The coronavirus arrives in the U.S., Trump's Russia adviser is escorted out, and Trump tells donors about killing Soleimani.
Author - JM Ashby
North Korea says they could resume nuclear weapons tests any time now.
And it could be the next president's mess to clean up.
And he's using them to blackmail Europe in his war with Iran.
Iran's missile strike injured 11 Americans, there more bad news for Boeing, and a Brazilian official quotes Goebbels.
And it could jeopardize "phase one" of Trump's "greatest deal."
"I made a lot of bankers look very good," Trump says.
The impeachment trial begins, the EU's top trade official blasts Trump, and the Trump regime sides with big corporations.
More farmers support Trump, but it probably won't last.
China's large purchases depend on waivers they haven't issued yet.
The GAO says Trump broke federal law by withholding aide to Ukraine.
Wisconsin's voter purge is blocked, European powers accuse Iran, and Boeing said no training needed before crashes. Plus a programming note.
Asset managers say climate change is too big of a risk not to factor it.
And Trump's trade war with Europe won't help Boeing.
The deficit jumped almost 12 percent by the end of December 2019.
Booker drops out, Collins could get five years, and Trump concedes to China on 'currency manipulation.'
And we'll have one less moral leg to stand on internationally.
Mnuchin says Boeing's failed 737 Max program could cut GDP by 0.5 percent.
So much for the idea that he was killed because of an immediate threat.
Job growth slows in December, Trump imposes more Iran sanctions, and Boeing employees rip company managers.