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Cost of Coverage Under Affordable Care Act to Increase in 2015

By ROBERT PEAR, REED ABELSON and AGUSTIN ARMENDARIZ

Many Americans with health insurance bought under the Affordable Care Act could face substantial price increases next year – in some cases as much as 20 percent.

Immigrants' rights advocates, like those at a Washington rally, have mobilized again after President Obama's vow of action.

The Big Money Behind the Push for an Immigration Overhaul

By JULIA PRESTON

Many of the gains made by advocates for immigrants to the United States were helped by hundreds of millions in donations from liberal foundations.

A Starbucks in downtown Amsterdam. A tax deal between the Dutch government and the coffee shop company has come under scrutiny.

Europe Takes Aim at Deals Created to Escape Taxes

By DANNY HAKIM

As global authorities ramp up efforts to close tax loopholes, companies are lobbying against proposed reforms.

Today’s Videos

Video VIDEO: If It Moves, Clock ItArmed with a radar gun, the reporter Andy Newman attempts to measure the speed of a running dog, a kite and a seal in Prospect Park.

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Video VIDEO: Fresh Pumpkin PieMelissa Clark’s trick for making creamy pumpkin pie: use fresh butternut squash instead of canned pumpkin.

World
President Obama appeared with Myanmar opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi at her residence in Yangon, on Friday.

Obama and Aung San Suu Kyi Meet Again, With Battle Scars

By MARK LANDLER

President Obama met with Daw Aung San Suu Kyi in a show of support for Myanmar’s reform process, despite evidence of the nation’s backsliding.

Yazidi Girls Seized by ISIS Speak Out After Escape

By KIRK SEMPLE

A few of the thousands of young women from the minority Yazidi religion who were kidnapped by the Islamic State told of a systemized industry of slavery.

A climate change accord to be signed in Paris next year would commit major economies to cutting carbon emissions from sources such as coal-fired power plants, like this one in Ghent, Ky.

U.S. to Give $3 Billion to Climate Fund to Help Poor Nations, and Spur Rich Ones

By CORAL DAVENPORT and MARK LANDLER

The pledge, on the heels of an announcement that the United States and China will commit to curbing greenhouse gas emissions, is expected at the Group of 20 summit meeting this weekend.

U.S.

One Drug or 2? Parents See Risk but Also Hope

By ALAN SCHWARZ

A steadily rising number of parents face a wrenching choice about whether to add antipsychotic drugs like Risperdal to stimulants like Adderall to treat children for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.

A worker in Ferguson, Mo., boarding up a business on Thursday in preparation for possible unrest after a grand jury decision.

For Ferguson Grand Jury, Details and Responsibilities Are Abundant

By ERIK ECKHOLM and JULIE BOSMAN

Grand juries usually hear just the outline of a case, but prosecutors are presenting all their evidence in the Michael Brown shooting, making for a long and exhaustive process.

A prekindergarten class in San Francisco. A study found preschoolers benefited when their parents received texts with guidance on how to help them.

To Help Language Skills of Children, a Study Finds, Text Their Parents With Tips

By MOTOKO RICH

Preschoolers performed better on literacy tests when their parents received text messages with tips on how to help them, a study in San Francisco found.

Politics
Representative Steve King, Republican of Iowa, right, at Capitol Hill on Friday. He is strongly opposed to President Obama's planned immigration overhaul.

NEWS ANALYSIS

Battle Over Immigration Poses Risks for G.O.P.

By ASHLEY PARKER and MICHAEL D. SHEAR

While some Republicans rule out a government shutdown, others are talking about the possibility, in reaction to President Obama’s plan to act on immigration.

House Passes Bill Directing Obama to Proceed on Oil Pipeline

By CORAL DAVENPORT

The House vote and another scheduled for Tuesday in the Senate are chiefly intended to be a political maneuver by Republican and Democratic leaders in the battle for a Louisiana Senate seat.

. Obama to Announce $3 Billion U.S. Contribution to Climate Change Fund
Senator Sherrod Brown of Ohio urged Democrats to distance themselves from Wall Street and focus on issues of concern to lower-income voters.

After Losses, Liberal and Centrist Democrats Square Off on Strategy

By JONATHAN MARTIN

The debate will help shape the last two years of the Obama White House and the Democratic presidential primaries to come.

For more political news, go to NYTimes.com/Politics »

Business
Mark Hayes was a lobbyist for Humana when he spoke in April 2013 with Brian Sutter, a senior House staff member.

Tip on Medicare Spurs Insider Trading Investigation

By JULIE CRESWELL

Federal regulators are looking into whether a report by Height Securities that led to stock price jumps among health insurers was based on information obtained illegally.

Macy's in Herald Square on Thanksgiving last year. This year, many other stores say they will remain closed so employees can enjoy the holiday.

Some Retailers Promote Decision to Remain Closed on Thanksgiving

By STEVEN GREENHOUSE

Last year, more retailers decided to open on Thanksgiving, but this year others are promoting their decision to remain closed on the holiday.

An example of a Facebook post that users told the social network felt too promotional.

Facebook Will Curtail Unpaid Ads by Brands

By VINDU GOEL

The company said it was responding to feedback from its users, who were complaining about too many promotional posts.

Technology

BITS BLOG

F.C.C. Asks AT&T for Details on Plans to Halt Fiber Expansion

By EDWARD WYATT

AT&T’s chairman recently said the company would pause fiber expansion plans until the F.C.C. decided how to regulate broadband internet.

BITS BLOG

Uber Said to Announce Music Partnership With Spotify

By MIKE ISAAC

The two buzzy start-ups will work together to offer personalized music to Uber passengers.

Justice Dept. Apologizes for Inaccuracy in National Security Letters Case

By CHARLIE SAVAGE

The Justice Department said telecommunications companies could disclose receiving the letters, which seek customer records, when in fact they cannot.

For more technology news, go to NYTimes.com/Technology »

Sports
P. J. Williams, left, was the driver who left the scene of an accident on Oct. 5, along with two passengers, including his teammate Ronald Darby.

Florida State Player Fled Crash but Got Only Traffic Tickets

By MIKE McINTIRE and WALT BOGDANICH

The Tallahassee police initially labeled an accident involving a Florida State football player as a hit and run, a criminal act, but later decided to issue him two traffic tickets, an examination by The New York Times found.

. At Florida State, Football Clouds Justice
Alex Honnold climbing in Yosemite National Park. He has become known for free soloing, or climbing without ropes.

A Sponsor Climbs Down

By JOHN BRANCH

Clif Bar, a maker of nutrition bars with long ties to the climbing community, dropped its sponsorship of five climbers because of the risks they took, sparking a debate about how much risk should be rewarded.

The redshirt junior UMass guard Derrick Gordon, center, and his teammates listening to instructions from Coach Derek Kellogg.

Moment Resonates, Quietly, at UMass

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