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Instead of Making Turkey, They Make Reservations

Instead of Making Turkey, They Make Reservations

Family Thanksgiving scenes, like this one in 1958, can take place in restaurants as well as at home.
Assad and Putin Meet, as Russia Pushes Endgame for Syrian War

Assad and Putin Meet, as Russia Pushes Endgame for Syrian War

President Bashar al-Assad of Syria, left, and President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia met in Sochi, Russia, on Monday.
Deadly Suicide Bombing Pounds Mosque in Nigeria

Deadly Suicide Bombing Pounds Mosque in Nigeria

A still taken from television showing the interior of a mosque in Mubi, Nigeria, after a deadly attack by a suicide bomber on Tuesday.
Charlie Rose Accusations Rock CBS Morning Show: ‘I Really Am Still Reeling’

Charlie Rose Accusations Rock CBS Morning Show: ‘I Really Am Still Reeling’

The hosts of “CBS This Morning,” from left, Norah O’Donnell, Charlie Rose and Gayle King, in 2014. On Monday, CBS suspended Mr. Rose after at least eight women said he made crude sexual advances
California Today: California Today: Charles Manson’s Grip on Los Angeles

California Today: California Today: Charles Manson’s Grip on Los Angeles

Charles Manson was escorted from court during the Sharon Tate murder trial in December 1970.
Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President, Ending 37-Year Rule

Robert Mugabe Resigns as Zimbabwe’s President, Ending 37-Year Rule

Zimbabweans celebrated Mr. Mugabe’s resignation outside the Parliament in Harare.
A Word With: Terry Gilliam and the Time He Shared a Crew With ‘Star Wars’

A Word With: Terry Gilliam and the Time He Shared a Crew With ‘Star Wars’

Terry Gilliam in London. Watching “Jabberwocky” again, he said he thought: “God, I was good then. I was much better than I am now.”
Restoring North Korea to Terrorism Blacklist Dims Hopes for Talks

Restoring North Korea to Terrorism Blacklist Dims Hopes for Talks

The central rail station in Pyongyang, North Korea, this month. President Trump has designated North Korea as a state sponsor of terrorism, reversing a move by the second Bush administration.
The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Sexual Misconduct on Capitol Hill

The Daily: Listen to ‘The Daily’: Sexual Misconduct on Capitol Hill

Senator Kirsten Gillibrand is leading the charge against sexual misconduct on Capitol Hill. “I think it is a time when accountability is actually possible,” she said. “But we have to keep fighting.”
Skype Vanishes From App Stores in China, Including Apple’s

Skype Vanishes From App Stores in China, Including Apple’s

An internet cafe in Beijing. China has long wielded the most sophisticated and comprehensive internet controls in the world.
Haiti, Charlie Rose, Net Neutrality: Your Tuesday Briefing

Haiti, Charlie Rose, Net Neutrality: Your Tuesday Briefing

Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin on Monday. The German leader said she remained hopeful about forming a majority coalition but would prefer to go through new elections rather than try to lead a
Nonfiction: The Contradictions of Joseph Conrad

Nonfiction: The Contradictions of Joseph Conrad

Polish-born British mariner and novelist Joseph Conrad in 1922.
Two Texas Churches, Linked by Tragedy Amid the Pews

Two Texas Churches, Linked by Tragedy Amid the Pews

The former sanctuary of the First Baptist Church of Daingerfield, Tex., where a gunman opened fire in 1980.
Damascus Journal: They Stayed Put, but Their City Disappeared

Damascus Journal: They Stayed Put, but Their City Disappeared

A poster in Damascus, Syria, depicting President Bashar al-Assad.
Did You Hear the One About the Housewife Who Walks Into a Comedy Club?

Did You Hear the One About the Housewife Who Walks Into a Comedy Club?

In “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel,” Rachel Brosnahan plays a dedicated homemaker who accidentally becomes a stand-up comedian.