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Seth Meyers Is Ready for the Golden Globes. And This Moment.

Seth Meyers Is Ready for the Golden Globes. And This Moment.

Seth Meyers will host the Golden Globe Awards for the first time on Sunday. Of the past year’s sexual misconduct scandals, he said: “It’s nice to have an elephant in the room. There’s nothing more
Global Warming’s Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They’re ‘Ravaged by War’

Global Warming’s Toll on Coral Reefs: As if They’re ‘Ravaged by War’

A researcher examined bleached coral at Zenith Reef, in the northern section of the Great Barrier Reef, in November 2016.

Modernizing a Southern Home Without Losing Its Charm

Inside an 1853 Charleston townhouse, where the couple behind Workstead Studio created a private residence that showcases their lighting, furniture and more.
Is Donald Trump, Wall-Builder-in-Chief, a Conceptual Artist?

Is Donald Trump, Wall-Builder-in-Chief, a Conceptual Artist?

Eight border wall prototypes on the United States-Mexico border in Otay Mesa neighborhood of San Diego. Christoph Büchel, a Swiss-Icelandic artist, has proposed the group be protected as a national
Trump Moves to Open Nearly All Offshore Waters to Drilling

Trump Moves to Open Nearly All Offshore Waters to Drilling

Tugboats pulled a Chevron drilling platform toward the Gulf of Mexico in 2013. The Trump administration said Thursday it would open most of the country’s offshore waters to oil and gas drilling.
Companies Warn of Hits From Tax Cuts. Don’t Be Fooled.

Companies Warn of Hits From Tax Cuts. Don’t Be Fooled.

A Pfizer laboratory in Cambridge, Mass. Pifzer, Apple, Cisco, Microsoft and Oracle account for about one-third of the $235 billion in taxes that an analyst estimates American companies will have to
Vienna ‘New Year’s Baby’ Greeted First With Hate, Then Hearts

Vienna ‘New Year’s Baby’ Greeted First With Hate, Then Hearts

Naime and Alper Tamga with their daughter Asel, who was the first baby to be born in Vienna in 2018.
Trump Proposes New Health Plan Options for Small Businesses

Trump Proposes New Health Plan Options for Small Businesses

When he signed the executive order in October calling for the new rules, President Trump said they would provide millions of Americans with relief from “the disaster of Obamacare.”
Tech Fix: The Big Tech Trends to Follow at CES 2018

Tech Fix: The Big Tech Trends to Follow at CES 2018

CES, the giant tech trade show, provides a window into emerging tech trends.
Review: In ‘The Chi,’ a Young Man Dies, and the Ripples Spread

Review: In ‘The Chi,’ a Young Man Dies, and the Ripples Spread

In “The Chi,” with Jahking Guillory, a murder sets in motion a story that will enfold a vast range of characters.
The Real Nanny Diaries

The Real Nanny Diaries

Nannies gather for a writing workshop at the public library in Brooklyn Heights.
Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay

Met Changes 50-Year Admissions Policy: Non-New Yorkers Must Pay

People on the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art on Wednesday. Beginning in March, the Met will eliminate its pay-as-you-wish policy for people who do not live in New York, charging adults $25
A Critics’ Conversation: The Met Should Be Open to All. The New Pay Policy Is a Mistake.

A Critics’ Conversation: The Met Should Be Open to All. The New Pay Policy Is a Mistake.

Guests waiting in line for tickets Wednesday in the Great Hall at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. New York State residents will be asked to show identification beginning in March to continue
Fit City: Want a Better Workout? Just Breathe

Fit City: Want a Better Workout? Just Breathe

A deep rest session at Inscape, a meditation studio in Manhattan.
After Trump Seeks to Block Book, Publisher Hastens Release

After Trump Seeks to Block Book, Publisher Hastens Release

President Trump is furious about Michael Wolff’s account of his time in office and about Stephen K. Bannon’s comments, according to advisers.
Virginia Official Pulls Republican’s Name From Bowl to Pick Winner of Tied Race

Virginia Official Pulls Republican’s Name From Bowl to Pick Winner of Tied Race

Slips of paper printed with the candidates’ names, placed in old film canisters, were used in the drawing at the Virginia State Board of Elections in Richmond on Thursday.
Critic’s Notebook: Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

Critic’s Notebook: Inspired by Harriet Tubman, an Artist Takes Glass to Extremes

The artist Joyce J. Scott at her home in Baltimore. Her current exhibition, “Joyce J. Scott: Harriet Tubman and Other Truths,” is on view at Grounds for Sculpture in Hamilton, N.J., through April 1.