Trump-Biden, Botswana, World Cup: Your Tuesday Evening Briefing

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Good evening. Here’s the latest.

1. A “loser.” An “existential threat.”

President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden traded personal barbs as they traveled to the key early voting state of Iowa, giving the country a preview of what a general election matchup between the two men might look like.

As he left the White House for his trip, Mr. Trump waved a piece of paper that he said was part of a secret deal with Mexico, but revealed no details.

8. And now for a different kind of mystery.

It was like a plot from one of her novels: On a cold December night in 1926, the detective novelist Agatha Christie kissed her daughter, Rosalind (pictured above together), good night, went out in her beloved Morris Cowley roadster and didn’t return home for 11 days.

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