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By: ALEXANDER BURNS and...

Doug Jones, a former prosecutor, defeated scandal-scarred Roy S. Moore for the Senate seat once held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

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Fast Company
By: Mark Sullivan

Moore may have lost the votes of Alabamians who agreed with his agenda, but balked at his morally questionable actions and statements. The Democrat Doug Jones has defeated Republican Roy Moore for the open Alabama Senate seat. Jones’s victory ...

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Fortune
By: Reuters

He is the first Democrat elected to the U.S. Senate from Alabama in a quarter-century.

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Billboard
By: Billboard Staff

It's official: Democrat Doug Jones defeated Republican Roy Moore in the Alabama Senate special election in what many pundits are calling a major...

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Republican Roy Moore and Democrat Doug Jones face off in the Alabama Senate election.

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By: ALEX BURNS and CAMPBELL...

As a prosecutor and defense lawyer, Mr. Jones played a role in some of his state’s biggest cases, putting him in a position to make electoral history.

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The Basketball Hall of Famer and Alabama native supported the Democrat Monday.

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Doug Jones counting on African-American turnout in Alabama Senate election

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It's a big day for both Alabama and the Jones family.

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The former U.S. attorney defeated Trump-backed Republican Roy Moore.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Government workers can no longer use it.

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Tech Crunch
By: Taylor Hatmaker

 Capping off months of controversy, espionage claims and international intrigue, the U.S. government ban on Kaspersky Lab software has been signed into law. The ban, wedged into the Fiscal Year 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA),...

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Cnet
By: Steven Musil

The antivirus software prohibited on US government networks due to concerns of Russian government influence.

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By: MARGARET LYONS

The Golden Globe nominations came out this morning and on the TV side, there were some snazzy out-there choices, along with some snubs.

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By: JENNIFER SCHUESSLER

The Harry Ransom Center in Texas has digitized and made available roughly half of the novelist’s archive, including a draft of an unpublished memoir.

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By: GARRY TRUDEAU

Cullen Murphy recounts his coming-of-age among the elites of American illustration.

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By: JESSE GREEN

In Lucy Kirkwood’s chilling play, the meltdown of a nuclear power plant is not just an environmental crisis, but an existential one.

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By: AUSTIN RAMZY

Hua Yong, a painter, has shot and posted online dozens of videos documenting the forced removal of thousands of migrant workers from Beijing.

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By: JOHN OTIS

Kristian Hidalgo, 24, aims to push through the pain, aches and fatigue of his illnesses while paying off his student debt.

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One day after a would-be suicide attacker set off a bomb in a New York City subway tunnel, locals were already back to using it. Here's a look inside.

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By: KEVIN ROOSE

Our columnist predicted in 2013 that Bitcoin, then a new digital currency, would soon die. He points to five assumptions he got wrong.

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By: CONOR DOUGHERTY

For many Californians, natural disasters are a moment to take stock and rethink the dream. But in the end, it almost always comes down to cost.

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By: AURELIEN BREEDEN and...

Leaders, businesspeople and investors from around the world gathered near Paris at the invitation of the French president, who warned “we are losing the battle” against climate change.

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By: GARDINER HARRIS

On Tuesday, Rex W. Tillerson discussed the future of the embassy in a speech at the State Department and then took questions from department employees.

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By: MICHAEL WILSON

The passageway between busy subway lines in Times Square, often crowded shoulder to shoulder, became the destination of a would-be suicide bomber.

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By: STEVEN ERLANGER

Leaders who don’t like to be criticized or investigated have embraced the term. Scholars fear that it further erodes trust in democracy.

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By: VALERIYA SAFRONOVA

The actress and comic has opened for Chris Rock, and her HBO show is a hit. But after a set at Carolines she recalled leaner times.

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By: NELL McSHANE WULFHART

This modern resort in Patagonia is relatively undiscovered, but the slopes can be stunning. And it’s close to a charming town with great empanadas.

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By: REBECCA GRIESBACH

He is a symbol of the way injustices fester and grow.

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By: KAREN ZRAICK and DAVID...

Here’s what you need to know at the end of the day.

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By: JUSTIN WOLFERS

Numbers are not always reliable, and politics get in the way. Here is advice from an expert on the most solid sources for tracking the economic debate.

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By: JAMES GORMAN

Orangutans who were raised around people in safe environments are more curious and score better on cognitive tests.

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By: SOMINI SENGUPTA

Globally, we throw out about a third of all food. That matters a lot in the fight against hunger, but reducing waste could also help cut greenhouse gas emissions.

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By: ALEXANDER BURNS

Republicans made a lengthy list of errors, giving Democrats an opening well before Roy Moore was accused of sexual misbehavior.

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By: TARIRO MZEZEWA

Criticizing the singer for promoting “poverty porn” hurts people the world has forgotten.

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By: DARA E. PURVIS

Professors should refuse to send students to a problematic judge and publicly explain why.

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By: NORA GORDON

Congressional Republicans are going to make it more difficult for states to address inequality in public education.

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By: GRETCHEN REYNOLDS

A single session of exercise may change the molecular workings of fat tissue in ways that, over time, should improve metabolic health.

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By: CECILIA KANG, DAISUKE...

While some technology companies used their websites to proclaim support for equal internet access, some of the giants, including Google and Microsoft, laid low.

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By: ALAN COWELL

The South African prisons authorities said the altercation at Atteridgeville Correctional Center would be investigated and that “appropriate action” would be taken.

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By: JEFFREY GETTLEMAN and...

Conservative social groups pressured the government to crack down on the commercials, saying they were inappropriate for children.

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By: JEMAR TISBY

The story about the opening of the museums is also the story of the civil rights movement.

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By: KATIE KIRK

I’m shocked to see friends and relatives support a credibly accused sexual predator, all because he’s a Republican.

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By: ANNA DUBENKO

Writers from across the political spectrum on the contentious Senate race in Alabama.

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By: CHARLES McDERMID

Here’s what you need to know to start your day.

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By: GIA KOURLAS

Kota Yamazaki and his wife, the dancer Mina Nishimura, talk about their new work coming to Baryshnikov Arts Center.

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By: REGGIE UGWU

With a Golden Globe nomination for “The Disaster Artist,” the actor, director and recent “SNL” host talks about making a good movie about a bad one, and the wave of sexual harassment allegations in Hollywood.

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By: MARIAN RYAN

My diagnosis won’t keep me away from the city streets and the sweet energy that’s found there, even if someday I “walk” by dint of wheels.

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By: JEFFREY FRANK

David Goldfield’s “The Gifted Generation” explains the importance of government.

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By: JOSEPHINE SEDGWICK and...

How to speak your love briefly. How to heal from trauma. How to stop thinking and start doing. Here's what you, our readers, taught us this year.

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By: ROBIN POGREBIN

The accusations, spanning decades, come after a sexual harassment claim against Mr. Martins.

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By: ALAN RAPPEPORT and...

Senator John Cornyn said a deal to reconcile the House and Senate tax bills could be reached on Tuesday.

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By: EDUARDO PORTER

Cutting taxes is mostly an exercise in slicing the economic pie a different way, not making it bigger, with gains for a few offset by losses for many.

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By: JULIA MOSKIN and KIM...

Ten women employees say they were sexually harassed by the owner of the Spotted Pig. Dozens described it as a toxic workplace fueled by fame and fear.

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By: KEVIN ROOSE

Hard-right activists, censored and banned by Twitter and Facebook, tried to create their own digital services. But they appear to have hit obstacles.

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By: BRENDAN I. KOERNER

Michael Kodas’s “Megafire” and Edward Struzik’s “Firestorm” analyse the misguided history and dire results of America’s wildfire management policy.

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By: MANOHLA DARGIS

With charm and wit, the latest “Star Wars” movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

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Cnet
By: Mike Sorrentino

Luke Skywalker is full of angst and his island is full of porgs. What the heck is a porg? Let's examine all the clues about the upcoming movie.

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Tricia Barr

While Star Wars: The Last Jedi introduces fans to some intriguing new characters, including Rose Tico (Kelly Marie Tran) and Vice Admiral Amilyn Holdo (Laura Dern), it also delivers on the creature side of the franchise. The adorable porgs have...

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Fortune
By: Tom Huddleston Jr.

Critics have good things to say about the latest 'Star Wars' movie.

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Cnet
By: Richard Trenholm

Spoiler-free review: Heart-rending yet seriously funny, director Rian Johnson's visually stunning addition to the beloved franchise will be hard to top.

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Tech Crunch
By: Anthony Ha

 One of the most common ways to praise a new Star Wars movie is to claim that it’s the best one since The Empire Strikes Back. But sometimes the clichés are accurate. And I have to say it: The Last Jedi is the best Star Wars movie since...

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Popsugar Celebrity
By: Kelsie Gibson

Even the cast of Star Wars: The Last Jedi knows that fans have a lot of questions about the upcoming installment. While they are sworn to secrecy on spoilers, they did reveal a few of your burning questions about the franchise during a recent...

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Fast Company
By: Daniel Terdiman

Featuring lots of bravery, incredible evil, plenty of Luke, and the final on-screen moments of Carrie Fisher, Rian Johnson’s new film is a lot of fun. Warning: Spoilers ahead.Read Full Story

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By: MUJIB MASHAL

Opponents of the increasingly isolated Ashraf Ghani are holding rallies, issuing ultimatums and calling for a tribal referendum on his performance in office.

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By: AL BAKER and BENJAMIN...

The suspect, Akayed Ullah, is accused of detonating a bomb in a Midtown Manhattan subway walkway. Mr. Ullah was the only one seriously injured in the blast.

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The 27-year-old suspect, Akayed Ullah, was badly injured from the explosion.

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By: DAVID LEONHARDT

Also: More on Susan Collins’s mistake.

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By: ADAM NAGOURNEY

Tuesday: Proposition 13, Mayor Ed Lee of San Francisco dies, Mulholland Drive and a box of chocolates.

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By: EILEEN SULLIVAN

“Unable to show any collusion with Russia,” the president says, and accuses Democrats of fabricating stories of sexual misconduct.