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BRIEF-Xerox- Have Reviewed Letter From Deason And Believe His Assertions And Characterizations Are "False And Misleading"‍​

* XEROX- HAVE REVIEWED LETTER FROM DEASON AND BELIEVE HIS ASSERTIONS AND CHARACTERIZATIONS ARE "FALSE AND MISLEADING"‍​

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BRIEF-Broadcom Says FTC Review Immaterial To Business, No Impact On Qualcomm Proposal

* BROADCOM LTD SAYS "FTC REVIEW IS IMMATERIAL TO OUR BUSINESS, DOES NOT RELATE TO WIRELESS AND HAS NO IMPACT ON OUR PROPOSAL TO ACQUIRE QUALCOMM" Further company coverage:

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Greece gets interest for new offshore oil and gas tenders: licensing body

ATHENS, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Tenders for offshore oil and gas exploration and exploitation west and south of Greece have attracted "strong interest" from companies exploring in the Mediterranean, the head of Greece's oil and gas resources management company said on Wednesday.

healthNews reuters.com

Novartis's Kymriah wins speedy reviews in U.S., Europe

ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis has been granted fast-track reviews of its cell therapy Kymriah for blood cancers in the United States and Europe, the Swiss drugmaker said on Wednesday, as it seeks to expand the pool of patients eligible for the costly treatment.

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UPDATE 1-Novartis's Kymriah wins speedy reviews in U.S., Europe

ZURICH, Jan 17 (Reuters) - Novartis has been granted fast-track reviews of its cell therapy Kymriah for blood cancers in the United States and Europe, the Swiss drugmaker said on Wednesday, as it seeks to expand the pool of patients eligible for the costly treatment.

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Novartis gets U.S. priority review for Kymriah for adults with lymphoma

ZURICH (Reuters) - Novartis has been ‍granted priority review for its cell therapy Kymriah for adults with a form of lymphoma by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Swiss drugmaker said on Wednesday, as it seeks to expand use of the treatment in multiple blood cancers.

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YouTube assigning workers to review videos to avoid another Logan Paul-type disaster

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘The Assassination of Gianni Versace’ Is Fashionable, but Flat

The second installment of FX’s “American Crime Story” series is occasionally about Mr. Versace, but is more focused on his murderer, Andrew Cunanan.

Justice Department nytimes.com

Justice Dept., Fighting to Kill DACA, Asks for Supreme Court Review

The request by the Trump administration for immediate review is an unusual step after a judge ordered the administration to restart the program.

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BRIEF-OGE Energy Says Asked Commission To Review Request To Recover Investment In Mustang Energy Center

* OGE ENERGY CORP - UNIT ASKED OKLAHOMA CORPORATION COMMISSION TO REVIEW CO'S REQUEST TO RECOVER ABOUT $390 MILLION INVESTMENT IN MUSTANG ENERGY CENTER Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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FDA to speed review of medical products for use by military

(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Department of Defense launched a program on Tuesday to speed the development and review of medical products needed by the military, such as freeze-dried plasma that could prevent wounded troops from bleeding to death.

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FDA to speed review of medical products used by military

(Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration and Department of Defense launched a program on Tuesday to speed up the development of drugs that could be used by military personnel.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Hipsters Double-Check Their Privilege in ‘Cute Activist’

A new comedy at the Bushwick Starr satirizes 20-somethings, gentrifiers, landlords and activists. In other words, Bushwick.

Jazz nytimes.com

Review: A Jazzfest Marathon Where Voices Lead the Way to Resistance and Renewal

Vocalists delivered welcome surprises during the 100-plus-set NYC Winter Jazzfest Marathon, from Claudia Acuña to Sara Serpa to Jazzmeia Horn.

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Earthquake rattles Greece, felt in Athens

ATHENS (Reuters) - An earthquake that rattled Greece on Monday night was felt in the capital Athens, a Reuters reporter said.

Music nytimes.com

Review: Globalfest’s World Music for a Connected World

The 15th edition of the event featured 12 groups, from the Guadeloupean blues of Delgres to the diverse grooves of the Congolese group Jupiter & Okwess.

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘Black Lightning’ Is Pulp With a Purpose

CW’s latest serial has a race-forward sensibility and a reluctant superhero who grapples with heroism’s limits.

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JP Morgan hires Papadopoulos to head Greece investment banking

LONDON, Jan 15 (IFR) - JP Morgan has hired the former head of Greece's debt management agency, Stelios Papadopoulos, to head its investment banking business in Greece, according to an internal memo seen by IFR.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: A Fantasy Town Builds a Wall Against Time in ‘Ballyturk’

Enda Walsh’s wild cosmic farce, in which two men act out the life of a fantasy village, finds the aching emptiness in words, words, words.

Music nytimes.com

Review: Risk-Taking New Opera Tells a Tragic 1950s Gay Love Story

In “Fellow Travelers,” a story of persecuted gay love during the 1950s, the composer Gregory Spears demonstrates how to be original.

Elizabeth II, Queen of Great Britain nytimes.com

It’s the Ultimate TV Prize: An Unscripted Queen Elizabeth

Queen Elizabeth II, who has never granted an interview, relaxes her longstanding reticence to reminisce on camera about her 1953 coronation.

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China urges hotels to review websites as 'country' crackdown grows

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - China's tourism authority has urged accommodation companies to review their websites and apps to fix what Beijing deems to be inaccurate labeling of Taiwan or other Chinese-claimed territories as countries.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Proud Mary,’ Taraji P. Henson Is a Hit Woman With a Soft Spot

Babak Najafi directed this action thriller that aims to carry on the tradition of films like “Foxy Brown.” Danny Glover also stars.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Who Am I? ‘Panorama’ Says There Is No Easy Answer

In this multimedia, multidimensional performance piece, the boundaries of race, gender and ethnicity blur into a shifting pageant of identity.

Television nytimes.com

Review: One Vote for ‘Victoria’ Over ‘The Crown’

In the battle of prestige series about British queens, the glossy pleasures of PBS’s “Victoria” can hold their own against Netflix’s highly lauded “The Crown.”

Classical Music nytimes.com

Review: A Conductor’s Exciting Return to the New York Philharmonic

Susanna Malkki led works by Debussy, Tchaikovsky and Esa-Pekka Salonen in an impressive follow-up to her debut with the orchestra in 2015.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Surprise Lessons From John Lithgow’s ‘Stories by Heart’

In a touching tribute to his father and the tradition of reading aloud, Mr. Lithgow recites two classic tales of deception and comeuppance.

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Judge to review Comey memos on Trump for possible release

A federal judge Thursday said he would look at the memos former FBI Director James Comey wrote about his interactions with President Donald Trump before deciding whether the Justice Department can withhold them from the public. It's a signal that the judge may be skeptical of Justice's argument that the Comey memos should stay confidential because their release could compromise the Russia probe.

Skyscraper Museum nytimes.com

Design Review: When Wall Street Was Unoccupied

At the Skyscraper Museum, a reminder of how Lower Manhattan was recast in the 1990s as a residential and cultural destination.

lifestyleMolt reuters.com

Horrible carriage, unwieldy crowns: Queen Elizabeth's candid views of coronation and royal jewels

LONDON (Reuters) - Speaking for the first time about her coronation 65 years ago, Britain's Queen Elizabeth has revealed how uncomfortable riding in her golden carriage to the ceremony was and how...

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FCC pauses review of Sinclair's plan to buy Tribune Media Co

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The Federal Communications Commission said on Thursday that it was pausing its review of Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc's plan to buy Tribune Media Company .

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U.S. FCC pauses review of Sinclair's plan to buy Tribune Media Co

WASHINGTON, Jan 11 (Reuters) - The Federal Communications Commission said on Thursday that it was pausing its review of Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc's plan to buy Tribune Media Company.

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Benin photographer captures voodoo via the lens

COTONOU, BENIN (Reuters) - Hundreds of Beninois marked National Voodoo Day, celebrating the once-banned religion on Wednesday with a series of ceremonies across the country.

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Wal-Mart's Sam's Club to shut some stores after review

(Reuters) - Sam's Club, a unit of Wal-Mart Stores Inc , said it had closed a series of stores following a review, the membership-only store chain said in a tweet on Thursday.

Computers and the Internet nytimes.com

Book Entry: Review: Even on the Internet, What’s Old Is New Again

The historian Niall Ferguson’s new book goes a long way toward redressing the lack of perspective to a concept central to the technological “revolution”: networks.

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Wal-Mart's Sam's Club to shut stores after 'review'

(Reuters) - Sam's Club, a unit of Wal-Mart Stores Inc , closed a series of stores following a review, the membership-only store chain said in a tweet on Thursday.

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Wal-Mart's Sam's Club to shut stores after "review"

Jan 11 (Reuters) - Sam's Club, a unit of Wal-Mart Stores Inc , closed a series of stores following a review, the membership-only store chain said in a tweet on Thursday.

Television nytimes.com

Review: With ‘False Flag,’ Israel Exports Another Fine Thriller

The Hulu series follows in the tense, entertaining footsteps of previous Israeli shows like “Fauda” on Netflix and “Prisoners of War” on Hulu.

Walmart Stores Inc nytimes.com

Walmart, Citing Tax Cuts, Will Raise Starting Wages and Expand Benefits

The nation’s largest employer said on Thursday that would increase its minimum hourly wage to $11 from $9, expand parental leave benefits and give some workers a $1,000 bonus.

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BRIEF-Commission Approved Order In PNM General Rate Review

* PNM RESOURCES - NEW MEXICO PUBLIC REGULATION COMMISSION APPROVED AN ORDER CONTAINING MODIFICATIONS TO ORDER IN GENERAL RATE REVIEW Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Art nytimes.com

Aging Heiress Plotted 19 Grisly Crimes. Investigation Underway.

Frances Glessner Lee, the first lady of forensic science, was a cult curiosity. With her “Nutshell Studies” at the Renwick Gallery in Washington, she rises to art star.

Television nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Electric Dreams,’ the Future Seems Outdated

Amazon’s sci-fi anthology takes license with Philip K. Dick stories, but — with one striking exception — the episodes are pale replicants.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘The Commuter’ Has Panic, Paranoia and Punches. Liam Neeson Too.

Our favorite angry-dad action hero gets back to work in Jaume Collet-Serra’s latest film.

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BRIEF-Novartis poaches Pfizer oncology head Elizabeth Barrett

* Elizabeth (Liz) Barrett, currently Global President Oncology at Pfizer, Inc., has been appointed CEO Novartis Oncology and a member of the Executive Committee of Novartis, effective February 1, 2018

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Netflix previews Obama interview

Obama opened up about his dancing on Netflix's "My Next Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman."

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Trump calls for review of libel laws (again) in his latest salvo against free press

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Trump touts 'great reviews' for meeting

President Donald Trump opened his first cabinet meeting of 2018 by referring to the room as a studio and claimed his meeting with senators the day before was praised by members of the media.

East, Anderson nytimes.com

Album Review: On ‘Encore,’ Anderson East Revisits the Rough Soul of Yesteryear

The singer and songwriter takes his homages to the South’s heritage sounds to the next level on his second major-label album.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Dancing to Destruction in Enda Walsh’s Fierce ‘Disco Pigs’

This harrowing and exhilarating revival, featuring an inexhaustible cast of two, summons the agonies and ecstasies of being 17 in a blighted Irish town.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: In ‘The Insult,’ the Dispute Is Personal. And Political.

Lebanon’s energetic Oscar entry is the story of a quarrel that escalates into greater conflict.

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Greece seizes Libya-bound ship carrying explosive materials

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greek authorities have seized a Tanzanian-flagged ship heading for Libya and carrying materials used to make explosives, the coastguard said on Wednesday.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: Excellence Pursued in ‘Paddington 2’

A neighborly bear makes for an adorable sequel.

Miller, Arthur nytimes.com

Inside the Battle for Arthur Miller’s Archive

After a discreet tug-of-war with the playwright’s estate and Yale, the University of Texas has acquired the papers, including an “Aladdin’s cave” of unpublished material.

Culture (Arts) nytimes.com

Unveiling Performance Space New York

Performance Space 122 has a new name and renovated digs. Jenny Schlenzka, its director, envisions a “vital center for community.”

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Akamai working with Morgan Stanley for strategic review - report

Jan 9 (Reuters) - Akamai Technologies Inc is working with Morgan Stanley to explore strategic alternatives including a sale, Bloomberg reported on Tuesday, citing people familiar with the matter.

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BRIEF-Akamai Technologies Said To Be Working With Morgan Stanley On Strategic Review‍​ - CNBC, Citing A Report

* AKAMAI TECHNOLOGIES INC IS SAID TO BE WORKING WITH MORGAN STANLEY ON A STRATEGIC REVIEW‍​ - CNBC, CITING A REPORT Further company coverage: ( Bangalore.newsroom@thomsonreuters.com )

Restaurants nytimes.com

Restaurant Review: A Firecracker of a Beef Rib and Other Surprises at Ferris

The new restaurant from Greg Proechel of Le Turtle is a culinary Swiss Army knife, making the most of a small basement space in a Chelsea hotel.

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘grown-ish’ Comes Into Its Own-ish

The “black-ish” spinoff is still finding its identity a few weeks into its first season. But it has the potential to do with college comedy what its parent did with 21st-century race.

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Greece, FYROM to make new effort to resolve name dispute

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) agreed on Tuesday to make a renewed effort to settle a dispute over the latter's name which has been dragging on for decades and holding up its aspirations of joining the EU.

Television nytimes.com

Review: The Moping Comics of ‘Alone Together’

The two friends in this show on Freeform, yet another autobiographical comedy about comedy, have confused complaining for companionship.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Mankind,’ Men Are Men and Women Are Extinct

Robert O’Hara’s latest satire takes on too many targets as it imagines a future world in which men still ruin everything.

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Democrats ask watchdog to review new IRS tax guidelines

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Two U.S. Democratic politicians asked a government watchdog on Monday to scrutinize implementation of President Donald Trump's tax law, warning that the administration could use new tax guidelines to create the appearance of a large middle-class tax cut ahead of the 2018 mid-term elections.

Art nytimes.com

A Mega-Dealer Expands: David Zwirner Plans a New Art Gallery

Though he is bound to be criticized for becoming too corporate, Mr. Zwirner argues that a gallery needs to be ambitious for its artists.

Homosexuality and Bisexuality nytimes.com

India’s Supreme Court Orders Review of Gay Sex Ban

The court ordered a review of a colonial-era law reinstated in 2013 that criminalizes sex between men. Gay-rights advocates were elated but cautious.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Unexploded Ordnances,’ It’s an Hour to Doomsday. Help!

The longtime feminist duo Split Britches sets its new play in a situation room with “Dr. Strangelove” vibes and a general calling the shots.

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Bitcoin drops below $15,000 as South Korea reviews accounts

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Bitcoin fell below $15,000 on Monday after South Korea's financial regulator said it and other agencies are inspecting six local banks that offer digital currency accounts to institutions.

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Macedonia's PM hopes for a solution to dispute with Greece by June

ATHENS (Reuters) - Macedonia's prime minister said on Sunday that it could reach a solution with Athens to a decades-long dispute over the former Yugoslav republic's name by June, a move that could unblock the country's ambition to join the European Union.

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South Africa's parliament to review rules on removing president

JOHANNESBURG, (Reuters) - South Africa’s parliament said on Sunday it would review its rules relating to removing the country's president, after the constitutional court ruled on Dec. 29 that lawmakers had previously failed to hold President Jacob Zuma to account.

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Williams paints benign picture of Fed rate hikes, strong U.S. economy

PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - The Federal Reserve should raise interest rates three times this year given the already strong economy will get a boost from tax cuts, and can tighten more or less aggressively if needed, a key U.S. rate-setter said on Saturday.

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U.S. agency starts review for Alaska mine project opposed by environmentalists

ANCHORAGE, Alaska, Jan 5 (Reuters) - U.S. regulators formally launched a review process on Friday that could produce a permit a Canadian mining group needs to build the Pebble Mine copper and gold project in southwest Alaska, which is opposed by environmentalists. The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, the federal agency that regulates the development and dredging of wetlands, has published the completed permit application from the Pebble Limited Partnership on its website.

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Review of hurricane deaths raises new questions

A newly-ordered government review of the deaths in Puerto Rico since Hurricane Maria is already coming under fire because the man leading it has staunchly defended an official tally widely believed to be low.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: ‘Hamilton’ Conquers London (King George Slays Too)

The newcomer Jamael Westman steps out as a fully formed star in the title role of the triumphant London production of “Hamilton.”

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Greece orders Macedonian wiretap suspects' extradition

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece ordered the extradition on Friday of two Macedonian nationals wanted by Interpol over their alleged involvement in a wiretap scandal that brought down Macedonia's government in 2015, according to court officials.

Art nytimes.com

Fire-Breathing Robots Bring Anarchy to a Chelsea Art Gallery

Mark Pauline, a.k.a. Survival Research Laboratories, has resisted the commercial side of the art world for years. Now he has work for sale in Chelsea.

Classical Music nytimes.com

Review: A Nostalgia Trip at the New York Philharmonic

While the program of Mozart, Tchaikovsky and Haydn, led by the pianist and conductor Jeffrey Kahane, was finely executed, it felt safe and predictable.

Mitchell, Arthur nytimes.com

Arthur Mitchell, Ballet’s ‘Grandfather of Diversity’

Mr. Mitchell, who at 83 still exudes grandness, is the subject of an exhibition at the Wallach gallery at Columbia’s Lenfest Center for the Arts.

lifestyleMolt reuters.com

Queen Elizabeth's granddaughter Zara expecting second baby

LONDON (Reuters) - Zara Tindall, the granddaughter of Britain's Queen Elizabeth, is pregnant with her second child, her spokeswoman said on Friday.

Art nytimes.com

The Struggling Artist at 86

Harry Bertschmann started his art career exhibiting alongside Mark Rothko and Franz Kline. For the next 60 years, he painted in almost total obscurity. Now he wants to get discovered.

cnn.com

Review: Fox's music competition show 'The Four' comes out flat

Fox decided to retire "American Idol," then experienced remorse when ABC stepped in to acquire the franchise. Yet the network's attempt to fill the void, "The Four: Battle for Stardom," is an uninspired addition to the singing-competition genre, with as much "American Gladiators" in its DNA as "Idol."

Housing and Urban Development Department nytimes.com

Trump Administration Postpones an Obama Fair-Housing Rule

HUD will delay rollout of a measure requiring communities to analyze how their policies might be fostering racial and economic inequality.

businessNews reuters.com

U.S. derivatives regulator to review bitcoin futures risks

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. derivatives regulator will hold two meetings to discuss the procedure and operational controls for listing and trading digital currency futures, it said on Thursday, amid rising concerns over the risks bitcoin poses to the financial system.

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UPDATE 1-U.S. derivatives regulator to review bitcoin futures risks

* Securities regulators also warn over bitcoin fraudsters (Adds SEC statement, details and context)

domesticNews reuters.com

Puerto Rico sets 90-day target for review of hurricane deaths

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Facing mounting criticism that his administration understated the death toll from September’s Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello on Thursday established a 90-day process to review the causes of thousands of recent deaths.

Art nytimes.com

Is Donald Trump, Wall-Builder-in-Chief, a Conceptual Artist?

Christoph Büchel, the artist provocateur, proposes protecting the border wall prototypes as a national monument because they “talk so much about our history.”

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Metropolitan Museum to charge fixed admission fee for non-New Yorkers

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York City's Metropolitan Museum of Art, one of the world's most popular museums, will start charging a fixed admission fee for out-of-state visitors rather than urge they pay a suggested donation, museum officials announced on Thursday.

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U.S. derivatives regulator announces meetings to review futures based on cryptocurrencies

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The leading U.S. derivatives regulator announced Thursday it would be holding a pair of meetings to review the process for allowing futures based on cryptocurrencies to come to market.

Television nytimes.com

Review: In ‘The Chi,’ a Young Man Dies, and the Ripples Spread

The new Showtime drama from Lena Waithe is not so much a crime story as a story about what happens after a crime.

Metropolitan Museum of Art nytimes.com

Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay

With a decline in visitors paying the “suggested” full admission price, the museum is looking for ways to regain revenue.

Art nytimes.com

Critic’s Notebook: Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

Joyce J. Scott explores the terrain between craft and art in her glass-beaded series focusing on racism and violence.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘In Between’ Tells of Three Women Fighting Patriarchy in Tel Aviv

Maysaloun Hamoud’s debut feature is a timely, warm and energetic celebration of friendship.

Puppets nytimes.com

Review: A Wondrous ‘Pinocchio’ With That ‘Lion King’ Magic

In a creative master stroke, this National Theater adaptation of the Disney film uses oversized puppets to play adults, who tower over the title figure.

companyNews reuters.com

BRIEF-Rigel to Provide Business Review and Updated Phase 2 Results for Fostamatinib

* RIGEL PHARMACEUTICALS - ‍FDA HAS CONFIRMED IT DOES NOT PLAN TO CONVENE ONCOLOGY DRUGS ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING TO DISCUSS NDA FOR FOSTAMATINIB​

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Fewer family visas approved as Trump toughens vetting of immigrants: Reuters review

NEW YORK (Reuters) - President Donald Trump is ramping up calls on the U.S. Congress to stop legal immigrants from sponsoring extended family members who want to move to the United States, saying so-called "chain migration" poses a threat to national security.

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New York reviewing tax system changes after new federal tax bill

NEW YORK (Reuters) - New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said on Wednesday the state is developing a plan to restructure its current income and payroll tax system in reaction to the massive U.S. federal tax overhaul passed along party lines in late December.

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Alphabet's Google explores sale of restaurant reviewer Zagat: sources

(Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google is exploring a potential sale of Zagat, the U.S. restaurant review guide which the search giant bought for $151 million in 2011, people familiar with the matter said.

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Alphabet's Google explores sale of restaurant reviewer Zagat -sources

Jan 3 (Reuters) - Alphabet Inc's Google is exploring a potential sale of Zagat, the U.S. restaurant review guide which the search giant bought for $151 million in 2011, people familiar with the matter said.

Art nytimes.com

Show Us Your Wall: See the Art That Tavi Gevinson Collects

The blogger-turned-actress lives in Brooklyn and is drawn to artwork about young women.

companyNews reuters.com

BRIEF-Redhawk Announces Notification of TSX Continued Listing Eligibility Review

* REDHAWK RESOURCES - HAS BEEN NOTIFIED BY TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE THAT IT IS REVIEWING ELIGIBILITY FOR CONTINUED LISTING OF CO'S COMMON SHARES Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

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BRIEF-South Jersey Industries Seeks Approval For The Acquisition Of Elizabethtown Gas

* SOUTH JERSEY INDUSTRIES: SOUTH JERSEY INDUSTRIES SEEKS APPROVAL FOR THE ACQUISITION OF ELIZABETHTOWN GAS

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Everyday Chatter Unveils a Mystery in ‘Say Something Bunny!’

Alison S.M. Kobayashi was determined to figure out who made a set of puzzling 1950s recordings. Her detective work led to a sneakily moving interactive play.

Documentary Films and Programs nytimes.com

Review: The Incomplete Vision of ‘Anatomy of a Male Ballet Dancer’

This documentary about the dancer Marcelo Gomes was completed before he left American Ballet Theater in December after allegations of sexual misconduct.

Art nytimes.com

In Hollywood, Another Sign of Women Punching Back

The artwork “Champ,” a white neon outline of a uterus with fiberglass boxing gloves, is to go on display there on Feb. 27.

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘The X-Files’ in a Familiar Groove

Season 11 of the revived fan-favorite series follows a template whose pleasures are starting to feel a little routine.

Artificial Intelligence nytimes.com

Op-Ed Contributor: A.I. and Big Data Could Power a New War on Poverty

Conventional wisdom says artificial intelligence will eliminate jobs. But it can also improve education and employment.

Opera nytimes.com

Review: The Met Opera’s ‘Tosca’ Overcomes Months of Chaos

The stakes were high and the cancellations many. What the Met delivered was fine singing in a traditional-looking, scrupulously inoffensive production.

Republican Party nytimes.com

Op-Ed Columnist: 7 Wishes for 2018

2017 was one of the darker years in modern American history. Here’s hoping for the beginnings of a turning point.

topNews reuters.com

Chief justice orders review of sexual harassment standards in U.S. judiciary

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts said on Sunday he would launch a review in 2018 of how the federal judiciary handles sexual harassment, following the recent resignation of a U.S. appeals court judge amid allegations of inappropriate sexual conduct and comments.

Artificial Intelligence nytimes.com

How Do You Vote? 50 Million Google Images Give a Clue

Artificial intelligence is making it possible for Street Views to be mined for insights about the economy, politics and human behavior — just as text mining has done for years.

Art nytimes.com

The Acrobatic Artwork That Pretty Much Sums Up 2017

“Mechanics of History” features a circular staircase, a trampoline and entitled men, persistent and ever ascending.

worldNews reuters.com

Greece on Turkey asylum row: democracies cannot threaten or be threatened

ATHENS (Reuters) - Greece dismissed Turkish anger on Sunday over its decision to grant asylum to a soldier who Ankara accuses of involvement in the abortive coup against President Tayyip Erdogan in July 2016.

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Turkey says Greece granting asylum to alleged coup plotter will affect ties

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey said on Saturday a Greek court's granting of asylum to a Turkish soldier accused of a role in last year's coup attempt would affect bilateral relations and cooperation on regional issues.

Japan Earthquake and Tsunami (2011) nytimes.com

Would You Play Ball at Fukushima?

Local officials and residents hope sports teams and the 2020 Olympics change how the world sees the area at the center of 2011’s deadly tsunami and radiation leak.

Same-Sex Marriage, Civil Unions and Domestic Partnerships nytimes.com

Vows: Of All the Blogs in the World, He Walks Into Mine

Adam Kurtz and Mitchell Kuga floated in the same social media circles until online intrigue led to a 1 a.m. pizza date.

Art nytimes.com

Sunday Routine: How Carter Cleveland, of Artsy, Spends His Sundays

The entrepreneur sleeps in, goes to yoga, sits under a tree, steams, and always has dinner with his family on the Upper West Side, where he grew up.

Art nytimes.com

The Materials Man of the Emirates

Hassan Sharif shaped the art scene in the UAE from its street trash. “But his art insists that nothing is wasted if you make waste your creative source.”

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: MoMA Upends Its Collection to Celebrate Late Careers

The Museum of Modern Art proves that creativity is not just a young person’s game, stocking its fourth-floor galleries with works made by artists 45 and older.

companyNews reuters.com

BRIEF-PNM Resources Says Unit Requested That Commission Reconsider Order In General Rate Review

* PNM RESOURCES - CO'S UNIT REQUESTED THAT NEW MEXICO COMMISSION RECONSIDER THEIR REJECTION OF ITS GENERAL RATE REVIEW SETTLEMENT AGREEMENT DATED MAY 23 Source text for Eikon: Further company coverage:

Theater nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein,’ a Monster to Love

The dancer Robert Fairchild’s creature has a delicate, disarming beauty in Ensemble for the Romantic Century’s ambitious but awkward production.

companyNews reuters.com

BRIEF-Avangrid Says Completed Review Of Gas Storage Business

* AVANGRID HAS COMPLETED THE REVIEW OF ITS GAS STORAGE BUSINESS

Smartphones nytimes.com

Tech We’re Using: A World of Deal Making, Gleaned With an iPhone X

Michael de la Merced, a DealBook reporter in London, discussed his favorite tech tool — an iPhone X — and British norms for using the gadget socially.

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: From the Personal to the Political, 19 Artists to Watch Next Year

“Fictions,” the latest of the Studio Museum in Harlem’s regular surveys of black and Latino artists, highlights personal narratives and social justice.

companyNews reuters.com

BRIEF-Aveva Says U.S. CFIUS Review Of Schneider Deal Moved To Phase II

* ‍REVIEW PROCEDURE OF COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN INVESTMENTS IN UNITED STATES ("CFIUS") IS STILL ONGOING AND HAS NOW MOVED ON TO PHASE II​

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘In the Fade’ Is a Tale of Grief and Violence in Modern Germany

In Fatih Akin’s new film, Diane Kruger plays a Hamburg woman who fights for justice and sanity after the murder of her husband and son.

Restaurants nytimes.com

Restaurant Review: From Burgers to Sundaes, the Loyal Plays to the Crowd

The menu at John Fraser’s newest restaurant has something for everybody. And it often seems as if everybody decided to eat there at once.

Gardner, Isabella Stewart, Museum nytimes.com

Clock Is Ticking on $10 Million Reward in Gardner Art Heist

Until 2018 begins, a $10 million reward remains on the table for information leading to the return of art stolen from the Gardner Museum in Boston.

Art nytimes.com

Op-Art: 2017, With All the Trimmings

Twelve illustrators sum up their year in the form of an ornament.

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Review: Christopher Plummer Dominates ‘All the Money in the World’

Mr. Plummer, who replaced Kevin Spacey in the role of J. Paul Getty, is magnetic in the film, which recounts the 1973 kidnapping of his grandson.

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Review: Daniel Day-Lewis Sews Up Another Great Performance in ‘Phantom Thread’

Paul Thomas Anderson’s latest film is a luxuriant love story set in 1950s London.

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Review: The Big and Minor Stakes of ‘Molly’s Game’

In Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Jessica Chastain plays a gambling entrepreneur running a high-stakes poker game. Much talking, some walking.

Art nytimes.com

Editorial: For Russian Artists in 1917, Art Was the Thing, Not Revolution

Amid suffering and chaos, painters of every leaning largely continued doing what they had been doing, whether to mark time or to provide escape.

Art nytimes.com

A Colorblind Artist? Yes, With a Little Help From His Friends

Worried that he couldn’t work as an illustrator, Loren Long hid his “obstacle.” Now it’s out in the open.

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Early NTSB review says crew not using electronic devices before Amtrak crash

The crew on the passenger train that derailed this week in Washington state was not seen using any personal electronic devices, an initial review from the National Transportation Safety Board said Friday.

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Rio ballerinas struggle amid Brazil's financial crisis

RIO DE JANEIRO (Reuters) - Rio de Janeiro's opulent Municipal Theatre has gone quiet this year as months of unpaid wages emptied its calendar of major works and pushed many ballerinas and opera singers into poverty.

Culture (Arts) nytimes.com

Their Words to Live By: Artists We Lost in 2017

Artists who died this year left behind gripping scenes, profound turns of phrase, unforgettable melodies and plenty of laughter. We pay tribute to a few of the most notable — through their own words.

Art nytimes.com

Jojo Is the Artist of Choice Among N.B.A. Stars

Joseph Anavim, a Long Island native, has made pop-art paintings for Carmelo Anthony, Kristaps Porzingis and many others.

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Novartis combo therapy for melanoma gets FDA priority review

ZURICH (Reuters) - The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has granted priority review for Novartis's Tafinlar in combination with Mekinist for treating some patients with advanced melanoma, the Swiss drugmaker said on Friday.

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Xcerra to resubmit China-backed deal for U.S. review

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 21 (Reuters) - U.S. semiconductor testing company Xcerra Corp said on Thursday in a filing that it would resubmit its deal to be acquired by a Chinese state-backed semiconductor investment fund to give U.S. regulators more time to review the transaction for national security concerns.

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: 5 Great Art Exhibitions to See in New York Before They Close

Here are some notable shows that may have escaped your notice and will all close after New Year’s (with one gallery exhibition that ends sooner).

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Review: An Empire Declines, Awash in Adultery and Gin and Tonics

“The Last Post” on Amazon Prime wraps the violent end of British colonialism in the Middle East in nostalgia for the seductions of expatriate life.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: In ‘The Post,’ Democracy Survives the Darkness

Steven Spielberg’s film about the Pentagon Papers is a ticktock thriller that pits freedom of the press — and a tough woman — against the White House.

Artificial Sweeteners nytimes.com

For Sore Throat, Xylitol and Probiotics Offer No Benefits Over Placebo

Researchers could find no difference in pain or swallowing problems between those chewing xylitol-sweetened gum, taking probiotics or using a placebo.

Art nytimes.com

Art Review: Remaking Ancient Greece, With Paints or Pixels

Elizabeth Price, a Turner Prize winner, pairs art and archaeology in her digital videos.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Downsizing,’ Matt Damon Sweats the Small Stuff

Alexander Payne looks at the big picture in his new movie.

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Review: ‘Hostiles’ Grapples With the Contradictions of the Western

An Army captain escorts an old enemy and a young widow from New Mexico to Montana in Scott Cooper’s violent modern horse opera.

Documentary Films and Programs nytimes.com

Review: In ‘A German Life,’ Goebbels’s Secretary Explains Her Actions

Did Goebbels’s secretary do anything more than type? This documentary lets viewers judge.

Art nytimes.com

Chuck Close Apologizes After Accusations of Sexual Harassment

Several women complained that the celebrated artist, known for his outsize portraits, asked them to pose naked and made inappropriate sexual comments.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘Pitch Perfect 3’ Keeps the Songs but Loses the Plot

The latest entry in this movie series fares best when its director treats it as a fantastical buddy comedy.

cnn.com

Puerto Rico faces a big problem in review of hurricane deaths

In the world of forensic pathology, there's a morbid truism: Bodies are evidence, and you need a body in order to fully examine a death.

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Trump's first year in a video review

Whether you think it was a total dumpster fire or the beginning of a great new America, it's hard to remember what exactly we all survived in this first year of President Donald Trump.

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Tolkien Christmas letters to his children to go on show

LONDON (Reuters) - A previously unseen series of illustrated Christmas letters written by the author J.R.R Tolkien to his children, featuring Santa Claus and his helper Polar Bear, are to go on show next year.

Artificial Intelligence nytimes.com

Even Imperfect Algorithms Can Improve the Criminal Justice System

A way to combat the capricious and biased nature of human decisions.

Heart nytimes.com

Phys Ed: Why Sitting May Be Bad for Your Heart

Excessive sitting was linked to higher levels of troponins, the same proteins released after a heart attack.

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A cross to bare: tattoos and tradition in Jerusalem

JERUSALEM (Reuters) - A small shop in the heart of Jerusalem's walled Old City offers Christian pilgrims indelible memories of their visit to the holy city: tattoos with religious designs unchanged for centuries.

Movies nytimes.com

Elizabeth Banks Was a Frustrated Actress. Now She’s a Determined Mogul.

The “Pitch Perfect” star has become an industry force, with producing deals at many studios: “There just became a moment where I was like, I need more control.”

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Review: In ‘The Greatest Showman,’ a P.T. Barnum Smaller Than Life

The film has the ingredients of a splashy good time — the charismatic Hugh Jackman, for one — but it fast becomes a standard-issue holiday biopic.

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South Korea's Samsung Bioepis says FDA to review Herceptin copy

SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Bioepis Co Ltd said on Wednesday the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted for review its copy of Swiss drugmaker Roche's blockbuster breast cancer drug Herceptin for potential approval.

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UPDATE 1-S.Korea's Samsung Bioepis says FDA to review Herceptin copy

* Herceptin is one of the world's best selling drugs (Adds background, Herceptin sales, changes slug)

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S.Korea's Samsung Bioepis says FDA to review Herceptin copy

SEOUL, Dec 20 (Reuters) - South Korea's Samsung Bioepis Co Ltd said on Wednesday the United States' Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has accepted for review its copy of blockbuster breast cancer drug Herceptin for potential approval.

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France pulls Marquis de Sade erotic novel from auction

PARIS (Reuters) - The auction of one of the world's earliest and most sordid erotic novels -- the Marquis de Sade's "120 Days of Sodom" -- has been halted after the French state declared it a national treasure and said it could not be sold to a foreign buyer.

Restaurants nytimes.com

Restaurant Review: Schnitzel and Strudel and Other Favorite Things, at Wallsé

Cue the Julie Andrews: After 17 years in the West Village, Kurt Gutenbrunner’s base camp still stands apart from other Austrian restaurants.

Opera nytimes.com

Review: The Met’s Holiday ‘Hansel’ Is Surreal (and Timely)

Children will enjoy the company’s colorful, daffy production of Humperdinck’s opera, while adults will be struck by its dark undercurrents.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle’ Has Dwayne Johnson as a Nerd

The magical game is back, and this time it’s turning geeks into action heroes and jocks into zoologists.

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CNN investigation prompts review of death toll

Following pressure from the media, there is now a review of the death toll in Puerto Rico following Hurricane Maria. CNN's Bill Weir reports.

Art nytimes.com

From the Fringes of Art Basel Miami Beach

A photographer’s look behind the shiny facade of an art extravaganza.

cnn.com

'A Christmas Story Live' gets bad reviews

Fox's "A Christmas Story Live!" didn't quite bring the holiday cheer on Sunday night.

Rap and Hip-Hop nytimes.com

Album Review: Hip-Hop Changes. Eminem Doesn’t.

His new album, “Revival,” is entrancing and mystifying, a showcase for a dexterous rapper and over-the-top provocateur searching for his middle-aged sound.

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Puerto Rico orders review of official Hurricane Maria death toll

(Reuters) - Puerto Rico's governor on Monday ordered a review of the deaths that occurred in the U.S. territory after Hurricane Maria struck, following multiple media reports that the death toll was far higher than the official count.

Art nytimes.com

What’s in a Rick Owens Retrospective? Whatever He Wants

The designer’s exhibition in Milan, which opens Dec. 15, includes his fashion designs but also a sculptural intrusion — globular, coiled, ominous.

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘A Christmas Story Live!’ Wasn’t Lively Enough

A game cast, lively score and sturdy source material made Fox’s holiday special pleasant enough, but the presentation was lackluster.

cnn.com

Puerto Rico's governor orders review of deaths possibly tied to Maria

Puerto Rico's Gov. Ricardo A. Rosselló has ordered a review of deaths that might be related to Hurricane Maria, according to Yennifer Alvarez, a spokeswoman for Rosselló. Currently the death toll stands at 64, but an in-depth investigation by CNN revealed the number could be much higher.

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After UK's Grenfell Tower fire deaths review calls for ‘culture change’

LONDON (Reuters) - An interim review into UK building regulations commissioned after the Grenfell Tower social housing block fire in London which killed 71 people in June, has called for a "culture change" in respect to fire safety.

Hurricane Maria (2017) nytimes.com

Puerto Rico Orders Review and Recount of Hurricane Deaths

The governor acknowledged on Monday that the official toll of 64 deaths from Hurricane Maria might be too low, after independent analyses yielded far higher estimates.

Art nytimes.com

Artist Who Filmed Beijing Crackdown Is Reportedly Freed on Bail

Hua Yong had recorded the city’s campaign to expel migrant workers in short videos and said in one of his last clips that his arrest was imminent.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: Mark Rylance Returns to Broadway as a Mad Monarch to Cherish

In Claire van Kampen’s strange, enchanting “Farinelli and the King,” from Shakespeare’s Globe in London, music hath charms to spare.

Art nytimes.com

After Moving Into the Neighborhood, a Store Walls Off ‘Spirit of Harlem’

When Footaction, a sneaker chain, moved into a corner storefront, it covered up a glass mosaic. Word of the mural’s absence spread quickly.

Television nytimes.com

Review: Kit Harington’s ‘Gunpowder’ Is a Nasty Bit of History, Handsomely Dressed

Kit Harington, best known for playing the King of the North on “Thrones,” stars in HBO’s “Gunpowder” as an ancestor who plotted to kill an actual king.

Republican Party nytimes.com

Letters: The Republican Party in the Age of Trump

Readers respond to articles asserting that the party “is rotting” and “broke Congress.”

Art nytimes.com

Mar-a-Lago Has a Feisty New Neighbor

Beth Rudin DeWoody opens a space for her vast collection of provocative contemporary art in West Palm Beach.

Art nytimes.com

Hito Steyerl Is an Artist With Power. She Uses It for Change.

This German filmmaker, writer and philosopher has been named the most influential person in the art world by a British magazine. But she sees value in even the poorest image.

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UPDATE 1-China regulators start antitrust review of Toshiba chip unit sale -report

* Formal anti-trust review process in China can take 180 days

Twelfth Night (Play) nytimes.com

Review: Finding Serenity in a Tempest-Tossed ‘Twelfth Night’

Fiasco Theater’s agreeable production of a much-performed play finds the clarity in a comedy of confusion.

Art nytimes.com

In a Time of Violence, Artists Probe Its Costs

Carrie Mae Weems, Theaster Gates, Lynn Nottage and other artists, poets and writers devote a day to exploring power in its various forms at the Park Avenue Armory.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: ‘Wormwood’ Confirms That Errol Morris Is Our Great Cinematic Sleuth

The American filmmaker chases down clues and tries to exorcise demons as he tackles the biggest case of his career.

Jean-Claude Van Johnson (TV Program) nytimes.com

Review: In ‘Jean-Claude Van Johnson,’ Van Damme Gives Us the True Hollywood Story

In Amazon’s “Jean-Claude Van Johnson,” we learn that films like “Bloodsport” and “Timecop” were covers for a career as a secret agent. That’s a relief.

Albers, Josef nytimes.com

Art Review: Homage to Mexico: Josef Albers and His Reality-Based Abstraction

A radiant Guggenheim exhibition grounds the proto-Minimalist abstract paintings of Josef Albers in the geometric grandeur of Mesoamerican monuments.

Movies nytimes.com

Review: The Sidekick as Hero in ‘The Ballad of Lefty Brown’

Bill Pullman stars in this Montana-set western, which tips its cowboy hat to classics of the genre.

Parties (Social) nytimes.com

A Smarter Way to Clean Up After Your Big Party

Now the party’s over …

Dancing nytimes.com

Review: Trisha Brown Company Is Back, in Witty, Delicate Glory

For anyone who cares about the continuance of Brown’s oeuvre, this performance by a crop of mostly new dancers was encouraging.

Art nytimes.com

Down an Internet Rabbit Hole With an Artist as Your Guide

Artists explore some of their off-kilter obsessions in a series of distinctive online videos.

Walmart Stores Inc nytimes.com

Walmart, Criticized for Low Wages, Will Let Workers Take Pay Before Payday

The retailer is giving its 1.4 million workers early access to part of their paychecks. Some critics of the company say it points to a need to raise wages.

Television nytimes.com

Review: ‘Mosaic’ is a Frustrating Soderbergh Story, Some Assembly Required

“Mosaic” will be an HBO mini-series in January. But first, it’s an intriguing if unsatisfying app, testing the limits of interactivity.

Martial Law nytimes.com

Philippines Extends Martial Law in South for Another Year

President Rodrigo Duterte said continued military rule on the southern island of Mindanao was needed to ensure the “total eradication” of militancy there.

Theater nytimes.com

Review: In ‘The Children,’ the Waters Rise and a Reckoning Comes Due

In Lucy Kirkwood’s chilling play, the meltdown of a nuclear power plant is not just an environmental crisis, but an existential one.

Movies nytimes.com

‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ Is Really Good! Here’s Our Review.

With charm and wit, the latest “Star Wars” movie unites the past and present as it looks toward the future.

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Marquis de Sade erotic novel, or some quantum theory? You choose

PARIS (Reuters) - Fancy some 232-year old pornography, written in the Bastille and hidden behind a stone?

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U.S. safety board to review final report on 2015 El Faro sinking

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. safety officials were due to meet on Tuesday to discuss their final report on the 2015 sinking of the El Faro freighter, which killed all 33 crew members in the worst cargo shipping disaster involving a U.S.-flagged vessel in more than three decades.

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BRIEF-Genetic Technologies Provides Update On Strategic Review Initiative

* GENETIC TECHNOLOGIES PROVIDES UPDATE ON STRATEGIC REVIEW INITIATIVE

Theater nytimes.com

Review: In This ‘Cruel Intentions,’ High School Schemers Sing the Best of the ’90s

The choice lines and the soundtrack hits are there in this enjoyable adaptation of the movie. Now it’s time to make a full-fledged show out of a quasi concert.

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SEC halts initial coin offering from restaurant review app

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission has stepped in to stop an "initial coin offering" (ICO) from a restaurant review app, after the company failed to register it as a security.

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Ancient Roman Pantheon to start charging entry fee in 2018

ROME (Reuters) - Visitors to Rome's Pantheon, one of the ancient world's best preserved monuments, will have to pay an entry fee from next May unless they are going there to pray, Italy's culture and tourism ministry said on Monday.