From Sydney to the New York City – spectacular fireworks light the skies and confetti flies during this world wide celebration to the start of 2019.
As 2018 draws to a close, Yahoo News looks back at those we lost this year. Join us in remembering a group that includes a former president, one of the greatest singers of all time, and iconic actors, authors and directors.
Immigration and border policy made news in 2018, but for every new policy or executive action that dominated headlines, there were other changes that flew under the radar.
The deadly storms, shootings and divisive political rhetoric that seemed to define 2018 may have dominated the headlines, but there was plenty of good news too.
In the unrelenting news cycle that has come to define President Trump’s administration, plenty of news went largely overlooked or was otherwise lost in the blur of 2018.
After a year filled with dramatic revelations from prosecutors in the office of special counsel Robert Mueller, the investigation into Russian influence on the 2016 presidential election appears to be nearing a conclusion, with potentially huge consequences for the president.
Conflict, politics, jubilation, tragedy and a look at the brave and the bold are among our selections from the Associated Press, Reuters, Agence France-Presse and Getty Images.
President Trump’s relationship with the intelligence community has long been rocky, and it’s not likely to get much better in 2019 as special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation draws to a close.
WASHINGTON — The 2020 election is getting into full swing. That might seem to be an odd thing to say on the eve of 2019, but in presidential politics, the future is now.
“It could give millions a chance to finally buy a house or start their business or help their kids get an education, too.”
“You signed a contract…If you don’t want to deal with the financial pressure of debt, don’t take out the loan.”
“Without action from Biden, Black student debt will hinder his agenda with respect to eliminating racial inequities.”
“Blanket relief could end up routing too much relief to those who do not need it and too little to those who do.”
“Unlike a number of other policy issues, student debt relief doesn’t need to be pushed through a narrowly controlled Congress.”