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Brexit, U.S. Congress, Polar Bears: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, U.S. Congress, Polar Bears: Your Tuesday Briefing

Elmer de Bruin of the Dutch Association for Transport and Logistics at the port in Rotterdam. “We say prepare for the worst and hope for the best, but we don’t know what the worst is,” he said.
With Anthony Davis on His Way Out, New Orleans Tries to Plot Its Path

With Anthony Davis on His Way Out, New Orleans Tries to Plot Its Path

The New Orleans Pelicans have the unenviable task of trying to win when their best player, Anthony Davis, has said he does not want to be there long-term.
Catalan Separatists’ Trial: How They Got Here, and What They Could Face

Catalan Separatists’ Trial: How They Got Here, and What They Could Face

Demonstrators gathered in Barcelona, Spain, this month to show support for the imprisoned Catalan politicians.
Washington Post Finds Itself in the Middle of the Jeff Bezos Story

Washington Post Finds Itself in the Middle of the Jeff Bezos Story

Since Jeff Bezos bought The Washington Post in 2013, it has added more than 200 people to its newsroom, for a total of 900 journalists.
Corey Maggette Accused of Rape at Duke by Fairfax Accuser, Friends Say

Corey Maggette Accused of Rape at Duke by Fairfax Accuser, Friends Say

Corey Maggette has not played in the N.B.A. since 2013, but he played in the Big3 league last season.
On Baseball: In the Case of Kyler Murray, the A’s Bet Big and Lost

On Baseball: In the Case of Kyler Murray, the A’s Bet Big and Lost

Kyler Murray will return most of the money paid to him by the Oakland Athletics, but the team will retain his rights should he come back to baseball later.
How the Left Embraced Elitism

How the Left Embraced Elitism

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Senator Ed Markey introducing the Green New Deal on Thursday.
On His Visit to Albany, de Blasio Gets a (Mostly) Hearty Embrace

On His Visit to Albany, de Blasio Gets a (Mostly) Hearty Embrace

With Democrats now controlling both chambers of the Legislature, Mayor Bill de Blasio, a Democrat, received an unusually kind reception on Monday during his annual appearance at a state budget
Ethics Inquiry Opened Over Justin Trudeau’s Actions in Bribery Case

Ethics Inquiry Opened Over Justin Trudeau’s Actions in Bribery Case

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada, left, with Jody Wilson-Raybould, the veterans affairs minister and former attorney general, in Ottawa, last month.
Negotiators Reach Deal ‘in Principle’ on Border Security to Avoid Shutdown

Negotiators Reach Deal ‘in Principle’ on Border Security to Avoid Shutdown

Northwest Detention Center in Tacoma, Wash. In recent months, the number of migrants detained by agents at the border has risen to an average of about 50,000.

Ilhan Omar’s Very Bad Tweets

Left-wing anti-Semitism is a gift to the right.
Bill O’Reilly’s Invitation to Speak at a Police Charity Event in New York Ignites #MeToo Protest

Bill O’Reilly’s Invitation to Speak at a Police Charity Event in New York Ignites #MeToo Protest

Bill O’Reilly, a former Fox News host who has been accused of sexual harassment, was invited to speak at a Police Athletic League luncheon this week, drawing criticism.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘She Pulled a Book Out of Her Bag to Show Him What She Was Reading’

Watching two people meet on a downtown No. 1, left behind on New Year’s Eve and other reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Ocasio-Cortez Team Flubs a Green New Deal Summary, and Republicans Pounce

Ocasio-Cortez Team Flubs a Green New Deal Summary, and Republicans Pounce

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez of New York with Senator Edward J. Markey of Massachusetts, at the Thursday announcement introducing the Green New Deal.
Sandusky, Ohio, Swaps Columbus Day Holiday for Election Day

Sandusky, Ohio, Swaps Columbus Day Holiday for Election Day

Cedar Point, the famed amusement park, is among the best-known sites in Sandusky, Ohio, where voters recently decided to swap the Columbus Day holiday for one on Election Day.
For Iran, a Grand Occasion to Bash the U.S.

For Iran, a Grand Occasion to Bash the U.S.

President Hassan Rouhani on Monday addressed the throng gathered around the Freedom Monument in Tehran to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution.