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Protests at the Supreme Court over issues such as abortion, like this one in January, often draw undercover officers.

More Federal Agencies Are Using Undercover Operations

By ERIC LICHTBLAU and WILLIAM M. ARKIN

Once largely the domain of the F.B.I., undercover work has increased across federal agencies as policies have changed, according to officials, former agents and documents.

Rangers in Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo. Environmentalists are fighting to keep a British oil company from drilling in Africa's oldest national park.

Oil Dispute Takes a Page From Congo’s Bloody Past

By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN

Virunga National Park in the Democratic Republic of Congo has become a battleground pitting economic development against environmentalism.

Dan Sullivan the day before Election Day in Anchorage.

New Senators Tilt G.O.P. Back Toward Insiders

By JEREMY W. PETERS

When Republicans take over the Senate in January, most of the members of the party’s freshman class will be people whose careers blossomed in the government bureaucracy that some politicians loathe.

World
President Vladimir V. Putin on Saturday in Brisbane.

Putin Gets a Cool Reception From G-20

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia faced a chorus of criticism at a summit meeting, where the fighting in Ukraine threatened to overshadow talk of global economics.

In Shift, Pakistanis Fleeing War Flow Into Beleaguered Afghanistan

By CARLOTTA GALL and FAROOQ JAN MANGAL

Pakistani military’s continuing offensive against Islamist militants in the North Waziristan tribal region has forced an exodus of at least 1.5 million residents.

Iraq and U.S. Find Some Potential Sunni Allies Have Already Been Lost

By BEN HUBBARD

The United States and the Iraqi government want to enlist Sunni tribes to fight the Islamic State, but many of them have already been co-opted or conquered

U.S.
Sabina and Felix Bravo, left, and Teresa Rivero and Luis Cerball shopped for plans at a health center in Manassas, Va.

Some New Frustrations as Health Exchange Opens

By ROBERT PEAR and ABBY GOODNOUGH

The system opened Saturday and performed much better than last year, but some consumers reported long delays in trying to buy insurance and access their accounts at HealthCare.gov.

Fatal Encounter in Ferguson Took Less Than 90 Seconds, Police Communications Reveal

By MONICA DAVEY

Newly released audio and video offer glimpses into the fatal run-in between Michael Brown, an unarmed black teenager, and a white police officer, Darren Wilson.

Town That Thrived on Logging Is Looking for a Second Growth

By KIRK JOHNSON

In a town in Oregon that long relied on logging, the old jobs are long gone and the food bank has a more secure future than remaining industry.

Politics
A deported immigrant waiting to receive his belongings in January at an Air Force base in Guatemala City.

NEWS ANALYSIS

Obama’s Immigration Plan Could Grant Papers to Millions, at Least for Now

By JULIA PRESTON

Executive actions that President Obama is expected to announce as early as this week could offer legal documents to as many as five million immigrants in the country illegally.

Hillary Rodham Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea, take the stage in Little Rock on Saturday.

The Clintons Look to the Past, for Now

By AMY CHOZICK

In her first public event since the midterm elections, and before she announces whether she will run for president in 2016, Hillary Rodham Clinton took part in a carefully staged appearance with her daughter.

President Obama and Angela Merkel, the German leader, at a Group of 20 meeting in Brisbane.

LISTENING POST

Finishing Asia Tour, Obama Promotes More Ambitious Foreign Policy

By MARK LANDLER

The scorecard for President Obama’s Asia trip looks drastically different from the last one, with a landmark climate-change agreement and a trade deal with China.

Business
Cold Numbers on G.M. Crisis: A Peek Inside

By HILARY STOUT

Kenneth Feinberg, a compensation expert, leads a team that determines who the victims are and how much money they should receive.

FAIR GAME

Borrowers, Beware: The Robo-signers Aren’t Finished Yet

By GRETCHEN MORGENSON

In Florida cases now pursued by debt collectors, some of the underlying foreclosures were based on dubious documents.

The retail racks of Weird Stuff in Sunnyvale, Calif.

FROM THE MAGAZINE

Welcome to the Failure Age!

By ADAM DAVIDSON

In this economy, losers will be the biggest winners.

Technology

STRATEGIES

A Plumbing Problem for the Internet (and the Stock Market)

By JEFF SOMMER

How the net neutrality debate has jostled the stock price of one keeper of the pipes.

Win or Lose on Sunday, Social Media Is a Draw

By BEN SHPIGEL

Teams are promoting themselves more creatively through Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, but struggling N.F.L. squads have learned that criticism from the disgruntled comes with the territory.

Jordan Roschwalb runs Pintrill - an accessories company that features an assortment of pins - from his apartment in the Williamsburg section of Brooklyn.

BITS BLOG

Buying the Bricks for Your Online Storefront

By JENNA WORTHAM

E-commerce services help mom-and-pop shops achieve a more polished web presence.

Sports
Alabama's T. J. Yeldon on his way to scoring a touchdown in the fourth quarter on Saturday. No. 1 Mississippi State fell for the first time this season.

ALABAMA 25, MISSISSIPPI STATE 20

Facing the Best, the Tide, as Usual, Are Better

By TIM ROHAN

The Bulldogs’ Dak Prescott threw a touchdown pass with 15 seconds remaining, but No. 4 Alabama held on to upend No. 1 Mississippi State.

Giancarlo Stanton, seen in 2012, won the Hank Aaron Award as the National League's top offensive player this year by hitting .288 while leading the league in homers (37) and slugging percentage (.555).

ON BASEBALL

Giancarlo Stanton Is a Power Hitter Negotiating a Power Contract

By TYLER KEPNER

Stanton, 25, may become the first player with a $300 million deal, as the Marlins are discussing an extension that could stretch for 13 years.

Dennis Doyle has arranged to attend all 82 Knicks games this season.

Living Out Knicks Dream, Complete With Nightmares

By SCOTT CACCIOLA

Dennis Doyle has decided to combine his passions for writing, traveling and the Knicks by attending all of the team’s 82 games this season. But what about all the losing?

11/17/14  NY MINI

Top News
Peter Kassig with a truck filled with supplies for Syrian refugees in an undated photograph provided by the Kassig family.

Obama Condemns Islamic State’s Killing of Peter Kassig

By RUKMINI CALLIMACHI

President Obama said in a statement that the Islamic State’s execution of Mr. Hassig, 26, revealed in a video on Sunday, was “an act of pure evil.”

Iran Nuclear Pact Faces an Array of Opposing Forces

By DAVID E. SANGER, STEVEN ERLANGER and JODI RUDOREN

As negotiations resume this week, there is skepticism among leaders in the United States and many of its allies that a deal can be struck.

Ms. Lennon said Mr. Merling had continued to harass her in the four years since she left him. There is a thick file on their case.

NOWHERE TO TURN: FIRST OF TWO ARTICLES

Whisked Out of Jail, and Back to the N.F.L.

By STEVE EDER

A domestic-abuse case involving Phillip Merling, a former Miami Dolphin, provides an example of lenient treatment of players by law enforcement agencies whose employees work off-duty jobs for football teams.

Editors’ Picks

WORLD | DANDANO JOURNAL

Fear of Ebola Opens Wary Villages to Outsiders in Guinea

By ADAM NOSSITER

In Guinea’s Forest Region, villages that have refused outside help to fight the Ebola outbreak are starting to soften their resistance.

OPINION | OP-ED CONTRIBUTOR

Fighting Female Genital Mutilation

By MONA ELTAHAWY

In Egypt, a shocking 91 percent of women have been cut.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

“Today we offer our prayers and condolences to the parents and family of Abdul-Rahman Kassig, also known to us as Peter.”

PRESIDENT OBAMA, confirming that Peter Kassig, an American aid worker and convert to Islam, had been beheaded by the Islamic State.

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