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New York Police Add Precautions After Ambush

By J. DAVID GOODMAN and AL BAKER

The killings of two officers in Brooklyn on Saturday set off a bunker mentality across the department, as sentries were posted outside station houses and officers were barred from patrolling alone.

Ismaaiyl Brinsley

Officers’ Killer, Adrift and Ill, Had a Plan

By KIM BARKER and AL BAKER

Before shooting two police officers, Ismaaiyl Brinsley had an extensive history with police, suffered from mental problems and was isolated from his family, his relatives said.

The Taj Mahal Palace Hotel in Mumbai was in flames on Nov. 29, 2008, the day Indian forces wrested control of it from terrorists. From top, Zarrar Shah, Sajid Mir and the American David Coleman Headley.

In 2008 Mumbai Killings, Piles of Spy Data, but an Uncompleted Puzzle

By JAMES GLANZ, SEBASTIAN ROTELLA and DAVID E. SANGER

An investigation reveals how American, British and Indian agencies failed to pull together intelligence streams, including a plotter’s online activity, before attacks that Indians regard as their 9/11.

N.Y. / REGION

A Widening Rift Between de Blasio and the New York City Police Is Savagely Ripped Open

By MATT FLEGENHEIMER

The long-simmering tensions between Mayor Bill de Blasio and the Police Department he has pledged to reshape have reached an extraordinary nadir after two officers were killed.

MUNICH JOURNAL

He Sees You When You’re Sleeping, and Gives You Nightmares

By MELISSA EDDY

In Germany, misbehaving children had better watch out. The Krampus, a devilish goblin who tears through the streets as St. Nick’s evil counterpart, is making a comeback.

Lois and Roy Schechter on their farm in Pinar del Río, Cuba, in 1957. The property was seized by the government in 1960. Mrs. Schechter hopes policy changes will lead to compensation.

Cuba Seizures Now Present Opportunities

By FRANCES ROBLES

Lawyers are scrambling to determine whether normalized relations with Cuba will create a chance to get compensation for lost properties now estimated to be worth nearly $7 billion.

Obama to See if North Korea Should Return to Terror List

By AMY CHOZICK

President Obama said he would “review” whether to return North Korea to the list, part of a broader government response to a damaging cyberattack on Sony’s Hollywood studio.

Fishing from a jetty this month at Biscayne National Park in Florida. The state opposes federal consideration of a no-fishing zone under a conservation plan.

Protecting a Home Where the Puffer Fish Roam in Biscayne National Park

By LIZETTE ALVAREZ

A dispute over the possibility of a no-fishing zone in Biscayne National Park off the coast of Florida has raised contrasts with hunting bans on federal land.

In March, Ben Carson spoke at the Conservative Political Action Committee conference.

G.O.P. Hopes for Unity May Be Upset by Ben Carson

By TRIP GABRIEL

The Republican establishment is determined not to repeat the mistakes of 2012, but Ben Carson is riding a groundswell of support from outside the mainstream.

Ibsa Idris, 29, a recent graduate of the University of Minnesota who is originally from Ethiopia, riding a Green Line train into downtown Minneapolis last summer.

Despite Cheaper Gas, Public Transit Ridership Is Up, Trade Group Reports

By JON HURDLE

Investment in transit around the country is leading to record-high ridership rates and more people leaving their cars at home despite low prices at the pump.

F.T.C. Raises Its Voice Under Its Soft-Spoken Chairwoman

By EDWARD WYATT

Edith Ramirez’s tenure as leader of the commission has been marked by an effort to bring the regulator into the public eye, directing particular attention on digital privacy and transactions.

Joanne Chesimard, convicted of killing Trooper Werner Foerster, escaped from a New Jersey prison.

Christie Wants Obama to Push Cuba to Return New Jersey Trooper’s Killer

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

Joanne Chesimard, who goes by the name Assata Shakur, was convicted in the 1973 killing of a New Jersey state trooper and fled to Cuba

Business
The FedEx hub in Memphis on Dec. 11. FedEx hired 50,000 workers for the holiday rush.

Crunch Time for FedEx and UPS as Last-Minute Holiday Shipping Ramps Up

By HIROKO TABUCHI

FedEx and UPS are aiming to avoid last year’s chaos, when a late surge in shipments and bad weather left many gifts to be delivered late.

AbbVie's Viekira Pak was approved Friday by federal regulators for the treatment of hepatitis C. A typical course costs $83,319.

Pharmacy Deal Heralds Changed Landscape for Hepatitis Drugs

By ANDREW POLLACK

Express Scripts, the nation’s largest manager of prescriptions, has negotiated a “significant discount” for Viekira Pak, AbbVie’s new entrant into the notoriously expensive class of hepatitis C medications.

Top Source of Oil Vows to Ride Out Price Slump

By REUTERS

Saudi Arabia, which normally acts as a swing supplier, says that it will not cut production, preferring to allow the market to stabilize on its own.

Beauty Shines Through Decay

By MICHAEL POWELL

In Cuba, from the games on the fields to those played in streets with baseballs wrapped in duct tape or bottle caps tossed with precision, it’s a love pursued amid the ruins.

A Patriots fan waving goodbye to an image of Rex Ryan after what was most likely his last game at MetLife Stadium as the Jets' coach.

ON PRO FOOTBALL

Rivals Shake Hands, and One Shakes Head

By BEN SHPIGEL

Rex Ryan, in perhaps his final home game as the Jets’ coach, fell short once more against Patriots Coach Bill Belichick, a longtime nemesis.

PATRIOTS 17, JETS 16

Jets Keep Patriots at Bay, Then Revert to Type Against Their Rivals

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

Tom Brady was sacked three times early, and the Jets, although booed multiple times, led entering the fourth quarter. But a conversion of a third-and-7 helped the Patriots seal the victory.

Steering Without Seizing Glory

By CHARLES ISHERWOOD

In taking over a role originally played by Jimmy Nail, the rock star Sting takes a more subdued approach in “The Last Ship.”

Jon Hamm stars in the holiday-themed special of

The Dark Side of a Digital Future

By DAVE ITZKOFF

“Black Mirror,” the British anthology drama that mines cautionary, “Twilight Zone”-style narratives from our obsessions with gadgetry, returns to American television on Thursday.

Mister Cee, spinning records at a club in East Orange, N.J., on Saturday.

A Star D.J. Moves on in the Wake of Turmoil

By JOE COSCARELLI

Mister Cee, who quit the New York hip-hop station Hot 97 after 21 years, has a new radio gig, a turning point both personal and professional.

Credit:  www.nytimes.com/

 

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