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Kids, Please Don’t Read This Article on What Trump Said About Santa Claus

Kids, Please Don’t Read This Article on What Trump Said About Santa Claus

President Trump and Melania Trump on the phone with children on Christmas Eve at the White House.
Advertising: Sharing Data for Deals? More Like Watching It Go With a Sigh

Advertising: Sharing Data for Deals? More Like Watching It Go With a Sigh

“People are very uncomfortable with surveillance but they don’t know what to do,” Professor Joseph Turow said.
Gov. Jerry Brown Commutes 131 Sentences and Orders DNA Testing in Death Row Case

Gov. Jerry Brown Commutes 131 Sentences and Orders DNA Testing in Death Row Case

Kevin Cooper, shown in 1983, is on death row for his 1985 conviction in the killings of Douglas and Peggy Ryen and two of their children in Chino, Calif.
What Did Plato Think the Earth Looked Like?

What Did Plato Think the Earth Looked Like?

The first color image of the earth, taken by the Apollo 8 astronauts in 1968.
We Are All Riders on the Same Planet

We Are All Riders on the Same Planet

The "Earthrise" photograph taken by William Anders on Apollo 8 on Christmas Eve in 1968.
Mexico Helicopter Crash Kills Governor and Her Husband, an Ex-Governor

Mexico Helicopter Crash Kills Governor and Her Husband, an Ex-Governor

Martha Erika Alonso, governor of the state of Puebla, at her swearing-in ceremony in Puebla, Mexico, this month.
Lebanon Dispatch: Christmas in Lebanon: ‘Jesus Isn’t Only for the Christians’

Lebanon Dispatch: Christmas in Lebanon: ‘Jesus Isn’t Only for the Christians’

A family at a Christmas-themed display at the City Center mall in Beirut, where children waited in line to whisper wish lists to Santa.
In Latest Shutdown, Some Lawmakers See a Diminished Congress

In Latest Shutdown, Some Lawmakers See a Diminished Congress

Paul D. Ryan, right, the House speaker, could have forced a vote on a Senate-passed stopgap spending bill that would have kept the government fully funded through early February.

A Black Man Was in His Building’s Lobby. A White Neighbor Accused Him of Not Living There.

As a video of the episode went viral, a woman shared a video of her own heated encounter with the same man.
Nawaz Sharif, Former Pakistani Prime Minister, Is Sentenced to 7 Years

Nawaz Sharif, Former Pakistani Prime Minister, Is Sentenced to 7 Years

Supporters of former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif protesting in Islamabad, Pakistan, on Monday. His party described the court’s ruling against him as “a dark decision.”
The Sidney Awards, Part I

The Sidney Awards, Part I

Victims and others at the sentencing hearing in January for Dr. Larry Nassar.
The Ghost of Trump Chaos Future

The Ghost of Trump Chaos Future

President Trump on a monitor at the New York Stock Exchange, as stocks plunged on Monday.
For Frank Ntilikina of Knicks, a Christmas Memory Shattered

For Frank Ntilikina of Knicks, a Christmas Memory Shattered

Many Knicks fans love guard Frank Ntilikina despite his struggles, but he says he has much more to offer.
Not a ‘Department of No,’ New Defense Chief Turns Trump’s Demands Into Policy

Not a ‘Department of No,’ New Defense Chief Turns Trump’s Demands Into Policy

Patrick M. Shanahan, the deputy defense secretary, will replace Jim Mattis as the Pentagon’s chief in January.
Renault Under Pressure as Carlos Ghosn Remains in Jail

Renault Under Pressure as Carlos Ghosn Remains in Jail

Carlos Ghosn, chairman and chief executive of Renault. As Mr. Ghosn’s detention continues in a Tokyo jail, the French carmaker is facing a leadership vacuum.
Maine Republican Drops Challenge to State’s New Vote System, Conceding House Race

Maine Republican Drops Challenge to State’s New Vote System, Conceding House Race

Representative Bruce Poliquin of Maine said he was dropping his legal challenge and conceding to his Democratic opponent, Jared Golden.
Kevin Spacey Faces Felony Charge in Misconduct Case

Kevin Spacey Faces Felony Charge in Misconduct Case

Kevin Spacey, who is scheduled to be arraigned in Massachusetts on Jan. 7 on a charge of indecent assault and battery.
Impact of Border Deployments Is Felt by Troops at Home and Away

Impact of Border Deployments Is Felt by Troops at Home and Away

Soldiers last month at Base Camp Donna in Texas. The deployment of 5,900 to the border was to end Dec. 15, but has been extended through January.
Frustrated by Shutdown, States Spend to Keep National Parks Open

Frustrated by Shutdown, States Spend to Keep National Parks Open

Zion National Park in Utah, which is among the states that have tapped their own treasuries to keep a patchwork of federal properties, including national parks, open and maintained during the