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Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘You Can’t Escape Heartbreak or Capitalism’

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘You Can’t Escape Heartbreak or Capitalism’

My mother with all she could salvage from the fire. "We've got mail," she said.
Schumer and Pelosi Tap Themselves to Respond to Trump Speech

Schumer and Pelosi Tap Themselves to Respond to Trump Speech

Senator Chuck Schumer, the Democratic leader, and Speaker Nancy Pelosi will deliver a response to President Trump’s address on Tuesday.

210-Foot Fatberg Blocks Sewers of English Seaside Town

The water company in Sidmouth said the mass could have been growing for up to three years, fed on wet wipes and grease from fish and chips.
Veselnitskaya, Russian in Trump Tower Meeting, Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Veselnitskaya, Russian in Trump Tower Meeting, Is Charged in Case That Shows Kremlin Ties

Natalia V. Veselnitskaya was charged on Tuesday with seeking to thwart a Justice Department investigation into money laundering.
De Blasio Unveils Health Care Plan for Undocumented and Low-Income New Yorkers

De Blasio Unveils Health Care Plan for Undocumented and Low-Income New Yorkers

Mayor Bill de Blasio wants to spend $100 million on care for undocumented immigrants and other New Yorkers who cannot qualify for insurance.
China Offers Trump a Trade Peace Deal. It May Not Be Enough.

China Offers Trump a Trade Peace Deal. It May Not Be Enough.

A combine harvests soybeans on a farm outside Salina, Kan. China has resumed its purchases of American soybeans, but it is not clear whether Beijing’s recent concessions will lead to a lasting truce

Stocks Rise as Investors See Signs of Progress in Trade Talks

The talks, by midlevel government officials, are aimed at reaching an agreement that could end a trade war between the two countries
How Clemson Won the National Championship, Drive by Drive

How Clemson Won the National Championship, Drive by Drive

Clemson’s Justyn Ross celebrated with Christian Wilkins after a 74-yard touchdown against Alabama in the national championship game.
Erdogan Snubs Bolton Over Comments That Turkey Must Protect Kurds

Erdogan Snubs Bolton Over Comments That Turkey Must Protect Kurds

A United States Special Forces soldier, right, with local forces near Manbij, a strategic crossroads in northern Syria.

The Ethicist: May I Cut My Daughter Out of My Life?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether a parent can cut off contact with a difficult child, when a parent can break a child’s confidence and more.
California Today: California Today: How PG&E Lobbied for Wildfire Protection

California Today: California Today: How PG&E Lobbied for Wildfire Protection

Smoke rises next to a power line tower after the Camp Fire moved through the area.
Carlos Ghosn, Emerging in Public, Lays Out His Defense

Carlos Ghosn, Emerging in Public, Lays Out His Defense

Carlos Ghosn’s image on a TV news program in Tokyo on Tuesday. The former Nissan chief said he had “never received any compensation from Nissan that was not disclosed.”
Lin-Manuel Miranda and Friends Purchase Drama Book Shop

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Friends Purchase Drama Book Shop

The Drama Book Shop, on West 40th Street, is a mainstay of New York’s theater scene.
U.S. Downgraded E.U.’s Diplomatic Status (but Didn’t Say Anything)

U.S. Downgraded E.U.’s Diplomatic Status (but Didn’t Say Anything)

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo delivered a provocative speech in Brussels on Dec. 4 in which he questioned the value of multinational organizations like the United Nations and the European Union.
With Kim’s Visit, China Shows U.S. It Has Leverage on Trade

With Kim’s Visit, China Shows U.S. It Has Leverage on Trade

Kim Jong-un’s motorcade in Beijing on Tuesday. Mr. Kim, the North Korean leader, made a surprise visit just as trade talks between China and the United States were winding down.
Two Women Enter a Temple. A Country Erupts.

Two Women Enter a Temple. A Country Erupts.

Policemen stand guard near the state secretariat anticipating protests following reports of two women of menstruating age entering the Sabarimala temple, one of the world’s largest Hindu pilgrimage
New York Today: N.Y. Today: The Democrats’ Long Albany Wish List

New York Today: N.Y. Today: The Democrats’ Long Albany Wish List

How much longer will Donald J. Trump State Park keep its name now that Democrats control the Legislature?
What’s Next for Fleeing Saudi Woman?

What’s Next for Fleeing Saudi Woman?

A Saudi national flag flying between two Thai national flags outside the Saudi Embassy in Bangkok.

Fixes: It Takes a Mosquito to Fight a Mosquito

In Australia, China and elsewhere, scientists are fighting disease-carrying mosquitoes by introducing another type, carrying just a harmless form of bacteria.