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Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

Knicks guard Emmanuel Mudiay, who scored a career-high 34 points on Friday night, driving past the Hornets’ Jeremy Lamb.
Ryan Zinke, Face of Trump Environmental Rollbacks, Is Leaving Interior Department

Ryan Zinke, Face of Trump Environmental Rollbacks, Is Leaving Interior Department

Mr. Zinke had been the subject of at least a half-dozen federal investigations, one of which was recently referred to the Justice Department.
Trail Blazers’ Game-Day Posters Are Often First Shot Against Opponents

Trail Blazers’ Game-Day Posters Are Often First Shot Against Opponents

Michael Verhey held up the poster that he and his wife, Meghan, created for the Blazers' Nov. 30 game against the Denver Nuggets.
Times Insider: Three Months in the Advice Mines

Times Insider: Three Months in the Advice Mines

Choire Sicha, the Styles editor for The New York Times, works at his desk in Manhattan.
The Octomom Has Proved Us All Wrong

The Octomom Has Proved Us All Wrong

Natalie Suleman, otherwise known as Octomom, at home with the most famous eight of her 14 children: Noah, Jonah, Josiah, Makai, Nariyah, Maliyah, Jeremiah and Isaiah.
Ukraine Asserts Major Russian Military Buildup on Eastern Border

Ukraine Asserts Major Russian Military Buildup on Eastern Border

A Russian guard on the Russian side of the border with Milove, Ukraine, early this month.
Shop the Apocalypse

Shop the Apocalypse

Dystopian visions filled this year's runways. From left, looks from Junya Watanabe, Calvin Klein and Alyx.
‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Dwindle Amid Warnings and Concessions

‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Dwindle Amid Warnings and Concessions

Protesters took to the streets of Paris again on Saturday to express anger against President Emmanuel Macron and his policies.
Mexico City Dispatch: Virgin of Guadalupe Is ‘No. 1 Mother’ in Mexico, a Binding Force Across Divides

Mexico City Dispatch: Virgin of Guadalupe Is ‘No. 1 Mother’ in Mexico, a Binding Force Across Divides

Thousands camping in the plaza of the Basilica of Guadalupe complex during an annual pilgrimage to Mexico’s most important shrine.
Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Past Tense: Apple Computers Used to Be Built in the U.S. It Was a Mess.

Workers assembling Macintosh computers at Apple's factory in Fremont, Calif. March. 5, 1984.
Brazil’s Violent Drug Trade Overruns Paraguay: ‘Scenes You Only See in Movies’

Brazil’s Violent Drug Trade Overruns Paraguay: ‘Scenes You Only See in Movies’

Marcelo Pinheiro Veiga, a major drug trafficker, at a news conference in Paraguay last month, made a case not to be extradited to Brazil.
National Park Service Now Owns the Home Where Martin Luther King Jr. Was Born

National Park Service Now Owns the Home Where Martin Luther King Jr. Was Born

The Atlanta home that was the birthplace of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. now belongs to the National Park Service.
Investors Have Nowhere to Hide as Stocks, Bonds and Commodities All Tumble

Investors Have Nowhere to Hide as Stocks, Bonds and Commodities All Tumble

On the New York Stock Exchange, as at other exchanges around the world, shares have been pummeled.
Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel

Australia Recognizes West Jerusalem as Capital of Israel

In a speech at the Australian Institute in Sydney on Saturday, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said, “It is the right of every country to determine its national capital.”
A Partisan Ruling on Obamacare

A Partisan Ruling on Obamacare

Supporters of the Affordable Care Act in Fort Worth, Tex. in September.
After Yellow Vests Come Off, Activists in France Use Facebook to Protest and Plan

After Yellow Vests Come Off, Activists in France Use Facebook to Protest and Plan

“Without Facebook there wouldn’t be such a movement, but the online activity is fueled by the energy in the streets,” said Thomas Mirallès, a real-estate agent in France who moderates a Facebook group

The Shift: How YouTube’s Year-in-Review ‘Rewind’ Video Set Off a Civil War

To many YouTubers, the video felt like evidence that YouTube the company was snubbing YouTube the community.
Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World

Brexit: The Most Boring Important Story in the World

Theresa May, the British prime minister, after speaking with the news media upon arrival at a European Union summit meeting in Brussels on Thursday.