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Why Trump Needs a Border Wall Shutdown Fight

Why Trump Needs a Border Wall Shutdown Fight

President Trump delivering remarks during a campaign rally at Central Wisconsin Airport in Mosinee, Wis., in October.
From Parks to Airports, How a Shutdown Would Affect Federal Agencies

From Parks to Airports, How a Shutdown Would Affect Federal Agencies

Transportation Security Administration agents, deemed “essential employees,” would have to work without pay during a government shutdown.
On Capitol Hill, a Fittingly Chaotic End to a Tumultuous Year

On Capitol Hill, a Fittingly Chaotic End to a Tumultuous Year

A Christmas tree in a recycling bin was wheeled through the Ohio Clock Corridor near the Senate floor on Friday.
What Is Glitter?

What Is Glitter?

Ah, the shimmer of aluminum metalized polyethylene terephthalate.
Pentagon Considers Using Special Operations Forces to Continue Mission in Syria

Pentagon Considers Using Special Operations Forces to Continue Mission in Syria

Members of the Syrian Democratic Forces attended the funeral of a fellow fighter. Officials at the Pentagon said the plans sought to maintain American support for the group.
Glocks, Ammo, Night Vision Gear: How a City Agency Stockpiled Arms to Fight White-Collar Crime

Glocks, Ammo, Night Vision Gear: How a City Agency Stockpiled Arms to Fight White-Collar Crime

Mark Peters, the former commissioner of the New York City Department of Investigation, used federal forfeiture money to outfit his workers with things like guns and body armor.
Five Models Accuse Bruce Weber of Sexual Misconduct in New Lawsuit

Five Models Accuse Bruce Weber of Sexual Misconduct in New Lawsuit

Bruce Weber, center, with red carpet photographers at the Venice Film Festival’s screening of “My Brilliant Friend” in September.
In a Flash, U.S. Military Policy Turns Inward and Echoes Across the Globe

In a Flash, U.S. Military Policy Turns Inward and Echoes Across the Globe

A member of the United States Air Force at Kandahar Air Field in Afghanistan. Half of the 14,000 Marines and soldiers there learned that they would soon return home.
Civil Rights Investigation Opened After Black Wrestler Had to Cut His Dreadlocks

Civil Rights Investigation Opened After Black Wrestler Had to Cut His Dreadlocks

The referee will not be assigned to further matches “until this matter has been thoroughly reviewed,” according to a statement by the state's high-school sports association.
Cancer Doctors See Encouraging Signs for Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Cancer Doctors See Encouraging Signs for Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg in September. She had the lower lobe of her left lung removed on Friday, but what type of cancer was present has not been revealed.
Vietnam’s Sad Hunt: 300,000 Missing Souls

Vietnam’s Sad Hunt: 300,000 Missing Souls

A war veteran places incense on graves in Hanoi on the national Day for Martyrs and Wounded Soldiers.

I’m 13 and I Write Holiday Cards to People in Prison

I hope you, too, do something that makes you and another person feel good this season.
Live Briefing: Updates on the Looming Government Shutdown: Deadline Dealmaking on Capitol Hill

Live Briefing: Updates on the Looming Government Shutdown: Deadline Dealmaking on Capitol Hill

Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, on Friday on Capitol Hill.
Shutdown Might Not Have Much Immediate Impact on the Economy

Shutdown Might Not Have Much Immediate Impact on the Economy

The Park Police closed off the World War II Memorial in Washington in 2013, when a government shutdown lasted 16 days.
Christmas Is Near, but the News Won’t Stop. Here’s What to Follow.

Christmas Is Near, but the News Won’t Stop. Here’s What to Follow.

On Friday, a partial government shutdown loomed as President Trump demanded funding for a border wall with Mexico.