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Carlos Ghosn, a multimillionaire executive, is now living in a Tokyo jail cell, sleeping on a tatami mat and futon, unable to communicate with family members, as investigators explore possible financial wrongdoing related to his career at Nissan https://t.co/zzxI0f3XZx

In one cable, European diplomats described a meeting between President Trump and Vladimir Putin in Finland as "successful (at least for Putin)." https://t.co/sCseLGdHZ0

After months of defying and insulting officials in Brussels, the Italian government reached a deal with the European Commission to drastically reduce its debt and avoid being financially penalized by the European Union https://t.co/zVk5iIBlIY

Your daily @DealBook Briefing: • Inside Facebook's huge data giveaway to its Big Tech brethren. • GlaxoSmithKline and Pfizer strike a deal. • Trump asked the Fed to 'feel the market.' Is he right? https://t.co/rZ15sTcoE3

The people have spoken. The HOLLA🎄D TONNEL is no more. https://t.co/FBlkGY1iEO

Instagram accounts operated by Russia's Internet Research Agency targeted African-Americans, gun-rights supporters and anti-immigration activists. Here's a look at some of the posts. https://t.co/TrYnotWvPX

Your daily @DealBook Briefing: • Did Big Tech lie to Congress about Russian interference? • The markets hit a low for 2018. • CBS isn't giving Les Moonves $120 million. https://t.co/BhotMH9ItP

"We held up fish to show we were not a threat," said a man who clung to an upturned boat as it was being attacked by a helicopter. But the gunner "kept firing," he added. https://t.co/xbGGmwwE4A https://t.co/B5Qkcvljjv

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Malaysia filed charges against Goldman Sachs for its role in the 1MDB fraud, and in the U.S., the bank’s lawyers held talks with federal prosecutors https://t.co/FOG5XdzsvM

In Opinion @DLeonhardt writes, "A mountain of evidence shows that populism — the real kind, not the faux Trump version — is the Democrats’ most effective political strategy." https://t.co/s23RIpXd1M

Morning briefing, Europe edition: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/ODY8dNFkcp

California and the other states asked Judge O’Connor to affirm that the Affordable Care Act was still the law and should be enforced while supporters and opponents continue their battle in court https://t.co/UWcoSedAkY

A new report says social media companies were misleading or evasive about claims that Russians used their platforms to target African-Americans and discourage voting. Here's what Facebook and Twitter have said about targeting and suppression in the past. https://t.co/WxkVqqpf9s

Senator Lamar Alexander, Republican of Tennessee, announced on Monday that he will not seek re-election in 2020. “Now it is time for someone else to have that privilege.” https://t.co/jxBDpFjjJJ

Kimberly-Clark recalled several lots of tampons because of a defect that was causing them to come apart inside the body https://t.co/pqlLbS84ap

"If this is in some respects a real-life monster movie, it’s one that takes a lively and at times surprisingly sympathetic interest in its chosen demon": New York Times film critic @aoscott reviews "Vice." https://t.co/UxwU6ejbvL

The New Zealand government admonished Google for disclosing the identity of a man charged with killing a female British backpacker https://t.co/WFXUzG8Z8w

Fact check: President Trump has correctly identified high drug prices as a major problem for many Americans. But in defending his proposed solutions, he has sometimes stretched the facts. https://t.co/SGIDULrgoO

Facebook Watch, with its rising number of videos from internet stars, is seen by Facebook as a key to future growth https://t.co/CeYGQ2TqhS

Morning briefing, Europe edition: Here's what you need to know to start your day https://t.co/0n74LQxAIK

Peter Jackson applied new technology to century-old World War I footage to create a vivid, you-are-there feeling for the documentary “They Shall Not Grow Old" https://t.co/OuHj2BEvc5

Deteriorating subways, roads and trains could emerge as the real threat to job growth and retention in New York City, argues @GiniaNYT https://t.co/8TetiDzz0m

A college admissions official was moved by one applicant's essay about his mother's death. But when the university called him, it was mom who answered the phone. How common is lying on college applications? https://t.co/1zwgm72jul

HQ Trivia app co-founder Colin Kroll was found dead in his lower Manhattan apartment of an apparent drug overdose. He was 34. https://t.co/fnCe3VQ4z2

"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" was this weekend's No. 1 movie, and ticket buyers gave it an A-plus grade in CinemaScore exit polls https://t.co/Ly6TNoWNob

What's better than a warm Parker House roll? One with a salty, seedy everything-bagel topping. https://t.co/vmqmJhtFyA https://t.co/xXRVggYn00

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"In stepping into the heightened, smiley landscape of musical comedy, Cher has perhaps inevitably acquired an extra, fatal degree of sparkle": The New York Times review of "Clueless: The Musical" https://t.co/UL0riHlMCq

Diplomats from nearly 200 countries reached a deal on Saturday to keep the Paris climate agreement alive by adopting a detailed set of rules to implement the pact. https://t.co/eeZsbwvurE

The best diet for weight loss? "Eat the diet you like and stay with it." https://t.co/vRc1712ioB

A mother wonders how to support the child she doesn’t entirely understand https://t.co/e02ZyCygE5

The Sweet Spot: I Keep Making Out With the Father of the Kids I Babysit https://t.co/kIhRkQ6n6o

Brighton Beach is a universe unto itself, with its own time, its own language, its own customs, for which it makes no apologies https://t.co/t62sGuuWzX

OP-arT: Which Holiday Light Display Are You? https://t.co/RIVdRkQ0b2

The estimated cost of putting a newborn through public college 18 years from now is nearly equivalent to buying a median-priced home today for all cash. So where should you begin? Here's how to save for college. https://t.co/vp9wCfF5tR

“Honestly, I’m just proud of him for doing what he should do — what everybody should do,” his mom said. “We should help people we love.” https://t.co/fjSOL9U4mj

Why did President Trump's car emission rollbacks go further than automakers wanted? A secret campaign by the oil industry offers new details. https://t.co/QbuBWYgeGD

‘Mortal Engines’ Review: London Becomes a Death Star on Wheels https://t.co/oKLAzmVj0N

Court filings in Canada and interviews with people familiar with the Huawei investigation show that the events leading to her arrest were set in motion years ago https://t.co/zTXN7gaoTx

"It’s a problem when they don’t remember you, baby." RuPaul’s Drag Race star Valentina is back. We talked to her about getting started in drag, her elimination from her season of the show and how she showcases her heritage. https://t.co/g7mLtv9E07

The U.S. is spending hundreds of millions of dollars to try and contain gang violence in El Salvador. The goal is to create a self-sufficient Salvadoran justice system. But the consequences of the effort are difficult to assess. https://t.co/GDD0Hqm1jH

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