Made in America" goods they buy. Meanwhile, Trump's critics paint this as an absurd and destructive quest; they assert that our economic entanglement with China is good for the United States. But what does China itself make of this business? China may be the antagonist in Trump's trade war. But, ironically enough, unlike Trump's U.S. critics and despite , Beijing probably doesn't see itself as a champion of global trade interdependency. In fact, the country's gove.
THE WEEK 12/14/2019 06:45
"There was plenty to like about the November jobs report," said Justin Lahart at . The Labor Department reported last week that the U.S. economy added 266,000 jobs last month, the most since January, while the unemployment rate slipped to 3.5 percent, matching a 50-year low. "The report puts to rest any worries that employers, facing geopolitical worries and thinning profit margins, are pulling back on hiring," and consumer spending continues to surge into the holiday season. The report did contain a few mysteries: Wage growth is "decent," but not as high as we might expect. And the share of the adult population in the labor force — called the participation rate — actually ticked down, suggesting "people out of the workforce lack the skills.
THE WEEK 12/14/2019 06:40
Here are three of the week's top pieces of financial insight, gathered from around the web:. No rest for white-collar workers Educated Americans are working longer and longer hours, said Derek Thompson at ­ — and the always-on internet is to blame. "Computing has shifted much of the economy from manufacturing to 'neuro­facturing,'" or white-collar labor that is "connected to the internet." The internet also "makes every hour of the day a potential working hour" and has "supercharged global competition and forced international firms to outwork rivals many thousands of miles away." White-collar employees also work around the clock to send bosses a signal that they deserve to be promoted. But it's not all bad. "Neurofacturing is safer, more com.
THE WEEK 12/14/2019 06:35
Clint Eastwood has been directing movies for nearly 50 years. Given that experience and his age (nearly 90), it's a little bit surprising he's been so fixated lately on recent American history. He's been focusing on historically-rooted stories for a while, covering World War II ( Flags of Our Fathers ; Letters from Iwo Jima ) and the postwar period ( J. Edgar ; Jersey Boys ), as well as the second war in Iraq ( American Sniper ). But over the past five years, Eastwood has been dramatizing a series of smaller contemporary events, usually predicated on the actions of seemingly regular men thrust into unusual circumstances and performing heroic acts. Sully recreated the famous Hudson River plane crash saved from disaster by its graceful pilot;
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 16:27
1. Hey, I don't know about you, but I'm feeling ... the oppressing crush of mortality. Taylor Swift celebrated her 30th birthday on Friday, despite being 19, like, yesterday. "WHO'S GONNA TELL HER SHE'S THIRTAY NOW," Swift tweeted, sharing a throwback photo of the sweet little girl who would one day grow up to have complete strangers creepily about her fertility on social media. Swift didn't note how she plans to celebrate, but seeing as she accepted Billboard's first-ever Woman of the Decade Award last night, she understandably might be sleeping in. []. 2. Christmas came early this year! While fans of the Kardashian West clan had to wait until Christmas Eve in 2018 to see the family's holiday card (the nerve!), Kim and Kanye shared their an.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 15:27
When J.J. Abrams revived Star Wars with The Force Awakens , he was slammed for playing it too safe. But with The Rise of Skywalker , Abrams is set to close this new trilogy by taking a massive risk that could bring the 42-year saga to a highly satisfying finish or unravel it completely. I'm talking, of course, about the reintroduction of Emperor Palpatine. After the emperor plummeted to his apparent death in a Death Star that subsequently blew up in Return of the Jedi , Palpatine's return was barely on any Star Wars fans' radar until the teaser for The Rise of Skywalker ended with his cackle. The bombshell reveal made for an effective trailer, but bringing Palpatine back into the Star Wars narrative could easily go terribly wrong. For one,
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 15:09
This week's question: Before this week's election, movie star Hugh Grant surprised British voters by knocking on their doors and urging them to vote for candidates who oppose the U.K.'s departure from the European Union. If Hollywood were to make a romantic comedy in which Grant plays a passionate "Remainer" who falls for a "Brexiteer," what could it title the movie? How to enter: Submissions should be emailed to . Please include your name, address, and daytime telephone number for verification; this week, please type "Love Brexit" in the subject line. Entries are due by noon, Eastern Time, Tuesday, Dec. 17. Winners will appear on the Puzzle Page of the Dec. 27 issue and at on Dec. 20. In the case of identical or similar entries, the first
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 14:33
The House Judiciary Committee Friday to approve articles of impeachment against President Trump. It's an important step in holding him accountable for Ukraine into smearing his top political opponent. Yet it can't be denied that the proceedings have been extremely dull. (Frankly, even I struggle to pay attention.) Democrats have largely failed to dramatize the proceedings — and in the process, markedly weakened their own inquiry. It is yet another missed opportunity. To start with, Democrats have shied away from using their constitutional authority to force testimony from either Trump's lawyer and fixer Rudy Giuliani, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, acting White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney, former National Security Adviser John Bolto.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 13:50
Boris Johnson's historic victory on Thursday . He purged the party of die-hard Remain heel-diggers, set the agenda of "get Brexit done," and won, tearing the heartland out of the Labour coalition and earning the largest Tory majority since 1987. But Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn's loss was also his own. Labour's 202 seats in the newly elected parliament will mark the weakest representation for the party since 1935. Labour hemorrhaged support, shedding over 2.5 million voters and 7.8 percentage points of the popular vote — and those voters fled in all directions, some staying home, some going to the Tories, and some going to the Liberal Democrats, who though they lost seats increased their share of the popular vote by over 4 percentage points.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 13:32
If you thought President Trump was working on his 2020 re-election, O naïf, you thought wrong. His gaze is focused further: 2024. 2028. 2032. 2036? (One assumes the man is mortal.). His desire for a in office is a of Trump's. "When you leave office — I hope in five years, nine years, 13 years, 17 years, 21 years, 25 years, 29 years — when I leave office — now, I'm only doing that to drive them totally crazy," he to cheers at a rally in Pennsylvania this week, pointing at members of the media. "That drives them crazy. Even joking about it.". Trump did the same bit a few days prior, a lot of his "stupid" media critics "say, 'you know he's not leaving' ... So now we have to start thinking about that, because it's not a bad idea." Apparently taki.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 12:45
Christmas came early this year! While fans of the Kardashian West clan had to wait until Christmas Eve in 2018 to see the family's holiday card (the nerve!), Kim and Kanye shared on social media Friday afternoon. Unlike , the family opted this year for a more dressed-down look: Mom, dad, and all four kids — including adorable 7-month-old Psalm, making his Christmas card debut — wore comfy-looking sweats. The West Family Christmas Card 2019. — Kim Kardashian West (@KimKardashian). "I think this Christmas card will be just ... me, Kanye, and the kids, because it's a lot to wrangle everybody," , adding that she planned something "really chill and cozy." Nailed it.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 12:37
While America watched Lamar Jackson play Madden 2005 on rookie difficulty Thursday night, Jeremy Corbyn prepared to resign as leader of the Labour party after the Conservatives won their fourth consecutive British general election. No love will be lost between Corbyn and the liberal British media establishment.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 12:22
Mitch McConnell has declared himself judge, jury, and White House coordinator in the upcoming Senate impeachment trial. As the House Judiciary Committee continued to debate its articles of impeachment against President Trump on Thursday, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) : He'll be working "in total coordination" with the White House counsel's office on impeachment.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 07:22
1. British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's Conservative Party was headed for a landslide victory in elections called to break an impasse over Brexit. Johnson campaigned on the slogan "Get Brexit Done," while Jeremy Corbyn's opposition Labour Party had promised a new referendum on leaving the European Union, increased spending on health care, and the nationalization of key industries. Corbyn said he would step aside after early results showed the Conservatives winning 364 seats in Parliament's House of Commons, a gain of 47 seats that would give them their largest majority since 1987. The Labour Party was predicted to lose 59 seats, leaving them with 203. []. 2. President Trump on Thursday agreed to a just days before the U.S. was due to impos.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 06:58
1. House Judiciary Committee Chair Jerrold Nadler (D-N.Y.) unexpectedly announced that the panel would . The move came after a 14-hour hearing on the allegations that Trump abused his power by pressuring Ukraine to investigate his political rivals, and obstructed Congress' investigation of the matter. Republicans reacted with anger to the delay, accusing Democrats of changing the schedule to a time when the vote would get more media attention. Rep. Doug Collins (R-Ga.) accused Nadler of turning the committee into a "kangaroo court." Nadler said he wanted "both sides of the aisle to think about what has happened over these last two days and to search their consciences before we cast our final votes.". []. 2. Early results and exit polls on Thu.
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 06:00
In the wake of Thursday's emphatic Tory election triumph in the U.K., one thing about Brexit is certain: Three and a half years after voting to do so, and two general elections later, the country will now definitely leave the EU. Even before the election campaign began, Conservative Campaign Headquarters had distilled their message down to three words: "Get Brexit done."
THE WEEK 12/13/2019 06:00
During a pivotal moment in episode four of Watchmen , three characters who are arguably out of central casting for any comic book adaptation — the brooding masked avenger, the jaded yet noble FBI agent, and the eccentric trillionaire genius with mysterious motives — gather to discuss a key development in the case that the masked avenger and the FBI agent are working (separately, of course, though they'd do far more good working together) and that the genius clearly knows more about than they're letting on.

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