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My Grandfather’s Death Party Was a Final Gift to His Family

My grandfather liked to stage a scene. He moved to California in 1935 to work in Hollywood, becoming a director…

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Business

Meta Removes Chinese Effort to Influence U.S. Elections

Meta, the parent company of Facebook and Instagram, said on Tuesday that it had discovered and taken down what it…

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Arts

Review: The Inescapable Vibrations of ‘Violet’

The lights go up on five dancers standing at the back of the stage, evenly spaced, facing outward. It’s the…

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Travel

Deadlier Than the Titanic: A Ferry Set Out With About 1,900 Aboard. Only 64 Survived.

ZIGUINCHOR, Senegal — Up on the deck, dozens of university students played cards. In the first-class cabins below, passengers watched…

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Sports

Federer’s Goodbye a Reminder of the Events and Shots That Make His Legacy

After Roger Federer bid a teary and moving farewell to competitive tennis late Friday night in London, one of his…

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Travel

On a corpse’s wrist, an emblem of Ukrainian fortitude.

KYIV, Ukraine — The body pulled from a pit in Izium was in a bad state of decomposition, the skin…

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Business

Regulators Accuse Amazon of Singling Out Union Organizers for Discipline

Federal labor regulators have moved to force Amazon to scrap a rule that governs employees’ use of nonwork areas, accusing…

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Arts

‘Don’t Worry Darling’ Review: Burning Down the Dollhouse

Soon into the candy-colored feminist gothic “Don’t Worry Darling,” the director Olivia Wilde tips her hand. The movie takes place…

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Sports

How to Watch Aaron Judge’s Pursuit of 61 Homers

Aaron Judge, who hit his 60th home run of the season in the ninth inning of Tuesday’s monster comeback against…

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World

John Train, Paris Review Co-Founder and Cold War Operative, Dies at 94

One day, while John Train was a graduate student in comparative literature at Harvard University, he encountered in an issue…

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