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Mystery in West Texas: How Did a Border Patrol Agent Die?

Mystery in West Texas: How Did a Border Patrol Agent Die?

Emmerson Buie Jr., special agent in charge of the F.B.I.’s El Paso office.
On Christmas Day, Pope Francis Prays for Peace in an Uneasy World

On Christmas Day, Pope Francis Prays for Peace in an Uneasy World

Pope Francis delivering the traditional Urbi et Orbi blessing from a balcony overlooking St. Peter’s Square in the Vatican on Monday.
Robert Fairchild: From God to Monster (and Choreographer)

Robert Fairchild: From God to Monster (and Choreographer)

Robert Fairchild, at the Pershing Square Signature Theater, where he will play the monster in “Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein.”
A Grieving Farmer, a Torn Couple, a Prom King: Meet the People Who Stuck With Us in 2017

A Grieving Farmer, a Torn Couple, a Prom King: Meet the People Who Stuck With Us in 2017

Roger Winemiller Sr., left, and his sole surviving son, Roger Winemiller Jr., on the family farm in February.
Critic’s Notebook: Big Critic, Little Critic? Me, My Daughter and the Rockettes

Critic’s Notebook: Big Critic, Little Critic? Me, My Daughter and the Rockettes

The Rockettes during a dress rehearsal for the “Christmas Spectacular.”
6 More Shows to See if You Still Need Holiday Spirit

6 More Shows to See if You Still Need Holiday Spirit

Ken Clement as Santa and the cast of “Elf the Musical.”

Big Music in Small Rooms: Rimur

Rimur are Icelandic epic poems. Step into the living room of Bára Grímsdóttir, one of Iceland's most prominent rimur singers, to experience rimur how they have been traditionally performed.
Duterte’s Son Quits Post After Battling Daughter on Social Media

Duterte’s Son Quits Post After Battling Daughter on Social Media

Paolo Duterte, son of President Rodrigo Duterte, at a Senate hearing in Manila in September, when he was vice mayor of Davao in the southern Philippines.
Pakistani Women Seize Film Dispute as Chance to Discuss Rape and Injustice

Pakistani Women Seize Film Dispute as Chance to Discuss Rape and Injustice

In the Pakistani film “Verna,” Mahira Khan plays a teacher who is raped by the son of a powerful politician. The movie was banned by Pakistan’s censors, but an appellate panel reversed that decision
Using Billions in Government Cash, Mexico Controls News Media

Using Billions in Government Cash, Mexico Controls News Media

A news conference in Mexico City. The president’s administration has spent nearly $2 billion on advertising in the past five years.
Editorial: Where the Real Power Lies in Pakistan

Editorial: Where the Real Power Lies in Pakistan

Honoring victims of a Dec. 17 suicide bombing attack at a church in Quetta, Pakistan, in which at least nine people were killed and more than 35 others wounded.
Advertising: Think You’re Seeing More Drug Ads on TV? You Are, and Here’s Why

Advertising: Think You’re Seeing More Drug Ads on TV? You Are, and Here’s Why

A commercial for the drug Neulasta, which is taken to aid the growth of white blood cells after chemotherapy.
6 Tales of Parents Who Did What It Took to Snag Must-Have Toys at Christmas

6 Tales of Parents Who Did What It Took to Snag Must-Have Toys at Christmas

A Toys “R” Us store in Manhattan in 1996 as shoppers scrambled to grab Tickle Me Elmo dolls. Many probably walked away empty-handed.