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Hayat Boumeddiene

French Premier Declares ‘War’ on Radical Islam as Paris Girds for Rally

By DAN BILEFSKY and MAÏA de la BAUME

Law enforcement officials appealed to the public to help find Hayat Boumeddiene, the girlfriend of Amedy Coulibaly, who took hostages at a kosher supermarket.

The radical cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, shown in a video lecture, has proved to be a sinister and durable inspiration after his death in a C.I.A. drone strike in September 2011.

In New Era of Terrorism, Voice From Yemen Echoes

By SCOTT SHANE

Anwar al-Awlaki, an American who joined Al Qaeda but was killed by a C.I.A. drone strike in 2011, has remained a leading influence on jihadists, and there is evidence that Yemen’s Al Qaeda branch, and Mr. Awlaki, had a role in preparations for the deadly assault in Paris.

Jeb Bush, the former governor of Florida, handed out items for charitable holiday food baskets in Miami last month.

For Jeb Bush, Evolving Views Over 2 Decades

By MICHAEL BARBARO

Allies say the former governor of Florida, a possible Republican contender for the presidency in 2016, has tried to present himself as less harsh than in the past

Editors’ Picks
Indoor tanning is a persistent part of American adolescence.

HEALTH

Warning: That Tan Could Be Hazardous

By SABRINA TAVERNISE

Tanning salons dot strip malls across the country, promising prettiness and, in some cases, better health, despite a growing body of evidence that links indoor tanning to skin cancer.

Lily vendors in Chicago, April 1941.

OPINION

When Will the North Face Its Racism?

By ISABEL WILKERSON

The protests against police shootings are a referendum on the black condition since the Great Migration.

World

Amedy Coulibaly, left, and Hayat Boumeddiene.

French Police Say Suspect in Attack Evolved From Petty Criminal to Terrorist

By ANDREW HIGGINS

Amedy Coulibaly, who had a long criminal record, presented himself as a model employee and transformed, in plain sight, into a hardened jihadist.

In Nigeria, New Boko Haram Suicide Bomber Tactic: ‘It’s a Little Girl’

By ADAM NOSSITER

Witnesses said a bomb carried by a girl who appeared no older than 10 had killed at least 20 people in a northern Nigeria market.

An officer stood guard outside Parliament in Islamabad as legislators voted to amend the Constitution to allow military courts.

NEWS ANALYSIS

New Courts Offer Pakistan’s Generals the Power They Used to Seize

By DECLAN WALSH

The government of Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif is hanging on, extending a nearly seven-year stretch of nominal civilian rule, but otherwise, the military is back in the driver’s seat.

In a Sierra Leone plagued by Ebola, Bureh Beach Surf Club members find resilience in a passion.

BUREH BEACH JOURNAL

No Moon Suits, Just Trunks and the Healing Surf

By JEFFREY GETTLEMAN

As Ebola gnaws through Sierra Leone, those at Bureh Beach Surf Club teach and feed tourists, eking out a living seemingly determined to pursue their passion as a way to cope.

U.S.
The West Palm Beach incinerator has prompted less opposition than one planned for Baltimore, though there are objections to a plan to burn nonlocal garbage.

Garbage Incinerators Make Comeback, Kindling Both Garbage and Debate

By TIMOTHY WILLIAMS

With the country’s record-setting trash output unyielding, new waste-to-energy plants are being considered, raising concerns about emissions.

George Zimmerman in his booking photograph Friday.

George Zimmerman Is Charged With Assault in Florida

By EMMA G. FITZSIMMONS

Mr. Zimmerman, who was acquitted in the Trayvon Martin killing two years ago, was charged with throwing a wine bottle at a woman at his home this week, according to the police in Lake Mary, Fla.

Larry Kutt, 65, of Lyons, Colo., has advanced blood cancer and wants to try experimental therapy under a new law in his state.

Patients Seek ‘Right to Try’ New Drugs

By JULIE TURKEWITZ

The critically ill want access to experimental drugs not yet approved by the Food and Drug Administration.

Politics
Attorney General Scott Pruitt of Oklahoma, who led an effort to file a brief arguing that subsidies are illegal if distributed through the federal marketplace.

Health-Law Suit Hints at G.O.P. Divide

By ABBY GOODNOUGH

Relatively few Republican state officials are signing on to briefs in a case challenging subsidies, which may reflect a more pragmatic view of the law.

Governor-elect Bruce Rauner speaking last week at the Pearce Community Center in Chillicothe, Ill. Mr. Rauner, a Republican who will take office on Monday, faces state financial troubles that have only deepened since he defeated Gov. Pat Quinn in November.

In Illinois, New Governor’s Campaign Promises Are About to Meet Budget Realities

By MONICA DAVEY

Bruce Rauner, a Republican businessman who has never held elective office, has called for tax cuts in a state that received the worst credit rating in the country.

President Obama delivered a speech in Tennessee on Friday.

Obama to Announce Cybersecurity Plans in State of the Union Preview

By MICHAEL D. SHEAR

Speeches in the coming week will address identity theft, privacy, protections for government and company computers, and high-speed broadband access. (NOTE: PAY SPECIAL ATTENTION TO THIS AMERICA!  FREEDOM OF SPEECH ON INTERNET IS IN DANGER!!

Business
Last year, visitors to the Brant Foundation Art Study Center saw Dan Colen's

Writing Off the Warhol Next Door

By PATRICIA COHEN

Wealthy art collectors are benefiting from tax breaks when they build museums with limited public access, often near their homes.

Montreal's bike-sharing system, considered one of the most innovative, ended up costing the city $25 million.

The Uphill Push to Save a Bike-Share Pioneer

By IAN AUSTEN

A Canadian investor takes a chance on a pace-setting system that lost its way.

FAIR GAME

Kicking Dodd-Frank in the Teeth

By GRETCHEN MORGENSON

New legislation, promoted as making only technical changes in a financial regulation law, could end up gutting some of its provisions.

For more business news, go to NYTimes.com/Business »

Technology
A SpaceX rocket was launched Saturday. An attempt to land the first stage was unsuccessful.

Private Rocket Fails to Stick the Landing

By KENNETH CHANG

SpaceX put the Falcon 9 into orbit, but the company’s audacious bid to land the rocket’s first stage on a floating platform was unsuccessful.

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

Sports
Danny Amendola scored on a 51-yard pass from receiver Julian Edelman to tie the score at 28-28. The touchdown completed a 14-point rally by the Patriots in the third quarter.

PATRIOTS 35, RAVENS 31

Receiver’s Pass Does Trick for Patriots

By BILL PENNINGTON

In a tense game with frequent grappling and sneering after the whistle, Tom Brady led a rally with help from a receiver’s pass in New England’s win over Baltimore in the divisional playoff game.

The Hornets' Bismack Biyombo dunking against the Knicks, who lost their 15th straight.

HORNETS 110, KNICKS 82

Phil Jackson Takes Blame Before Yet Another Knicks Loss

By ZACH SCHONBRUN

Phil Jackson took responsibility for the Knicks’ terrible season before the team went on to lose its 15th game in a row, a team record.

The Dallas Cowboys' owner, Jerry Jones, at CenturyLink Field in Seattle in October. At home last Sunday, Dallas won a wild-card playoff game against the Detroit Lions.

In Jerry Jones, Dallas Cowboys Have a Lightning Rod Made of Mettle

By KEN BELSON

Jerry Jones, the N.F.L.’s most irrepressible salesman, dreamer and entrepreneur, has worked to turn Dallas into the center of the sports world and AT&T Stadium into a magnet for what he calls “iconic events.”

For more sports news, go to NYTimes.com/Sports »

Arts
Harry Houdini aloft and in action in the 1910s. A musical about his life hasn't gotten off the ground.

All Tied Up

By PATRICK HEALY

The musical “Houdini” was to star Hugh Jackman, who pursued it for years. Now it is languishing.

Jennifer Aniston portrays a pill-popping woman in constant pain in

Putting ‘the Cloak of Rachel’ to Rest

By FRANK BRUNI

With “Cake,” Jennifer Aniston hopes to transcend tabloid coverage and earn the kind of recognition reserved for serious actresses.

Hugh Bonneville with Paddington the bear, voiced by Ben Whishaw in the new film based on the children's books.

On His Best Behavior and Hoping to Fit In

By ROSLYN SULCAS

“Paddington,” a new film based on the children’s books by Michael Bond, prepares to open in the United States.

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Mr. Obama’s State of the Union address, which he is scheduled to deliver to deliver to a joint session of Congress on Jan. 20, 2015.   (NOTE:  KEEP WATCH ON CYBERNET FREEDOM/FREEDOM OF SPEECH)

GOOD NIGHT!

 

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