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President Trump and Republicans go on the offensive, British Parliament grabs control of the Brexit process, and Copenhagen puts up a fight against climate change. Here’s the latest:
As the president declared victory in the wake of the Mueller report, he and Republican allies vowed to pursue and even punish those responsible for the Russia investigation.
He called his adversaries “treasonous” and said they should be investigated. “Those people will certainly be looked at,” he said. Many of his allies agreed, while Democrats weighed whether to shift their focus entirely.
Republican response: Senator Lindsey Graham, the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, announced that he would investigate whether there is any anti-Trump bias at the F.B.I. and Justice Department, and called for a new special counsel inquiry to look at the origins of the last one.
Mr. Trump’s re-election campaign also lobbied television networks to blackball Democrats who advanced the collusion theory.
Democratic response: While many 2020 candidates have demanded the release of the Mueller report in full, some top Democrats are urging them to instead focus on issues like immigration, tax policy and health care.
Britain’s Parliament took control on Monday of the government’s efforts to leave the European Union, inflicting on Prime Minister Theresa May a rebuke not suffered by any recent predecessor.
After months of deadlock, lawmakers passed an amendment giving themselves the power to vote on alternatives to the government’s Brexit plan. Members of Mrs. May’s cabinet openly discussed contradictory Brexit policies, and rumors swirled of a plot to replace her.
What’s next? Several of Mrs. May’s Conservative Party lawmakers called on her to name a date for her departure from power. She has already said she will not lead the party into the next general election, which is due to take place in 2022.
Britain will remain in the E.U. at least until April 12. What happens after that is anyone’s guess.
The alternatives: Options include a “soft Brexit” that would keep Britain tied into European economic structures; a second referendum that could potentially revoke Brexit completely; and leaving without any deal.
A family that has funded some of the world’s most renowned art institutions is being turned away by many of those museums amid outrage over its links to the opioid crisis.
Members of the Sackler family own Purdue Pharma, the maker of the frequently abused painkiller OxyContin. While the drug’s potential for abuse has been known for two decades, only recently has Purdue’s controlling family come under intense scrutiny.
Several museums, including the Tate museums in London and the Guggenheim in New York, have rejected any future gifts, concluding that some family members’ ties to the opioid crisis outweighed the benefits of their six- and sometimes seven-figure checks.
The Sacklers’ reach: Exhibitions and institutions funded by the family can be found at the Louvre in Paris, the Old Royal Naval College in London, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, Columbia University and Oxford University.
Background: Documents submitted in court this year suggested that family members had directed company efforts to mislead the public and doctors about the dangers of abusing the drug, accusations that the Sacklers have denied.
The Danish capital wants to cancel out its greenhouse emissions by 2025.
If it manages the remarkable feat, it will be a model for other urban governments on a warming planet. It would require changing how people get around, how they heat their homes and what they do with their trash.
Climate change is a top voter issue among Danes. Mayor Frank Jensen of Copenhagen, a city of 624,000, said that city leaders, more than national politicians, felt pressure to act. “We are directly responsible for our cities and our citizens,” he said.
What it means for the world: Half of humanity now lives in cities, and the vast share of planet-warming gases come from cities. They are both a problem and a potential source of solutions.
Context: Copenhagen has already cut its emissions 42 percent from 2005 levels. Forty-three percent of the city’s population commutes to work and school by bike.
Boeing: During flight simulations recreating the problems with the doomed Lion Air plane, pilots discovered that they had less than 40 seconds to override an automated system on Boeing’s new jets and avert disaster.
Germany: The country’s second-richest family discovered a past connection to Nazis. The Reimann family, which controls JAB Holding Company, commissioned a historian to dig deep into company archives and discovered that two former owners were Hitler supporters who condoned the abuse of forced laborers.
Accidental landing: A British Airways flight to Germany landed in Scotland instead on Sunday, leaving passengers perplexed. The airline said the company that chartered the plane had submitted the wrong route to air traffic controllers.
Israel: Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu cut short a trip to the U.S. after a rocket launched from Gaza struck a house in central Israel. The strike left seven people injured, including two children.
Apple: Jennifer Aniston and Reese Witherspoon helped the technology giant unveil its new streaming service, Apple TV Plus, which is set to be introduced in 100 countries this fall. Apple also unveiled Apple News Plus, a news subscription service that will offer access to 300 magazines.
Turkey: Turkey’s banking regulator said it would begin an inquiry into JPMorgan Chase over accusations that the bank provided “misleading and manipulative” investment advice that the regulator said prompted a run on the Turkish lira last week.
Traffic: New York is poised to become the first U.S. city to introduce congestion pricing, which would introduce tolls for drivers entering Manhattan’s busiest stretches. The idea aims to reduce gridlock, air pollution and pedestrian injuries.
Plant-based healing: Horticultural therapy is used in hospitals, addiction treatment centers, prisons and teen wilderness therapy programs It can involve propagating plants and arranging flowers, and can promote mindfulness and help patients through tough physical therapy.
Tips for a more fulfilling life.
Recipe of the day: French onion soup is a familiar classic, but what about French onion grilled cheese?
The best opportunities for career development aren’t always in the most influential places. Try finding an outfit that’s on the way up and that offers opportunities to accumulate new skills and social capital, and expand along with it.
Love your hotel room? Some have become shopping showrooms, allowing guests to take a piece of the vacation home.
Today is the 40th anniversary of the signing of the Egypt-Israeli peace treaty, a direct offshoot of the 1978 Camp David accords.
The landmark accords were hashed out in tense talks at Camp David, the rustic presidential retreat in the Catoctin Mountains of Maryland. President Jimmy Carter carried messages and proposals between the cabin of Prime Minister Menachem Begin of Israel and that of President Anwar Sadat of Egypt.
The retreat as a vacation spot captured the affection of President Franklin Roosevelt, but not of all his successors. Barack Obama preferred visiting Hawaii or Martha’s Vineyard, Mass.
President Trump goes to his clubs in Palm Beach, Fla., and Bedminster, N.J., rather than Camp David. “It’s nice. You’d like it,” Mr. Trump once said of Camp David, adding, “You know how long you’d like it? For about 30 minutes.”
Still, the Navy maintains Camp David as an active military base, ready for a president who will once again routinely make the 30-minute helicopter ride from the White House.
Mark Landler, a White House correspondent who has visited Camp David, wrote today’s Back Story.
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奇创数据心水论坛【世】【上】【无】【难】【事】，【只】【要】【有】【红】【包】。 【黄】【默】【看】【着】【天】【道】【红】【包】【空】【间】【里】【红】【彤】【彤】【的】【一】【片】，【意】【气】【风】【发】。 【时】【间】【红】【包】，【只】【要】【有】【时】【间】【就】【有】【红】【包】。 【触】【发】【类】【红】【包】，【特】【殊】【事】【件】【触】【发】【红】【包】【奖】【励】。 【兑】【换】【类】【红】【包】，【只】【要】【满】【足】【兑】【换】【条】【件】，【红】【包】【总】【是】【充】【满】【惊】【喜】。 …… 【没】【有】【什】【么】【事】【情】【是】【一】【个】【红】【包】【解】【决】【不】【了】【的】，【如】【果】【有】【那】【再】【来】【一】【个】。 【红】【包】【在】【手】
【处】【置】【了】【晋】【王】【宜】【宾】，【萧】【云】【浠】【似】【乎】【游】【兴】【未】【减】：“【莫】【叫】【这】【些】【糟】【心】【事】【败】【了】【兴】【致】，【祖】【宗】【立】【的】【规】【矩】【不】【可】【荒】【废】，【众】【将】【士】【还】【需】【奋】【勇】【向】【前】。【今】【日】【谁】【得】【的】【猎】【物】【多】【了】，【朕】【重】【重】【有】【赏】，【去】【吧】！” “【是】！”【众】【将】【领】【命】，【复】【又】【跨】【上】【马】，【向】【林】【间】、【谷】【地】【飞】【驰】【而】【去】。 【周】【傲】【良】【此】【刻】【心】【如】【刀】【绞】，【恨】【不】【得】【一】【刻】【也】【不】【停】【歇】【的】【纵】【马】【驰】【回】【京】【城】【去】。【可】【皇】【上】【既】【然】【发】【了】
【叭】【叭】【叭】【一】【一】， 【叭】【叭】【叭】【一】【一】。 【哈】【哈】【哈】【一】【一】。 【身】【穿】【朱】【红】【凤】【纹】【月】【华】【裙】，【留】【有】【高】【锥】【髻】，【珠】【光】【宝】【气】【十】【足】【的】【山】【阴】【公】【主】【迅】【速】【扎】【马】【运】【气】，【挥】【动】【双】【掌】【垂】【于】【腰】【侧】。【张】【碧】【桃】【的】【玉】【拳】【打】【得】【公】【主】【胸】【口】【生】【烟】，【红】【衣】【起】【跳】。【而】【山】【阴】【公】【主】【就】【好】【像】【没】【事】【人】【似】【的】，【依】【然】【笑】【声】【朗】【然】。【透】【过】【她】【的】【青】【丝】【面】【纱】【依】【稀】【可】【见】【她】【那】【隽】【秀】【美】【丽】、【笑】【容】【可】【掬】【的】【容】【颜】。 奇创数据心水论坛【秦】【鸣】【和】【呼】【延】【觉】【在】【荒】【岛】【上】【遇】【到】【当】【初】【的】【大】【夏】【镇】【海】【将】【军】【左】【成】【龙】，【左】【成】【龙】【以】【呼】【延】【觉】【为】【帅】，【率】【领】【大】【军】【一】【路】【杀】【回】【紫】【霞】【岛】。【秦】【鸣】【此】【时】【只】【能】【冒】【充】【阴】【灵】【校】【尉】，【成】【为】【呼】【延】【觉】【的】【先】【锋】。 【阴】【灵】【大】【军】【占】【领】【紫】【霞】【岛】【后】，【迅】【速】【向】【着】【四】【方】【蔓】【延】，【秦】【鸣】【一】【路】【征】【战】，【手】【上】【的】【权】【利】【越】【来】【越】【高】，【自】【身】【实】【力】【也】【得】【到】【锻】【炼】。【加】【上】【搜】【刮】【来】【的】【种】【种】【宝】【物】，【秦】【鸣】【迅】【速】【成】【为】【阴】【灵】
【年】【轻】【女】【子】【无】【奈】【的】【叹】【了】【口】【气】，【爱】【莫】【能】【助】，“【现】【在】【也】【只】【能】【听】【天】【由】【命】【了】……” 【说】【完】，【她】【抬】【起】【手】，【轻】【轻】【拍】【了】【拍】【若】【雅】【的】【肩】【膀】，【摇】【了】【摇】【头】，【转】【身】【走】【了】。 【她】【要】【去】【找】【今】【天】【的】【晚】【饭】。 【小】【溪】【边】【的】【野】【菜】【只】【剩】【三】【天】【的】【量】……【得】【试】【着】【抓】【水】【里】【的】【鱼】【了】。 【等】【鱼】【吃】【的】【差】【不】【多】，【就】【该】【迁】【徙】【去】【别】【处】【落】【脚】【了】…… 【这】【苦】【日】【子】，【什】【么】【时】【候】【才】【是】【个】【头】
【那】【醉】【汉】【满】【满】【的】【爬】【起】【来】，【痴】【痴】【地】【笑】【着】，【刻】【意】【露】【出】【一】【副】【凶】【狠】【的】【表】【情】【瞪】【着】【廖】【承】【律】。 “【你】【要】【么】【乖】【乖】【的】【让】【我】【揍】【一】【拳】，【不】【然】【我】【就】【对】【你】【朋】【友】【不】【客】【气】……” 【醉】【汉】【的】【话】【还】【没】【有】【说】【完】，【余】【岁】【间】【就】【先】【踹】【了】【他】【一】【脚】，【将】【他】【踹】【的】【更】【远】【了】【些】。 【余】【岁】【间】【看】【着】【醉】【汉】，【露】【出】【几】【分】【抱】【歉】，“【对】【不】【起】【啊】，【我】【还】【以】【为】【被】【垃】【圾】【给】【绊】【住】【了】，【就】【下】【意】【识】【的】【踢】【了】【一】
“【彭】【老】【先】【生】【这】【是】【什】【么】【意】【思】？” 【管】【绍】【淳】【闻】【言】【一】【笑】，【反】【问】。 【彭】【老】【太】【爷】【冷】【笑】：“【哼】，【什】【么】【意】【思】，【你】【心】【里】【清】【楚】。” 【管】【绍】【淳】【微】【微】【低】【头】，【他】【微】【弯】【的】【嘴】【角】【似】【乎】【在】【说】【着】，【现】【在】【他】【正】【在】【听】【一】【件】【十】【分】【好】【笑】【的】【事】。 【彭】【老】【太】【爷】【眸】【光】【微】【冷】：“【你】【笑】【什】【么】？【难】【道】【我】【说】【的】【有】【什】【么】【不】【对】？” “【当】【然】，【因】【为】【我】【并】【不】【知】【道】【彭】【老】【先】【生】【丢】【失】【了】【什】