US declares public health emergency from new virus

While insisting the risk to the American public is low, the Trump administration declared a public health emergency from the coronavirus that began in China and announced it will bar entry of foreign nationals who pose a transmission risk. (Jan. 31)

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Schiff starts impeachment arguments on witnesses

Senators are preparing to vote on calling more witnesses and instead start bringing a close to the third impeachment trial in American history. Lead House manager Rep. Adam Schiff Friday renewed his appeal for witnesses, citing new reporting. (Jan.31)

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Coronavirus spread from wife to husband in Chicago: official | AFP

The director for the Illinois Department of Public Health says they have identified the first person-to-person transmission of the novel coronavirus on American soil, a Chicago resident who contracted the illness from his wife. SOUNDBITE

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Brain injuries in Iraq shows ‘unseen wounds of war’

The spotlight on brain injuries suffered by American troops in Iraq this month is an example of America’s episodic attention to this invisible war wound, which has affected hundreds of thousands over the past two decades but is not yet fully understood. (Jan. 30)

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Travels with Charley(s) – Get Outta Here! Podcast

The novelist John Steinbeck (The Grapes of Wrath, East of Eden) was a giant of American literature and a peripatetic traveler. He also wrote one of the most charming of travel books, Travels with Charley, about a journey he took with his dog in 1960 to re-acquaint himself with the country he was famous for describing.

Steinbeck’s widow Elaine accompanied him on most of his travels in the 18 years of their marriage. She was a prolific letter writer all of her adult life, and her letters and snapshots of their trips comprise the heart of a Steinbeck auction scheduled for February 27th in New Jersey. Our guide for this dive into Steinbeckiana is Charlie Potters, a consulting archivist for the auction house Curated Estates.

And on #MyFavoriteTrip: more Steinbeck. A couple of excerpts from Travels with Charley.

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GOP Senators: ‘Voters should decide Trump’s fate’

Two key Republican senators criticized the slow pace of how the Democratic impeachment managers have been presenting their case, and they said they trusted American voters to decide President Donald Trump’s fate over the U.S. Senate. (Jan. 24)

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Second day of arguments in Trump impeachment begins

House Democrats prosecuting President Donald Trump’s impeachment are trying to win over senators and a deeply divided American public. Rep. Jerrold Nadler argued Thursday the president’s conduct was “illegal,” and “dangerous.” (Jan. 23)

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Three American firefighters die as fires resume in Australia | AFP

Australian firefighters tackle a house on fire near Moruya in New South Wales. High temperatures and strong winds have fuelled an outbreak of new blazes across several areas in eastern Australia, ending a period of respite following several days of rains and cooler weather. Three American crew helping to battle Australia’s devastating bushfires were killed Thursday when their water-bombing plane crashed in mountainous terrain during a sortie to tackle another outbreak of the deadly blazes.

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Three American firefighters die as fires resume in Australia | AFP

Australian firefighters tackle a house on fire near Moruya in New South Wales. High temperatures and strong winds have fuelled an outbreak of new blazes across several areas in eastern Australia, ending a period of respite following several days of rains and cooler weather. Three American crew helping to battle Australia’s devastating bushfires were killed Thursday when their water-bombing plane crashed in mountainous terrain during a sortie to tackle another outbreak of the deadly blazes.

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Australia plane crash kills 3 US firefighters

Three American crew members died Thursday when a C-130 Hercules aerial water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia, officials said. (Jan. 23)

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Schiff: A president ‘this lawless’ must be removed

Democratic House impeachment managers argued Wednesday that President Donald Trump abused his presidential powers and should be removed from office. Lead manager Rep. Adam Schiff asks, should the American people “just get over it?” (Jan. 22)

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Today in History for January 20th

Highlights of Today in History: Iran releases American hostages; Ronald Reagan and John F. Kennedy innaugurated as President. (Jan. 20)

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Senators sworn in for Trump impeachment trial

The chief justice of the United States was sworn in Thursday to preside over President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, then immediately swore in the entire Senate body as jurors for only the third such proceeding in American history. (Jan. 16)

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Gigi Hadid arrives at court for Weinstein trial | AFP

American model Gigi Hadid arrives at court as a potential juror in disgraced movie producer Harvey Weinstein’s rape and sexual assault trial. Prosecutors and defense attorneys are trying to select 12 jurors and six alternates. IMAGES

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House leaders march impeachment articles to Senate

In a dramatic procession across the U.S. Capitol, Democratic House leaders marched the formal articles of impeachment against President Trump to the Senate, setting the stage for only the third trial to remove a president in American history. (Jan. 15)

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Trade analysis on US-China trade going forward

President Donald Trump signed a trade agreement with China that is expected to boost exports from U.S. farmers and manufacturers, protect American trade secrets and lower tensions in a dispute between the world’s two biggest economies. (Jan. 15)

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Trump, Liu He sign ‘phase one’ of the US-China trade deal | AFP

US President Donald Trump and China’s Vice Premier Liu He sign “phase one” of a new partial trade agreement which includes a pledge from China to beef up purchases of American crops and other exports, as well as providing protections for US technology. IMAGES

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Miami prepares for spike in sex trafficking as Super Bowl comes to town | AFP

Every year, the American football season ends with the vast spectacle of the Super Bowl, drawing in celebrity superstars, hugely expensive advertising and 100 million viewers. But the sporting mega-event also has a darker side: a spike in human trafficking, in particular a rise in sexual exploitation. This year, Miami will host the Super Bowl on February 2. The city’s authorities are training hotel workers, security guards, Uber drivers and truckers to spot the signs that a person might be a victim of trafficking, and alert police.

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FILE: Spike Lee to be first black head of Cannes film festival jury | AFP

American director Spike Lee has been named president of this year’s Cannes film festival jury, becoming the first black head of the panel. The maker of “Malcolm X” and “Do the Right Thing” is the first person of black African descent to preside at the world’s biggest film festival, which is held in May on the French Riviera.

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American men let it all out at new support groups | AFP

In a chalet in the Massachusetts countryside, tears run down Lucas Krump’s cheeks as he pours his heart out at one of a new kind of support group growing in popularity among American men.

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Cannes Film Festival | AFP Animé

Videographic on the Cannes film festival. American director Spike Lee was named president of this year’s Cannes film festival jury on Tuesday, becoming the first black head of the panel. VIDEOGRAPHICS

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The Cannes Palais des Festivals | AFP Animé

Short videographic locating the Palais des Festivals in Cannes. American director Spike Lee was named president of this year’s Cannes film festival jury on Tuesday, becoming the first black head of the panel.VIDEOGRAPHICS

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