NY Times New York Today: New York Today: Treasures in Our Waters 2016-12-06T12:05:19.000000Z Tuesday: A little-known underwater canyon, a kids’ night on Broadway and the pooper-scooper law. South Korea’s Leader Offers to Quit in April, but It’s Unlikely to Be Enough 2016-12-06T11:39:28.000000Z President Park Geun-hye now sees an impeachment vote in her corruption scandal as inevitable, a party colleague says, and it could come as early as Friday. Donald Trump, Oakland, Grammys: Your Tuesday Briefing 2016-12-06T10:45:48.000000Z Here’s what you need to know to start your day. Ally, Enemy or Both? Saudi Arabia’s Many Roles in Afghanistan 2016-12-06T10:00:37.000000Z Saudi Arabia has voiced support for American efforts to nourish Afghanistan’s democracy, but it has also lavishly funded Sunni extremism under various guises. Nonfiction: From Michael Lewis, the Story of Two Friends Who Changed How We Think About the Way We Think 2016-12-06T10:00:02.000000Z In “The Undoing Project,” Michael Lewis tells the story of the friendship and work of Amos Tversky and Daniel Kahneman, and how they changed our understanding of human rationality. World Ranking: What America Can Learn About Smart Schools in Other Countries 2016-12-06T10:00:02.000000Z The U.S. fared poorly, as usual, in a worldwide ranking of students’ test scores, but it showed significant gains among disadvantaged teenagers. Feature: Life in Obamacare’s Dead Zone 2016-12-06T10:00:02.000000Z Excluded from the Affordable Care Act because of politics, thousands of poor Americans grapple with the toll — physical and psychological — of being uninsured. A Mobile Courthouse Takes the Rule of Law to Brazil’s Frontier 2016-12-06T09:51:35.000000Z A riverboat braves choppy currents, malarial mosquitoes and the threat of pirates to provide justice on the Amazon. Manuel Valls Resigns as French Premier and Declares Presidential Bid 2016-12-06T09:35:40.000000Z The Socialist prime minister, who will be replaced by Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve, will run despite dissatisfaction with the government and divisions on the left. Justice on a Floating Courtroom 2016-12-06T09:30:46.000000Z Climb aboard a judge’s riverboat court as it travels through the Amazon.