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Is the #MeToo Movement Dying?

This article is part of the Debatable newsletter. You can sign up here to receive it on Wednesdays. Harvey Weinstein,…

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Supreme Court Sides With Border Agent Accused of Using Excessive Force

WASHINGTON — The owner of an inn on the Canadian border who said he had been assaulted by a Border…

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‘Mr. Parker’ Review: Starting Over

Being a famous artist’s spouse is not easy. Being a famous person’s surviving spouse might be even tougher. That is…

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Klay Thompson’s Fix for His Shooting Woes? Unearthing His Alter Ego.

BOSTON — Klay Thompson might as well have spent Game 2 of the N.B.A. finals on Sunday launching the ball…

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Canada’s Military, Where Sexual Misconduct Went to the Top, Looks for a New Path

OTTAWA — Several of Canada’s top military officers have been accused of sexual harassment, and the former top commander pleaded…

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‘The Wire’ at 20: ‘This Show Will Live Forever’

David Simon concedes that it takes a special kind of [expletive] to say, “I told you so.” “But I can’t…

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Stop Pretending All Books Are Written in English

About a decade ago, when I was an editor at The New York Times Book Review, we left the name…

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White Sox Call Josh Donaldson’s ‘Jackie’ Comments Racist

White Sox Manager Tony La Russa didn’t mince words when he was asked what happened between Yankees third baseman Josh…

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These 90-Year-Old Runners Have Some Advice for You

The scene at the Ansin Sports Complex in Miramar, Fla., was recognizable, not unlike any high school track-and-field meet. There…

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10 Republican Voters in Swing States on Trump’s Hold on the Party

The nostalgia was powerful, and came with a twist. In the latest Times Opinion focus group, 10 Republican voters in…

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