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C.I.A.’s Afghan Forces Leave a Trail of Abuse and Anger

C.I.A.’s Afghan Forces Leave a Trail of Abuse and Anger

The outskirts of Khost city, in eastern Afghanistan. The United Nations said in a recent report that the C.I.A.-sponsored units in the province operated outside the official Afghan government
2 of New York’s Most Influential Offices Are About to Be Held by One Person

2 of New York’s Most Influential Offices Are About to Be Held by One Person

The speaker of the New York City Council, Corey Johnson, after a hearing with Amazon executives inside City Hall in December.

Philippine President Says He Sexually Abused Housemaid as a Teenager

A spokesman for President Rodgrigo Duterte said later that the remarks were intended as a joke to expose the hypocrisy of the Roman Catholic Church.
On College Football: How Long Can Oklahoma Be the Bridesmaid of College Football?

On College Football: How Long Can Oklahoma Be the Bridesmaid of College Football?

Kyler Murray (1) walked off the field with teammates after losing to Alabama on Saturday.
‘Lotería,’ a Beloved Latino Game, Gets Reimagined for Millennials

‘Lotería,’ a Beloved Latino Game, Gets Reimagined for Millennials

Mike Alfaro created a reimagined version of the iconic card game Lotería for the millennial generation.
Shutdown, McKinsey, Gaza: Your Monday Briefing

Shutdown, McKinsey, Gaza: Your Monday Briefing

U.S. lawmakers are returning to Capitol Hill this week as the government shutdown enters its second week.
Obamacare, Ruled Invalid by Federal Judge, Will Remain in Effect During Appeal

Obamacare, Ruled Invalid by Federal Judge, Will Remain in Effect During Appeal

A federal judge ruled the Affordable Care Act invalid, but the law will remain in effect pending an appeal by a coalition of opposing states.
Patriots 38, Jets 3: Todd Bowles Is Fired by Jets After Rout by the Patriots

Patriots 38, Jets 3: Todd Bowles Is Fired by Jets After Rout by the Patriots

Coach Todd Bowles left the field after the Jets’ 38-3 loss to the Patriots at Gillette Stadium.
A Closed Brooklyn Bridge and 40,000 Pounds of Deli Meat: New York Is That Crowded

A Closed Brooklyn Bridge and 40,000 Pounds of Deli Meat: New York Is That Crowded

Crowds at the Brooklyn Bridge appeared to be larger than usual in the past week.
Trump Mollifies Lindsey Graham on Troop Withdrawal From Syria

Trump Mollifies Lindsey Graham on Troop Withdrawal From Syria

“I think we’re in a pause situation” on the Syrian pullout, Senator Lindsey Graham, Republican of South Carolina, said after meeting with President Trump at the White House on Sunday.
Trump Digs In, Darkening Hopes for a Deal to End the Shutdown

Trump Digs In, Darkening Hopes for a Deal to End the Shutdown

President Trump in the Oval Office on Christmas morning. He has remained virtually alone in the West Wing since the government shutdown began.
Is ‘Holmes & Watson’ So Bad It’s Good?

Is ‘Holmes & Watson’ So Bad It’s Good?

“Holmes & Watson” is full of awkward, anachronistic bits like this one, in which Watson (John C. Reilly), left, and Holmes (Will Ferrell) ask Queen Victoria (Pam Ferris) to take a

Armed Man in Tactical Clothing Headed to a Texas Church to ‘Fulfill a Prophecy,’ Police Say

The man stopped at a restaurant restroom for 30 minutes before emerging wearing a surgical face mask and gripping a loaded handgun, witnesses and the police said.
Bangladesh Prime Minister Wins 3rd Term Amid Deadly Violence on Election Day

Bangladesh Prime Minister Wins 3rd Term Amid Deadly Violence on Election Day

Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina of Bangladesh, center, spoke to the news media after casting her vote at a polling station in Dhaka on Sunday.
The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change

The Story of 2018 Was Climate Change

In Lynn Haven, Fla., trees were upended by a hurricane in October.
Spread the Digital Wealth

Spread the Digital Wealth

Mathew Watson worked at his home in Hueysville, Ky., in August on coding for an app from Florida.
Lions 31, Packers 0: Aaron Rodgers Is Hurt and the Packers Are Humiliated in Loss to Lions

Lions 31, Packers 0: Aaron Rodgers Is Hurt and the Packers Are Humiliated in Loss to Lions

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Detroit Lions with a concussion, though it was unclear which play caused the injury.
After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

After Early Victories, N.J. Governor Is Undermined by Lawmakers From His Own Party

Gov. Philip D. Murphy of New Jersey, a Democrat, achieved some early victories during first year, but progress has stalled as he has fought with legislators and has been shadowed by a sexual assault