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U.S. Accuses Peru of Violating Agreement to Protect Rain Forest

U.S. Accuses Peru of Violating Agreement to Protect Rain Forest

Agents measuring illegally cut timber from the Amazon rain forest of Brazil. Neighboring Peru has moved to dismantle its agency that stops illegal harvesting of trees in the Amazon.
John Flanagan, G.O.P. State Senate Leader, Seeks Treatment for Alcohol Abuse

John Flanagan, G.O.P. State Senate Leader, Seeks Treatment for Alcohol Abuse

Senator John Flanagan announced on Friday that he had entered treatment for alcohol dependency, the second time in two years.
News Analysis: Trump’s Wall, Trump’s Shutdown and Trump’s Side of the Story

News Analysis: Trump’s Wall, Trump’s Shutdown and Trump’s Side of the Story

President Trump spoke to the news media on Friday in the Rose Garden about the government shutdown.
In Price and Value, Chinese Phone Makers Outpace Apple in Much of the World

In Price and Value, Chinese Phone Makers Outpace Apple in Much of the World

An Apple store in Beijing. The iPhone maker is facing fierce competition in China, and elsewhere, from the country’s homegrown brands.
Five Weeknight Dishes: Eat What You Crave!

Five Weeknight Dishes: Eat What You Crave!

One-pot spaghetti with cherry tomatoes and kale.

What Have the Elites Ever Done for Fox?

With apologies to the People’s Front of Judea.
Elizabeth Warren Campaigns in Iowa: ‘This Is How It Starts’

Elizabeth Warren Campaigns in Iowa: ‘This Is How It Starts’

Elizabeth Warren speaking to a crowd in Council Bluffs, Iowa, on Friday. It was her first campaign event in the state after announcing her bid for the Democratic presidential nomination this week.
Your Money: Wells Fargo Should Be More Generous With Federal Workers.

Your Money: Wells Fargo Should Be More Generous With Federal Workers.

Will Wells Fargo stick to its word and improve its offerings to federal workers? We’ll see.
The Price of Trump’s Migrant Deterrence Strategy: New Chaos on the Border

The Price of Trump’s Migrant Deterrence Strategy: New Chaos on the Border

A migrant child from Honduras at Annunciation House in El Paso. The shelter takes in roughly 200 migrants a day.

The Latest Front Against Civil Rights

The law of “disparate impact” isn’t broken. There’s no need for Donald Trump to rewrite it.
T.S.A. Screeners, Working Without Pay, Are Calling Out Sick

T.S.A. Screeners, Working Without Pay, Are Calling Out Sick

Transportation Security Administration agents at Chicago Midway International Airport on Dec. 22, the first day of the government shutdown.
Envoys Denounce Venezuela’s Maduro and Urge Him to Cede Power

Envoys Denounce Venezuela’s Maduro and Urge Him to Cede Power

Daniel Raimondi, left, Argentina’s secretary of foreign affairs, and Peru’s foreign minister, Nestor Popolizio, at a meeting of the Lima Group on Friday to discuss Venezuela in Peru’s capital.
Honey Lantree, 75, Rarity as a Female ’60s Rock Drummer, Is Dead

Honey Lantree, 75, Rarity as a Female ’60s Rock Drummer, Is Dead

Honey Lantree of the Honeycombs in performance in 1964, the year the group’s first and biggest hit, “Have I the Right?” was released.
Judge Extends Term for Grand Jury Hearing Evidence From Mueller

Judge Extends Term for Grand Jury Hearing Evidence From Mueller

Judge Beryl A. Howell approved the extension ahead of the scheduled expiration of the grand jury’s term this week.