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Trump Heads to Davos, Elite Club That Long Spurned Him

By PETER BAKER

  • Never invited when he was merely a businessman, President Trump will arrive on Thursday as leader of the world’s last superpower.
  • At a celebration of globalization, Mr. Trump will promote the growing American economy and argue for foreign investment.

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Damen Bulaggi klein beige nietenbesetzte Tasche

By ALAN BLINDER and DANIEL VICTOR

Two students were killed and 17 people were injured in Benton, Ky., where a 15-year-old was arrested. While the frequency of school shootings is alarming, some experts note that it has instead turned the nation numb.

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After 200 years of expansion, democracy’s growth in the world has stalled. Is this all a blip, or is this form of government in real trouble?

By MAX FISHER and AMANDA TAUB



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By MARK LANDLER, CARLOTTA GALL and ERIC SCHMITT

To mollify Turkey, the White House said it was easing off its support for the Syrian Kurds, while the Pentagon said they were a critical partner in the war against the Islamic State.

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Enough Trump Bashing, Democrats

By FRANK BRUNI, DEVAL PATRICK and JOE TRIPPI

Practicality, positivity and no “deplorables” — two prominent Democrats offer their prescriptions for midterm success.

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