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Time Names Person of the Year for 2018: Jamal Khashoggi and Other Journalists

Time Names Person of the Year for 2018: Jamal Khashoggi and Other Journalists

Time magazine released four covers for its person of the year for 2018, a group of journalists who were collectively called “the guardians of truth.”
Criminal Justice Bill Will Go Up for a Vote, McConnell Says

Criminal Justice Bill Will Go Up for a Vote, McConnell Says

Senator Mitch McConnell, the majority leader, made clear on Tuesday that the Senate was considering the legislation “at the request of the president.”
Fact Check of the Day: Trump Makes Misleading Border Wall Claims Before Meeting With Democrats

Fact Check of the Day: Trump Makes Misleading Border Wall Claims Before Meeting With Democrats

Migrants from Honduras crossing the border into the United States early this month from Tijuana, Mexico.
Trump Threatens Shutdown in Combative Appearance With Democrats

Trump Threatens Shutdown in Combative Appearance With Democrats

During a public airing of hostilities with Representative Nancy Pelosi and Senator Chuck Schumer, the president undercut Republican congressional leaders as he pushed for funding for his border wall.
8 Million People Are Working Illegally in the U.S. Here’s Why That’s Unlikely to Change.

8 Million People Are Working Illegally in the U.S. Here’s Why That’s Unlikely to Change.

Four undocumented immigrants have recently come forward to reveal they have worked at the Trump National Golf Club in Bedminster, N.J.

Wall St. Gives Up Early Gains as Boost From China-U.S. Trade Talks Fades

The downturn was the latest swing in a volatile stretch shaped by, among other things, investors’ worries over a slowing global economy and trade tensions between the United States and China.
California Today: California Today: Will a Desert Town Test Marijuana’s Saturation Point?

California Today: California Today: Will a Desert Town Test Marijuana’s Saturation Point?

The Healing Center is one of four stores in Needles, Calif., selling marijuana to the public.
With Brexit Deal in Peril, Theresa May Scrambles to Save It

With Brexit Deal in Peril, Theresa May Scrambles to Save It

Prime Minister Theresa May of Britain began her diplomatic tour on Tuesday by visiting her Dutch counterpart, Mark Rutte, who is seen as her closest ally among European leaders.

Great Gifts for Kids (and What Makes Them Great)

Wirecutter’s kid-tested, parent-and-teacher-approved gift ideas for toddlers, preschoolers, and elementary schoolers.

At Fashion Awards in London, a Welcome Dose of ‘Markle Sparkle’

A surprise appearance by the Duchess of Sussex at Britain’s answer to the Met Gala provided a brief respite and much cheer at a time when the country faces an uncertain future.
Brexit, Donald Trump, Voyager 2: Your Tuesday Briefing

Brexit, Donald Trump, Voyager 2: Your Tuesday Briefing

Demonstrators on both sides of the Brexit debate outside Parliament in London on Monday.
This Provocative Band Played North Korea. Now They’ve Made an Album About It.

This Provocative Band Played North Korea. Now They’ve Made an Album About It.

Laibach in Ljubljana, Slovenia, in November. From left, Boris Benko, Luka Jamnik, Milan Fras, Marina Martensson and Ivan Novak

Thai Court Holds Bahraini Soccer Star Who Escaped Persecution

The Bahraini man, Hakeem al-Araibi, had been granted refugee status in Australia, but was detained in Thailand after a request from his home country to extradite him.
The Writer Who Destroyed an Empire

The Writer Who Destroyed an Empire

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn traveling to Oslo by boat on Feb. 25, 1974, soon after his expulsion from the Soviet Union.
Baghdad’s Fortified Green Zone Opens to Public After 15 Years

Baghdad’s Fortified Green Zone Opens to Public After 15 Years

The miles of concrete blast walls surrounding the Green Zone began coming down last month.
The New Health Care: How to Cut U.S. Drug Prices: Experts Weigh In

The New Health Care: How to Cut U.S. Drug Prices: Experts Weigh In

Pill bottles on a conveyor belt at an Express Scripts warehouse in New Jersey this year. Express Scripts, a huge pharmacy benefit management firm, can use its clout to influence how drug makers price
Unrest in France Hinders Macron’s Push to Revive Economy

Unrest in France Hinders Macron’s Push to Revive Economy

Protesters in Paris on Saturday. A month of violent demonstrations has hampered economic growth and hurt France’s image with investors, the government said.
The 52 Places Traveler: Adventures in ‘the Most Organized City’ in India

The 52 Places Traveler: Adventures in ‘the Most Organized City’ in India

From top right: A new nightclub called Lazy Shack in Sector 26, Chandigarh; taking selfies in front of a waterfall in Nek Chand’s Rock Garden; sculptures in Nek Chand’s Rock Garden; Punjab and Haryana