Corrections: November 10, 2019

Corrections: November 10, 2019

Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, November 10, 2019.Nov. 9, 2019, 8:39 p.m. ETARTS & LEISUREAn article on Page 8 about Philip Glass misidentifies the choreographer of the original production of Mr. Glass’s opera “Einstein on the Beach.” It was Andrew de Groat, not Lucinda Childs; Ms. Childs, who appeared in “Einstein” and performed…

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L.S.U. Survives Alabama’s Second-Half Push for Big Win

L.S.U. Survives Alabama’s Second-Half Push for Big Win

The No. 2 Tigers took a 20-point lead into halftime, but the No. 3 Crimson Tide charged back in the fourth quarter, ultimately coming up short.Louisiana State running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire scored three touchdowns in the Tigers’ victory over Alabama on Saturday.Credit…Todd Kirkland/Getty ImagesNov. 9, 2019, 8:24 p.m. ETTUSCALOOSA, Ala. — Here it was, with…

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Republicans Argue Impeachment Case Falls Short of Proving Trump Misconduct

Republicans Argue Impeachment Case Falls Short of Proving Trump Misconduct

The release of House Republicans’ witness list signaled that the president’s favorite unsubstantiated theories will be a centerpiece of their strategy. House Republicans on Saturday demanded testimony from figures at the center of the president’s favorite unsubstantiated theories, but Democrats leading the inquiry are likely to reject many of those names.Credit…Doug Mills/The New York TimesNov.…

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In Seeking to Join Suit Over Subpoena Power, Mulvaney Goes Up Against the President – The New York Times

In Seeking to Join Suit Over Subpoena Power, Mulvaney Goes Up Against the President – The New York Times

white house memoIn effect, the acting chief of staff hopes the court will tell him whether to listen to his own boss, who wants him to remain silent, or to comply with a subpoena from the House, which wants his testimony. Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law and senior adviser, and Mick Mulvaney leaving Air Force…

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Iraq Cracks Down on Protests as Prime Minister Gains Support

Iraq Cracks Down on Protests as Prime Minister Gains Support

With six demonstrators killed, the government’s tough tactic could backfire. Protesters set fires and closed streets on Saturday in Baghdad.Credit…Hadi Mizban/Associated PressNov. 9, 2019Updated 8:36 p.m. ETIraqi security forces moved Saturday to take ground back from anti-government demonstrators in Baghdad, forcing a confrontation that turned violent and filled the streets with careening vehicles rushing the…

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