Life in Puerto Rico Months After Hurricane Maria (Blogs)
Looking at the effects of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico, through the eyes of six photographers who live or work on the island.
New Selections for National Film Registry Include ‘Superman,’ ‘Titanic’ and ‘Spartacus’ (Movies)
The Library of Congress has chosen 25 more films for preservation, including “Dumbo,” “Die Hard,” “Field of Dreams” and “4 Little Girls.”
Robots (The Learning Network)
What story could this image tell?
Key Takeaways From Doug Jones’s Alabama Victory (U.S.)
The defeat of Roy S. Moore, the Republican, in Alabama’s Senate election contains some worrying signs for the party as it heads into the 2018 midterms.
Word + Quiz: anthropoid (The Learning Network)
This word has appeared in 17 articles on nytimes.com in the past two years.
Pedophile Barred From Leaving Australia as Sex Tourism Law Takes Effect (World)
A man convicted of child sex offenses was turned away from Sydney Airport on Wednesday as Australia’s “world first” sex tourism law came into effect.
Toshiba Settles Fight With Western Digital That Imperiled a Major Deal (Business Day)
The ailing Japanese conglomerate, which bet badly on U.S. nuclear power, can now proceed with a deal that will bring it $14 billion in needed cash.
What’s on TV Wednesday: Golden Globes History and ‘The Fake News’ (Arts)
Look back on footage from 75 years of the Golden Globes. And Ed Helms hosts a fake news show.
Trump and Bannon Can’t Save the Day (Opinion)
The president and the populist badly botched their attempt to put Roy Moore over the top.
As Goes Moore, So Goes Trumpism (Opinion)
A defeat in Alabama should inspire a course correction in the White House — but it won’t.
White House Girds for Fallout From Trump’s Alabama Failure (U.S.)
President Trump, never one to accept blame, may look for a scapegoat for his failure to lift Roy S. Moore to victory in Alabama.
Video and Full Transcript: Roy Moore, Refusing to Concede, Addresses Supporters on Election Night (U.S.)
Roy S. Moore, the Republican candidate in the Senate race in Alabama, addressed his supporters on Tuesday night after the election was called for his opponent, Doug Jones.
Alabama, Emmanuel Macron, Austria: Your Wednesday Briefing (Briefing)
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.
Alabama Says No to Trump’s Tribalism (Opinion)
This was a real sign of health.
Politicians Weigh In as Doug Jones Wins Alabama Senate Seat (U.S.)
In a tweet, President Trump congratulated Mr. Jones on his victory and called write-in votes “ a very big factor” in the outcome.
Corrections: December 13, 2017 (Corrections)
Corrections appearing in print on Wednesday, December 13, 2017.
Tending Haiti’s Dead: ‘Everybody Needs Someone to Bury Them’ (World)
In Haiti’s capital, death is often harder to afford than life. The men who tend to the bodies told their stories to New York Times journalists.
Number of Jailed Journalists Hits Record High, Advocacy Group Says (World)
The Committee to Protect Journalists identified 262 journalists imprisoned for their journalism as of Dec. 1. More than half were in Turkey, China or Egypt.
This Premier League Player’s Position? Left Out (Sports)
Fans think Stuart Taylor has it made: a Premier League salary and a job he is rarely asked to perform. But his long career as a third-choice goalkeeper isn’t the one he saw for himself.
He Was a Snob About Musicals. Then He Tried Out to Play Hamilton. (Theater)
Twenty-five-year-old Londoner Jamael Westman has definitely come around, now that he’s starring in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop smash.