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Democrats Faked Online Push to Outlaw Alcohol in Alabama Race

Democrats Faked Online Push to Outlaw Alcohol in Alabama Race

A Dry Alabama Facebook ad, captured in a screenshot by Elizabeth BeShears, a Republican communications consultant.
The Mavericks’ Key to Keeping Players Fresh? Blood Samples

The Mavericks’ Key to Keeping Players Fresh? Blood Samples

The Mavericks’ Jose Juan Barea getting blood pulled from his ear by an Orreco research specialist.
Alabama’s Toughest Competition Might Be Its Second String. Or Its Third.

Alabama’s Toughest Competition Might Be Its Second String. Or Its Third.

Coach Nick Saban, left, celebrating Alabama’s win in its College Football Playoff semifinal against Oklahoma. Saban was joined by quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (13) and safety Xavier McKinney.
Gabon Coup Attempt Failed, Government Says

Gabon Coup Attempt Failed, Government Says

A still from video footage of Gabon soldiers on state radio on Monday. They called for the people to “rise up as one and take control of the street.”
Los Angeles Braces for Major Teachers’ Strike

Los Angeles Braces for Major Teachers’ Strike

Alex Caputo-Pearl, the president of United Teachers Los Angeles, center, at a rally in December. Teachers in the Los Angeles Unified School District are expected to strike this week.
Fleeing Saudi Woman, Facing Deportation, Is Allowed to Remain in Thailand

Fleeing Saudi Woman, Facing Deportation, Is Allowed to Remain in Thailand

Ms. Alqunun said she had been planning her escape since she was 16.
The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

The Golden Globes Sets the Thermometer to Warm

Andy Samberg and Sandra Oh hosted the 76th Golden Globe Awards Sunday night at the Beverly Hilton in Los Angeles.
Susan Zirinsky, CBS Veteran, Is First Woman to Lead Network’s News Division

Susan Zirinsky, CBS Veteran, Is First Woman to Lead Network’s News Division

“This may be a new role, but the mission is the same: deliver quality, in-depth journalism and engaging storytelling. CBS News has an incredible legacy to build on,” Susan Zirinsky said on Sunday.
Brian Garfield, Prolific Author of ‘Death Wish,’ Dies at 79

Brian Garfield, Prolific Author of ‘Death Wish,’ Dies at 79

Charles Bronson in the 1974 movie “Death Wish” based on the book of the same name by Brian Garfield. Four other “Death Wish” movies followed, as well as a 2018 version starring Bruce Willis.
Migrants’ Despair Is Growing at U.S. Border. So Are Smugglers’ Profits.

Migrants’ Despair Is Growing at U.S. Border. So Are Smugglers’ Profits.

“What we have seen is that no one is getting across the border.” Security cameras watching over the Rio Grande.
As the Number of Reported Rapes Climb, Mayor Points to #MeToo

As the Number of Reported Rapes Climb, Mayor Points to #MeToo

Mayor Bill de Blasio at a news conference in October. End-of-year crime statistics show that in New York City reported rapes increased 22.4 percent, to 1,795 in 2018.
Golden Globe Winners 2019: The Complete List

Golden Globe Winners 2019: The Complete List

Viggo Mortensen, left, and Mahershala Ali in “Green Book.”
Arrest in Jazmine Barnes’s Killing Allays Hate-Crime Fears

Arrest in Jazmine Barnes’s Killing Allays Hate-Crime Fears

At a rally for Jazmine Barnes in Houston on Saturday, attendees expressed concern about children’s safety in the community. Rashaunda Jarmon held her 3-year-old granddaughter, Parker Wallace.
Jazmine Barnes Case Shows How Trauma Can Affect Memory

Jazmine Barnes Case Shows How Trauma Can Affect Memory

An MRI image of a brain. The brain’s response to a traumatic event is to help cope with stress, which can affect how memories are processed.
Eagles 16, Bears 15: Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Eagles 16, Bears 15: Bears’ Hopes of Beating Eagles End With a Thunk-Thunk-Thud

Cody Parkey, center, missed a potential winning field goal for the Bears with seconds left in their loss to the Eagles.
Who Wants a Market Downturn? These Investors Actually Do.

Who Wants a Market Downturn? These Investors Actually Do.

Vini Letteri, a managing director at KKR, has a “downturn list” of 150 companies his firm wants to invest in if start-up valuations decline.
Trump the Vulnerable

Trump the Vulnerable

President Trump walking to speak to reporters as he returned to the White House from Camp David on Sunday.