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A China Hawk Gains Prominence as Trump Confronts Xi on Trade

A China Hawk Gains Prominence as Trump Confronts Xi on Trade

Michael Pillsbury has spent years trying to understand China’s motivations. His dark view has made him one of President Trump’s top advisers on how to interact with Beijing.
Whitaker’s Ascent at Justice Dept. Surprised Investigators of Firm Accused of Fraud

Whitaker’s Ascent at Justice Dept. Surprised Investigators of Firm Accused of Fraud

Matthew G. Whitaker, the acting attorney general, sat on the board of a Miami company investigated by the Federal Trade Commission over accusations that it defrauded thousands of customers.
Agency Pulls Back on Its Warning Against Talk of ‘Resistance’ in Federal Workplaces

Agency Pulls Back on Its Warning Against Talk of ‘Resistance’ in Federal Workplaces

After criticism of its guidance on discussion of impeachment and “resistance,” an independent government agency issued a clarification.
Kareem Hunt Is Cut by the Chiefs After a Video Showed Him Attacking a Woman

Kareem Hunt Is Cut by the Chiefs After a Video Showed Him Attacking a Woman

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt has helped propel the team to first place in its division, but a video of an altercation with a woman could put his status in doubt.

ISIS Official Known for Caging Foes Is Captured by Iraq

The captured operative was a midlevel official best known for having paraded captured Kurdish soldiers in cages.
Carlos Ghosn Can Remain in Tokyo Jail for 10 More Days

Carlos Ghosn Can Remain in Tokyo Jail for 10 More Days

A news program featuring the former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn, left, and Greg Kelly, his former chief of staff, in Tokyo on Friday.
Homeland Security Dept. Request Would Keep Troops on Border Through January

Homeland Security Dept. Request Would Keep Troops on Border Through January

Soldiers on Thanksgiving at Base Camp Donna in Texas. The mission’s current end date is Dec. 15.
North Carolina Election That Looked to Be Republican Victory Now in Limbo

North Carolina Election That Looked to Be Republican Victory Now in Limbo

Mark Harris, a Republican and Southern Baptist preacher, is leading his Democratic opponent by 905 votes.
A Close Race, a Mysterious Ballot and Control of Alaska’s House at Stake

A Close Race, a Mysterious Ballot and Control of Alaska’s House at Stake

A ballot from a tied state House race was found without an envelope in Juneau, Alaska.
Brexit, Borders, and the Bank of England (Wonkish)

Brexit, Borders, and the Bank of England (Wonkish)

The Bank of England's report on the economic consequences of Brexit included some very negative scenarios.

Aaron Klug, 92, Dies; His 3-D Images of Bodily Molecules Won a Nobel

Born in Lithuania, raised in South Africa and working in Britain, he made large strides in understanding the structure of proteins, DNA and more.
A Famous Alpha Wolf’s Daughter, Spitfire, Is Killed by a Hunter

A Famous Alpha Wolf’s Daughter, Spitfire, Is Killed by a Hunter

926F, a wild wolf in Yellowstone, in the late fall of 2016. Like her mother, she was killed by a hunter.
Harry Leslie Smith, ‘World’s Oldest Rebel,’ Is Dead at 95

Harry Leslie Smith, ‘World’s Oldest Rebel,’ Is Dead at 95

Harry Leslie Smith at the Calais Jungle migrant encampment in France in 2016. Mr. Smith spent the last years of his life touring refugee camps in Europe and railing against President Trump.
Dodging Friends, Chased by Legal Troubles, Trump Navigates G-20

Dodging Friends, Chased by Legal Troubles, Trump Navigates G-20

President Trump with other leaders on Friday in Buenos Aires, including President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia, left, and Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman of Saudi Arabia.
Do You Know What You’re Breathing?

Do You Know What You’re Breathing?

A man on the streets of Sacramento in November.
Missionary’s Killing Reignites Debate About Isolated Tribes: Contact, Support or Stay Away?

Missionary’s Killing Reignites Debate About Isolated Tribes: Contact, Support or Stay Away?

A tribesman aiming his bow at an Indian helicopter in 2004, as it flew over North Sentinel Island, home to the isolated Sentinelese.