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‘We Are Afraid of Christmas’: Tensions Dampen Holiday in India

‘We Are Afraid of Christmas’: Tensions Dampen Holiday in India

A Christmas display at a New Delhi mall. Though Christians are a small minority in India, celebrating the holiday appeals to many outside the faith.
American ISIS Suspect Held in Iraq Has Right to Lawyer, Judge Rules

American ISIS Suspect Held in Iraq Has Right to Lawyer, Judge Rules

Suspected Islamic State fighters detained at a courthouse in Qaraqosh, Iraq, this year. A federal judge has ruled that an American citizen detained as an “enemy combatant” has the right to a lawyer.
Dozens Feared Dead in Fire at Philippines Mall

Dozens Feared Dead in Fire at Philippines Mall

At least 37 people were trapped inside a burning shopping mall in the southern Philippines city of Davao. The cause of the fire remains unknown.
The Hunt for ISIS Pivots to Remaining Pockets in Syria

The Hunt for ISIS Pivots to Remaining Pockets in Syria

Secretary of Defense James Mattis and Central Command Commander Gen. Joseph Votel discussed Washington’s military strategy in Syria during a briefing in April at the Pentagon in Washington. Mr. Votel
Joan Walsh’s Contract at MSNBC Is Not Renewed

Joan Walsh’s Contract at MSNBC Is Not Renewed

Joan Walsh, the MSNBC political analyst, in 2015. The network did not renew her contract but said on Saturday she would still be welcome as an unpaid contributor.
Boy, 6, Killed in Deputy Shooting in Texas Days Before Christmas

Boy, 6, Killed in Deputy Shooting in Texas Days Before Christmas

Sheriff Javier Salazar, of Bexar County, Tex., center, at the scene of a deputy shooting that killed a suspect and a 6-year-old boy who was struck by a stray bullet.
Andrew McCabe, F.B.I.’s Embattled Deputy, Is Expected to Retire

Andrew McCabe, F.B.I.’s Embattled Deputy, Is Expected to Retire

Andrew G. McCabe was appointed deputy director of the F.B.I. in January 2016 and has endured one of the most contentious periods in the bureau’s history.
Russia Says U.S.-Supplied Weapons to Ukraine Could Escalate Conflict

Russia Says U.S.-Supplied Weapons to Ukraine Could Escalate Conflict

A residential block damaged by shelling this week in the rebel-held town of Yasynuvata, Ukraine.
Hiep Thi Le, Vietnamese Refugee Who Became Film Star, Dies at 46

Hiep Thi Le, Vietnamese Refugee Who Became Film Star, Dies at 46

Hiep Thi Le played Le Ly Hayslip in Oliver Stone’s Vietnam War drama “Heaven and Earth” (1993). The film made her an unlikely star a dozen years after her own escape from Vietnam.
‘I’m Struggling to Survive’: For Rohingya Women, Abuse Continues in Camps

‘I’m Struggling to Survive’: For Rohingya Women, Abuse Continues in Camps

Rahima, 15, fled Myanmar in September. She was gang-raped by soldiers, one of whom bit her cheek, leaving a scar. “I don’t know why he bit me,” she said. “There are many things I don’t understand.”
Bus Plunges Into River in India, Killing Dozens

Bus Plunges Into River in India, Killing Dozens

The bus being pulled from the Banas River after Saturday’s accident.
Editorial: Free Detained Journalists in Myanmar

Editorial: Free Detained Journalists in Myanmar

Reuters journalist Wa Lone, working in Sittwe in the state of Rakhine, Myanmar, in September. Lone and Kyaw Soe, another Reuters journalist, were arrested this month on the order of Myanmar’s
Op-Ed Columnist: Flying Saucers and Other Fairy Tales

Op-Ed Columnist: Flying Saucers and Other Fairy Tales

Protesters claimed that a U.F.O. appeared in Roswell, N.M., in 1947.
At Vice, Cutting-Edge Media and Allegations of Old-School Sexual Harassment

At Vice, Cutting-Edge Media and Allegations of Old-School Sexual Harassment

Viceland, a Vice Media television channel, celebrated the start of a show at Comic Con in San Diego in July.
Mariah Carey Will Return to ‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’ After Last Year’s Meltdown

Mariah Carey Will Return to ‘New Year’s Rockin’ Eve’ After Last Year’s Meltdown

Mariah Carey flanked by two dancers last New Year’s Eve in New York. She will return for a do-over on Dec. 31.
Trump’s Way: Stoking Fears, Trump Defied Bureaucracy to Advance Immigration Agenda

Trump’s Way: Stoking Fears, Trump Defied Bureaucracy to Advance Immigration Agenda

President Trump at the White House in July. His visceral approach to immigration defined his campaign and has shaped the first year of his presidency.