Monday, Feb. 17
- Boy Scouts of America files for bankruptcy, allowing organization to operate as it handles sexual abuse allegations.
- Apple says it won’t meet its quarterly revenue goals because of coronavirus’s impact on production and demand.
- Peace talks between U.S. and Afghanistan forge ahead amidst deaths of two U.S. soldiers.
Tuesday, Feb. 18
- President Trump grants 11 people clemency, including financier Michael Milken and former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich.
- President Ashraf Ghani named winner of the Afghan election after a five-month delay.
- Attorney General William Barr tells people close to Trump he is considering quitting over the president’s tweets.
Wednesday, Feb. 19
- Democratic debate held in Las Vegas.
- Catholic diocese in Pennsylvania becomes latest to file for bankruptcy while facing new sexual abuse lawsuits.
- Nine killed in a shooting in Hanau, Germany.
Thursday, Feb. 20
- Roger Stone is sentenced to over three years in prison.
- Intelligence officials tell lawmakers that Russia is aiding Trump in the 2020 election.
- Two Turkish soldiers were killed in an airstrike in northwestern Syria.
Friday, Feb. 21
- Michael Bloomberg offers to release three women from nondisclosure agreements related to comments he allegedly made.
- Wells Fargo to pay $3 billion to settle probes by the DOJ and SEC.
- Harvey Weinstein trial jurors tell judge they were deadlocked on two charges, but suggest they’re unanimous on three. Deliberations to resume Monday, Feb. 24.