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5 Classic Horror Films That Didn’t Get Much Oscars Acclaim

5 Classic Horror Films That Didn’t Get Much Oscars Acclaim

Daniel Kaluuya in “Get Out,” which was nominated for four Oscars, including best picture.
Trump Calls Sessions’s Handling of Surveillance Abuse Allegations ‘Disgraceful’

Trump Calls Sessions’s Handling of Surveillance Abuse Allegations ‘Disgraceful’

Attorney General Jeff Sessions this month at the White House. He was defiant in the face of an attack from President Trump on Wednesday. “I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and
How a Dance Dream Team Turned Jennifer Lawrence Into a Ballerina

How a Dance Dream Team Turned Jennifer Lawrence Into a Ballerina

The choreographer Justin Peck, left, and Kurt Froman on the set of “Red Sparrow.” Mr. Froman helped Jennifer Lawrence get in shape to play a ballerina in the new film.
Blue Mountains Journal: How Immigrants Become Truly Canadian: On the Ski Slopes

Blue Mountains Journal: How Immigrants Become Truly Canadian: On the Ski Slopes

Mahendran Arumugam, left, was one of many novice skiers at Blue Mountain resort on a recent Saturday.
Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

Tech Fix: Should You Get a Cheaper Phone? Be Sure to Look Into the Camera

George Zhao of Huawei discussing its Honor smartphones in London in December. The $200 Honor 7X was a runner-up budget pick by Wirecutter.
California Today: California Today: Should Bail Be Set Above What Defendants Can Pay?

California Today: California Today: Should Bail Be Set Above What Defendants Can Pay?

Jeff Adachi, San Francisco’s public defender, said judges set bail “like they are announcing the next jackpot in the lottery.”
John Zorn’s Club the Stone Begins a New Life on the Other Side of Town

John Zorn’s Club the Stone Begins a New Life on the Other Side of Town

One of the last performances at the Stone’s Avenue C location; the venue closed down on Sunday and relocated to the New School.
Dick’s Sporting Goods, Major Gun Retailer, Stops Selling Assault-Style Weapons

Dick’s Sporting Goods, Major Gun Retailer, Stops Selling Assault-Style Weapons

The gun department in a Dick’s Sporting Goods store in Paramus, N.J., in 2012. The retailer is taking a stance in the national debate on gun control by ending sales of all assault-style rifles in its
Op-Ed Contributor: The Americans Left Behind by Deportation

Op-Ed Contributor: The Americans Left Behind by Deportation

A rally for immigration reform outside of the White House in 2014.

Race/Related: A Coda to Black History Month

Amanda Gorman, the first national youth poet laureate, has written original poetry for The Times's Race/Related newsletter. We animated her work.
Phys Ed: Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Olympian?

Phys Ed: Do You Have What It Takes to Be an Olympian?

Marit Bjorgen of Norway competes in the women’s 30K cross-country skiing competition at the 2018 Winter Olympics.
Security Clearance, N.R.A., Ben Carson: Your Wednesday Briefing

Security Clearance, N.R.A., Ben Carson: Your Wednesday Briefing

Since the beginning of the Trump administration, Jared Kushner, the president’s son-in-law, has enjoyed a special status within the White House.
Op-Ed Contributors: Corporate America Is Suppressing Wages for Many Workers

Op-Ed Contributors: Corporate America Is Suppressing Wages for Many Workers

Jimmy John’s discontinued its noncompete requirements for sandwich makers in response to public outcry and litigation.
Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Woke Capital

Op-Ed Columnist: The Rise of Woke Capital

The recent disassociations from the N.R.A. by major airlines and rental car companies are just the latest examples of corporate America’s growing conscience.
Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Attacks Trump for Reluctance to Act on Russian Meddling

Best of Late Night: Stephen Colbert Attacks Trump for Reluctance to Act on Russian Meddling

Stephen Colbert compared President Trump to a fire chief who “keeps tweeting, ‘Fake news. We don’t know that that’s a fire. Could be a very shiny flood.’”