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The authorities have identified the 3 sailors killed in the attack at a military base in Pensacola. “The sorrow from the tragic event on NAS Pensacola will have a lasting impact on our installation and community,” said the commanding officer of the base.

The $120,000 banana taped at Art Basel Miami has been removed from its booth early because “the installation caused several uncontrollable crowd movements,” the artist Maurizio Cattelan's gallery said

“Technically, yes, there have always been moms, but motherhood as a lively public conversation — a set of references, jokes, warring factions, cliches and grievances — has existed for just a little over a decade,” writes Kathryn Jezer-Morton

Sunday's week 14 action of the NFL season is about to kick off. Become a playoff picture expert and explore the @UpshotNYT  analysis of which teams have the best chance to make the postseason.

In Opinion The Editorial Board writes, “The ozone layer is healing. That’s worth remembering as we struggle, often despairingly, to find common ground in the battle against climate change.”

Louisiana State, Ohio State, Clemson and Oklahoma made the College Football Playoff. Here’s a rundown of the matchups.

Hundreds of thousands of people poured into Hong Kong’s major thoroughfares for an authorized march meant to coincide with the United Nations’ Human Rights Day

After Kamala Harris’s departure from the U.S. presidential race, the people who saw their own paths reflected in hers are thinking about what comes next

At least 43 people were killed Sunday when one of the worst fires in recent memory in New Delhi broke out in a cramped, commercial neighborhood, officials said. “This is the second-biggest fire in Delhi’s history,” New Delhi’s chief fire officer said.

Caroll Spinney, who played the sweet-natured Big Bird on “Sesame Street,” died at 85. He also gave Oscar the Grouch his misanthropic personality.

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President Trump has sold himself as a self-made billionaire but a Times investigation found that he received more than $400 million from his father’s empire, much of it through dubious tax schemes during the 1990s, including instances of outright fraud.

China has detained up to a million Muslims, a campaign it calls a benevolent and routine effort against the pull of extremism. But 403 pages of Communist Party documents we obtained reveal how officials plotted to carry out a ruthless, coercive clampdown.

What music do Americans love the most? We made a playlist for each neighborhood.

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The “Queer Eye” star Jonathan Van Ness opens up to The New York Times about being an addict, a sexual abuse survivor and H.I.V. positive

Greta Thunberg speaks at the UN climate summit: "You all come to us young people for hope? How dare you!" Read more:

During the Iraq War, U.S. troops found thousands of chemical weapons. The war's untold story:

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In an open letter aimed at Mark Zuckerberg and his top lieutenants, Facebook employees decried the company’s policy of allowing politicians to post any claim, even false ones, in ads, saying it was “a threat to what FB stands for”

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