New York Times Austrians Appear to Reject Far-Right Candidate for President 2016-12-04T17:02:34.000000Z Austria’s voters appeared to have dealt a defeat to a right-wing populist bidding to become the first far-right head of state elected in Europe since World War II. Death Toll in Deadly Warehouse Fire Rises to 24 as Search Goes On 2016-12-04T16:28:01.000000Z Officials said that the search of the rubble of a makeshift nightclub in the building would take days, and that they expected the number of victims to rise. Cuba Puts Fidel Castro to Rest: ‘A Man So Large in a Box So Small’ 2016-12-04T15:45:32.000000Z Bringing to an end nine days of national mourning, the burial of Mr. Castro’s ashes at a private service made for a subdued end to a week of tributes. Trump Takes Twitter Aim at Companies Looking to Move Jobs Abroad 2016-12-04T15:33:28.000000Z The president-elect’s posts came days after he went to Indiana to celebrate Carrier’s decision to keep 1,000 jobs in the United States. Modern World Tugs at an Indonesian Tribe Clinging to Its Ancient Ways 2016-12-04T13:41:19.000000Z Only after decades of government intrusion were the Mentawai allowed to live according to their customs, but many in the younger generations have moved on. Matteo Renzi’s Fate Is at Stake as Italians Vote in Referendum 2016-12-04T12:58:53.000000Z The prime minister has said he might resign if his constitutional reforms are rejected, a step that could provide yet another shock to the European Union. Donald Trump, Oakland, Fidel Castro: Your Weekend Briefing 2016-12-04T11:00:37.000000Z Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories. Up Close With Ailey Dancers in Rehearsal 2016-12-04T10:00:55.000000Z Alvin Ailey dancers prepare for the New York premiere of the final installment of Kyle Abraham’s “Untitled America,” a trilogy about the effect the prison system has on African-American families. Lens Blog: Fidel Castro and the Moment of Departure 2016-12-04T09:00:10.000000Z Amid a vast archive of Cuban photos, two children of exile search for meaning when the Revolution was young and Fidel Castro was portrayed in ordinary, everyday moments. Penn State 38, Wisconsin 31 | Big Ten championship: To the Big Ten Champion, Penn State, Goes but a Sliver of Playoff Hope 2016-12-04T06:24:49.000000Z Penn State’s passing attack overwhelmed Wisconsin’s defense to claim the championship, but Ohio State is still the expected Big Ten team for the final four-team playoff bracket.