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Everything Around Him Burned. He Stayed Put, and Lived to Tell the Tale.

Everything Around Him Burned. He Stayed Put, and Lived to Tell the Tale.

Kevin Jeys rode out the Camp Fire in his home in Paradise, Calif., despite orders to evacuate.
Lawyer Defends New Jersey Man Over Arson Charge and His Brother’s Death

Lawyer Defends New Jersey Man Over Arson Charge and His Brother’s Death

Police officers blocked the road leading to the site of grisly killings in Colts Neck, N.J., a day after all four members of a family were found dead after a suspicious fire.
José Peralta, First Dominican-American Elected to State Senate, Dies at 47

José Peralta, First Dominican-American Elected to State Senate, Dies at 47

State Senator José R. Peralta in 2012. Mr. Peralta represented Queens for 16 years in the State Assembly and the State Senate.
Let Women Be Warriors

Let Women Be Warriors

Eighteen women made history in May 2017 by graduating from Army infantry training.
The Return of the Chastened Establishment

The Return of the Chastened Establishment

The Diplomatic Reception Room at the White House.
How Democrats Can Deliver on Health Care

How Democrats Can Deliver on Health Care

New Jersey Citizen Action in Newark helps residents sign up for health insurance under Obamacare.
A City Lost and Found

A City Lost and Found

Remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost city of Tenea.
No Excuse for Myanmar’s Treatment of the Rohingya

No Excuse for Myanmar’s Treatment of the Rohingya

Rohingya refugees shouted slogans at a protest against a repatriation order at the Unchiprang refugee camp in Bangladesh on Nov. 15.
Olympic Committee Alerted to Sex Abuse in Gymnastics Years Ago, Court Filing Says

Olympic Committee Alerted to Sex Abuse in Gymnastics Years Ago, Court Filing Says

Lawrence G. Nassar, the team doctor for U.S.A. Gymnastics who was convicted of criminal sexual misconduct and possession of child pornography, in court in Charlotte, Mich., in January.
Black Friday 2018: A Not-So-Wild Day for American Shoppers

Black Friday 2018: A Not-So-Wild Day for American Shoppers

Shoppers walking along Fifth Avenue in New York on Friday.
On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Is the Change Fans Want to See in the Basketball World

On Pro Basketball: LeBron James Is the Change Fans Want to See in the Basketball World

LeBron James holds the reins of the Los Angeles Lakers now, but he has changed Cleveland — and its fans have changed him — in ways that will last for years to come.
Hillary Clinton Says Europe Must ‘Get a Handle’ on Migration to Thwart Populism

Hillary Clinton Says Europe Must ‘Get a Handle’ on Migration to Thwart Populism

“I think Europe needs to get a handle on migration because that is what lit the flame,” Hillary Clinton said in an interview with The Guardian.
Republicans Subpoena James Comey and Loretta Lynch Over Clinton Email Case

Republicans Subpoena James Comey and Loretta Lynch Over Clinton Email Case

James B. Comey and Loretta E. Lynch during a news conference in 2016. They have each received a subpoena requiring them to appear in closed-door sessions with House lawmakers.
Rebuffing C.I.A., Trump Says It Only Has ‘Feelings’ About Khashoggi Killing

Rebuffing C.I.A., Trump Says It Only Has ‘Feelings’ About Khashoggi Killing

President Trump visited members of the Coast Guard for the second Thanksgiving in a row. During the event, Mr. Trump praised the flourishing “brand” of the military branch.
Saudis Want a U.S. Nuclear Deal. Can They Be Trusted Not to Build a Bomb?

Saudis Want a U.S. Nuclear Deal. Can They Be Trusted Not to Build a Bomb?

Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia set off alarms in Washington when he declared earlier this year that “if Iran developed a nuclear bomb, we will follow suit as soon as possible.”

Parade Watchers Are Thankful for Matt Lauer’s Absence

For the first time in 20 years, the former anchor did not host NBC’s broadcast of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Man Accused of Brandishing Gun at Teenagers in a McDonald’s Is Arrested

Man Accused of Brandishing Gun at Teenagers in a McDonald’s Is Arrested

Lloyd Edward Johnson, 55, was arrested on Wednesday, according to the city of Eden Prairie, Minn.
Critics’ Picks: 10 Under-the-Radar Art Shows to See Now

Critics’ Picks: 10 Under-the-Radar Art Shows to See Now

“Love Vibe” (1999-2014), a series of panels in the exhibition “Rochelle Feinstein: Image of an Image,” at the Bronx Museum of the Arts.
Islanders Who Killed American Have a History of Guarding Their Isolation

Islanders Who Killed American Have a History of Guarding Their Isolation

The North Sentinel Island in India’s southeastern Andaman and Nicobar Islands.
Leaning Tower of Pisa Now Tilts a Little Less. 1.5 Inches Less.

Leaning Tower of Pisa Now Tilts a Little Less. 1.5 Inches Less.

Officials monitoring the Tower of Pisa, one of Italy’s most famous monuments, said its famed tilt had been reduced by 1.5 inches.