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Lions 31, Packers 0: Aaron Rodgers Is Hurt and the Packers Are Humiliated in Loss to Lions

Lions 31, Packers 0: Aaron Rodgers Is Hurt and the Packers Are Humiliated in Loss to Lions

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions with a concussion, though it was unclear which play caused the injury.
After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, a Democrat, achieved some early victories during first year, but progress has stalled as he has fought with legislators and has been shadowed by a sexual assault
‘Exhibit A’: How McKinsey Got Entangled in a Bribery Case

‘Exhibit A’: How McKinsey Got Entangled in a Bribery Case

Dmitry Firtash, a Ukrainian billionaire, was indicted in the United States on charges of directing $18.5 million in bribes to Indian officials on Boeing’s behalf.
Israel Dispatch: New Year’s Fete From Russia Irks Some in Israel: ‘It’s Not a Jewish Holiday’

Israel Dispatch: New Year’s Fete From Russia Irks Some in Israel: ‘It’s Not a Jewish Holiday’

Natascha Manko, who emigrated from Ukraine two years ago, decorating a Novy God tree in the southern Israeli city of Ashdod.

Bre Payton, Conservative Writer and Fox News Commentator, Dies at 26

She started writing for The Federalist in April 2015. The site said she quickly became a “rising star” who was regularly featured on Fox News.
Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World

Empty Homes and Protests: China’s Property Market Strains the World

The Yudong International apartment complex in Jurong, China. Sales surged in Jurong after a housing boom in nearby Nanjing. Now many apartments sit empty.
Nancy Roman, ‘Mother of the Hubble’ Telescope, Dies at 93

Nancy Roman, ‘Mother of the Hubble’ Telescope, Dies at 93

Nancy Grace Roman with a model of an orbiting solar observatory in 1962. She was NASA’s first director of astronomy and a leading advocate for the Hubble Space Telescope.
Facebook Data Scandals Stoke Criticism That a Privacy Watchdog Too Rarely Bites

Facebook Data Scandals Stoke Criticism That a Privacy Watchdog Too Rarely Bites

The commissioners of the Federal Trade Commission, which is under attack for what critics say is a systemic failure to police tech giants.
Editorial Observer: Why Trump Should Listen to the Old Guard

Editorial Observer: Why Trump Should Listen to the Old Guard

From left, former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, former Secretary of State George Shultz and former Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage.
‘Aquaman’ Keeps Its Box-Office Lead as ‘Mary Poppins’ Gets a Holiday Boost

‘Aquaman’ Keeps Its Box-Office Lead as ‘Mary Poppins’ Gets a Holiday Boost

Amber Heard and Jason Momoa in “Aquaman,” which received mixed reviews from critics. Audiences have been more enthusiastic.
Lawrence Roberts, Who Helped Design Internet’s Precursor, Dies at 81

Lawrence Roberts, Who Helped Design Internet’s Precursor, Dies at 81

Lawrence Roberts, far left, with other internet pioneers, from left, Robert Kahn, Vinton Cerf and Tim Berners-Lee, at a conference in Spain in 2002. Dr. Roberts insisted that engineers look for
Cyberattack Disrupts Printing of Major Newspapers

Cyberattack Disrupts Printing of Major Newspapers

The Los Angeles Times, whose printing operations were disrupted, said the cyberattack had come from outside the United States.
In ‘Grey Rock,’ a Palestinian Playwright Tackles the Ordinary

In ‘Grey Rock,’ a Palestinian Playwright Tackles the Ordinary

Amir Nizar Zuabi’s play “Grey Rock” is about a Palestinian man who decides to build, in a shed, a rocket to the moon.
Congo Votes, Amid Ebola Crisis and Problems at Polls, After Years’ Delay

Congo Votes, Amid Ebola Crisis and Problems at Polls, After Years’ Delay

Elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo, delayed by two years and a week, finally took place on Sunday in most of the country.
As New Year’s Eve Ball Drops, the Free Press Gets a Moment in the Spotlight

As New Year’s Eve Ball Drops, the Free Press Gets a Moment in the Spotlight

New Year’s Eve in Times Square two years ago. On Monday night, 11 journalists from a variety of outlets pressed the button that started the annual ball drop.
Critic’s Notebook: A Luminous ‘Aria Code’ Joins a Meager Field of Classical Music Podcasts

Critic’s Notebook: A Luminous ‘Aria Code’ Joins a Meager Field of Classical Music Podcasts

“Aria Code,” a new podcast created by WQXR and the Metropolitan Opera, is hosted by the polymathic musician Rhiannon Giddens.
Glorified and Vilified, Representative-Elect Ilhan Omar Tells Critics: ‘Just Deal’

Glorified and Vilified, Representative-Elect Ilhan Omar Tells Critics: ‘Just Deal’

Ilhan Omar, Democrat of Minnesota, is one of the first two Muslim women elected to Congress.
Kelly, on His Way Out, Says Administration Long Ago Abandoned Idea of Concrete Wall

Kelly, on His Way Out, Says Administration Long Ago Abandoned Idea of Concrete Wall

“The president still says ‘wall,’” John F. Kelly, the outgoing White House chief of staff, said in an interview with the Los Angeles Times. “But we left a solid concrete wall early on in the