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Kamala Harris, Academy Award Nominations, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Briefing

Kamala Harris, Academy Award Nominations, Australian Open: Your Tuesday Briefing

Angela Kelley, a furloughed federal worker, has become an Uber driver to support herself and her granddaughter.

A Rogue Mascot Causes Headaches for a Japanese City

Chiitan, an unauthorized mascot for the city of Susaki, raised eyebrows with its non-child-friendly stunts, like swinging a weed whacker and tipping over a car.
A Tourist Family’s Bad Behavior Has New Zealand Rethinking Its Welcome Mat

A Tourist Family’s Bad Behavior Has New Zealand Rethinking Its Welcome Mat

A tourist by Lake Tekapo and the Southern Alps in New Zealand. A professor who studies tourism trends said a British family’s exploits captured New Zealanders’ anxieties about the ballooning number of
Frugal Traveler: On the Road to Uruguay’s Barely Known and Beautiful Beaches

Frugal Traveler: On the Road to Uruguay’s Barely Known and Beautiful Beaches

Punta del Diablo in Uruguay is the last significant beach town before the Brazilian border.
How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

How Huawei Wooed Europe With Sponsorships, Investments and Promises

Huawei's booth at last year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain. The company plans to announce new handsets and provide an update of its 5G plans next month at this year's conference.
Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

Philippine Law Would Make 9-Year-Olds Criminally Liable

The Manila City Jail. President Rodrigo Duterte says lowering the age of criminal liability will deter drug gangs from using children in their operations.
DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

DealBook: Chilling Davos: A Bleak Warning on Global Division and Debt

The circulation of a letter from the investor Seth A. Klarman is likely to add to the typical hand-wringing at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The letter says mounting debt since the
Brexit, Greenland, U.S. Shutdown: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, Greenland, U.S. Shutdown: Your Tuesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May unveiling her new plan in Parliament.
Carlos Ghosn Is Denied Bail as Jail Stint Looks to Continue

Carlos Ghosn Is Denied Bail as Jail Stint Looks to Continue

Carlos Ghosn has been charged on three counts of financial misconduct at Nissan Motor.
Mexico Pipeline Explosion Tests New President

Mexico Pipeline Explosion Tests New President

Services for one of the pipeline explosion victims in the village of Tlahuelilpan, Mexico, on Sunday. The blast killed at least 89 people.

E.U. Sanctions 4 Russians Over Skripal Poisoning

The two men named as suspects in the attempted killing of a former spy in Britain were among those placed on a sanctions list.
Brexit, U.S. Shutdown, Chinese Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, U.S. Shutdown, Chinese Economy: Your Tuesday Briefing

Prime Minister Theresa May unveiling her new plan in Parliament.
The New New World: China Transforms, and a Factory Owner Struggles to Follow

The New New World: China Transforms, and a Factory Owner Struggles to Follow

Shao Chunyou and his wife, Yu Youfu, at their factory in Dongguan, China. Poor but ambitious when he arrived in southern China 30 years ago, Mr. Shao is now a successful factory owner.
Plan B for Brexit Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A

Plan B for Brexit Looks a Lot Like the Defeated Plan A

Protesters against Brexit demonstrating outside the Parliament in London on Monday.
Scholars and Ex-Diplomats Warn of Chill After Canadians Detained in China

Scholars and Ex-Diplomats Warn of Chill After Canadians Detained in China

Michael Kovrig, left, a former diplomat, and Michael Spavor, an entrepreneur with high-level contacts in North Korea, have been detained in China.
The Interpreter: When More Democracy Isn’t More Democratic

The Interpreter: When More Democracy Isn’t More Democratic

Demonstrators opposed to Brexit outside Parliament. Britons are more politically disaffected than at any point in years.
Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

Greenland’s Melting Ice Nears a ‘Tipping Point,’ Scientists Say

Ice in a fjord in southeastern Greenland last June.
Explosion and Fire Off Crimea Kill 11 Sailors

Explosion and Fire Off Crimea Kill 11 Sailors

Smoke rises from a fire that spread from one ship to another in the Kerch Strait near the Crimean Peninsula on Monday.

After Deadly Assault on Afghan Base, Taliban Sit for Talks With U.S. Diplomats

At least 40 Afghans working for the country’s intelligence agency were killed in a militant assault on their base in Wardak Province, one of the single deadliest such attacks in 17 years of war.
Bombing in Syria Targets U.S.-Led Military Patrol

Bombing in Syria Targets U.S.-Led Military Patrol

A still from a video published by Hawar News Agency shows the scene of a car bombing that targeted a joint American-Kurdish patrol on Monday.