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The First Thanksgiving

The First Thanksgiving

Preparing for her first Thanksgiving dinner, Mayada Anjari roasted a turkey in her kitchen in Jersey City.
Restaurant Review: Misi Is Much More Than a Pasta Restaurant

Restaurant Review: Misi Is Much More Than a Pasta Restaurant

Pastas such as strangozzi with pork sugo, top, and corzetti, left, are made on site.
Not Everyone Loves Pie. For Them, There’s Cake.

Not Everyone Loves Pie. For Them, There’s Cake.

Caramel sauce is drizzled over the top of this pumpkin layer cake with caramel buttercream.

‘We Lost Everything’: Surveying the Camp Fire’s Destruction

Nick Reed’s home is one of the more than 6,000 destroyed in Paradise, Calif.. He drove through his neighborhood to view the damage.
Trump Assails Macron and Defends Decision to Skip Cemetery Visit

Trump Assails Macron and Defends Decision to Skip Cemetery Visit

President Trump’s attack on President Emmanuel Macron of France underscored the tension that has grown in their relationship.
Cities Should Stop Playing the Amazon HQ2 Bidding Game

Cities Should Stop Playing the Amazon HQ2 Bidding Game

The waterfront in Long Island City, Queens, a neighborhood where Amazon will situate one of its HQ2 complexes. Cities offered ever more lavish incentives to Amazon in hopes of being selected.
California Wildfires Updates: 42 Dead in Camp Fire, Toll Expected to Rise

California Wildfires Updates: 42 Dead in Camp Fire, Toll Expected to Rise

Firefighters worked to contain the Woolsey Fire in Malibu, Calif., on Tuesday.
Amazon Is Getting at Least $1.7 Billion to Come to Queens. Now Comes the Fight Over Whether It’s Worth It.

Amazon Is Getting at Least $1.7 Billion to Come to Queens. Now Comes the Fight Over Whether It’s Worth It.

Amazon finally provided some details about its plan to open a hub in Long Island City, including tax subsidies and other benefits.

While I Yet Live

A close-knit group of rural African-American women have perfected the distinctive art of quilting.
For University of Minnesota, Chinese Tycoon’s Arrest Shines Light, Again, on Sexual Assault

For University of Minnesota, Chinese Tycoon’s Arrest Shines Light, Again, on Sexual Assault

Richard Liu, the founder and chief of JD.com, in 2016. Mr. Liu, who has denied wrongdoing, was in Minnesota for a global business program, aimed at Asian executives, that is on track to generate over

CNN Sues Trump Administration for Barring Jim Acosta From White House

The network, citing violations of the First and Fifth Amendments, asked a federal court to reinstate his press credentials, which were revoked after an exchange with President Trump last week.
Blasphemy Laws: An Excuse for Persecution

Blasphemy Laws: An Excuse for Persecution

Supporters of an Islamic political party in Pakistan protesting the acquittal of an imprisoned Christian accused of blasphemy.
A Week After the Election, Democratic Gains Grow Stronger

A Week After the Election, Democratic Gains Grow Stronger

Abigail Spanberger, a Democrat, ousted Representative Dave Brat in Virginia. Her victory was part of a Democratic wave that is looking stronger a week removed from the election.
Trump Considers Staff Shake-Up in White House and Homeland Security

Trump Considers Staff Shake-Up in White House and Homeland Security

Kirstjen Nielsen, the secretary of Homeland Security, has been a target of President Trump’s ire for many months.
A Wake-Up Call for the G.O.P.

A Wake-Up Call for the G.O.P.

Katie Arrington, the Republican candidate for a House seat, looking over voting results with campaign workers on Election Day.
Before a Deal, Amazon Had to Know: Could Cuomo and De Blasio Get Along?

Before a Deal, Amazon Had to Know: Could Cuomo and De Blasio Get Along?

A former General Services Administration building is surrounded by residential and office high-rises in the Crystal City neighborhood of Arlington, Va.
California Today: California Today: Fears of a Higher Death Toll Near Paradise

California Today: California Today: Fears of a Higher Death Toll Near Paradise

Chris and Nancy Brown embraced while searching through the remains of their home in Paradise, which was leveled by the Camp Fire.
Erdogan Presses for Answers From Saudi Prince in Khashoggi Killing

Erdogan Presses for Answers From Saudi Prince in Khashoggi Killing

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey said the crown prince of Saudi Arabia, Mohammed bin Salman, had failed to expose the truth about the disappearance and death of Mr. Khashoggi.
New York Today: Amazon Looms, a Subway Death and Metropolitan Diary Returns

New York Today: Amazon Looms, a Subway Death and Metropolitan Diary Returns

Amazon could soon be bringing as many as 25,000 jobs to Long Island City.