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Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

Albert J. Dunlap, Tough Executive Known as Chainsaw Al, Dies at 81

Albert J. Dunlap, the chairman and chief executive of Scott Paper, during a news conference in New York in 1995. He was known for shedding jobs at the companies he led as a way of bringing them back

Critic’s Notebook: MoMA, the New Edition: From Monumental to Experimental

By 2022, MoMA will have rehung all three floors of exhibition space. The advantages of such switchovers are many. New histories will get told.
Former President of Costa Rica Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Former President of Costa Rica Is Accused of Sexual Assault

Óscar Arias Sánchez, the former president of Costa Rica, in Caracas in 2017.

1919: Hollywood’s Boom Year

A century ago, the struggle between stars and studios shaped the future of the movies.

Lens: Women of Color Organize for Access and Accountability in Photojournalism

The Authority Collective, whose members are women, transgender or nonbinary photographers, is building a supportive community while challenging industry leaders’ thinking about diversity and
Architects Wanted: Design These Odd Lots

Architects Wanted: Design These Odd Lots

A narrow vacant lot on West 136th Street in Harlem, where feral cats have taken up residence.
John Cantlie, Photographer Held by ISIS for 6 Years, Is Still Alive, U.K. Says

John Cantlie, Photographer Held by ISIS for 6 Years, Is Still Alive, U.K. Says

A still from a video released by the Islamic State of the captive British journalist John Cantlie in 2014.
ScienceTake: The Hummingbird as Warrior: Evolution of a Fierce and Furious Beak

ScienceTake: The Hummingbird as Warrior: Evolution of a Fierce and Furious Beak

The beak of a male tooth-billed hummingbird, found in the forests of Colombia, is adapted for battle.
On the Runway: At New York Fashion Week, Where to See and Be Seen

On the Runway: At New York Fashion Week, Where to See and Be Seen

The designer Wes Gordon, left, chats with Jessica Chastain at the preview party for L'Avenue, which opened Monday at Saks Fifth Avenue.
California Today: Xavier Becerra on His State of the Union Response

California Today: Xavier Becerra on His State of the Union Response

Attorney General Xavier Becerra of California will deliver the Democrats’ Spanish-language response to President Trump’s State of the Union address.
Jeremy Corbyn’s Bigotry Problem

Jeremy Corbyn’s Bigotry Problem

Jeremy Corbyn, leader of Britain’s Labour Party, giving a speech in Hastings last month.
FamilyTreeDNA Admits to Sharing Genetic Data With F.B.I.

FamilyTreeDNA Admits to Sharing Genetic Data With F.B.I.

FamilyTreeDNA, an at-home DNA testing company, apologized for failing to disclose it was sharing genetic information with the F.B.I. to help solve rapes and murders. Some of the site’s users felt the

At War: As a Woman Serving Alongside Green Berets, I Had No Problem Keeping Up. It Wasn’t Enough.

A former Army captain recounts her work in Afghanistan alongside two teams of Green Berets — one open-minded and mission-oriented, the other prone to sexism and insularity.
New York Today: N.Y. Today: Warm Weather Whiplash

New York Today: N.Y. Today: Warm Weather Whiplash

For some, an unseasonably warm Monday called for beverages on the sidewalk.
How I Learned to Love the Patriots (Again)

How I Learned to Love the Patriots (Again)

Tom Brady of the New England Patriots being interviewed after his team's victory in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
A Geopolitical Showdown in Venezuela Will Only Make Things Worse

A Geopolitical Showdown in Venezuela Will Only Make Things Worse

A supporter of President Nicolás Maduro at a rally in Caracas, Venezuela, on Saturday.