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Heather Nauert, State Dept. Spokeswoman, Said to Be Trump’s Pick for U.N. Post

Heather Nauert, State Dept. Spokeswoman, Said to Be Trump’s Pick for U.N. Post

Heather Nauert, a former Fox News anchor who has been the public face of the State Department since last year, would replace Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations.
Riots Flare in Athens on the 10th Anniversary of a Police Killing

Riots Flare in Athens on the 10th Anniversary of a Police Killing

Riot police faced protesters in Athens after demonstrations to commemorate the anniversary of a fatal police shooting unraveled on Thursday night.
With a $50,000 Raise, N.Y. Lawmakers Would Become Highest Paid in the Nation

With a $50,000 Raise, N.Y. Lawmakers Would Become Highest Paid in the Nation

William Thompson Jr. was one of four former city or state comptrollers who served on the compensation panel.
Michigan G.O.P. Starts Limiting Power of Incoming Democratic Leaders

Michigan G.O.P. Starts Limiting Power of Incoming Democratic Leaders

Jocelyn Benson became the first Democrat to be elected secretary of state of Michigan in more than 20 years last month.
She Ran Away From Foster Care. She Ended Up in Handcuffs and Leg Irons.

She Ran Away From Foster Care. She Ended Up in Handcuffs and Leg Irons.

Nevayah, 17, was arrested after she left her foster placement and went to her mom’s house in Ohio. During the return trip, she was walked through the airport in handcuffs and leg irons.
Fiat Chrysler Plans to Make New Jeep in Detroit, Adding Jobs

Fiat Chrysler Plans to Make New Jeep in Detroit, Adding Jobs

Jeep Wranglers on an assembly line in Toledo, Ohio. Fiat Chrysler plans to build a new Jeep model in a retooled factory in Detroit.

This Robin in a Sun Hat (and the Government) Want You to Stay Safe This Holiday Season

The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s approach to social media is designed to save lives and get laughs at the same time. Here are its best holiday safety tips.
In Blow to Haley, U.N. Rejects Measure Condemning Hamas

In Blow to Haley, U.N. Rejects Measure Condemning Hamas

Palestinians in Gaza protesting a resolution proposed by the United States in the United Nations to condemn Hamas. The resolution failed to get the necessary two-thirds majority.
A.I. as Talent Scout: Unorthodox Hires, and Maybe Lower Pay

A.I. as Talent Scout: Unorthodox Hires, and Maybe Lower Pay

Ashutosh Garg, left, is a co-founder and chief executive of the hiring service Eightfold.ai, which has applied artificial intelligence to job recruitment. Kamal Ahluwalia, center, is president, and
Joe Manchin Faces Liberal Opposition in Bid to Be Energy Panel’s Top Democrat

Joe Manchin Faces Liberal Opposition in Bid to Be Energy Panel’s Top Democrat

Senator Joe Manchin III, Democrat of West Virginia, is at odds with most of his party over his support of coal.

Macron’s Moment of Truth

Weeks of violent protest by France’s angry working poor are testing a president who promised the people reform but has failed to govern with them, rather than over them.
With the Economy Uncertain, Tech ‘Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

With the Economy Uncertain, Tech ‘Unicorns’ Rush Toward I.P.O.

Uber and Lyft have accelerated their timelines for an initial public offering, said people with knowledge of the companies’ plans.
At ‘60 Minutes,’ Independence Led to Trouble, Investigators Say

At ‘60 Minutes,’ Independence Led to Trouble, Investigators Say

Leslie Moonves, left, the former chief executive of CBS, with Charlie Rose, a former CBS host and “60 Minutes” correspondent, in 2006. Both lost their jobs after allegations of sexual misconduct.
The Art of the Imaginary Deal

The Art of the Imaginary Deal

President Trump at a dinner meeting with President Xi Jinping of the People’'s Republic of China, during the G-20 summit in Argentina, on Dec. 1.
A Good Call by Albany’s Pay Committee

A Good Call by Albany’s Pay Committee

The New York State Senate in session in June.
Trump Weighs Bringing Back William Barr as Attorney General

Trump Weighs Bringing Back William Barr as Attorney General

President Trump is considering reappointing former Attorney General William P. Barr to run the Justice Department again.
El Espace: The Early Days of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

El Espace: The Early Days of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe

From left to right, the poets Miguel Algarín, Lucky CienFuegos and Richard August, three of the original founders of the Nuyorican Poets Cafe.
In a Seething Pro-Brexit Town, Doubts Creep In About Leaving the E.U.

In a Seething Pro-Brexit Town, Doubts Creep In About Leaving the E.U.

Many in Sunderland, England, voted in to leave the European Union out of anger at political leaders. Two years later, residents are still angry, but the desire to leave the bloc is waning.
Satan Is in the Illinois Capitol. Because It’s the Holidays!

Satan Is in the Illinois Capitol. Because It’s the Holidays!

A display from the Satanic Temple-Chicago has been placed in the Statehouse rotunda at the Capitol in Springfield, Ill.