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Ex-Equifax Executive Charged With Insider Trading Tied to ’17 Breach

Ex-Equifax Executive Charged With Insider Trading Tied to ’17 Breach

Equifax headquarters in Atlanta. The company’s systems were hacked in 2017, compromising the confidential information of millions of Americans.
An Unwanted Kiss on ‘American Idol’

An Unwanted Kiss on ‘American Idol’

The first kiss of an aw-shucks teenager from Oklahoma, delivered by a superstar singer, might have made for a sweet pop-culture moment in a previous era. But as the nation re-examines sexual conduct
Andrew McCabe, a Symbol of Trump’s F.B.I. Ire, Faces Possible Firing

Andrew McCabe, a Symbol of Trump’s F.B.I. Ire, Faces Possible Firing

Andrew G. McCabe during a Senate Intelligence Committee hearing in May.
CNN Moves Chris Cuomo to Prime Time

CNN Moves Chris Cuomo to Prime Time

Chris Cuomo’s coverage of the Trump administration has drawn plaudits and some right-wing blowback.
In Death as in Life, Women Count. Here’s How The Times Counted Them.

In Death as in Life, Women Count. Here’s How The Times Counted Them.

An excerpt from the 1858 New York Times obituary of the world traveler Ida Pfeiffer, the first of three women to receive an obit in the first year The Times started indexing.
In Fashion: In Extreme Times, Extreme Clothes

In Fashion: In Extreme Times, Extreme Clothes

At Gucci, Alessandro Michele presented a post-national vision of a vanished, mythic aristocracy — one that alluded to lost dynasties and empires. All clothing by Gucci, gucci.com.
Listen In on a Violinist’s Rehearsal Room

Listen In on a Violinist’s Rehearsal Room

Jennifer Koh at the composer Missy Mazzoli's apartment in Brooklyn, rehearsing for a series of concerts at National Sawdust this month.

Stephen Hawking, Pop Culture Icon

Stephen Hawking, one of the greatest physicists of our time, died on Wednesday. He is immortalized by his brilliant research, but also by his pop culture appearances.
Curses! And Why They Work So Well Onstage (Sometimes)

Curses! And Why They Work So Well Onstage (Sometimes)

From left, Sean Patrick Doyle, Beth Kirkpatrick, Florrie Bagel and Luke Grooms in “Jerry Springer — The Opera.”
Media Memo: At the Fox News Site, a Sudden Focus on Women as Sex Offenders

Media Memo: At the Fox News Site, a Sudden Focus on Women as Sex Offenders

The FoxNews.com home page on the afternoon of Dec. 15, with an article on female teachers accused of sex offenses on the right-hand side.
Food Matters: Vive le Croissant!

Food Matters: Vive le Croissant!

Clockwise from top left: Supermoon pistachio-rose croissant; Supermoon mango croissant; Vive la Tarte blood orange croissant; Dominique Ansel pear-chamomile Cronut; Vive la Tarte
Tech We’re Using: In Hollywood, Cutting the Cord and Other Disruptions

Tech We’re Using: In Hollywood, Cutting the Cord and Other Disruptions

Brooks Barnes prefers low-tech solutions, including keeping his appointments in a paper planner.
When the Old Masters Were the P.R. Agents of the Rich and Powerful

When the Old Masters Were the P.R. Agents of the Rich and Powerful

Hans Mielich’s portraits of Albert V, duke of Bavaria, and Archduchess Anna (both 1556) at the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, part of the exhibition “High Society.”
Stephen Hawking, in His Own Words

Stephen Hawking, in His Own Words

In 2007, when he was 65, Stephen Hawking took part in a zero-gravity flight. Asked why he took such risks, he said, “I want to show that people need not be limited by physical handicaps as long as
Britain Expels 23 Russian Diplomats Over Ex-Spy’s Poisoning

Britain Expels 23 Russian Diplomats Over Ex-Spy’s Poisoning

Prime Minister Theresa May said on Monday that it was “highly likely that Russia was responsible” for the nerve-agent attack on Sergei V. Skripal and his daughter, Yulia.
Lens: Pictures From The Times to Make You Face ‘Hard Truths’

Lens: Pictures From The Times to Make You Face ‘Hard Truths’

A crowd gathered to watch a cockfight in the countryside near Viñales, Cuba.
Philippines Plans to Withdraw From International Criminal Court

Philippines Plans to Withdraw From International Criminal Court

President Rodrigo Duterte in 2017. He said on Wednesday that the International Criminal Court, which is examining the government’s deadly crackdown on drugs, “is being utilized as a political tool
Four People, Including Toddler, Shot Dead in Brooklyn

Four People, Including Toddler, Shot Dead in Brooklyn

Investigators at Riverdale Osborne Towers in Brownsville, Brooklyn, where four people, including a toddler, were found dead on Wednesday morning.
6 Memorable Cultural Moments Inspired by Stephen Hawking

6 Memorable Cultural Moments Inspired by Stephen Hawking

The British professor Stephen Hawking in Cambridge in 2014, when he unveiled a formula to predict the chances of England succeeding in the soccer World Cup.