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Mystery Solved: Private-Equity-Backed Firms Are Behind Ad Blitz on ‘Surprise Billing’

Mystery Solved: Private-Equity-Backed Firms Are Behind Ad Blitz on ‘Surprise Billing’

Two doctor-staffing companies are pushing back against legislation that could hit their bottom lines.
Zantac Has Low Levels of a Cancer-Causing Chemical, the F.D.A. Says

Zantac Has Low Levels of a Cancer-Causing Chemical, the F.D.A. Says

The chemical, NDMA, is the same one found in the blood pressure drug valsartan, which led to widespread recalls last year.
In Defense of Justify, Bob Baffert Lets Others Do the Talking for a Change

In Defense of Justify, Bob Baffert Lets Others Do the Talking for a Change

The Hall of Fame trainer declined to comment on a drug test report, but his lawyer said contamination had led to detection of a banned substance in Justify weeks before he began his run to the 2018
You Will Love This Sheet-Pan Dinner

You Will Love This Sheet-Pan Dinner

We’ve got pasta. We’ve got fish. We’ve got meatballs. And we’ve got your new favorite sheet-pan recipe: chicken with potatoes, scallions and capers.
Transit Strike Slows Paris to a Crawl, in a Warning to Macron

Transit Strike Slows Paris to a Crawl, in a Warning to Macron

The government’s pension reform plan would take aim at early retirement for some people, like transit workers, who consider it a benefit they have earned.
Cindy Crawford, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan: An ’80s Fashion Mystery

Cindy Crawford, Ralph Lauren, Donna Karan: An ’80s Fashion Mystery

Thousands of slides tossed in the garbage a decade ago capture the golden age of New York fashion.
Marathon Democratic Debate Includes No Questions About Women’s Issues

Marathon Democratic Debate Includes No Questions About Women’s Issues

The candidates were asked about a wide range of topics over three hours, but abortion and the gender pay gap never came up.

Jacqueline Humphries’s Digital Paintings, Aglow in the Dark

A leading figure of art in the digital age takes up 3D printing at a new show in the Hamptons.
N.F.L. Week 2 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread

N.F.L. Week 2 Predictions: Our Picks Against the Spread

An N.F.C. championship rematch, a game with an 18.5-point spread and the Ravens trying to live up to last week’s explosion are among the week’s highlights.
Secrets of ‘Downton Abbey’ Style

Secrets of ‘Downton Abbey’ Style

They may not be on the London Fashion Week catwalks, but the film’s clothes are going to matter.
Linking Tango and Jazz, Guillermo Klein Looks Back and Ahead

Linking Tango and Jazz, Guillermo Klein Looks Back and Ahead

The September album “Cristal” by Los Guachos, his multinational 11-piece big band, takes on tunes by the tango star Carlos Gardel, as well as Mr. Klein’s own compositions.
Hillary Clinton Reads Her Emails at Venice Art Show

Hillary Clinton Reads Her Emails at Venice Art Show

The former presidential candidate dropped in on an exhibition of the emails that fed a controversy which dogged her 2016 campaign.
For Children With Peanut Allergies, F.D.A. Experts Recommend a New Treatment

For Children With Peanut Allergies, F.D.A. Experts Recommend a New Treatment

About 1.2 million American children have peanut allergies. A new drug, Palforzia, does not cure the condition, but it can blunt life-threatening reactions.
For Antonio Brown, a Rape Accusation Raises a Question of Privilege in the N.F.L.

For Antonio Brown, a Rape Accusation Raises a Question of Privilege in the N.F.L.

Brown has built a strong identity in a sport known for keeping personalities in check, but a lawsuit accusing him of sexual assault has placed a harsh spotlight on him and the league.
Casper Dreams of Being Bigger Than Mattresses

Casper Dreams of Being Bigger Than Mattresses

The start-up wants to be the ‘Nike of sleep.’ It’s a slightly absurd concept — in a gigantic market.
The Democratic Candidates Did Nothing to Appeal to Hispanic Voters

The Democratic Candidates Did Nothing to Appeal to Hispanic Voters

A serious discussion of Hispanic and Latin American issues was absent from the debate.
How a Summer Festival Is Shaping New York’s Theatrical Winter

How a Summer Festival Is Shaping New York’s Theatrical Winter

Seven of this season’s Broadway and Off Broadway shows come from an eight-week theatrical powerhouse in Williamstown, Mass.
Eddie Money, ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ Singer, Is Dead at 70

Eddie Money, ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ Singer, Is Dead at 70

He burst on the scene in the late 1970s and went on to have a string of rock hits that also included “Baby Hold On.”
Recession or Slowdown? Why You Should Care About the Difference

Recession or Slowdown? Why You Should Care About the Difference

The economy seems to be cooling off. Whether it starts to shrink is the question.