Headlines edition

Saturday headlines: Eat your dinner guests.

ISIS has yet to claim responsibility for the attack on a Sufi mosque in Egypt that killed 305.

TIME says it didn’t offer its “Man of the Year” cover to Mr. Trump, as Mr. Trump claims. Meanwhile, Jeff Bezos is worth over $100 billion, thanks to Black Friday.

Twenty-five North Korean defectors explain what life is like under Kim Jong Un.

Putin’s opponents in Russia hate the Russian-meddling story, saying it’s the very story the Kremlin needs to hear to stay in power.

A member of India's governing party offered a $1.5 million reward for someone to behead a leading Bollywood actress.

Rebecca Solnit re-maps New York City to recognize women who've shaped it since the beginning.

Here’s the complete list of women, with all of their evidence, who've accused the president of sexual misconduct.

“It’s still a teachable moment where we can learn from what happened in 1991.” Notes from a recent conversation with Anita Hill and her supporters.

The chief of Pixar and Disney animation, known for "grabbing and kissing," took a leave of absence.

“When the Weinstein story broke an older male writer said to me: ‘Jesus, if they’re going to go back through every casting couch encounter, we’ll be here forever.’” Attention, men: We might be here a while.

The argument for being cosmopolitan is even more persuasive in the Trump era.

Some conspiracy theories to explain how Costco is able to sell a very good, 18-year-old single malt Scotch for $38.

A non-existent research article has been cited in nearly 400 actual scientific white papers.

Video: An exciting application of autonomous vehicle technology: self-driving wheelchairs (for the many who require assistance to use their power wheelchairs).

Some recently declassified CIA photographs of the 1963 Moscow Fair include several cat pics.

A Thanksgiving proposal: in the future, to be better citizens of our Earth, let’s skip the turkey and eat a dinner guest instead.

“The gods of my tribe, if that’s what they are, have spoken since the beginning of time. I don’t know what they said but I do not believe they wanted us to be alone. I’m trying.” A personal essay on celebrating Thanksgiving as a Native American (and not one portrayed by Wednesday Addams).