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  • Analysis: Trump's attempts to pitch the border wall to Americans

    President Trump and his administration continue to spin facts and lie about justification for the southern border wall. NBC News’ Julia Ainsley breaks down the many ways Trump has attempted to pitch the border wall to the country.

    MSNBC.com
  • Analysis: With Trump in waiting, Kim courts China's support

    TOKYO (AP) - While President Donald Trump waits in the wings, North Korean leader Kim Jong Un arrived in Beijing on Tuesday for his fourth summit with China's Xi Jinping - yet another nod to the leader Kim most needs to court as he tries to undermine support for international

    www.washingtontimes.com
  • Warren Wows in Iowa Amid Electability Questions: Analysis

    Sen. Elizabeth Warren's trip to Iowa over the weekend was nearly flawless and well-received, NBC News reported, no matter what questions the Massachusetts progressive may face over her electability. Warren was the first top Democrat to step toward the 2020 race for president and, in her three-day debut Iowa trip, nearly 3,000 people came out to hear her talk about selling Girl Scout cookies and fighting what she calles a rigged political system. DC's Best Upcoming Concerts: Justin Timberlake...

    www.nbcwashington.com
  • Analysis: Trump's unpredictable negotiating style faces test

    WASHINGTON (AP) — The partial government shutdown is spotlighting the limitations of President Donald Trump's erratic negotiating style. With the impasse over Trump's demand for border wall funding dragging into a third week, the president's zigzag tactics and messaging have angered Democrats and frustrated even some Republicans struggling to help find him an off-ramp. And while Trump's blend of bluster and bullying is hardly new — and at times can produce results — his self-professed dealmaking...

    AP NEWS
  • A Closer Look At The Eurasia Group's Risk Analysis For 2019

    Rachel Martin talks to political risk analyst Ian Bremmer of the Eurasia Group, about geopolitical trends and trouble spots anticipated in the organization's global forecast for the new year.

    NPR.org
  • Analysis: Trump's dealmaking faces test in shutdown standoff

    The partial government shutdown is spotlighting the limitations of President Donald Trump's erratic negotiating style. With the impasse over Trump's demand for border-wall funding dragging into a third week, the president's zigzag tactics and messaging have angered Democrats and frustrated

    ABC News
  • Analysis: Falling home sales not helping middle-class buyers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — When home sales weaken, prices typically do, too, and buyers benefit. Not quite this time. Home purchases in many areas of the country have dipped, and price gains have slowed. Yet a

    WTOP
  • Analysis: Evers can’t order Kaul to drop lawsuit

    A new legal analysis from an attorney who works for the Wisconsin Legislature says Gov. Tony Evers can't order the attorney general to withdraw from a lawsuit seeking repeal of the federal health care law.

    thenewstribune
  • Analysis: Falling home sales not helping middle-class buyers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — When home sales weaken, prices typically do, too, and buyers benefit. Not quite this time. Home purchases in many areas of the country have dipped, and price gains have slowed. Yet a

    WTOP
  • Analysis: Falling home sales not helping middle-class buyers

    WASHINGTON (AP) — When home sales weaken, prices typically do, too, and buyers benefit. Not quite this time. Home purchases in many areas of the country have dipped, and price gains have slowed. Yet a

    WTOP
  • Panthers position analysis: What changes, players could impact defensive line?

    Assessing the Carolina Panthers’ status and needs, position by position, ahead of free agency and the NFL draft. Next up: Defensive line Three things to know ▪ Reviving the rush

    charlotteobserver
  • The FBI says its photo analysis is scientific evidence. Scientists disagree.

    At the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, a team of about a half-dozen technicians analyzes pictures down to their pixels, trying to determine if the faces, hands, clothes or cars of suspects match images collected by investigators from cameras at crime scenes. The unit specializes in visual evidence and facial identification, and its examiners can aid investigations by making images sharper, revealing key details in a crime or ruling out potential suspects. But the work of image examiners...

    The Next Web
  • Analysis: Plan murky in Louisiana felon voting right change

    Louisiana is edging closer to the March 1 start date for a new law that will restore voting rights to thousands of convicted felons, but with little seemingly settled about how to roll out the change.

    thenewstribune
  • AP Analysis: Climactic events in 1979 shaped modern Mideast

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) - Revolutionaries in the streets give way to black-and-white images of blindfolded American hostages. Two enemies sign a peace deal after years of hostilities. And one of the world's two superpowers invades its southern neighbor, launching a bloody, decade-long conflict. These moments and others in

    The Washington Times
  • AP Analysis: Climactic events in 1979 shaped modern Mideast

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Revolutionaries in the streets give way to black-and-white images of blindfolded American hostages. Two enemies sign a peace deal after years of hostilities. And one of the world’s two

    WTOP
  • The FBI Says Its Photo Analysis is Scientific Evidence. Scientists Disagree.

    This story was originally published by ProPublica. At the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, Virginia, a team of about a half-dozen technicians analyzes pictures down to their pixels, trying to determine if the faces, hands, clothes or cars of suspects match images collected by investigators from cameras at crime scenes. The unit specializes in visual evidence [

    Mother Jones
  • Saturn's Rings Could Have Formed During The Dinosaur Age, New Analysis Suggests

    Saturn’s rings might have formed relatively recently—like, in the past hundred million years or so—according to new research. More

    www.gizmodo.com.au
  • Analysis: Beto's excellent adventure drips with white male privilege

    Imagine this: A 46-year-old former congresswoman and mother of three, who just lost a Senate bid to one of the most despised incumbents, sets off on a road trip adventure to clear her head.

    CNN