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Sketch Guy: Talking About Money Is Extremely Hard. Do It Anyway.

Our columnist got quite a surprise when he sent out a query asking people to talk to him about talking about money.
The Stone: Would Human Extinction Be a Tragedy?

The Stone: Would Human Extinction Be a Tragedy?

An overgrown lot along Highway 13 near the town of Haleyville, Ala.
Donald Trump, Goldman Sachs, Hungary: Your Monday Briefing

Donald Trump, Goldman Sachs, Hungary: Your Monday Briefing

A child on his family’s drought-stricken farm in Australia in June. Delegates at a climate conference this weekend declined to formally endorse a U.N. report in October that warned of the consequences

T’s Best of 2018: The 14 Most Intriguing Homes Featured in T This Year

Take a look inside the director Luca Guadagnino’s debut interior design commission, a dizzying California dream house and more.
Nigeria Says Soldiers Who Killed Marchers Were Provoked. Video Shows Otherwise.

Nigeria Says Soldiers Who Killed Marchers Were Provoked. Video Shows Otherwise.

Islamic Movement of Nigeria members praying near the bodies of marchers who were killed when security forces opened fire during the Shiite group’s protests last month in Mararaba.
What Can Make a 911 Call a Felony? Fentanyl at the Scene

What Can Make a 911 Call a Felony? Fentanyl at the Scene

Eric Weil sits in the bedroom of his home that was once occupied by a friend’s son who was struggling with addiction. Mr. Weil was prosecuted after calling 911 to report finding drugs belonging to the
The New Health Care: Scant Evidence Behind the Advice About Salt

The New Health Care: Scant Evidence Behind the Advice About Salt

There are many recommendations to steer clear of salt, but often not much data to back them up.

How Nigeria’s Military Distorted the Truth About a Massacre

Nigeria’s military said it acted in self-defense. Our visual investigation shows that this claim doesn’t hold up, and reveals how an elite military unit used machine guns on unarmed marchers in
The Checkup: The Case for Creative Play in a Digital Age

The Checkup: The Case for Creative Play in a Digital Age

Volunteers at the Nevada County Fairgrounds in Grass Valley, Calif., prepared to hand out thousands of toys this month.
Malaysia Files Criminal Charges Against Goldman Sachs Over 1MDB Scandal

Malaysia Files Criminal Charges Against Goldman Sachs Over 1MDB Scandal

“We believe these charges are misdirected, will vigorously defend them and look forward to the opportunity to present our case,” a Goldman Sachs spokesman said in a statement.

Lens: Images That Counter Traditional Depictions of Women

In Hannah Starkey’s photographs, women often appear alone doing ordinary activities, but these moments — which neither glorify nor objectify them — are bestowed an unmistakable emotional gravity.

Metropolitan Diary: ‘She Pulled Out a Sheet of Santa Claus Stamps and Put It in Front of Me’

A last-minute trip to the post office, where she was when the lights went out and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Explosion in Japan Injures Dozens in Crowded Pub

Explosion in Japan Injures Dozens in Crowded Pub

The scene of an explosion in Sapporo, Japan, where dozens of people where injured.
France, Ukraine, Reindeer: Your Monday Briefing

France, Ukraine, Reindeer: Your Monday Briefing

Protesters gathered on Saturday in front of the Paris Opera house.
Mediator: More Powerful Than a Russian Troll Army: The National Enquirer

Mediator: More Powerful Than a Russian Troll Army: The National Enquirer

If it had stuck with its original mission — digging up dirt on the rich and famous, without a care for the rules of traditional journalism — The Enquirer would have had the tabloid story of a
On Pro Football: The Giants and Eli Manning Stumble Toward the End of an Era

On Pro Football: The Giants and Eli Manning Stumble Toward the End of an Era

Eli Manning fumbled after getting hit by the Titans’ Kamalei Correa on Sunday.
France’s Far Right Sees Gold in Yellow Vest Movement

France’s Far Right Sees Gold in Yellow Vest Movement

Yellow Vest protesters near Hénin-Beaumont on Saturday. The French far right has been working to forge connections.