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1. President Trump is taking his case for a wall to El Paso.
His rally this night, set for 7 p.m. native time (nine p.m. Eastern), is his first tournament alongside the border since a debate over investment a wall close down the federal government. We’ll be there. Negotiations to move off every other shutdown as of Friday middle of the night are in peril of cave in.
In a twist of political theater, Beto O’Rourke, a former Democratic congressman from El Paso and conceivable presidential candidate, will talk at a rally lower than a mile from Mr. Trump’s. We’ll be there, too.
Ahead of the occasions, other folks go the political spectrum in El Paso had a message for the president: Don’t talk for us. Above, migrants from Central America surrendering to officers in El Paso on Sunday.
2. “Anti-Semitism is actual and I’m thankful for Jewish allies and co-workers who’re teaching me at the painful historical past of anti-Semitic tropes.”
That used to be Representative Ilhan Omar, a freshman congresswoman from Michigan, who cameunder hearth from Speaker Nancy Pelosi and all of the House Democratic management for insinuating on Twitter that American strengthen for Israel used to be fueled by way of cash from a pro-Israel lobbying crew.
She didn’t again clear of her rivalry that the lobbying crew, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee, has an excessive amount of energy in Washington. “At the same time, I reaffirm the problematic role of lobbyists in our politics, whether it be AIPAC, the NRA or the fossil fuel industry,” her commentary mentioned.
three. A Virginia Democrat’s push to start impeachment court cases in opposition to Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax stalled after livid opposition from the birthday celebration’s black caucus.
They insist there no longer be a hurry to oust Mr. Fairfax, who’s black, over accusations of sexual attack whilst the state’s white governor and lawyer basic are refusing to surrender once they admitted dressed in blackface of their adolescence.
Mr. Fairfax entered the legislative construction round 11:30 a.m. this morning, above, made his strategy to the Senate chambers thru a scrum of TV cameras, repeated that he had “called for an independent investigation,” including: “I am still very confident in the truth.” And went to paintings.
four. Shrill, abrasive, aloof, unlikable.
Some of the adjectives used to explain Hillary Clinton right through her 2016 presidential marketing campaign are actually effervescent up in uncharted territory: a presidential race that includes six girls working for the Democratic nomination.
Few other folks admit they’d hesitate to vote for a girl for president, however they don’t need to. We took a take a look at how sexism performs out at the marketing campaign path.
And we’ve nearer appears at two senators a number of the six: Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, above, who joined the race Sunday, and Kamala Harris, whose document as a former district lawyer and California lawyer basic faces a refrain of critics — particularly at the left.
five. Assisting the physician: A.I.
In a brand new learn about, researchers from universities within the U.S. and China constructed a extremely correct machine that might robotically diagnose commonplace early life prerequisites — together with influenza and meningitis — after examining the affected person’s signs, scientific information, lab effects and different scientific knowledge.
The machine used a neural community, a breed of man-made intelligence, to digest the digital well being information from greater than 1.three million affected person visits at a pediatric clinic in China. Above, docs competed in opposition to A.I. computer systems to acknowledge diseases right through a contest in Beijing remaining 12 months.
Able to acknowledge patterns in knowledge that people may by no means determine on their very own — and may no longer be capable of perceive — A.I. may help docs in diagnosing advanced prerequisites, probably remodeling the well being care trade and lowering the possibilities of misdiagnoses.
In different A.I. information, President Trump signed an govt order supposed to spur the improvement and law of man-made intelligence.
6. Brandi Carlile gave an exhilarating efficiency. Drake confirmed up (despite the fact that his acceptance speech were given bring to a halt). Alicia Keys used to be a laid-back host (and deftly performed two pianos directly).
We rounded up the most productive and worst of the Grammys, in keeping with our song critics. At a rite ruled by way of feminine performers and presenters, Kacey Musgraves gained album of the 12 months for “Golden Hour,” in addition to 3 different awards. Cardi B, above, become the primary lady to win perfect rap album as a solo artist for “Invasion of Privacy.” Here’s the whole checklist of winners.
From Cardi B at the part shell to Michelle Obama in a silver living room swimsuit and a barefoot Alicia Keys, girls have been entrance and middle, our type critic writes. (The embedded slide demonstrate has all of the purple carpet appears.)
This 12 months’s award rite used to be in all probability as notable for who didn’t demonstrate up as who did, our pop song critic suggests.
7. The accusations in opposition to Óscar Arias Sánchez, a former president of Costa Rica and Nobel laureate, are mounting. Above, Mr. Arias remaining month.
Yazmín Morales is one among a minimum of 9 girls who’ve now come ahead with accounts of sexual attack or misconduct.
Telling her tale used to be exhausting. Finding a attorney to take the case used to be tougher, revealing the social and political hindrances going through girls within the area after they search felony recourse, even in Latin America’s most vital #MeToo case.
And our Interpreter column examines why the motion has made little headway in curtailing abuses by way of abnormal males.
nine. “It’s almost like heavenly visual music.”
That’s Trond Trondsen of Calgary, a professional at the aurora borealis. He grew up in Norway fascinated with the mysterious gentle show, and he’s no longer on my own. Seeing it has transform a should for camera-toting world vacationers, whether or not in Russia, Alaska, Greenland or Scandinavia.
The sight can end up to be elusive, if in the end rewarding, our author discovered right through a shuttle to northern Sweden, above. “It’s just a matter of waiting for the cosmic show,” she writes.
10. Finally, we finish the day with some superb canines.
When we started digitizing six million pictures within the Times archive, it temporarily become obvious that whilst other folks and puts modified, the canines stayed very a lot the similar, offering the type of dependable satisfaction they now ship on Instagram scrolls. Above, a person and his canine riding down Fifth Avenue in New York in 1977.
As the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show kicks off, we assembled a panel of canine enthusiasts — from the Times team of workers to artists and animal running shoes — to inspect the permanent obsession. “Dogs are just really pure,” one panelist mentioned.
Good success to all of the teams and breeds! We’ll see you Tuesday evening when best-in-show is awarded.
Have a profitable evening.
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