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What you need to know for Monday: treacherous weather with more on the way, and the Giants’ playoff hopes collapse.
The brief visit to Pakistan, the first by an American defense secretary in almost four years, came at a time of change for the country’s powerful armed forces.
The prime minister’s move Monday did not satisfy antigovernment demonstrators in Bangkok, who the police said numbered more than 100,000.
There are more than 22,000 homeless children in New York, the highest number since the Great Depression. This is one of their stories.
The East Coast states, including New York and Connecticut, have for more than 15 years been subject to stricter air pollution requirements than many other parts of the country.
Deductibles and other out-of-pocket costs on plans bought through the government are much higher than the typical employer-sponsored policy.
Eight major companies, led by Google and Microsoft, are calling for tighter controls on surveillance of their customers’ data by governments worldwide.
An effort to sell the Freedom Group, maker of the Bushmaster rifle used in a Connecticut school shooting, has stalled, so its owner will offer reluctant shareholders an alternative plan.
Five regulatory agencies are to vote Tuesday on the rule, which has met with thinly veiled threats of challenges from banks and business trade groups.
Chargers 37, Giants 14: In Mistake-Filled Year, Giants Are Eliminated From Playoff Race in Fitting Fashion
Any flickering playoff hopes the Giants harbored expired in San Diego in a hail of mistakes and misfortune, as they fell behind and were routed.
Operators nearing the area, just north of Spuyten Duyvil station, will be warned of a reduced speed limit, and the train will brake automatically.
The Democrat Party said its members would join street protests against the government, deepening Thailand’s political turmoil.
The modern assistant has an understanding of social media that time-stretched (and old school) magazine executives lack, and increasingly they are assuming responsibility for spreading the magazine’s message.
Despite its flaws, the insurance market has given hope to many who could not afford coverage or were denied it because of existing medical conditions.
With Colorado set to legalize the sale of recreational marijuana on Jan. 1., The Post named Ricardo Baca its marijuana editor.
Three Democrats facing tough re-election fights next year are essentially all that stand between Republicans and complete control of the old Confederacy’s Senate delegation.
This season’s national championship game between Auburn and Florida State was created without controversy as the Bowl Championship Series nears its end.