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Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Participants in a recent study on gun violence in movies were shown clips from six films, among them “Skyfall,” the 2012 James Bond thriller.
Xerox, Under Activists’ Pressure, Calls Off Merger With Fujifilm

Xerox, Under Activists’ Pressure, Calls Off Merger With Fujifilm

Xerox’s headquarters in Norwalk, Conn. The company said on Sunday that it would replace its chief executive, Jeff Jacobson, while making a series of changes to its board of directors.
Israel Feels Pride but Senses Peril as U.S. Moves Embassy

Israel Feels Pride but Senses Peril as U.S. Moves Embassy

A worker hung flags next to the entrance to the American Consulate in Jerusalem last week.
What I Saw: At the Gaza-Israel Fence: Raw Nerves and Shots Fired

What I Saw: At the Gaza-Israel Fence: Raw Nerves and Shots Fired

Palestinian demonstrators at the fence between Gaza and Israel on Sunday held up protest signs in Hebrew.
In Iraq Election, Voters Freed From War Focus on Daily Struggles

In Iraq Election, Voters Freed From War Focus on Daily Struggles

A woman cast her ballot in Iraq’s parliamentary elections at a polling station in the Sadr City district of Baghdad on Saturday.
Why Traditional TV Is in Trouble

Why Traditional TV Is in Trouble

This season’s top-rated broadcast TV show, the revival of “Roseanne,” has a median viewer age of 52.9 years. The most popular shows on TV skew on the older side.
Op-Ed Columnist: I’m Not Quoting Enough Women

Op-Ed Columnist: I’m Not Quoting Enough Women

A panel of economists at the International Monetary Fund in 2013. From left, Larry Summers, Olivier Blanchard, Ken Rogoff, Stanley Fischer and Ben Bernanke.
Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When Companies Supersize, Paychecks Shrink

Contributing Op-Ed Writer: When Companies Supersize, Paychecks Shrink

T-Mobile CEO John Legere, left, and Sprint CEO Marcelo Claure on April 30, the day after announcing their merger.
A TV Season Full of Lessons

A TV Season Full of Lessons

The first-year show “The Good Doctor,” with Freddie Highmore, was a surprise hit for ABC.
Grace Notes: Dear Reader: You Misunderstood My Story. Signed, Truman Capote.

Grace Notes: Dear Reader: You Misunderstood My Story. Signed, Truman Capote.

A recently unearthed letter from Truman Capote explains one of his early short stories to a reader, and offers a glimpse of him as a young writer.

Retro Report: ‘This Is Not a Drill’: The Threat of Nuclear Annihilation

Veterans of the Cold War say Americans are too complacent about the risk of catastrophe as the number of nuclear hot spots increases.
Using Data to Make Sense of a Racial Disparity in NYC Marijuana Arrests

Using Data to Make Sense of a Racial Disparity in NYC Marijuana Arrests

In the precinct covering the predominantly black Queens Village neighborhood, the marijuana arrest rate is significantly higher than in nearby Forest Hills, which is predominantly white.
Review: Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville Lead a Hard-Run ‘Long Day’s Journey’

Review: Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville Lead a Hard-Run ‘Long Day’s Journey’

Lesley Manville and Jeremy Irons in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night” at the Brooklyn Academy of Music.
Reality TV Kingpin Mike Darnell Wants One More Hit

Reality TV Kingpin Mike Darnell Wants One More Hit

As the head of unscripted programming at Warner Bros., Mike Darnell oversees more than 30 series that appear on cable, broadcast networks or in syndication.
Chuck Knox, 3-Time N.F.L. Coach of the Year, Is Dead at 86

Chuck Knox, 3-Time N.F.L. Coach of the Year, Is Dead at 86

Chuck Knox, coach of the Buffalo Bills, waves to Jets coach Walt Michaels after the Bills defeated the Jets in the playoffs in 1981. At left is Fred Smerlas of the Bills.