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Overwatch Bets Gaming Fans Will Cheer for the Home Team to Save the World

Overwatch Bets Gaming Fans Will Cheer for the Home Team to Save the World

Jill Cagaoan and other New York Excelsior supporters wore the team’s Overwatch League jerseys to a watch party at Waypoint Cafe in Manhattan in June.
‘BoJack Horseman’ Creator Talks About Hollywood and Forgiveness

‘BoJack Horseman’ Creator Talks About Hollywood and Forgiveness

Raphael Bob-Waksberg, the creator of the animated satire “BoJack Horseman,” whose fifth season has debuted on Netflix.
For the First Time, the Met Will Perform Opera on Sundays

For the First Time, the Met Will Perform Opera on Sundays

Sunday matinees will become a regular part of the Met’s offerings in the 2019-20 season. The following year, the Met will take a midwinter break in February.
In Face of Trump Criticism, NATO Works to Build Conservative Support

In Face of Trump Criticism, NATO Works to Build Conservative Support

Jens Stoltenberg, NATO’s secretary general, left, met with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Washington on Thursday.
It’s a Climate Summit. Why Is the Electric Shuttle Nearly Empty?

It’s a Climate Summit. Why Is the Electric Shuttle Nearly Empty?

An electric Bus transports Summit attendees to and from the Moscone Center in downtown San Francisco.
The Shows I’m Afraid to Look Forward To

The Shows I’m Afraid to Look Forward To

Cher in a Bob Mackie outfit in 1978. She will be portrayed by three actresses in the forthcoming jukebox musical “The Cher Show.”
Critic’s Notebook: At Toronto, Women Who Are Shockingly, Thrillingly Human

Critic’s Notebook: At Toronto, Women Who Are Shockingly, Thrillingly Human

Nicole Kidman is close to unrecognizable in “Destroyer,” shown at the Toronto Film Festival.
Volkswagen Beetle, Symbol of ’60s Counterculture, Will Be Discontinued Again

Volkswagen Beetle, Symbol of ’60s Counterculture, Will Be Discontinued Again

Vintage Volkswagen Beetles in June. The carmaker said this week that it will stop producing the vehicle in July.
Even in Better Times, Some Americans Seem Farther Behind. Here’s Why.

Even in Better Times, Some Americans Seem Farther Behind. Here’s Why.

A man uses a cell phone while crossing a street in midtown Manhattan, Thursday, July 19, 2018, in New York.
Russians Planned Attack on Lab Testing Salisbury Nerve Agent, Swiss Say

Russians Planned Attack on Lab Testing Salisbury Nerve Agent, Swiss Say

The Spiez Laboratory, which the Swiss said was the target of planned cyber sabotage by two Russian agents.
Fallen Stars, From Roseanne Barr to Kevin Spacey, Rearrange Fall TV

Fallen Stars, From Roseanne Barr to Kevin Spacey, Rearrange Fall TV

The Roseanne-free “The Connors,” starring John Goodman, is one of several shows that are remaking themselves after firing actors who were accused of acting reprehensibly.
For Cynthia Nixon, What Went Wrong in New York Primary? (Clue: Governor Cuomo)

For Cynthia Nixon, What Went Wrong in New York Primary? (Clue: Governor Cuomo)

Cynthia Nixon said at her concession speech on Thursday: “We have fundamentally changed the political landscape in this state. And we have changed what is expected of a Democratic candidate running in
Janet Weinberg, 63, Dies; Advocate for Gay Causes and the Disabled

Janet Weinberg, 63, Dies; Advocate for Gay Causes and the Disabled

Janet Weinberg in 2011. She was an official at the Lesbian & Gay Community Services Center and later at the Gay Men’s Health Crisis.
Minor Offenses From Long Ago Are Keeping Dozens of Migrant Families Separated

Minor Offenses From Long Ago Are Keeping Dozens of Migrant Families Separated

A mother and child who were reunited after four months apart in Phoenix, Ariz., in July. Some “tender-age” children are still separated from their parents despite a court-imposed deadline to reunite
In This North Carolina Coastal Town, ‘Downtown Is Literally Underwater’

In This North Carolina Coastal Town, ‘Downtown Is Literally Underwater’

Volunteers rescued three children from their flooded home in James City, N.C., just outside of New Bern, on Friday. The area has suffered substantial flooding.