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U.S.-China Friction Threatens to Undercut the Fight Against Climate Change

U.S.-China Friction Threatens to Undercut the Fight Against Climate Change

President Xi Jinping and President Trump on Saturday at the G-20 summit meeting in Buenos Aires.
Republican in Disputed North Carolina Race Is Favorite of Christian Right

Republican in Disputed North Carolina Race Is Favorite of Christian Right

Mark Harris delivered a sermon at First Baptist Church in Charlotte, N.C., in 2012.
U.S. Adds 155,000 Jobs in November as Hiring Slows Modestly

U.S. Adds 155,000 Jobs in November as Hiring Slows Modestly

Factory workers at a Jeep Wrangler plant in Ohio. The economy added 155,000 jobs in November, the 98th consecutive month of job growth.
Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg Problem

Lean In’s Sheryl Sandberg Problem

Members of the staff of Lean In, the organization founded by Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook’s chief operation officer. “Sheryl’s not really Lean In,” said Emily Schwarz, who runs Lean In Atlanta, a group
Best of Late Night: Desi Lydic Razzes Trump for Hiring an Undocumented Housekeeper

Best of Late Night: Desi Lydic Razzes Trump for Hiring an Undocumented Housekeeper

Filling in for a voiceless Trevor Noah, Desi Lydic joked: “Trump told us he’d build a wall, but he never said there’d be a service entrance.”
Luis Valbuena and José Castillo Are Killed in Car Crash

Luis Valbuena and José Castillo Are Killed in Car Crash

Luis Valbuena in April. He was with the Los Angeles Angels until August.
North Carolina Republican Says He Would Support New Election if Fraud Occurred

North Carolina Republican Says He Would Support New Election if Fraud Occurred

The campaign of Mark Harris, the Republican candidate in a North Carolina House race now mired in voter fraud allegations, spent $34,310 in the final weeks of the campaign on an operation involving
The Best Art of 2018

The Best Art of 2018

Some highlights of the year included, from top left, Hilma af Klint, Bruce Nauman, Huma Bhabha, Antonio Canova, Charles White and Eugène Delacroix.
It Doesn’t Matter Who Replaces Merkel. Germany Is Broken.

It Doesn’t Matter Who Replaces Merkel. Germany Is Broken.

Chancellor Angela Merkel of Germany visiting the Hamburg Messe building this month.
Kevin Hart Steps Down as Oscars Host After Criticism Over Homophobic Tweets

Kevin Hart Steps Down as Oscars Host After Criticism Over Homophobic Tweets

“I’m sorry that I hurt people,” Kevin Hart wrote after stepping down as host for the 2019 Academy Awards. “I am evolving and want to continue to do so. My goal is to bring people together not tear us

Soccer Player’s Plea: ‘I Am Afraid if I Go to Bahrain, I Will Be Tortured Again’

Bahrain wants Hakeem al-Araibi, a political refugee playing soccer in Melbourne, extradited from Thailand. The case is seen as a test of how well FIFA can protect its players.
Brexit Special: Your Friday Briefing

Brexit Special: Your Friday Briefing

Victorina Morales, a member of the housekeeping staff at Trump National Golf Club, at her home last month.
Police Forced Bronx Woman to Give Birth While Handcuffed, Lawsuit Says

Police Forced Bronx Woman to Give Birth While Handcuffed, Lawsuit Says

In a lawsuit, a woman identified only as Jane Doe in court documents alleges the police shackled her to a hospital bed while she gave birth.
Heather Nauert, State Dept. Spokeswoman, Said to Be Trump’s Pick for U.N. Post

Heather Nauert, State Dept. Spokeswoman, Said to Be Trump’s Pick for U.N. Post

Heather Nauert, a former Fox News anchor who has been the public face of the State Department since last year, would replace Nikki Haley as ambassador to the United Nations.
Riots Flare in Athens on the 10th Anniversary of a Police Killing

Riots Flare in Athens on the 10th Anniversary of a Police Killing

Riot police faced protesters in Athens after demonstrations to commemorate the anniversary of a fatal police shooting unraveled on Thursday night.