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: Context Matters. The Stock Market Drop Is Less Scary Than It Seems.

: Context Matters. The Stock Market Drop Is Less Scary Than It Seems.

The market dropped sharply again on Monday. This bad news for stock investors seems to be driven in part by good news for workers.
As Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air, Frauds and Flaws Rise to Surface

As Bitcoin Bubble Loses Air, Frauds and Flaws Rise to Surface

Checking the values of virtual currencies in January. Such currencies have slid more than 50 percent in value from their peaks early that month, bringing various problems to the fore.
Opening New York Men’s Fashion Week: A Show With No Men

Opening New York Men’s Fashion Week: A Show With No Men

Looks from the Krammer & Stoudt fall 2018 collection. The models are Madison Paige, Arta Gjonbalaj and Terra Juano, who is known as TJ.

Op-Ed Contributor: The Dating Blues? #MeToo

All I want is a man who hasn’t committed a crime.
Op-Ed Contributors: Rebekah Mercer Puts a Museum’s Credibility at Risk

Op-Ed Contributors: Rebekah Mercer Puts a Museum’s Credibility at Risk

A protest at the American Museum of Natural History in New York against Rebekah Mercer, a trustee. She and her family’s foundation have supported politicians and organizations that deny climate
Critic’s Notebook: Women’s Voices Festival a Potent Reminder of Who Goes Unheard Onstage

Critic’s Notebook: Women’s Voices Festival a Potent Reminder of Who Goes Unheard Onstage

Members of the ensemble in Timberlake Wertenbaker’s interracial love story and historical drama, “Jefferson’s Garden.”
Editorial: Making Dr. King a Pitchman, Turning His Words Upside Down

Editorial: Making Dr. King a Pitchman, Turning His Words Upside Down

An image from a Super Bowl commercial for Ram trucks that featured a speech by the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The use of the speech for advertising has drawn criticism.
The Times Asks Court to Unseal Documents on Surveillance of Carter Page

The Times Asks Court to Unseal Documents on Surveillance of Carter Page

A memo written by Republican congressional aides disclosed that the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court approved surveillance targeting Carter Page, a former Trump campaign adviser, in October
Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers

Why Is James Brown’s Estate Still Unsettled? Ask the Lawyers

A statue of James Brown in Augusta, Ga., where he grew up. Mr. Brown’s will had set aside money to distribute scholarships for children from the state.
How Nick Foles and the Eagles Tricked the Patriots

How Nick Foles and the Eagles Tricked the Patriots

Nick Foles is a quarterback. Here he is catching a touchdown pass, from his tight end, in the Super Bowl. Foles was named the game’s most valuable player.
Rising from the Ashes, Willets Point Redevelopment Will Go Forward, City Says

Rising from the Ashes, Willets Point Redevelopment Will Go Forward, City Says

Mayor Bill de Blasio struck a new deal with the original developers of Willets Point, near Citi Field, to build 1,100 apartments for low- and moderate-income New Yorkers, a school, open space and
Justices Won’t Block Pennsylvania Gerrymandering Decision

Justices Won’t Block Pennsylvania Gerrymandering Decision

A map showing one of Pennsylvania’s 18 congressional districts, which the state’s Supreme Court said “clearly, plainly and palpably” violated the state’s Constitution.
After Religious Clash in India, Rumors Create a False ‘Martyr’

After Religious Clash in India, Rumors Create a False ‘Martyr’

Rahul Upadhyay, who was rumored to have been killed in clashes between Hindus and Muslims in India last month, is very much alive.
Exploring the Sweet Subtleties of Vinegar

Exploring the Sweet Subtleties of Vinegar

Chefs and home cooks ferment a wide range of vinegars that are prized in kitchens, like this pear vinegar made by Misti Norris, a Dallas chef.