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For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

For Hugh Grant, a Smaller Screen Brings a More Complex Role

In “A Very English Scandal,” coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hugh Grant steps away from romantic hero types to play a brilliant but ruthless real-life member of Parliament.
In an East Boston Shipyard, a Fresh Idea for Art

In an East Boston Shipyard, a Fresh Idea for Art

Inside the new ICA Watershed, a former factory space turned exhibition space, retains its industrial feel. Diana Thater’s “Delphine” lets visitors enter an underwater world. Four light projections
‘Surprised and Dismayed’: Readers Respond to Our Best 25 Plays List

‘Surprised and Dismayed’: Readers Respond to Our Best 25 Plays List

Denis O’Hare, left, and Daniel Sunjata in Richard Greenberg’s baseball-themed “Take Me Out,” which several readers felt was overlooked.
California Today: California Today: Recalling Japanese Internment in the Era of Trump

California Today: California Today: Recalling Japanese Internment in the Era of Trump

Mas Okui at the entrance of Manzanar in April. He revisits the former internment camp every year.
OPEC, After Bolstering Prices, Considers Ramping Up Oil Production

OPEC, After Bolstering Prices, Considers Ramping Up Oil Production

Saudi Arabia’s energy minister, Khalid al-Falih, has led a shift among producers to raise production of crude oil.
How Tastes Have Changed: ‘Imps and Mods’ Stutter at London Auctions

How Tastes Have Changed: ‘Imps and Mods’ Stutter at London Auctions

“Drei Pferde” (1912) by the German Expressionist painter Franz Marc.
Melania Trump, World Cup, N.B.A. Draft: Your Friday Briefing

Melania Trump, World Cup, N.B.A. Draft: Your Friday Briefing

A Border Patrol agent in Texas this month. Republicans in the Senate are backing narrow legislation to ensure that children are not taken from their parents at the border, but there is disagreement
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trickle Down Trumpsters and the Debasement of Language

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: Trickle Down Trumpsters and the Debasement of Language

Mike Leach, head football coach at Washington State University, tweeted out a video that was doctored to make Barack Obama sound like a one-world-government tyrant. In response to criticism, he wrote,
Living in Color

Living in Color

Roberta Freymann, who created the lifestyle brand Roberta Roller Rabbit, prefers bright paint colors for her rooms because she believes they boost productivity and creativity.
Saudi Women Can Drive, but Here’s the Real Roadblock

Saudi Women Can Drive, but Here’s the Real Roadblock

Hanan Iskandar, on the motorcycle, and Doaa Bassem, second from left, received training this month to prepare for this Sunday, the first day women will be legally permitted to drive in Saudi Arabia.
Italy’s Economy Was Humming Nicely. Then Came Trump.

Italy’s Economy Was Humming Nicely. Then Came Trump.

A factory in Assisi, Italy, run by IRON, which makes industrial steel parts. “We depend on access to a global market,” the company’s commercial director, Claudio Capponi, said. “It’s the uncertainty
Nonfiction: Woodrow Wilson Achieved a Lot. So Why Is He So Scorned?

Nonfiction: Woodrow Wilson Achieved a Lot. So Why Is He So Scorned?

President Woodrow Wilson, seated left, with Champ Clark, the speaker of the House, seated right.
Senator Jeff Merkley, a Quiet Stalwart of the Left, Has a Breakout Moment at the Border

Senator Jeff Merkley, a Quiet Stalwart of the Left, Has a Breakout Moment at the Border

Senator Jeff Merkley, Democrat of Oregon, has until now been an under-the-radar presence in Washington.