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Lakers 127, Warriors 101: LeBron James Is Hurt in Lakers’ Blowout of the Warriors

Lakers 127, Warriors 101: LeBron James Is Hurt in Lakers’ Blowout of the Warriors

LeBron James hobbled off the court after sustaining a groin injury during the third quarter on Tuesday.

Man in China Hijacks Bus and Drives Into Traffic, Killing 8

China’s state broadcaster said a suspect had been taken into custody, an unemployed man believed to have been angry over a dispute with local officials.
Stocks & Bonds: Holiday Rest, but Little Relaxing, as Traders Size Up the Stock Market

Stocks & Bonds: Holiday Rest, but Little Relaxing, as Traders Size Up the Stock Market

The New York Stock Exchange. Trading will resume on Wall Street on Wednesday after the Christmas holiday, and investors are bracing for the possibility that a bear market is settling in.
’Twas the Day After Christmas

’Twas the Day After Christmas

A 19th-century George Cruikshank print has fun with Boxing Day.
Federal Prosecutors Need a Watchdog, Too

Federal Prosecutors Need a Watchdog, Too

Michael Horowitz, inspector general of the Justice Department.
New Yorkers’ Christmas Traditions: Chinese Food, the Knicks, Meals for the Homeless

New Yorkers’ Christmas Traditions: Chinese Food, the Knicks, Meals for the Homeless

Along 14th Avenue in Borough Park, Brooklyn, businesses and restaurants in the Orthodox Jewish enclave were open as usual. “For us,” one resident said, “life goes on.”
Arms Sales to Saudis Leave American Fingerprints on Yemen’s Carnage

Arms Sales to Saudis Leave American Fingerprints on Yemen’s Carnage

Newly graduated officers of the Royal Saudi Air Force in Riyadh. The F-15 fighter jets behind them are American-made and maintained.
Indonesia Knows Tsunami Threat. But It Was Still Blindsided by Killer Waves.

Indonesia Knows Tsunami Threat. But It Was Still Blindsided by Killer Waves.

The devastation in Sumur, Indonesia, on Tuesday. The country has no way of detecting the kind of tsunami that scientists say was generated this past weekend.
Black Voters, a Force in Democratic Politics, Are Ready to Make Themselves Heard

Black Voters, a Force in Democratic Politics, Are Ready to Make Themselves Heard

A graduating student at Morgan State University cheered Senator Elizabeth Warren, Democrat of Massachusetts, during her commencement address this month.
Trump’s King Minus Touch

Trump’s King Minus Touch

Whatever the president says, the Fed chairman, Jerome Powell, is not the problem.
Lonzo Ball Strives to Be a Point Guard Fit for a King

Lonzo Ball Strives to Be a Point Guard Fit for a King

Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball has channeled external criticism of his game into a second-year career surge on the court.
Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy?

Selling Real Estate in Russia? Are You Crazy?

A client viewing an apartment priced at $160,000 in a Moscow complex whose developer went bankrupt. Russians may hesitate to move for job opportunities because of the difficulties in buying and
8-Year-Old Migrant Child From Guatemala Dies in U.S. Custody

8-Year-Old Migrant Child From Guatemala Dies in U.S. Custody

The Gerald Champion Regional Medical Center in Alamogordo, N.M., where a Guatemalan child detained at the border died while in United States custody.
Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘If You’re Reading This, Nick, I Love You’

Modern Love: Tiny Love Stories: ‘If You’re Reading This, Nick, I Love You’

Every Christmas, I drape the chili lights on the fireplace mantle in honor of him.
Critic’s Pick: Bad Bunny Broke Boundaries in 2018. His Debut, ‘X 100PRE,’ Demolishes More.

Critic’s Pick: Bad Bunny Broke Boundaries in 2018. His Debut, ‘X 100PRE,’ Demolishes More.

Bad Bunny’s surprise debut album, “X 100PRE,” caps a big year for the 24-year-old Puerto Rican rapper.
‘Holmes & Watson’ Review: Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and the Dull Routine of Bromance

‘Holmes & Watson’ Review: Will Ferrell, John C. Reilly and the Dull Routine of Bromance

John C. Reilly, left, as Watson, and Will Ferrell as Sherlock Holmes, in this parody, “Homes & Watson,” directed by Etan Cohen.
Sudanese Police Try to Break Up Swelling Protests Against Bashir

Sudanese Police Try to Break Up Swelling Protests Against Bashir

Sudanese demonstrators chanted slogans as they marched along the street during antigovernment protests in Khartoum, Sudan, on Tuesday.
Praise for English Fizz Provokes Splutters in Champagne

Praise for English Fizz Provokes Splutters in Champagne

Workers picking Chardonnay grapes for the winemaker Gusbourne in Kent, England, in September.