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A Bright Green ‘Christmas Comet’ Will Fly the Closest to Earth in Centuries

A Bright Green ‘Christmas Comet’ Will Fly the Closest to Earth in Centuries

The comet 46P/Wirtanen as seen from France through a telescope this month.
How McKinsey Has Helped Raise the Stature of Authoritarian Governments

How McKinsey Has Helped Raise the Stature of Authoritarian Governments

Monuments to Kiev’s founders burned during anti-government demonstrations in 2014. The protests led to the ouster of President Viktor F. Yanukovych, who rose to power with the help of McKinsey.
Ruling Striking Down Obamacare Moves Health Debate to Center Stage

Ruling Striking Down Obamacare Moves Health Debate to Center Stage

Representative Nancy Pelosi, the top House Democrat, and others in her party vowed to move swiftly to defend the health care law.

8 Places Where Smartphones Tracked People’s Movements

A New York Times investigation showed that data from over a million devices in the New York area exposed people’s daily habits.
What the Lawless Obamacare Ruling Means

What the Lawless Obamacare Ruling Means

Protesters for and against the Affordable Care Act arguing outside the Supreme Court in 2012. It was upheld in a 5-4 decision that year.
As the Trumps Dodged Taxes, Their Tenants Paid a Price

As the Trumps Dodged Taxes, Their Tenants Paid a Price

Jack Leitner outside the Beach Haven Apartments in Brooklyn. A tax scheme created by the Trumps, who owned the building, artificially inflated rent paid by him and thousands of other tenants.
The Battle for Power in Wisconsin Seems Bound for Court. It’s Only Going to Get Uglier.

The Battle for Power in Wisconsin Seems Bound for Court. It’s Only Going to Get Uglier.

Gov. Scott Walker signed bills limiting the powers of his successor on Friday. The legislation may soon head to the state judiciary, long a bitter battleground.

Afghan President Slaps Aide After Elite Guards Assault Petitioner

The opening of a new economic corridor should’ve brought President Ashraf Ghani positive news. But video from the event shows a confrontation that turned chaotic.
Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

Sometimes the Road Less Taken Also Leads to the N.B.A.

Knicks guard Emmanuel Mudiay, who scored a career-high 34 points on Friday night, driving past the Hornets’ Jeremy Lamb.
Ryan Zinke, Face of Trump Environmental Rollbacks, Is Leaving Interior Department

Ryan Zinke, Face of Trump Environmental Rollbacks, Is Leaving Interior Department

Mr. Zinke had been the subject of at least a half-dozen federal investigations, one of which was recently referred to the Justice Department.
Trail Blazers’ Game-Day Posters Are Often First Shot Against Opponents

Trail Blazers’ Game-Day Posters Are Often First Shot Against Opponents

Michael Verhey held up the poster that he and his wife, Meghan, created for the Blazers' Nov. 30 game against the Denver Nuggets.
Times Insider: Three Months in the Advice Mines

Times Insider: Three Months in the Advice Mines

Choire Sicha, the Styles editor for The New York Times, works at his desk in Manhattan.
The Octomom Has Proved Us All Wrong

The Octomom Has Proved Us All Wrong

Natalie Suleman, otherwise known as Octomom, at home with the most famous eight of her 14 children: Noah, Jonah, Josiah, Makai, Nariyah, Maliyah, Jeremiah and Isaiah.
Ukraine Asserts Major Russian Military Buildup on Eastern Border

Ukraine Asserts Major Russian Military Buildup on Eastern Border

A Russian guard on the Russian side of the border with Milove, Ukraine, early this month.
Shop the Apocalypse

Shop the Apocalypse

Dystopian visions filled this year's runways. From left, looks from Junya Watanabe, Calvin Klein and Alyx.