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Hospitals Must Now Post Prices. But It May Take a Brain Surgeon to Decipher Them.

Hospitals Must Now Post Prices. But It May Take a Brain Surgeon to Decipher Them.

The Trump administration required hospitals to post list prices for all their services starting this year.
Deadly Winter Storm Moves East, Knocking Out Power to 200,000

Deadly Winter Storm Moves East, Knocking Out Power to 200,000

Joggers in Washington, D.C., on Sunday. A winter storm that pummeled the Midwest was expected to continue across southern New Jersey until early Monday morning before ending.
Review: In ‘The Passage,’ the Bloodsuckers Are Vampire-Adjacent

Review: In ‘The Passage,’ the Bloodsuckers Are Vampire-Adjacent

Caroline Chikezie, right, in a scene from “The Passage” on Fox.
Stung by Florida Midterm Losses, Democrats See a Swing State Drifting Away

Stung by Florida Midterm Losses, Democrats See a Swing State Drifting Away

Democrats in Florida narrowly lost races for the Senate and for governor in November, signaling the state’s move toward becoming more reliably Republican.
Review: ‘Weightless’ Finds Lovely Moments in a Grim Greek Myth

Review: ‘Weightless’ Finds Lovely Moments in a Grim Greek Myth

Kate Kilbane, left, and Lila Blue in “Weightless” at BRIC House, part of the Under the Radar festival.
‘The Taliban Made Me Fight’: What to Do With Child Recruits After They Serve Time?

‘The Taliban Made Me Fight’: What to Do With Child Recruits After They Serve Time?

Young men being searched at the Badam Bagh juvenile detention center in Kabul, Afghanistan, after visits with their families.
Government Shutdown Across America

Government Shutdown Across America

Major federal agencies affected by the shutdown include the Departments of Agriculture, Commerce, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban Development, the Interior, Justice, State, Transportation, and
Israel, in Rare Admission, Confirms Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria

Israel, in Rare Admission, Confirms Strike on Iranian Targets in Syria

Israeli soldiers showing the opening in December of a tunnel from Lebanon into Israel. The military says it is wrapping up a six-week operation to seal six tunnels it has found.
Ocasio-Cortez Pushes Democrats to the Left, Whether They Like It or Not

Ocasio-Cortez Pushes Democrats to the Left, Whether They Like It or Not

Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez at a demonstration with climate change activists in Washington in November, weeks before she took office.
Rams Land a Devastating 1-2 Punch in the N.F.L. Playoffs

Rams Land a Devastating 1-2 Punch in the N.F.L. Playoffs

Rams running back C.J. Anderson stiff-armed the Cowboys’ Leighton Vander Esch on Saturday.
17 Die in Fire at Ecuador Drug Rehab Clinic

17 Die in Fire at Ecuador Drug Rehab Clinic

President Lenín Moreno of Ecuador said after the fire, “We will not allow the death of innocents to remain unpunished.”

‘Made in Staten Island,’ an MTV Reality Show, Makes the Borough Look Bad, Critics Say

An online petition says the show, which debuts on Monday, makes the borough look it is a “cesspool of gangsters, meatheads and low lives.”
Greek Leader Calls for Vote of Confidence After Minister Quits Over Macedonia Deal

Greek Leader Calls for Vote of Confidence After Minister Quits Over Macedonia Deal

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras of Greece called on Sunday for an “immediate” vote of confidence in the Greek government.

Fact-Check : Explaining Trump’s Tweet on Crimes by Immigrants

President Trump cited an array of statistics to paint a portrait of widespread criminal conduct by undocumented immigrants. Here’s the context behind them.
Why It Could Be Hard to Mute R. Kelly

Why It Could Be Hard to Mute R. Kelly

Prosecutors in two states are gathering information on R. Kelly, but bringing a case against him could be challenging.
An Ocean Engineer and a Nuclear Physicist Walk Into Congress …

An Ocean Engineer and a Nuclear Physicist Walk Into Congress …

Joe Cunningham, a Democrat who won a House race in South Carolina’s First District, received endorsements from several Republican officials for his opposition to off-shore drilling.