Headlines edition

Thursday headlines: Women are insurgent.

The United Nations General Assembly holds a rare emergency special session to vote on a resolution calling for Trump’s Jerusalem declaration to be withdrawn. Trump wants it known that he’s taking it personally.

For the first time in history, more women are going to medical school than men.

A goose with an arrow stuck in it splashed around a park in San Dimas, Calif., for at least the last three weeks. The arrow has since fallen out.

American universities and colleges fight allegations of elitism by recruiting more conservative and rural students.

Europe's high court says Uber is a taxi company, dealing an enormous blow to the taxi company.

It's that jolly time of year when China jails free-speech activists while other countries are busy with holidays.

The World Chess Championship’s new logo, inspired by the Kama Sutra, has been labelled "borderline pawnographic."

For your late December reading: A sprawling article on “Leomania,” James Cameron, and the making of Titanic.

“I don’t understand why it’s so hard to do something with your life.” Perhaps the most devastating line in a very long, very good explanation of why millennials are economically screwed.

A list of every personalized license plate rejected by the state of Ohio this year.

See also: Studying drivers across the country for signs of license-plate prejudice—or, why everyone loves Vermont drivers and hates Texans.

Festina, Operation Puerto, Clenbuterol, and now Chris Froome—the sport of cycling is endlessly doped.

Here's every shot Kobe Bryant ever took, all 30,699 of them.

It’s come to our attention that not everyone has seen Black Thought’s recent single-take performance on Funkmaster Flex’s Hot 97 show, so here it is.

“My research has demonstrated that women operating in high-status, high-skill, high-risk intelligence and logistical roles often sustain rebellion.” How to watch the new Star Wars movie like an insurgent.