Copy Desk Daily, Feb. 10, 2020

Our team of copy editors reads and posts most of what you see on the websites for National Catholic Reporter, Global Sisters Report and EarthBeat. The Copy Desk Daily highlights recommended news and opinion articles that have crossed our desks on their way to you.

A Place to Call Home: Sisters address inadequate housing worldwide: Global Sisters Report begins a special series about the ways that women religious minister to people who lack adequate shelter or are homeless. The series launches with an overview of a global crisis that affects over 1.6 billion people who live in substandard housing.

Michael Sean Winters spent time in New Hampshire. The voters who will head to the polls tomorrow "really do pay attention, they turn out to see the candidates in small town settings, and they balance policy preferences with considerations of personality." He analyzes the Friday night debate at St. Anselm College: Democrats' Friday debate may not sway many New Hampshire voters.

A Catholic case for Bernie Sanders: The Catholic Eye on Candidates feature series continues, as James Zogby writes about the Vermont senator.

ICYMI, NCR's latest editorial, Heroes of the impeachment imbroglio. Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman was dismissed Friday from the White House. NCR named Vindman among the heroes of the impeachment process who stepped up and recognized truth, when many others did not.

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