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NASA’s InSight Mission Has Touched Down on Mars to Study the Red Planet’s Deep Secrets

NASA’s InSight Mission Has Touched Down on Mars to Study the Red Planet’s Deep Secrets

Debris partially obscured a Mars landscape in the first frame sent by NASA’s Mars InSight lander from Mars’s surface after a successful landing.
Carlos Ghosn Is Removed as Chairman of Mitsubishi Motors

Carlos Ghosn Is Removed as Chairman of Mitsubishi Motors

Carlos Ghosn, long admired in Japan for having rescued Nissan, has had a swift fall from grace.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Protests for Amazon on Cyber Monday

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Protests for Amazon on Cyber Monday

Long Island City, Queens, where Amazon plans to build a headquarters.
The Stone: Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change

The Stone: Knowledge, Ignorance and Climate Change

Pump jacks at work bringing up oil in Campbell County, Wy. Climate change skeptics focus on uncertainty even in the face of abundant evidence, N. Ángel Pinillos writes.
Migrants, Cyber Monday, Mars: Your Monday Briefing

Migrants, Cyber Monday, Mars: Your Monday Briefing

Migrants running from tear gas near the U.S.-Mexico border on Sunday after a march in Tijuana, Mexico, veered out of control.
Kiki Smith and the Pursuit of Beauty in a Notably Unbeautiful Age

Kiki Smith and the Pursuit of Beauty in a Notably Unbeautiful Age

Kiki Smith, photographed in her New York City home and studio on Oct. 15, 2018.
Bernardo Bertolucci, Director of ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ Dies at 77

Bernardo Bertolucci, Director of ‘Last Tango in Paris,’ Dies at 77

Bernardo Bertolucci, right, during the filming of “The Last Emperor” in the Forbidden City of Beijing in 1987. It was one of many of his films that Hollywood warmly embraced.
Real vs. Artificial Christmas Trees: Which Is the Greener Choice?

Real vs. Artificial Christmas Trees: Which Is the Greener Choice?

Mountain Top Fraser Fir, a Christmas tree farm in Newland, N.C., has been growing trees for 41 years. It was chosen to supply this year’s White House Christmas tree.
Ski Issue: The Rockies, the Alps, the Caucasus? Georgia Plans for the Future

Ski Issue: The Rockies, the Alps, the Caucasus? Georgia Plans for the Future

The slopes in Gudauri, Georgia, not far from the Russian border in the Caucusus Mountains.
Matthew Hedges, British Student Accused of Spying, Is Pardoned by U.A.E.

Matthew Hedges, British Student Accused of Spying, Is Pardoned by U.A.E.

Matthew Hedges, who was said to be researching the effects of the Arab Spring on the United Arab Emirates’ approach to diplomacy, was arrested in May.
How a Liberal Couple Became Two of N.Y.’s Biggest Trump Supporters

How a Liberal Couple Became Two of N.Y.’s Biggest Trump Supporters

Bill White, left, and Bryan Eure said they have been condemned for what some see as a betrayal of their own gay community.
On Soccer: For Copa Libertadores at a Crossroads, a Weekend to Forget

On Soccer: For Copa Libertadores at a Crossroads, a Weekend to Forget

A lone River Plate fan inside the stadium Sunday, before the Copa Libertadores final was postponed for the second day in a row.
More Than 140 Whales Die in New Zealand After Mass Beaching

More Than 140 Whales Die in New Zealand After Mass Beaching

Some of the dozens of pilot whales stranded on a remote beach on Stewart Island, New Zealand.
The ‘Old Soul’ of the Nets Is Steering the Team in a New Direction

The ‘Old Soul’ of the Nets Is Steering the Team in a New Direction

Brooklyn Nets center Jarrett Allen is making a difference on the court for a rebuilding team, but he is also finding creative ways to extend his influence outside basketball.
Congress’s Lame-Duck Session: Critical Bills, Looming Deadlines, Little Unity

Congress’s Lame-Duck Session: Critical Bills, Looming Deadlines, Little Unity

Hanging in the balance in Congress’s lame-duck session are a reauthorization of the farm bill, the largest federal criminal justice rewrite in a generation, President Trump’s border wall and a