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Sports of The Times: Baseball Could Use More Frank Robinsons

Sports of The Times: Baseball Could Use More Frank Robinsons

Frank Robinson during the 1960s, when Sports Illustrated wrote that pitchers figured “the only way to deal with Robinson is to hit him before he hits you.”

Veterinarian Is Sentenced for Implanting Liquid Heroin in Puppies

Andres Lopez Elorez, a Colombian national, was sentenced to six years in prison. Several of the puppies have since found new homes.
Woody Allen Sues Amazon Over Canceled $68 Million Deal

Woody Allen Sues Amazon Over Canceled $68 Million Deal

The director Woody Allen in 2017. He has sued Amazon over a canceled movie deal.
Trump Tells Upstate Residents to Flee New York. Republicans There Don’t Disagree.

Trump Tells Upstate Residents to Flee New York. Republicans There Don’t Disagree.

“If New York isn’t going to treat them better, I would recommend they go to another state where they can get a great job,” Mr. Trump said on Wednesday about upstate residents.
An Appraisal: As Neil Winters, Kristoff St. John Was a Cornerstone in a Corner Office

An Appraisal: As Neil Winters, Kristoff St. John Was a Cornerstone in a Corner Office

Kristoff St. John, a longtime cast member of “The Young and the Restless,” in 1993.

Anatomy of a Scene: How Art Becomes Deadly in ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’

The writer and director Dan Gilroy narrates a sequence from his film.
U.N. Warns That Grain to Feed Millions Could Rot

U.N. Warns That Grain to Feed Millions Could Rot

A soldier with the Saudi-backed military coalition in Yemen standing guard at a damaged warehouse of Yemen’s Red Sea Mills company, in the port city of Hudaydah last month.
Trump Will Not Meet President Xi Jinping of China Before Trade Deal Deadline

Trump Will Not Meet President Xi Jinping of China Before Trade Deal Deadline

President Trump in the Oval Office last week with Liu He, China’s vice premier. The decision not to meet ahead of the deadline was a reversal for the president.
Year Before Killing, Saudi Prince Told Aide He Would Use ‘a Bullet’ on Jamal Khashoggi

Year Before Killing, Saudi Prince Told Aide He Would Use ‘a Bullet’ on Jamal Khashoggi

Intercepted conversations revealed evidence that the Saudi crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, considered killing Jamal Khashoggi long before his death in Istanbul.
Leather? At Vegan Fashion Week, It’s Pineapple Leaf

Leather? At Vegan Fashion Week, It’s Pineapple Leaf

None of this is leather from cows: looks at the California Market Center.
Albany’s ‘Wonder Twins’ Form a Power Duo, Challenging Cuomo’s Influence

Albany’s ‘Wonder Twins’ Form a Power Duo, Challenging Cuomo’s Influence

The New York Senate majority leader, Andrea Stewart-Cousins, and the Assembly speaker, Carl Heastie, have forged a partnership, meeting privately in the Capitol, talking almost daily and coordinating

How to Tidy Up After You’ve Kondo-ed Everything

If the Tidying Up with Marie Kondo Netflix show inspired you to throw out the things that don’t “spark joy,” here’s what to do with what’s left.
Tests for Oil in Arctic Refuge Won’t Happen This Winter, Officials Say

Tests for Oil in Arctic Refuge Won’t Happen This Winter, Officials Say

Opponents of seismic testing in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge say it would harm wildlife, including the Porcupine caribou.
Can the Grammys Please Anyone?

Can the Grammys Please Anyone?

From left: Album of the year nominees Cardi B, Brandi Carlile, Drake, H.E.R., Post Malone, Janelle Monáe, Kacey Musgraves and Kendrick Lamar.
Cuomo Warns of a 30 Percent Fare Hike if Congestion Pricing Fails

Cuomo Warns of a 30 Percent Fare Hike if Congestion Pricing Fails

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo warned on Thursday that unless state lawmakers adopt congestion pricing to pay for subway upgrades, fares and tolls might increase by 30 percent.
Why the Weinstein Company Bankruptcy Hurt Native Women

Why the Weinstein Company Bankruptcy Hurt Native Women

Lucy Rain Simpson, executive director of the National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center, had been hoping to draw on promised money from the film “Wind River.”
Wall Street’s Slide Hurts New York; City Loses Nearly $1 Billion in Tax Revenue

Wall Street’s Slide Hurts New York; City Loses Nearly $1 Billion in Tax Revenue

Mayor Bill de Blasio, in releasing his preliminary executive budget on Thursday, has ordered agencies to trim spending to make up for a shortfall from personal income tax revenues.