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Michael Cohen Says ‘Of Course’ Trump Knew Hush Payments Were Wrong

Michael Cohen Says ‘Of Course’ Trump Knew Hush Payments Were Wrong

Michael D. Cohen, the president’s former personal lawyer and fixer, leaving federal court in Manhattan on Wednesday after being sentenced to three years in prison.

Wall Street Is Battered by Worsening Economic Outlook in China

Disappointing retail sales and industrial output figures in China helped drag markets down.

12-Year-Old in China Kills His Mother, Then Returns to School, Igniting an Outcry

The decision to allow the boy to return to school has raised questions about China’s policy of not holding children underage 14 responsible for crimes.
An Emboldened China No Longer Cares What Its Critics Think

An Emboldened China No Longer Cares What Its Critics Think

Chinese police officers outside the Canadian embassy in Beijing.
Past Oxford’s Dreaming Spires, an Artist Shows a Different View

Past Oxford’s Dreaming Spires, an Artist Shows a Different View

Penny Woolcock’s “Same Road is a Different Road” in the exhibition “Fantastic Cities” at Modern Art Oxford. The show explores economic inequality in Oxford, England.

Kosovo Parliament Votes to Create an Army, Defying Serbia and NATO

The move was fiercely opposed by NATO and neighboring Serbia, which said it would threaten peace in the war-scarred Balkan region.
Why Painting Isn’t as Elitist as You Might Think

Why Painting Isn’t as Elitist as You Might Think

George Condo at work painting a canvas in the documentary “The Price of Everything.” The movie shows how painting, above all other art forms, keeps the top end of the market bubbling.
Gray Matter: Is Environmentalism Just for Rich People?

Gray Matter: Is Environmentalism Just for Rich People?

Protestors wearing “yellow vests” stand behind a vehicle set on fire during a demonstration against rising costs of living in Paris.
The Year Justice Caught Up With Trumpworld

The Year Justice Caught Up With Trumpworld

Inside, Paul Manafort was headed toward conviction on eight federal charges.

The Farm Bill Ignores the Real Troubles of U.S. Agriculture

True farming reform means adjusting the system to support small and midsize producers and cultivating a more sustainable system of agriculture.
Vows: She Proposed That He Be Her Caddie. They’ve Worked to Avoid the Rough.

Vows: She Proposed That He Be Her Caddie. They’ve Worked to Avoid the Rough.

Jean Chua and Wesley Griswold were married Nov. 11 in Asheville, N.C. They both were college golfers and, later, he caddied for her when she played professionally.
Apple, Eliza Dushku, Nancy Wilson: Your Friday Briefing

Apple, Eliza Dushku, Nancy Wilson: Your Friday Briefing

Yemenis waited for food at an aid distribution center in Bajil on Thursday. As a result of the Saudi-led war in the country, millions of Yemenis are at the risk of starvation, the United Nations has

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Takes on Trump’s Friendship With Tabloid Publisher

Stephen Colbert ran down revelations from the Russia investigation, while Jimmy Kimmel joked about the White House’s canceling of a holiday party for the news media.
Forget the Suburbs, It’s Country or Bust

Forget the Suburbs, It’s Country or Bust

Former Park Slope residents Steven Weinberg and Casey Scieszka bought and renovated an aging motel and farmhouse in the Catskills, where they now live with baby Amina. In the kitchen, they repurposed
The Paris Accord Promised a Climate Solution. Here’s Where We Are Now.

The Paris Accord Promised a Climate Solution. Here’s Where We Are Now.

Delegates at the United Nations climate change conference in Katowice, Poland, last week.
Lists of Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Are Spilling Out Across the Country

Lists of Priests Accused of Sexual Abuse Are Spilling Out Across the Country

Bishop Christopher Coyne of the Diocese of Burlington, Vt., said the mistrust surrounding the handling of the sexual abuse scandal was earned.
You Want Snacks With That? New Jersey Bill Considers Marijuana Delivery

You Want Snacks With That? New Jersey Bill Considers Marijuana Delivery

To promote small businesses, a marijuana legalization bill mandates that 10 percent of licenses be given to shops that, among other things, process less than 1,000 pounds of cannabis every month.
The Saturday Profile: A Dissident Chinese Novelist Finds Echoes of Mao, and Orwell

The Saturday Profile: A Dissident Chinese Novelist Finds Echoes of Mao, and Orwell

“Only in literature can we fully express the injustices of society, the extremes of human nature and our hopes for a beautiful future,” said Ma Jian while he was in Hong Kong for the annual literary