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  1. How Charity Groups Are Using ‘Radical Hospitality’ to Feed Needy Diners“Plating the dishes, serving people at the table, and replacing a fork are all genuine and basic gestures that can give life to a dialogue.”
    How Chefs Are Embracing the Power of the ‘Instagram Juggernaut’Chefs say the social-media platform’s marketing value outweighs any photography concerns they may have previously had.
  3. the environment
    Obama Names New National Monuments in the WestThe president has so far put 548 million acres of land and water under federal protection.
  4. border wall
    New York Times: Corrupt U.S. Border Agents a Boon for SmugglersIn the last decade, hundreds of Homeland Security workers have accepted millions in bribes.
  5. scary things
    A Bag of Toys Prompted Today’s Evacuation of Trump TowerTrump himself is still at his estate in Florida.
  6. the holidays
    Massive Public Brawls in Shopping Centers Becoming an American Holiday TraditionHuge fights involving hundreds of teenagers broke out at malls in more than a dozen states.
  7. early and often
    Paul Ryan Introduces New Rules Banning Lawmaker LivestreamingAn apparent response to Democrats Periscoping a June sit-in.
  8. global arms bazaar
    America Still No. 1 … in Global Weapons SalesWe’re responsible for half the world’s arms sales.
  9. the holidays
    Panic Seizes New Jersey Mall After Shooting ScareIt turns out the “gunshot” was actually somebody throwing a chair.
  10. early and often
    Trump Communications Director Resigns Amid Allegations of AffairA Trump aide referred to Miller as “the 2016 version of John Edwards.”
  11. crimes and misdemeanors
    Judge Gives Go-ahead to $25 Million University Settlement“I don’t settle cases, I win cases,” said Trump in March.
  12. awful things
    Death Toll Still Climbing After Explosion Engulfs Major Mexican Firework MarketAt least 27 people are dead and 70 have been injured.
  13. crimes and misdemeanors
    Obama Intends to Transfer 17 or 18 Guantánamo Detainees Before Leaving OfficeThe president also announced he’s pardoning another 78 people, and commuting 153 convicts’ sentences.
  14. police brutality
    New Orleans to Pay $13.3 Million to Settle Katrina Police Brutality CasesThe mayor apologized and vowed, “We are going to change as a people and we are going to change as a city.”
  15. aleppo
    U.N. Monitors Head to Syria As Mass Evacuations ContinueViolence sidelined the deal earlier, but it appears to be back in effect.
  16. crimes and misdemeanors
    White Supremacist Gets 30 Years for Anti-Muslim Death-Ray PlotHe described himself as a cross between Darth Vader and Forrest Gump.
  17. early and often
    Meet Ronna Romney McDaniel, the Next Head of the Republican National CommitteeThe Trump loyalist (and relative of Mitt) has been credited with helping Trump carry Michigan.
  18. early and often
    Trump Team Distances Itself From Controversial Climate-Change EmailThe transition team had asked for a list of names of scientists at the Department of Energy who attended meetings on global warming.
  19. Julia Ioffe Finished at Politico Over Obscene Trump TweetShe will still keep her new job at The Atlantic.
  20. yemen
    U.S. Blocks Saudi Arms Purchase Over Yemen Civilian DeathsWe’ll still sell them helicopters, provide intelligence, and help train their pilots.
  21. Stephen Miller Will Be Trump’s Senior Policy AdviserThe 30-year-old is a populist firebrand, and an outspoken conspiracy-theory booster.
  22. conspiracy theories
    Low-Flying Military Aircraft Spooks ManhattanThe New York National Guard is claiming that the flight was part of a training exercise.
  23. bomb scares
    Lufthansa Flight Diverted to JFK After ‘Credible’ Bomb ThreatAll passengers deplaned safely, and the bomb squad cleared the plane after its search.
  24. early and often
    Trump Vows to Make ‘No New Deals’ While in Office, Which Doesn’t Solve ConflictsHe canceled an upcoming press conference on his business plans, but promised to hold one “in the near future.”
  25. Oakland Fire Likely Caused by an Overloaded Electrical SystemThe Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms is expected to announce the findings of their investigation on Tuesday.
  26. early and often
    House Intelligence Committee Chairman: No New Probe on Russian Election MeddlingDevin Nunes doesn’t think we need another probe into election meddling, but he will be keeping a close eye on Barack Obama.
  27. international affairs
    ISIS Retakes the Ancient Syrian City of PalmyraSyrian government forces took control of the historic city in March, but now ISIS has reclaimed it once again.
  28. early and often
    Bolton Says That Election Hacks Could Be the Work of the Obama Administration“We just don’t know.”
  29. awful things
    At Least 25 Killed in Egypt Cathedral BlastThe bomb, packed with shrapnel, tore through a women’s worship hall at one of Cairo’s more important Coptic churches.
  30. taxes
    Portland Will Make Companies With Overpaid CEOs Shell Out More in TaxesCorporations with executives who make more than 100 times what their workers do will be subject to a surtax.
  31. police shootings
    Knife-Wielding Nevada Teen Shot by Campus Police OfficerThe 14-year-old is in critical condition.
  32. crimes and misdemeanors
    Two Juveniles Charged With Arson Over Deadly Tennessee WildfiresAuthorities are considering trying the pair in adult court.
  33. awful things
    Scores Dead After Undersea Earthquake Strikes IndonesiaThere is no danger of a tsunami.
  34. racism
    Hundreds Protest White Supremacist’s Speech at Texas A&MThey were met by police in riot gear.
  35. Obama Warns Against Reversing Security Strategy, Trump Says That’s His PlanTheir respective national security advisers are set to meet at the White House on Wednesday.
  36. early and often
    The Pentagon Reportedly Wasted $125 Billion, Then Hid the EvidenceAn internally commissioned report found that the Defense Department could save billions without layoffs, but the Pentagon opted not to alert Congress.
  37. the sports section
    LeBron James, Cleveland Cavaliers Teammates Refuse to Stay in Trump HotelsThe team will find alternate accommodations for players who are boycotting the Trump Soho this week.
  38. awful things
    36 Confirmed Dead in Oakland Inferno As D.A. Mulls Criminal ChargesThe fire was among the most deadly in California’s modern history.
  39. crimes and misdemeanors
    NYPD Seeks NBA Star Matt Barnes After Chelsea Nightclub AssaultBarnes has been accused of choking a woman and punching two people who tried to come between them while out partying on Sunday night.
  40. crimes and misdemeanors
    Charleston Shooter Dylann Roof Changes Mind, Wants His Lawyers BackNow he only wants to represent himself for sentencing.
  41. international affairs
    Italy’s Prime Minister Resigns After Referendum DefeatHis departure represents a resounding win for Europe’s right-wing populists and Eurosceptics.
  42. conspiracy theories
    Gunman Detained at D.C. Pizzeria Was Investigating Clinton Conspiracy TheoryThe incident has heightened fears that an absurd fake-news story may now lead to real-world danger.
  43. dakota access pipeline
    Thousands of Veterans Will Form a Human Shield Around Standing Rock ProtestorsMore than 2,000 veterans will take over the front lines this weekend to give long-term demonstrators “a moment of peace.”
  44. early and often
    House Passes Sweeping, Controversial Health Innovation BillIt means big changes for the National Institutes of Health and the Food and Drug Administration, and not everyone is pleased.
  45. cybercrime
    The FBI Just Gained Sweeping New Hacking PowersNow judges can give investigators permission to access millions of devices anywhere in the country.
  46. protests
    More Than 100 Arrested in Nationwide Minimum-Wage ProtestsThousands took to the streets in the first major Fight for $15 action since Donald Trump won the election.
  47. early and often
    Al Gore Says the Time Has Come to Kill the Electoral College“It’s pathetic how our system is not working today.”
  48. crimes and misdemeanors
    Former Officer Who Shot Walter Scott Testifies in Murder Trial“My family has been destroyed by this,” said Michael Slager. “The Scott family has been destroyed by this … it’s horrible.”
  49. early and often
    Gingrich Thinks Trump Shouldn’t ‘Randomly Tweet’ — or Hold Press ConferencesHe thinks the president should answer handpicked questions from the public instead.
  50. plane crash
    Plane Carrying a Brazilian Soccer Team Crashes in ColombiaOfficials say there are at least six survivors.
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