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France Suspends Fuel Tax Increase That Spurred Violent Protests

France Suspends Fuel Tax Increase That Spurred Violent Protests

Prime Minister Édouard Philippe, center, before announcing the suspension on rising fuel taxes in Paris on Tuesday.

Everything You Need to Make Great Holiday Cookies

The right tools will help you bake truly excellent cookies — for the holidays and any other time. Here’s what you’ll need.
Donald Trump, Wisconsin, George Bush: Your Tuesday Briefing

Donald Trump, Wisconsin, George Bush: Your Tuesday Briefing

Former President George Bush is the 11th president to lie in state in the U.S. Capitol.
Turning Points: Cuba’s Slow Rebirth

Turning Points: Cuba’s Slow Rebirth

Idania del Río, the owner of the graphic design shop Clandestina, in Havana.
Fixes: Teaching Children Regardless of Grade

Fixes: Teaching Children Regardless of Grade

Padmanabha Rao, a leader of the Rishi Valley Institute for Educational Resources, with a student in Andhra Pradesh, India. Mr. Rao is a creator of an approach that encourages children to learn on
The Conversation: That Christmas When the Trumps Saw Red

The Conversation: That Christmas When the Trumps Saw Red

Trees made from red berries line the East Colonnade during the 2018 Christmas Press Preview at the White House on Nov. 26, 2018.
Yes, Jury Selection Is as Racist as You Think. Now We Have Proof.

Yes, Jury Selection Is as Racist as You Think. Now We Have Proof.

An instructional video for potential jurors is shown in the jury assembly room at the Court for the Southern District of New York.
Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Mocks Trump’s ‘Very Cool’ Dealings With Russia

Best of Late Night: Jimmy Fallon Mocks Trump’s ‘Very Cool’ Dealings With Russia

“Not a good sign when the president explains himself like a stoner who just got pulled over on the way home from Burning Man,” Jimmy Fallon said on “The Tonight Show.”

Fare Evasion Is Skyrocketing on New York City’s Subway. Here’s Why.

Subway officials say nearly 4 percent of subway riders do not pay fares. Some cannot afford it, but are others protesting poor service?

Well : Even a Little Weight Training May Cut the Risk of Heart Attack and Stroke

Weight training might not just improve your physique — it might help build a healthier heart, too.
What Brings U.S. Presidents Together? Often, Their Funerals

What Brings U.S. Presidents Together? Often, Their Funerals

A gathering of former presidents at Richard Nixon’s funeral in 1994. If all five attend President George Bush’s funeral on Wednesday, it will be one of a small number of times that this many of them

On the Front Porch, Black Life in Full View

A look at how a simple architectural fixture has played a role in African-American culture.
The 52 Places Traveler: Japan Offers Lessons in Eating, Walking and Bridging the Distance

The 52 Places Traveler: Japan Offers Lessons in Eating, Walking and Bridging the Distance

From top right: Lantern floats used in parades at the Wajima Kiriko Art Museum on the Noto Peninsula; terraced rice paddies, also on the peninsula; street scene in Kinosaki, which is famous for snow
In the Age of Trump, Can Scandal Still Sink a Politician?

In the Age of Trump, Can Scandal Still Sink a Politician?

Representative Duncan Hunter was indicted on charges of misusing campaign funds for personal use this year, and was re-elected in November.
Disputed North Carolina Race May Hinge on a Shadowy Operative

Disputed North Carolina Race May Hinge on a Shadowy Operative

State regulators in North Carolina have refused to certify the preliminary results of a House race that showed the Republican nominee, Mark Harris, right, with a 905-vote edge over Dan McCready, left,
Bad Landlord? These Coders Are Here to Help

Bad Landlord? These Coders Are Here to Help

Dan Kass uses his coding skills to build software that could help tenants in New York City.
At Art Basel Miami Beach, a Revamped Venue and a Focused Program

At Art Basel Miami Beach, a Revamped Venue and a Focused Program

The Miami Beach Convention Center has a refreshed look with about 500 angled aluminum fins intended to evoke waves.