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He Says He Got Away With 90 Murders. Now He’s Confessing to Them All.

He Says He Got Away With 90 Murders. Now He’s Confessing to Them All.

Family photographs of Carol Alford, who was murdered by Samuel Little in Los Angeles in 1987. Mr. Little has now confessed to killing about 90 women.
City Kitchen: A Chicken That Finds Its Flavor in the Wild

City Kitchen: A Chicken That Finds Its Flavor in the Wild

Dried wild mushrooms, smoked bacon and red wine perfume the sauce here, while buttered potatoes serve as a hearty side.
For the First Time, a Black Woman Will Lead The Harvard Crimson

For the First Time, a Black Woman Will Lead The Harvard Crimson

“If my being elected to the Crimson presidency as the first black woman affirms anyone’s sense of belonging at Harvard, then that will continue to affirm the work that I’m doing,” Kristine E.

Meek Mill: Prisoners Need a New Set of Rights

Like many who are now incarcerated, I was the victim of a miscarriage of justice. I got lucky, but because of dysfunctional, discriminatory rules, most don’t.
G.M. to Idle Plants and Cut Thousands of Jobs as Sales Slow

G.M. to Idle Plants and Cut Thousands of Jobs as Sales Slow

The General Motors Lordstown plant in Ohio makes the Chevrolet Cruze compact. It has been hurt by plunging demand for small and midsize cars.
What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 12

What We Learned in N.F.L. Week 12

Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins carved up the Packers’ defense on Sunday night.

Meek Mill: Prisoners Deserve a New Set of Rights

The criminal justice system has a set of rights created to protect you. But is it really protecting us? The rapper Meek Mill explains the urgent need for criminal justice reform.

Lens: Examining Arnold Newman's Environmental Portraits

When taking portraits, Arnold Newman was less interested in the details of his subject’s surroundings than with the symbols he could create with them.

The Suburbs Are Changing. But Not in All the Ways Liberals Hope.

Though Democrats dominated the suburbs in the midterms, some of those gains may be fragile.
California Today: California Today: Sexual Misconduct Claims Roil the State’s Democratic Party

California Today: California Today: Sexual Misconduct Claims Roil the State’s Democratic Party

Eric C. Bauman, center, Chair of the California Democratic Party, is facing sexual harassment allegations.
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.