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‘Halloween’ at 40: Their ‘Horrible Idea’ Became a Horror Classic

‘Halloween’ at 40: Their ‘Horrible Idea’ Became a Horror Classic

Jamie Lee Curtis in the original “Halloween.” At the time, she didn’t think about the fact that “it was a horror movie and my mom had been in a horror movie.”
Can a Quote-Unquote Band Drag Rock Into the Future? The 1975 Is Trying Its Hardest

Can a Quote-Unquote Band Drag Rock Into the Future? The 1975 Is Trying Its Hardest

Rock bands have “been around for too long,” said the 1975 frontman Matty Healy. “It’s been done in so many good ways.” From left, George Daniel, Mr. Healy, Adam Hann and Ross MacDonald.
Wall St. Extends Drop Into Sixth Day, Setting Stage for Another Awful October

Wall St. Extends Drop Into Sixth Day, Setting Stage for Another Awful October

Stocks in Tokyo, above, and other Asian markets dropped by 4 percent or more in a punishing session of trading on Thursday morning.
5 Cheap(ish) Things for a Long Commute

5 Cheap(ish) Things for a Long Commute

The national average for a one-way commute is 26.1 minutes, according to last year’s U.S. Census.
Horse Racing Ad on Sydney Opera House Ignites Debate: Is All Australia for Sale?

Horse Racing Ad on Sydney Opera House Ignites Debate: Is All Australia for Sale?

A projection on the Sydney Opera House on Tuesday promoting a horse race. The decision to use the World Heritage site as a billboard prompted a bitter dispute over the commodification of public
Lens: Meet the Young Female Photographers Who Documented 18-Year-Old Girls

Lens: Meet the Young Female Photographers Who Documented 18-Year-Old Girls

Madison Justice, a teenage mother in Clarksdale, Miss., visiting where she grew up.
Tex Winter, Brain Behind Basketball’s Triangle Offense, Dies at 96

Tex Winter, Brain Behind Basketball’s Triangle Offense, Dies at 96

Tex Winter, second from right, with the Bulls’ head coach, Tim Floyd, right, and Bill Cartwright, with glasses, before an exhibition game in Chicago in 1999.
WarnerMedia Plans to Unveil Streaming Service by End of 2019

WarnerMedia Plans to Unveil Streaming Service by End of 2019

John Stankey, the chief executive of Warner Media, said on Wednesday that HBO would be the “anchor tenant” of the company’s coming streaming service.
U.K. Appoints Minister for Suicide Prevention

U.K. Appoints Minister for Suicide Prevention

Britain named Health Minister Jackie Doyle-Price to take on the additional role as minister for suicide prevention, part of a new push to tackle mental health issues.
Khashoggi’s Disappearance Puts Kushner’s Bet on Saudi Crown Prince at Risk

Khashoggi’s Disappearance Puts Kushner’s Bet on Saudi Crown Prince at Risk

Jared Kushner, a senior adviser to President Trump, in the background of a meeting in March at the White House.
Newsweek’s Former Owner Faces Fraud Charges

Newsweek’s Former Owner Faces Fraud Charges

The Manhattan building that is home to IBT Media, which bought Newsweek in 2013.
Quake Hits Indonesia, and Deaths Are Reported

Quake Hits Indonesia, and Deaths Are Reported

The rubble of building in Sumenep, Indonesia, on Thursday after an earthquake struck East Java and Bali.
Former Top F.B.I. Lawyer Says Rosenstein Was Serious About Taping Trump

Former Top F.B.I. Lawyer Says Rosenstein Was Serious About Taping Trump

Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein has denied that he suggested recording the president and discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment.
Hurricane Michael Leaves Trail of Destruction as It Slams Florida’s Panhandle

Hurricane Michael Leaves Trail of Destruction as It Slams Florida’s Panhandle

Hotel guests in downtown Tallahassee watched as the rain bands of the storm washed over the area.
Hurricane Michael Intensified Quickly, Taking Many by Surprise

Hurricane Michael Intensified Quickly, Taking Many by Surprise

Hurricane Michael left much of Panama City, Fla., in ruins on Wednesday. The storm strengthened faster than expected, leaving little time for preparations.
Of Trump, Taylor Swift and the Cat

Of Trump, Taylor Swift and the Cat

Taylor Swift performing at the American Music Awards on Tuesday. President Trump said he liked her 25 percent less after she endorsed a Democrat in the Senate race in Tennessee.