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For N.F.L., Curious Results Set Up a Wild Final Weekend

For N.F.L., Curious Results Set Up a Wild Final Weekend

Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs (11-4) lost their second straight game on Sunday.
In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

In Nicaragua, Ortega Was on the Ropes. Now, He Has Protesters on the Run.

Anti-government protesters from Nicaragua living at a safe house across the border in Costa Rica.
As Volcano Rumbles, Tsunami-Battered Indonesia Issues Beach Warning

As Volcano Rumbles, Tsunami-Battered Indonesia Issues Beach Warning

Women salvaging rice from their destroyed houses. It was the second time in three months that Indonesians have endured a deadly tsunami without warning.
1 Broken Drone, No Video, 2 Suspects Released: Gatwick Episode Doesn’t Add Up

1 Broken Drone, No Video, 2 Suspects Released: Gatwick Episode Doesn’t Add Up

Passengers at Gatwick Airport after flights resumed on Friday. Investigators looking into reports of drone incursions are relying on 67 eyewitness accounts from the public, passengers, police officers
With Early Israel Elections, Netanyahu Banks on Strengthening Support

With Early Israel Elections, Netanyahu Banks on Strengthening Support

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, facing possible bribery charges, had wanted his government to complete its term through next November. He changed his mind.
Are You There, User? It’s Me, Facebook!

Are You There, User? It’s Me, Facebook!

A fellow worker (at a store in the greater metro Manila area) checks her spam.

Stocks Close in on Bear Market as Trump and Mnuchin Fuel Christmas Eve Drop

Wall Street added to losses that have 2018 shaping up to be the worst year for stocks since the financial crisis a decade ago.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Bad News and Good News About the News

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Bad News and Good News About the News

Local reporters at City Hall play an important watchdog role.
Kara Swisher: All Text and No Subtext

Kara Swisher: All Text and No Subtext

President Trump on a supporter's cellphone camera at a rally in Mesa, Ariz., in October.
The Generals Won’t Save Us

The Generals Won’t Save Us

Jim Mattis, the secretary of defense, outside the Pentagon in Arlington, Va., last month.
Stock Markets, Tsunami, NFL: Your Monday Briefing

Stock Markets, Tsunami, NFL: Your Monday Briefing

President Trump and Patrick Shanahan, right, the new acting defense secretary, in May.
Rome in Ruins

Rome in Ruins

Massimiliano Tonelli, a founder of the popular blog and social media feed “Roma Fa Schifo,” surrounded by trash in a small park overlooking the Colosseum.
Trilobites: Perhaps Santa Had to Shout to His Eight Reindeer Because They Fell Asleep

Trilobites: Perhaps Santa Had to Shout to His Eight Reindeer Because They Fell Asleep

A young reindeer resting in Svalbard, Norway. Scientists had previously speculated that their body clocks might have been lost over evolutionary time.
Renters: Roosevelt Island for the Win

Renters: Roosevelt Island for the Win

The Starace family share a two-bedroom on Roosevelt Island that was originally a Mitchell-Lama rental and that they now own. (From left to right) James, Eliana, James, Tanya and Luca Starace.
Sidebar: Texas’ One-Stop Shopping for Judge in Health Care Case

Sidebar: Texas’ One-Stop Shopping for Judge in Health Care Case

Lawyers for Texas and 19 other states challenging the Affordable Care Act were essentially able to pick the judge hearing their case.
T’s Best of 2018: 13 Stories That Helped Us See Art Differently

T’s Best of 2018: 13 Stories That Helped Us See Art Differently

A person’s — and people’s — worth has always been a through line in Carrie Mae Weems’s work.
How Rampant Is Fare Evasion? At Times Square, One Rider a Minute Sneaks In

How Rampant Is Fare Evasion? At Times Square, One Rider a Minute Sneaks In

About 208,000 people take the New York City subway each day without paying, transit officials said.