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Bill Snyder, a 2-Time Rebuilder at Kansas State, Retires Again

Bill Snyder, a 2-Time Rebuilder at Kansas State, Retires Again

Coach Bill Snyder, center, leaving the field after Kansas State’s season-ending loss to Iowa State on Nov. 24.
U.S.-China Trade Truce Gives Both Sides Political Breathing Room

U.S.-China Trade Truce Gives Both Sides Political Breathing Room

President Trump and President Xi Jinping of China at their working dinner in Buenos Aires on Saturday night. Their temporary truce is more a political agreement than a substantive one.

Retro Report: For Shame: A Brief History of the Perp Walk

It’s an old ritual with a new twist: Walk a suspect in handcuffs past a fevered crowd armed with cameras and microphones. Even Mother Teresa would look bad.

Lawmakers Discuss Deal to Push Back Shutdown Deadline While Mourning Bush

With President Trump’s apparent blessing, lawmakers are considering a one- or two-week spending bill to set aside negotiations until after former President George Bush’s funeral.
El Chapo’s Early Days as a Budding Kingpin

El Chapo’s Early Days as a Budding Kingpin

Joaquín Guzmán Loera, known as El Chapo, built an empire by using new smuggling techniques, according to testimony from two high-profile witnesses.
Ken Berry, Star of ‘F Troop’ and ‘Mama’s Family,’ Dies at 85

Ken Berry, Star of ‘F Troop’ and ‘Mama’s Family,’ Dies at 85

Ken Berry as Captain Wilton Parmenter in the series “F Troop.”
Critic’s Pick: Review: Rennie Harris’s ‘Lazarus’ Asks Big Questions at Ailey

Critic’s Pick: Review: Rennie Harris’s ‘Lazarus’ Asks Big Questions at Ailey

Daniel Harder of Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater performing in “Lazarus,” by Rennie Harris, making its debut at New York City Center.
Despite Big House Losses, G.O.P. Shows No Signs of Course Correction

Despite Big House Losses, G.O.P. Shows No Signs of Course Correction

Representative Kevin McCarthy, third from right, was elected minority leader with little debate. Republicans have not confronted why their once-loyal base of suburban supporters abandoned the party
Comey Reaches Agreement With Republicans to Testify Behind Closed Doors

Comey Reaches Agreement With Republicans to Testify Behind Closed Doors

James B. Comey, the former director of the F.B.I., has reached an agreement with Republican lawmakers to testify privately.

‘Yellow Vest’ Protests Turn Violent in Paris

A day after protesters torched cars and damaged buildings in the French capital, President Emmanuel Macron surveyed the damage and weighed imposing a state of emergency.
The Future Is Bright for the Video Games of Yesterday

The Future Is Bright for the Video Games of Yesterday

“We put our quarters on the top of the machines to play the game. We would play for hours,” said Scott Bachrach, now the chief executive of Tastemakers, which is recreating the arcade experience.
‘The Favourite’ Shines on a Quiet Box-Office Weekend

‘The Favourite’ Shines on a Quiet Box-Office Weekend

Initial ticket sales for “The Favourite,” starring Rachel Weisz, left, and Olivia Colman, have been on par with those for the indie hit “Lady Bird.”
Found: Lovebirds Who Lost Engagement Ring Down a Times Square Grate

Found: Lovebirds Who Lost Engagement Ring Down a Times Square Grate

Police officers retrieved the ring from under a sidewalk grate on Saturday, but the couple had already returned home to England.
College Football Playoff: Alabama vs. Oklahoma; Clemson vs. Notre Dame

College Football Playoff: Alabama vs. Oklahoma; Clemson vs. Notre Dame

Oklahoma, led by Kyler Murray, grabbed the fourth spot in the College Football Playoff.
Macron Returns to Turmoil, as France Weighs State of Emergency

Macron Returns to Turmoil, as France Weighs State of Emergency

Workers cleaning graffiti off the Arc de Triomphe. Much of it appeared to target Mr. Macron.
The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story

The Patrician President and the Reporterette: A Screwball Story

George H.W. Bush celebrating his 85th birthday in a tandem jump with the Army’s Golden Knight parachute team in Kennebunkport, Me. He repeated the feat on his 90th birthday.
Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again.

Israeli Police Urge Bribery and Fraud Charges Against Netanyahu. Again.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, center, in Jerusalem last week, has denied the accusations of bribery.
Grace Notes: Einstein’s ‘God Letter,’ a Viral Missive From 1954

Grace Notes: Einstein’s ‘God Letter,’ a Viral Missive From 1954

Peter Klarnet, a senior specialist in manuscripts at Christie’s, with a letter Einstein wrote criticizing religion that will be auctioned on Tuesday.