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Arts

F. Murray Abraham Would Make ‘The White Lotus’ All Over Again

The buzzy series is one of several featuring the actor, who at 83 is finding some of the most satisfying…

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Food

18 Recipes to Feed a Crowd When Everyone’s Home for the Holidays

Our reporters and editors know what it takes to cook a lot of food — and make it look effortless.…

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World

The Political Winds Are Blowing. And Blowing. And Blowing.

Gail Collins: Bret, I think we’ve got good fighting topics this week, but let me start with a rather mellow…

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Arts

Review: The Met Opera’s Grand Old ‘Aida’ Isn’t Dead Yet

But opening night of the huge production’s final run, shakily cast, presented a show that seemed to be begging to…

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World

When Gay Rights Clash With Religious Freedom

The day the Supreme Court’s Obergefell v. Hodges ruling came down in 2015, establishing a constitutional right to same-sex marriage,…

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World

The Man Who Neutered Trump

It’s not surprising that Gov. Brian Kemp of Georgia, fresh off his re-election victory, would take a field trip to…

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World

I Still Believe in Effective Altruism, Emphasis on ‘Effective’

Credit...Pavel PopovThis article is part of Times Opinion’s Holiday Giving Guide 2022. Read more about the guide in a note…

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World

Wonking Out: When Should We Declare Victory Over Inflation?

Put on your statistical noise-canceling headphones, and the sound you hear is that of falling underlying inflation. Even Jerome Powell,…

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Sports

Bitter Finish Brings Chance for U.S. to Look Forward

AL RAYYAN, Qatar — The whistle blew on the United States at this World Cup, and through the Khalifa International…

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World

With Mauna Loa’s Eruption, a Rare Glimpse Into the Earth

The world’s largest active volcano erupted for the first time in 38 years, raising excitement among scientists who are eager…

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