A pair of internationally minded writers, a chef, an architect and a landscape photographer made a list of the 25 most extraordinary travel adventures a person should seek out. Here are the results. nyti.ms/3gHgm22
Cameroon 🇨🇲 is taking on Serbia 🇷🇸 at the #FIFAWorldCup. Both teams lost in their first group matches, and both have a tough road to catch up to Brazil and Switzerland in Group G.
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Gendarmes appear suddenly in the middle of farm fields misted by morning rain. They wear bulletproof vests and carry guns. They are guarding a gigantic reservoir. Welcome to the front line of France’s water wars. My story: nytimes.com/2022/11/27/wor…
"Those who aren’t hard-core fans of the genre or don’t understand Korean — let alone those who saw the radically different and far superior Off Broadway version in 2017 — will have a harder time enjoying this one," our critic writes of the musical "KPOP." nyti.ms/3GMsoBP
Riots erupted in Brussels and several other Belgian cities on Sunday after Belgium lost to Morocco at the World Cup. Videos shared online showed crowds overturning and setting ablaze a car in the Belgian capital. nyti.ms/3Ubbu2U
Millions of Houston residents were told to boil their water before drinking it after a power outage at a water purification plant caused water pressure to dip and triggered the notice, officials said. Public schools will be closed for at least one day. nyti.ms/3XAOVrb
After a 2-0 loss to Argentina on Saturday night, Mexico sits in last place in its #FIFAWorldCup group. Its streak of advancing to the knockout stage in seven straight World Cups is dangerously close to ending. nyti.ms/3F931ss
Rare nationwide protests have broken out in multiple cities in China. Many demonstrators expressed frustration over stringent Covid lockdowns, while others demanded freedom of speech and even the removal of China's leader, Xi Jinping. nyti.ms/3XEWcGA
President Volodymyr Zelensky of Ukraine said that Russia is preparing to unleash a new wave of attacks. His warning comes as crews were still working to restore power supplies and increasingly cold weather begins to set in.
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Thomas James, a Navy petty officer, helped an Army veteran and another patron at Club Q in Colorado subdue the attacker during a massacre that left five dead and 18 injured, the authorities said.
“I simply wanted to save the family I found,” he said. nyti.ms/3AQQcAz
A pilot and his only passenger were rescued after a small plane crashed into a transmission tower in Maryland, the authorities said. The incident had knocked out power to roughly 117,000 people. nyti.ms/3Uezl1F
President Andrés Manuel López Obrador of Mexico marched through the country's capital with tens of thousands of his supporters. The move came two weeks after Mexicans protested against proposed electoral changes they say would undermine democracy. nyti.ms/3BdLjC7
A small plane crashed into a transmission tower in Maryland. Rescuers raced to extricate the two people on board trapped 100 feet off the ground, but they did not appear to be injured, officials said. Electricity was also out for roughly 117,000 customers. nyti.ms/3Vf06nN
Traffic fatalities have been falling in rich nations around the world — but not in the U.S. This American exception became even starker during the pandemic, when travel declined but deaths still went up. nyti.ms/3F8VXfM
Younger, smaller children have returned to New York City Ballet's "The Nutcracker" — and with them, the heart of the show.
This year, nearly all of the 126 tiny dancers in the show's two casts are first-timers in the production. nyti.ms/3V8ugsS
.@bottidavid's day job is on The Times’ Visual Investigations unit, which usually involves things like analyzing footage of the Capitol Riots. But could he use these same skills to find his great-grandfather’s house in a tiny village in Italy? nyti.ms/3F808IA
In Cambodia’s weak legal system, surrogacy exists in a gray market, endangering all involved when political conditions suddenly shift. After the country banned surrogacy, some women were accused of trafficking and forced to raise the babies they carried. nyti.ms/3GMY1v7
Gunmen wearing suicide vests and believed to be members of a militant group attacked a hotel popular with government officials in the capital of Somalia on Sunday, the police said. The extremist group Al Shabab claimed responsibility for the attack. nyti.ms/3gDMT9b
The Jets kept pace in the AFC playoff race by beating the Bears after making a quarterback change. Tennessee and Cincinnati are developing one of the AFC's most underrated rivalries.
Here's what we learned from Week 12 in the NFL. nyti.ms/3icoRSZ
Only a handful of department stores in New York City still create holiday windows — but the ones that do go all out. Take a look inside the production process, which can last as long as nine months. nyti.ms/3EA987S
Rare nationwide protests have broken out in multiple cities in China. Many demonstrators expressed frustration over stringent Covid lockdowns, while others demanded freedom of speech and even the removal of China's leader, Xi Jinping. nyti.ms/3UbSvoO
A landslide in Cameroon’s capital, Yaoundé, killed at least 14 people attending a funeral on Sunday, the region’s governor said. Rescuers were still searching for others who might have been swept up in the disaster. nyti.ms/3Xwne2R