He’s gone rogue.

Happening in the World: An Ancient Greek water jug is on loan from the British Museum for an exhibit opening today at Greece’s Acropolis Museum. This exhibit comes at a time of conflict between the two countries, as Greece demands that the British Museum return the Parthenon Marbles, a group of Greek statues created in 447-432 BCE. British Prime Minister Rishi Sunak has also canceled a meeting with Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis to discuss the Marbles. The water jug will remain in Greece until April when it will go to Paris for an exhibit at the Louvre Museum. (AP)

Happening in the US: Following his expulsion Friday, George Santos will face charges for 23 felonies in a federal court on Long Island. Santos has pleaded not guilty on all counts. The charges include falsifying campaign filings, repeatedly charging donors’ credit cards, using an unregistered super PAC to spend funds on personal expenses, and more schemes involving his campaign finances. Santos has said that most of the charges are either misunderstandings or the work of his treasurer, Nancy Marks, gone “rogue.” However, there is evidence that Santos had an active role in these monetary blunders. (NYTimes)

Happening in NYC: During its peak, the Geminid meteor shower will be visible from New York City. The meteors seem to be traveling from the constellation Gemini and are made of pieces of rock and metal from the asteroid 3200 Phaethon. The period of greatest activity for this shower is December 4 to December 17. Viewing it through a telescope is discouraged; the shower can be seen with the naked eye. It is recommended to lie on a rooftop or in a dark park to look at the sky. (Gothamist)

Happening in Our Community: The Ukrainian Studies Program at the Harriman Institute is holding a workshop entitled A Decade After the Euromaidan: Reflecting on Ukraine’s Revolution of Dignity and its Ongoing Impact at the International Affairs Building. This event will take place from 9 am to 4 pm. Registration is required.

Image via Wikimedia Commons and Rory Collins