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The Secret of Amazon’s Success

The Secret of Amazon’s Success

An Amazon distribution center in Carteret, N.J. Amazon retains its profits to reinvest in its business and employees rather than handing them out to shareholders.
Will Hurd Wins Re-election to Texas Congressional Seat

Will Hurd Wins Re-election to Texas Congressional Seat

The majority-Hispanic congressional district represented by Will Hurd, a Republican, has been a hard-fought battleground for Democrats and Republicans in Texas. The seat has flipped five times since

Tungrus and the Chicken From Hell

A cautionary tale about the epic power struggle between humans and poultry.
City’s Watchdog Claims Intimidation. Mayor’s Response: ‘Delusions of Grandeur.’

City’s Watchdog Claims Intimidation. Mayor’s Response: ‘Delusions of Grandeur.’

Mark G. Peters, the commissioner of the city’s Department of Investigation who was dismissed by the mayor on Friday, is allowed to continue in his position until Wednesday.
Democratic Senators Challenge Whitaker Appointment in Court

Democratic Senators Challenge Whitaker Appointment in Court

Matthew G. Whitaker, the acting attorney general who now oversees the special counsel, is widely seen as a Trump loyalist.
Critic’s Pick: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Review: Disney Gets Caught in the Web

Critic’s Pick: ‘Ralph Breaks the Internet’ Review: Disney Gets Caught in the Web

Sarah Silverman is the voice of Vanellope and John C. Reilly is the voice of Ralph in “Ralph Breaks the Internet.”
Notes on the Culture: Why Is Japan Still So Attached to Paper?

Notes on the Culture: Why Is Japan Still So Attached to Paper?

Japan’s centuries-long fascination with traditional papermaking means there’s still a robust analog culture in a country known for its embrace of the modern.
Disney Wins Chinese Approval for Fox Deal, Clearing Major Hurdle

Disney Wins Chinese Approval for Fox Deal, Clearing Major Hurdle

Disney’s takeover of most of 21st Century Fox was initially expected to be completed by June 2019 but Robert A. Iger, Disney’s chief executive, said he expected the deal to close “meaningfully
Did a Tax Increase Tucked Into Trump’s Tax Cut Come Back to Bite Republicans?

Did a Tax Increase Tucked Into Trump’s Tax Cut Come Back to Bite Republicans?

President Trump signed a $1.5 trillion tax cut into law last December. The law capped a popular tax break used by high-earning taxpayers in high-tax states.
Park Chan-wook Brings His Art-House Eye to ‘The Little Drummer Girl’

Park Chan-wook Brings His Art-House Eye to ‘The Little Drummer Girl’

Alexander Skarsgard and Florence Pugh in “The Little Drumer Girl,” an AMC new series based on John le Carré thriller.
Fiction: The Life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Imagined Through His Collisions With Others

Fiction: The Life of J. Robert Oppenheimer, Imagined Through His Collisions With Others

J. Robert Oppenheimer at meeting of the Joint Atomic Energy Committee, in June 1949.
A Far Cry From Overcooked Turkey

A Far Cry From Overcooked Turkey

Salmon with browned butter and wakame seaweed, served alongside potatoes and sunchokes, can be a centerpiece for when you don't feel like serving meat.

Amazon, Apple and Facebook Once Led the Market. Now They Are Driving it Down.

As concerns about growth and privacy issues took a toll, technology and banking stocks led a slide in Europe, and futures indicated that markets in the United States could follow.
A New Time for Christian Marclay

A New Time for Christian Marclay

Christian Marclay with the organ in the Huddersfield Town Hall in England.
Review: In ‘The Little Drummer Girl,’ Spycraft Is Seduction

Review: In ‘The Little Drummer Girl,’ Spycraft Is Seduction

Florence Pugh and Michael Shannon in “The Little Drummer Girl,” a six-hour, three-night mini-series beginning Monday on AMC.
A Church Remembers Avicii, With Hits Instead of Hymns

A Church Remembers Avicii, With Hits Instead of Hymns

A crowd waiting outside the Hedvig Eleonora Church in Stockholm on Friday for a religious service remembering the musician Avicii.
On Baseball: Breaking Down the New Players on This Year’s Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

On Baseball: Breaking Down the New Players on This Year’s Baseball Hall of Fame Ballot

Mariano Rivera pitching in Game 6 of the 2009 World Series against the Philadelphia Phillies. It was the fifth world championship he won with the Yankees.
Founder’s Big Idea to Revive BuzzFeed’s Fortunes? A Merger With Rivals

Founder’s Big Idea to Revive BuzzFeed’s Fortunes? A Merger With Rivals

Jonah Peretti started BuzzFeed in 2006 as a kind of experimental project while working at The Huffington Post. He declined to name which companies he has talked to regarding any potential mergers.
Critic’s Pick: ‘Christmas Spectacular’ Review: Where Rockettes and Drones Dazzle

Critic’s Pick: ‘Christmas Spectacular’ Review: Where Rockettes and Drones Dazzle

The Rockettes provide some old-fashioned showmanship to a high-tech “Christmas Spectacular” at Radio City Music Hall.