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Some are preparing for a potential downturn by cutting spending and raising money earlier than planned. Just as they did before.
At 32, the director of “Waves” has made his third and most personal film about how families come together and fall apart.
At the Metropolitan Opera, Richard Eyre’s staging of the classic Mozart comedy seems imposing. But it comes off too mild.
A four-time Olympic gold medal winner, he failed to qualify in the hurdles at the 1948 Olympic trials, but won gold in the 100-meter dash.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s support of a gas price increase signals a potential crackdown on demonstrations.
Money can’t buy the good will of a crucial Democratic constituency, black voters, ahead of likely presidential bid.
Readers react to Nicholas Kristof’s concerns about the dangerous effects of social isolation.
Readers disagree about whether political humor is a salve during difficult times or an unwelcome reminder.
Making the case against the tax proposal by Senator Elizabeth Warren.
On Saturday, a group of students accosted an African-American student, using a racial slur. It was the latest in a rash of racist and anti-Semitic incidents on campus.
The racket Williams broke in her chaotic United States Open final against Naomi Osaka in 2018 has become an unusual piece of sports memorabilia.
Practice for Thanksgiving, and make Alexa Weibel’s vegetarian mushroom Wellington. Or keep it weeknight, with hot-sauce roast chicken and salmon burgers.
Jennifer Arcuri’s ties to the British prime minister have come under scrutiny.
It was slick and foggy at the time of the crash, officials said. Injuries ranged from minor to serious.
Viewers were incredulous that the Duke of York subjected himself to polite-but-relentless grilling about accusations that he had sex with a teenager.
Owayne Mcleod was frequently bullied in school after he arrived in New York from Jamaica. That fueled his interest in boxing, and now he dreams of fighting professionally.
Ahead of a possible Democratic run for president, the former mayor of New York City reversed himself before an important party constituency: black voters.
Former Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and the popular anti-migrant leader Matteo Salvini may be out of power. But their sparring has come to dominate Italy’s political life.
Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.
A Texas couple thought Nov. 1 was as good a time as any for a giant snowman in their front yard. The homeowners’ association poured hot water on the idea.
Health care had not been a driving issue for the Massachusetts senator. But the expansive $20.5 trillion package could come to define her candidacy anyway.
The women, who sued Mr. Epstein’s estate last week, say victims of sex crimes should get more time to bring civil claims.
Recent residential sales in New York City and the region.
El debate sobre la apropiación cultural de la cantante española es injusto: su música encarna, con altura, la forma artística más elocuente de la globalización: el remix.
The world’s largest oil company is providing more data for potential investors in its initial public offering, which is expected next month.
Mr. Rajapaksa, a former defense chief and brother of an ex-president, vowed to bring stability to a country still reeling from attacks on Easter Sunday.
“Days of Our Impeachment” opened the episode, and Harry Styles did double duty as the host and musical guest.
The company, like much of corporate America, has not made good on its promised investment surge from President Trump’s 2017 tax cuts.
Reporting the smell of gas, getting a private bus ride and more reader tales of New York City in this week’s Metropolitan Diary.
Olivia Colman takes the throne in Season 3 of “The Crown.” And Amazon’s alternative history series comes to an end.
The White House said that the president wanted to get a head start on portions of his annual physical exam and that he was in good health.
A siege at a university escalated on Sunday as the police swooped in and threatened to use live rounds against antigovernment protesters.
The couple met in the eighth grade. They were married in Palm Springs, Calif.
The couple met on the Right Stuff, a dating website.
The couple met in September 2018 through the dating app Bumble.
The bride, an entertainment consultant, and the groom, a television writer, met in group therapy in Los Angeles.
The bride is a vice president for Huge, a Brooklyn-based digital agency. The groom is a Spanish language content manager for Major League Soccer. The couple met on Tinder.
They met at a wedding, but didn’t go out until they reconnected on the dating app Hinge.
The couple were set up by a mutual friend and had their first date at Henry’s Public, a restaurant in Brooklyn.
The couple met four years ago through OkCupid.
The couple met in Manhattan in 2015 on the red carpet of the Lucille Lortel Awards, an annual event honoring achievement in Off Broadway theater.
The couple met in May 2017 on Tinder.
The couple met in August 2015 during a production of “The Secret Garden” at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park.
Corrections that appeared in print on Sunday, Nov. 17, 2019.
Quotation of the Day for Sunday, November 17, 2019.
One day after former President Barack Obama cautioned against being out of touch with voters, Democratic candidates said there was a winner among them.
Don’t count on it.
He was 8 and traveling with his family when the German airship caught fire and crashed in New Jersey.
Mr. Buttigieg had a surprisingly robust lead in the latest Des Moines Register and CNN poll. Elizabeth Warren, Bernie Sanders and Joseph R. Biden Jr. were in a statistical tie for second.
Randolph Ross wants to see you in his office!
The orders drew cheers from some but were seen by others as a sign of disregard for the judicial process.
John Bel Edwards of Louisiana, a rare Democratic governor in the South, was re-elected for a second term, beating back a challenger heavily supported by President Trump.
The leader, Jeanine Añez, promised to unify a nation in turmoil. But her initial steps, taking the country rightward and injecting religious themes, risk deepening the divide.
See full results and maps from the Louisiana elections.
Live results and detailed maps by precinct.
Kaepernick moved his tryout at the last moment amid a disagreement with the N.F.L. over media access. Few team scouts followed.
The National Center for Transgender Equality has lost roughly two-thirds of its staff members as it faces an important year ahead.
The risks and realities — and more new stories from NYT Parenting.