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United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist: As Goes Moore, So Goes Trumpism

A defeat in Alabama should inspire a course correction in the White House — but it won’t.

Children and Childhood nytimes.com

Opinion: Ed Sheeran Raises Money for Liberia — And Is Promptly Shamed

Criticizing the singer for promoting “poverty porn” hurts people the world has forgotten.

Women's Rights nytimes.com

She Said: The Conversation: Seven Women Discuss Work, Fairness, Sex and Ambition

Emily Bazelon moderates a round table with Anita Hill, Laura Kipnis, Lynn Povich, Soledad O’Brien, Amanda Hess and Danyel Smith to talk about how — or if — real change is possible.

Colbert, Stephen nytimes.com

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Taunts the ‘Failed’ New York Bomber

“The worst you did is make the subways run late — and the M.T.A. does that just fine without your help,” the “Late Show” host said.

Vaccination and Immunization nytimes.com

Why You Need the Flu Shot Every Year

You probably know you need a flu shot every flu season, but here’s why — and why it’s so important.

Influenza nytimes.com

Global Health: The Next Flu Pandemic Will Appear When You Least Expect It

An examination of the great flu epidemics in recent history concludes that next one is likely to arrive in late spring or early summer — not during flu season.

Great Britain Withdrawal from EU (Brexit) nytimes.com

Theresa May Quiets the Critics — in Her Own Party

The British prime minister had to calm waters roiled by her own cabinet members, who seemed to undercut a hard-won agreement on Friday to keep Brexit talks alive.

Global Warming nytimes.com

To Test for Climate Disasters: Break, Burn and Throw Stuff

A team of researchers is destroying things — with wind, water and fire — to help insurers manage the increasing risks of extreme weather.

Depression (Mental) nytimes.com

Personal Health: How Loneliness Affects Our Health

Scientists are gaining a more refined — and surprising — understanding of the effects of loneliness and isolation on health.

Art nytimes.com

The T Editors’ (Completely Fantasy) Gift Guide

From a custom surfboard to mink curtains, the things we’d want this year — if time, money or accessibility were no object.

Banking and Financial Institutions nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: America’s Shampoo Economy

Economic bubbles grow — and eventually pop — when politicians forget why financial regulations exist.

Murders, Attempted Murders and Homicides nytimes.com

Retro Report: From 200 Years Ago, a Lesson About Mass Killings

Historians say violent behavior that gave rise to the phrase “run amok” — and then subsided — can teach us about mass killings today.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Loose Ends: Office Secret Santa Guidelines for 2017

Remember, this is voluntary! No forcing colleagues to participate — in gift giving, or anything.

Baseball nytimes.com

Giancarlo Stanton Will Join Yankees, Reports Say

The National League M.V.P. would add yet another big bat to the Yankees’ lineup — as well as a huge contract.

Elderly nytimes.com

Sanya Journal: Welcome to China’s Florida: Sun, Sand and Retired Snowbirds

Rising incomes allow China’s growing numbers of aging people to become snowbirds in the south — enjoying life post-retirement in a way previous generations never imagined.

California nytimes.com

Dozens of Horses Killed as Fires Tear Through California

The horses died in two fires this week — and at least three people were injured — even as trainers and rescuers tried to save as many as they could.

Far East, South and Southeast Asia and Pacific Areas nytimes.com

Southeast Asia’s Ride-Hailing War Is Being Waged on Motorbikes

In Indonesia’s traffic-ridden capital, one start-up makes it easy to get around — or not to have to in the first place.

Music nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: An Everyman — Just Not Ours

Understanding France’s ardor for Johnny Hallyday does not come easily to Americans.

Dancing nytimes.com

Review: ‘Brooklyn Nutcracker’ Is Simply, Imperfectly Charming

Diverse in multiple ways, “The Brooklyn Nutcracker” combines ballet and hip-hop — with a superb Arabian belly dance number, too.

Aldrin, Buzz nytimes.com

Why Is Fashion Having an Astral Moment?

Buzz Aldrin has attached his name to a line of street wear — just one sign that space is exerting an outsize influence on pop culture.

Television nytimes.com

Review: The Haywire Hospitality of ‘At Home With Amy Sedaris’

In her TruTV series — a surreal, affectionate sendup of home shows — the comic actress shows off her versatility, with help from some friends.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: Can Steve Bannon Realign American Politics?

Realignments are made, not born — and unlikely with candidates like Roy Moore.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

News Analysis: Did Trump Kill Off a Two-State Solution? He Says No, Palestinians Say Yes

The chief Palestinian negotiator said Mr. Trump’s recognition of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital means a radical P.L.O. shift — to a push for a single state, with equal civil rights.

Palestinians nytimes.com

Nearly Every Former U.S. Ambassador to Israel Disagrees With Trump’s Jerusalem Decision

All but two of the 11 former envoys said the decision — a departure from seven decades of U.S. policy — was foolish and even dangerous.

Wonder Woman (Movie) nytimes.com

Screens (and Titles) Full of ‘Wonder’

“Wonder Woman,” “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women,” “Wonderstruck,” “Wonder Wheel” and just plain “Wonder” — movies with suchlike titles but different aims.

Road Trips nytimes.com

Road to Recovery

In the aftermath of the death of our son, we felt sad, and proud — and empty. So, as a family, we tried to find ourselves on the open road.

Palestinians nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: Can Trump Bring Peace to the Middle East?

Probably not — but that’s because for the foreseeable future, no one can.

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: Arshile Gorky’s Art of Bliss Remembered

An exhibition of his late art shows Gorky dreaming about — and trying to recover — his Armenian childhood.

Noah, Trevor (1984- ) nytimes.com

Best of Late Night: Trevor Noah Slams Donald Trump for Jerusalem Decision

Mr. Noah compared recognizing Jerusalem as Israel’s capital to moving into an ex-girlfriend’s apartment building. “It’s not technically illegal,” he said — but it’s a bad idea.

Reindeer nytimes.com

In Norway, Fighting the Culling of Reindeer With a Macabre Display

A young indigenous Sami reindeer herder is suing the Norwegian government at the Supreme Court, with a little help from his sister — and her hundreds of bullet-ridden reindeer skulls.

Rap and Hip-Hop nytimes.com

The Best Albums of 2017

Our critics picked St. Vincent and Lorde, Kendrick Lamar and J. Cole, Julien Baker and Taylor Swift, Nicole Mitchell and Tyshawn Sorey — and many more.

Fashion and Apparel nytimes.com

A Clothing Line That Simplifies Getting Dressed

With Wardrobe NYC, the designers Christine Centenera and Josh Goot are aiming to take over your closet — no over-analysis needed.

cnn.com

How the dam broke on Al Franken

Nearly three weeks after sexual harassment allegations first emerged against Sen. Al Franken, a wave of Democratic senators — in coordination and following a flurry of text messages and phone calls — called for his resignation in rapid succession Wednesday morning.

nytimes.com

From Princess to General: How Many Times Can Leia Save the Galaxy?

She’s one of the most powerful figures in her galaxy — and one of the most iconic characters in our galaxy. A brief history of Leia Organa.

Space and Astronomy nytimes.com

Planetarium Opens in New Jersey, Ushering in a New Kind of Star Wars

The Liberty Science Center in Jersey City says it’s 110 feet in diameter — even bigger than one across the river at the Museum of Natural History.

vis-photo nytimes.com

A Long-Dead Cambodian King Is Back — and He Looks Familiar

Some think Prime Minister Hun Sen considers himself the reincarnation of a 16th-century ruler. Recently built statues certainly suggest a resemblance.

Meyers, Seth nytimes.com

Best of Late Night: Seth Meyers Says Russia Meddled in the Olympics — and the Election

Mr. Meyers and other late-night hosts took on the news that Russia had been banned from competing in the 2018 Winter Games because of doping.

Teen Vogue nytimes.com

‘Where My Activists At?’ Inside the First Teen Vogue Summit

Who needs a fusty old print magazine when you have Elaine Welteroth and Hillary Clinton in the flesh — am I right, ladies?

Restaurants nytimes.com

How to Beat the Line and Get Reservations at Hot New Restaurants

When an establishment opens in town and everyone’s lining up for a taste, here’s how you can score a seat — the smart and easy way.

Middle East and North Africa Unrest (2010- ) nytimes.com

Five Strongmen, and the Fate of the Arab Spring

Leaders of five countries at the heart of the protests that erupted in 2011 — Egypt, Libya, Syria, Tunisia and Yemen — have met very different fates.

Shepard, Sam nytimes.com

Books News: A Final Work by Sam Shepard Reveals His Struggle With Lou Gehrig’s Disease

The celebrated playwright spent the last months of his life working tirelessly on a final book, an intimate and philosophical look at his protagonist’s — and his own — health struggles.

cnn.com

Opinion: Can dual-track presidency survive?

President Donald Trump is running a dual-track presidency. This week ended with a collision between two major stories affecting his presidency. At the same exact time that the massive corporate tax cut reached the final vote in the Senate, successfully passing in the dead of the night by a narrow margin of 51 to 49, the nation learned that former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about his contact with Sergey Kislyak, then-Russian ambassador to the United States, and that he had been told by a "top member" of the transition team—reportedly Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner—to reach out to the Russians to learn more about the UN vote regarding Israeli settlements.

vis-photo nytimes.com

In a Venezuela Ravaged by Inflation, ‘A Race for Survival’

Venezuelans of all classes have been hit hard by sharply rising costs, and the economic turmoil has turned the most basic tasks — like food shopping and commuting — into feats of endurance.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

News Analysis: Republicans Near a Big Win — but Will It Lift Them Politically?

Senate passage of a trillion-dollar tax cut will be a much-needed Republican victory, but it remains to be seen whether it lifts them out of their political ditch.

Las Vegas, Nev, Shooting (October, 2017) nytimes.com

Las Vegas After the Shooting: Renewing Vows, Embracing Community

What is the vacation destination like after a gunman killed 58 people in October? Weddings and gambling go on — but there is new vigilance as well.

Russian Interference in 2016 US Elections and Ties to Trump Associates nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributors: After Flynn, Are Kushner and Don Jr. Next?

The Flynn deal opens the door to charges against the president’s inner circle — and his family.

cnn.com

Russia 2018 World Cup draw — Live!

After almost three years of qualifying, 868 matches and 2454 goals, it has all come down to this.

Comedy and Humor nytimes.com

An Upright Citizens Brigade Theater Closes With Filthy Fanfare

The Chelsea space gets an appropriate send-off — an improv marathon complete with dance party and Dumpster comedy — before the group moves to Hell’s Kitchen.

Theater nytimes.com

Breaking Through Categories and Conventions at BAM

Drawing, weaving, monologues — Suzanne Bocanegra turns traditions into surreal delights at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.

Solar Energy nytimes.com

Australia Powers Up the World’s Biggest Battery — Courtesy of Elon Musk

South Australia had a blackout problem, and the Tesla founder had a solution: a battery the size of a football field.

cnn.com

Bob Corker's $1 trillion tax reform problem

It's (officially) official: The GOP tax plan would add more than $1 trillion to the federal budget deficit over the next decade — even when factoring in economic growth.

Fashion and Apparel nytimes.com

10 Polaroids: Marco Zanini Captures His Italian Trip — in Polaroids

The designer for Santoni documents his excursion to Italy's Marche region exclusively for T.

Eyes and Eyesight nytimes.com

Matter: The Scallop Sees With Space-Age Eyes — Hundreds of Them

Each scallop eye is built something like the gigantic telescopes that peer into deep space, researchers reported on Thursday.

Malta nytimes.com

Malta, Where the West Was Born

The country has been home to the Phoenicians, the Greeks, the Romans and the Ottomans — which might explain the allure of this Mediterranean gem.

United States International Relations nytimes.com

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Prime Minister, Tell Trump He’s Not Welcome in Britain

The president’s endorsement of a fringe far-right group undermines our country — and the special relationship.

Dow Jones Stock Average nytimes.com

Markets Pass Another Milestone, as Investors Remain Fearless

The latest landmark — Dow 24,000 — reflects optimism about rising profits and lower taxes, and a seeming imperviousness to unsettling news.

Books and Literature nytimes.com

The Enthusiast: In Praise of the ‘Career Romance’

Written to educate young women about various industries, the books are as historically interesting as they are entertaining — sociology lesson plus soap opera.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Matt Lauer Firing Caps a Difficult Time at NBC News

He led the network’s highly profitable “Today” show for more than 20 years. Now, the show is in trouble — and the news division is under attack.

cnn.com

Opinion: Women will remember who voted for this

Tax plans can be hard to decipher, but with each passing day, women and moms across the country understand more clearly how the GOP tax plans — both the US Senate and the House versions -- will affect their families and our economy.

Sharks nytimes.com

Trilobites: Tracking the Elusive Whale Shark

A new study includes data and photos identifying the big sea creatures — especially the young — and where they like to hang out.

Freedom of Religion nytimes.com

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: The Masterpiece Cakeshop Case Is Not About Religious Freedom

It’s about giving people permission to discriminate based on faith — a situation that never ends well.

T Holiday 2017 nytimes.com

In the Studio With the Artist Who Painted Jay-Z

Henry Taylor, who made two works for T magazine’s holiday issue, reflects on his art — and on the music mogul.

United States Politics and Government nytimes.com

Republicans, Entering Homestretch on Tax Cuts, Are Calm and Cooperative

After an unsuccessful effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act, Republicans have gotten down to doing what they do best — cutting taxes.

The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (TV Program) nytimes.com

Feature: Rachel Brosnahan’s Comic Timing

Her star turn in ‘The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel’ — the first major comedic role in her career — comes at a moment when it’s crucial to reclaim women’s place in stand-up history.

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: Louvre Abu Dhabi, an Arabic-Galactic Wonder, Revises Art History

The museum’s style — integrating charismatic objects from all over the map — is sensational. Almost enough to make you forget certain grim realities.

Great Salt Lake (Utah) nytimes.com

Trilobites: Seeking the Source of the Vanishing Great Salt Lake

Human consumption — not seasonal fluctuations or climate change — is primarily to blame for the Great Salt Lake’s desiccation, according to a recent analysis.

News and News Media nytimes.com

Feature: How Far Will Sean Hannity Go?

The Fox News host is willing to defend Trump at all costs — and is reaching more than 13 million people a day.

Fashion and Apparel nytimes.com

A Film That Pays Homage to the Bygone Era of London Couture

Paul Thomas Anderson’s “Phantom Thread” finds its inspiration in the eccentric figures of the 1950s — and celebrates fashion’s enduring sense of fantasy.

Harry, Prince of Wales nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: Can Meghan Markle Save the Monarchy?

I’m a black British woman who never cared about the royal family — until now.

Wiley, Kehinde nytimes.com

Kehinde Wiley on Painting the Powerless. And a President.

The painter of Barack Obama’s National Gallery portrait talks about representing young black men — and the man who was once the most powerful in the world.

Magazines nytimes.com

What Time Inc.’s Glory Days Looked Like, While an Uncertain Future Awaits

The nearly century-old company must turn to its new owner to chart a path for its future — one perhaps not built on the iconic photography and longform journalism that helped it become a household name.

Appointments and Executive Changes nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: Trump’s Bureaucratic Showdown

Congress gave the director of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau an unusual amount of autonomy — including the power to appoint a successor.

Art nytimes.com

An Insect’s Colorful Gift, Treasured by Kings and Artists

An exhibition in Mexico City traces Mexican red, the cochineal dye that reaped riches for the Spanish crown — and entranced painters.

Hurricane Irma (2017) nytimes.com

No Man’s Land: Barbuda After Irma

The Caribbean island of Barbuda felt the full force of Hurricane Irma. Now, a struggle to control its future is underway. On one side are Barbudans who own the land and want to preserve their unique way of life — on the other, the government and foreign investors who see opportunity in disaster.

United States Economy nytimes.com

Editorial: The Republican Tax on the Future

More debt, a growing trade deficit, factories moving overseas — that’s no way to make America great.

Travel and Vacations nytimes.com

Check In: In Busy Rome, a Hotel That’s an Oasis

The NH Collection Palazzo Cinquecento is comfortable and calm — and close to the bustling Termini Station. But cost-cutting measures are noticeable.

Soccer nytimes.com

On Soccer: The Big Six and … Burnley? A Success Story Confounds the Statisticians

Almost a third of the way into the season, seventh-place Burnley has overcome all expectations — even its own.

Defectors (Political) nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: The Parasites Feeding on North Koreans

A defector’s condition is a window into Kim Jong-un’s slave state — and the countries that abet it.

Sexual Harassment nytimes.com

Uma Thurman Calls Out Harvey Weinstein and His ‘Wicked Conspirators’

In a sharply worded Instagram post, Ms. Thurman had a message for the producer, who has been accused of sexual assault: “I’m glad it’s going slowly — you don’t deserve a bullet.”

Black Friday and Cyber Monday (Shopping) nytimes.com

Black Friday 2017: Sneakers and Shoppers

Americans who were driven to shop for Christmas deals — and turn a profit — were deep into the Black Friday spirit, with some lining up at stores the night before.

Paint nytimes.com

The Right Way to Paint Your Apartment, According to a Pro

Painting seems easy — until you’re stuck finishing at 2 a.m. Here’s how to do it the right way without driving yourself nuts.

cnn.com

Amazon's Black Friday sale is on — here's what to shop

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: David Hockney’s Life in Painting: Spare, Exuberant, Full

An artistic journey through six decades of painting sums up his achievements — and leaves you wanting more.

Theater nytimes.com

‘Junk’ Mines the Milken Era for Truths That Resonate Now

Ayad Akhtar’s play portrays the financial excesses of the 1980s — part of what he calls “a collapse of a collective vision” of America — in ways that evoke unsettling new thoughts.

Movies nytimes.com

‘The Shape of Water’: Meet Guillermo del Toro’s Favorite Creature

Doug Jones has had crucial roles in many of the director’s projects; this is the first time he’s been the star — and a romantic hero at that.

Actors and Actresses nytimes.com

Critic’s Notebook: Who We Don’t Talk About When We Talk About Weinstein

After Annabella Sciorra told her story about Harvey Weinstein, I watched her work again — and wondered what might have been.

Football nytimes.com

One Game to Remember. Just One.

These six men are members of an exclusive group: They played only one N.F.L. game. They are proud of the distinction — and haunted by it.

Computers and the Internet nytimes.com

State of the Art: Twitter, It’s Time to End Your Anything-Goes Paradise

Twitter should scrap a founding principle — everyone gains equal footing and any behavior is tolerated — and create a new system that rewards positive contributions.

Cooking and Cookbooks nytimes.com

On Dessert: What Children — and Parents — Can Learn From Baking Together

A bonding activity that builds joy and character.

Race and Ethnicity nytimes.com

Feature: The Culture Caught Up With Spike Lee — Now What?

After more than three decades as a provocateur, the filmmaker has returned to the movie that made him famous.

Microsoft Corp|MSFT|NASDAQ nytimes.com

Feature: Can A.I. Be Taught to Explain Itself?

As machine learning becomes more powerful, the field’s researchers increasingly find themselves unable to account for what their algorithms know — or how they know it.

Elephants nytimes.com

After Late Help for Elephants, a Question: Why?

Just why the president shelved his own administration’s rule on bringing hunt trophies into the country — a weighty query — is the elephant in the room.

Vietnam War nytimes.com

Vietnam '67: Lyndon Johnson’s War Propaganda

In 1967 the White House undertook a massive P.R. campaign on the Vietnam War. It worked — too well.

Video Recordings, Downloads and Streaming nytimes.com

Critic’s Notebook: A Night at the Theater From Your Couch? No Apologies Needed.

Streaming services have more stage offerings than ever — from great actors in early roles to recent Broadway musicals, captured live. Plus “Hamlet” in Lithuanian.

Skin Cancer nytimes.com

Skin Cancers Rise — Along With Questionable Treatments

Dermatology is booming, with private equity investments and an influx of physician assistants doing the work of doctors. Are patients being well served?

United States Coast Guard nytimes.com

Feature: The Coast Guard’s ‘Floating Guantánamos’

In an expansion of the war on drugs, the U.S. Coast Guard is targeting low-level smugglers in international waters — shackling them on ships for weeks or even months before arraignment in American courts.

ABC Inc nytimes.com

How ABC Found a Surprise Hit in ‘The Good Doctor’

The actor Daniel Dae Kim — in his new role as executive producer — was turned down twice by CBS before landing the show at the last-place network.

Automobiles nytimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist: America Is Now an Outlier on Driving Deaths

Only a few decades ago, the United States was not — and it doesn’t need to be now.

Data-Mining and Database Marketing nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: We Can’t Trust Facebook to Regulate Itself

It has no incentive to do so. I would know — I worked there.

Health Insurance and Managed Care nytimes.com

Will Cutting the Health Mandate Pay for Tax Cuts? Not Necessarily

Americans dislike the requirement that everyone have health insurance. But eliminating it doesn’t mean that they’d stop buying coverage — or accepting subsidies.