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December 9, 2018

Done With Michael Cohen, Federal Prosecutors Shift Focus to Trump Family Business
Prosecutors say President Trump organized illegal payments to two women during the presidential campaign. Now they want to know if he and Mr. Cohen acted alone.... More >>

Michael Cohen Wanted to Cooperate in His Own Way. Prosecutors Had Other Ideas.
It seems Mr. Cohen offered to provide just enough information to make a bid for leniency, but nothing more about his or others’ activities.... More >>

Highlights of Comey Testimony: He Likes Mueller, but They’re Not Best Friends
A transcript of the remarks of James B. Comey, the former F.B.I. director, before two House committees on Friday was released. We break it down.... More >>

Wall St. Faces Stomach-Churning Swings as Economic Uncertainty Grows
For stock investors in the United States, the political and economic outlooks have suddenly become ominous. More volatility could be in store this week.... More >>

China Tries to Balance Anger Over Huawei Arrest With Warmer Trade Ties
China is pushing hard for the release of a tech executive, while still trying to follow up on President Trump’s recent truce in trade frictions.... More >>

Nick Ayers, Aide to Pence, Declines Offer to Be Trump’s Chief of Staff
The decision leaves it unclear who will take the top West Wing job as President Trump confronts the fight of his political life.... More >>

Shutdown Looms and Priorities Stack Up as Congress Races Toward Session’s End
The largest impasse in a must-pass spending package is funding for President Trump’s wall, but lawmakers are looking at rolling in an array of other legislation.... More >>

A Cold War Arms Treaty Is Unraveling. But the Problem Is Much Bigger.
Instead of trying to renegotiate the I.N.F. treaty to embrace countries like China that now have the weapons covered by the accord, the United States wants to build up its forces to counter Beijing.... More >>

Theresa May Tried to Lead Britain to a Brexit Compromise. Was It Too Late?
Devoid of bombast and uninterested in personal power, she could have been the perfect messenger. But an early focus on satisfying hard-liners might have been her undoing.... More >>

With Brexit Vote Looming, Britons on Both Sides Rally in London
Protesters from Britain’s right and left took to the streets on Sunday, offering starkly different visions of the country’s future as the government scrambled to salvage its plan for exiting the European Union.... More >>

In Britain, a Team Effort to Help Local News Survive
To support local newspapers and news sites, the salaries of nearly 150 reporters are being paid through Britain’s TV license fee, which finances the BBC.... More >>

The Wooing of Jared Kushner: How the Saudis Got a Friend in the White House
The crown prince of Saudi Arabia cultivated Mr. Kushner’s friendship. The benefits to the U.S. are uncertain but it has paid off well for the Saudis.... More >>

Heavy Early Snow Smacks the Southeast, Knocking Out Power and Snarling Travel
Virginia and North Carolina declared states of emergency as thousands of customers lost electricity. Many people heeded warnings to stay off slick roads, but there were still hundreds of accidents.... More >>

‘Mammoth’ Storm Hits Southeast
A winter storm that had already dropped nearly a foot of snow in Texas led to the cancellation of more than 1,300 flights in the Carolinas, where hundreds of thousands of customers have lost power.... More >>

Countdown to the Brexit Vote: Your Monday Briefing
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.... More >>

The War on Truth Spreads
Democratically elected leaders borrow from the anti-press playbook of dictators and tyrants.... More >>

The Corporate Donors Behind a Republican Power Grab
Walgreens and other major companies are key supporters of the Wisconsin legislators now trying to undermine democracy.... More >>

Surviving a Criminal Presidency
No one is above the law in America.... More >>

T.M. Landry and the Tragedy of Viral Success Stories
We focus on outliers and ignore systemic injustice.... More >>

Is Listening to a Book the Same Thing as Reading It?
Each is best suited to different purposes, and neither is superior.... More >>

Rediscovering My Daughter Through Instagram
Paulina was as remote as a 15-year-old could be. And then I saw her photography.... More >>

Hate Amazon? Try Living Without It
My dad was a longtime labor activist. He despises what Jeff Bezos built, but he can’t quit it.... More >>

The Torture of Dressing for Your Office Holiday Party
What does “festive dressy” even mean?... More >>

Why Does Paul Manafort Lie?
To boast, to flatter, to deceive others, to deceive himself, out of habit — or perhaps just because.... More >>

Exposures: A Photographer Goes Missing in China
Lu Guang’s images have shown the world China’s dark side.... More >>

letters: What’s Missing in the Immigrant Story Is Due Process
Readers discuss aspects of the problem, including asylum and health care in detention.... More >>

Lens: In Ethiopia, Visual Storytelling From a Deeper Perspective
Addis Foto Fest, founded by photographer Aida Muluneh, aims to give photographers from Africa a platform to capture the cultural complexities and diverse histories of the countries they call home.... More >>

Essay: ‘Change Your Life,’ the Poet Says, and a Rural Idyll Offers a Tantalizing Choice
A Brooklyn novelist’s annual trip to the Chilean countryside fuels daydreams of permanently moving. But peace and quiet can be so, well, exasperating.... More >>

Books News: A New Book About Mussolini Is Provoking a Debate Over His Legacy
Antonio Scurati, the author of “M,” sees his book as an anti-fascist history lesson disguised as a novel. Others disagree.... More >>

‘Appalling’ Video Shows the Police Yanking 1-Year-Old From His Mother’s Arms
An incident involving a woman in a Brooklyn food stamp office has led to a social media outcry for an explanation from the Police Department.... More >>

‘Aquaman’ Is Already a Box Office Titan
The superhero movie took in $94 million in China, validating a risky distribution strategy. It arrives in the United States and Canada on Dec. 21.... More >>

On Pro Football: Patriots Were One Step From the Top. Then the Unthinkable Happened.
The Patriots were winning. The Chiefs were losing. A miracle play turned it all upside down.... More >>

Manhattan Science Teacher Safely Lands Plane on New Jersey Golf Course
Jonas De Leon made an emergency landing on Sunday on the ninth hole of a Paramus, N.J., golf course. No one on board was seriously injured, the police said.... More >>

On Soccer: In a Transplanted Final, Even the Copa Libertadores Is Sanitized
The game, moved from Argentina after fan violence forced a postponement, retained its drama but not all the color of a true South American championship.... More >>

Rosanell Eaton, Fierce Voting Rights Advocate, Dies at 97
Calling her an unsung hero, President Barack Obama praised her and others for refusing “to accept anything less than a full measure of equality.”... More >>

News Analysis: Why N.Y. Lawmakers Think They Deserve a $50,000 Raise
A special committee has recommended a $50,000 raise by 2021, coupled with a cap on outside income.... More >>

‘Deal or No Deal’ Gets a Revival, but Should Its Bevy of 26 Models?
Series like “Deal” encapsulate the paradox of the modern game-show model gig: a stiletto-heeled foot in the door that also reinforces stereotypes.... More >>

Tear Gas Still Lingering, France’s President to Address the Nation
Support for the Yellow Vests’ sometimes violent opposition to France’s high taxes and stagnant wages showed little sign of waning.... More >>

Why You Start Things You’ll Never Finish
One solution: Start fewer things.... More >>

This Robin in a Sun Hat (and the Government) Want You to Stay Safe This Holiday Season
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission’s approach to social media is designed to save lives and get laughs at the same time. Here are its best holiday safety tips.... More >>

Frugal Traveler: Basking in the Sun This Winter, for Less
Tips and strategies for singles and families who want to enjoy warm weather on a sandy beach or on the deck of a cruise ship, and still not pay too much.... More >>

5 Cheap(ish) Things to Pamper Yourself With
You deserve it.... More >>

Anatomy of a Scene: Watch Julia Roberts Move From Joy to Panic in ‘Ben Is Back’
Peter Hedges narrates a sequence from his film featuring Roberts and Lucas Hedges.... More >>

Grace Notes: The Warm-up Master of Amateur Night at the Apollo Is Retiring. Wait, He Changed His Mind.
Joe Gray, who revs up the audience at the open-mic talent show, made plans to quit at age 69. Then he did an about-face.... More >>

Lens: An Intimate Exploration of a Queer Love Story
Jake Naughton and Juan Anibal Sosa Iglesias reflect on joy, love and loss in their relationship through their collaborative photo book “When We Were Strangers.”... More >>

The Airports of the Future Have Arrived
Two of the biggest airports in the world — Istanbul and Beijing — aim to make travel easier and faster for the passengers who use them.... More >>

Nonfiction: A New Story Collection and a Memoir by Lucia Berlin, Patron Saint of Soulful Cool
In “Evening in Paradise,” a volume of short stories, and “Welcome Home,” a memoir unfinished at her death, the cult writer cements her status as a revered chronicler of America’s lost corners.... More >>

At War: My Husband Was Hurt by an I.E.D. The Lasting Injury Was to Our Family.
After my husband suffered a traumatic brain injury while deployed in Afghanistan, our family was never the same.... More >>

Trilobites: Devoted Dads of the Amphibian World
The males of an obscure frog species in Borneo faithfully tend their eggs, undistracted by new mates.... More >>

Ask Well: Do Cruciferous Vegetables Really Fight Cancer?
You cannot go wrong incorporating a lot of cruciferous vegetables, which include broccoli and brussels sprouts as well as dark leafy greens like kale and arugula, in your diet.... More >>


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