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Playlist: The Playlist: Seun Kuti and Santana Sound an Alarm, and 10 More New Songs

Playlist: The Playlist: Seun Kuti and Santana Sound an Alarm, and 10 More New Songs

Seun Kuti leads the surviving members of his father’s band, Egypt 80. The group’s new track features Carlos Santana.
Golden State Warriors’ Go-to Guy Doesn’t Play a Minute

Golden State Warriors’ Go-to Guy Doesn’t Play a Minute

Eric Housen, the Golden State Warriors’ director of team operations, made sure the players’ luggage was loaded and accounted for before a recent game against the Heat in Miami.
Why Is Fashion Having an Astral Moment?

Why Is Fashion Having an Astral Moment?

Buzz Aldrin, a space evangelist, has attached his name, and his myth, to a “Mission to Mars” collection of coats, duffels and backpacks, in collaboration with Sprayground.
Dina Powell, Influential Foreign Policy Adviser, Is Set to Exit White House

Dina Powell, Influential Foreign Policy Adviser, Is Set to Exit White House

Dina H. Powell, center, a deputy national security adviser to President Trump, at a bilateral meeting in Seoul, South Korea, last month.
At Columbia, Three Women, 30 Years and a Pattern of Harassment

At Columbia, Three Women, 30 Years and a Pattern of Harassment

Graduate students at Columbia University say that over decades they have been harassed by the same professor.
At Least 15 U.N. Peacekeepers Are Killed in Congo

At Least 15 U.N. Peacekeepers Are Killed in Congo

United Nations peacekeeping soldiers last year in Goma, the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Environmentalists Ask: Is India’s Government Making Bad Air Worse?

Environmentalists Ask: Is India’s Government Making Bad Air Worse?

A man feeding seagulls on the Yamuna River in New Delhi, India, in November. The city is one of the world’s most polluted capitals.
News Analysis: How Russia Cheats

News Analysis: How Russia Cheats

President Vladimir Putin with Russian athletes at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi.
City Kitchen: A Spinach Lasagna Worthy of a Holiday Feast

City Kitchen: A Spinach Lasagna Worthy of a Holiday Feast

This spinach lasagna, with Italian fennel sausage, ricotta and Parmesan, is lighter and more digestible, but still quite luxurious.
The Polish Parliament Reshapes Courts, Drawing Criticism

The Polish Parliament Reshapes Courts, Drawing Criticism

Polish lawmakers voted Friday on a measure to restructure the Supreme Court.
Trump Says Wells Fargo Fines Will Not Be Reduced

Trump Says Wells Fargo Fines Will Not Be Reduced

Timothy J. Sloan, Wells Fargo’s chief executive, testifying before the Senate Banking Committee in October in Washington.
Lost in Translation? Pope Ponders an Update to Lord’s Prayer

Lost in Translation? Pope Ponders an Update to Lord’s Prayer

Pope Francis during his weekly audience at St. Peter’s Square in Vatican City last month.
Trilobites: Actually, You Do Want to Know How This Sausage Gets Made

Trilobites: Actually, You Do Want to Know How This Sausage Gets Made

Bacteria are responsible for the delicious taste of salami, although industrial microbes do not yield as tasty dried sausages as wild microbes.
A Good Appetite: Want to Pamper Your Holiday Guests? Make Gougères

A Good Appetite: Want to Pamper Your Holiday Guests? Make Gougères

A humble mix of grated cheese, butter and flour, gougères make thrifty, flavorful hors d’oeuvres.
Op-Ed Contributor: How Roy Moore Survives

Op-Ed Contributor: How Roy Moore Survives

A Doug Jones supporter waved to passing cars in Anniston, Ala., on Thursday.
From Ho, Ho, Ho to No, No, No! Office Parties Feel the Chill

From Ho, Ho, Ho to No, No, No! Office Parties Feel the Chill

An office party from days past (1966). “This is not the year for telling your boss off,” said David Adler, the founder of BizBash, which tracks trends in the event-planning industry. “You aren’t going
Review: The Haywire Hospitality of ‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’

Review: The Haywire Hospitality of ‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’

In “At Home With Amy Sedaris,” Ms. Sedaris sends up TV home shows.
Southern California Fires Live Updates: ‘We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet’

Southern California Fires Live Updates: ‘We’re Not Out of the Woods Yet’

The quick-moving fires that have forced thousands of Californians to evacuate their homes continued to sweep across the southern part of the state. At least one person has been killed.
Olympic Athletes From Russia, and the Politics of What They’ll Wear

Olympic Athletes From Russia, and the Politics of What They’ll Wear

Independent athletes, who are not affiliated with a national team, at the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia.