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‘Succession’ Finale: Jeremy Strong on Kendall’s Struggles and What Comes Next

‘Succession’ Finale: Jeremy Strong on Kendall’s Struggles and What Comes Next

Jeremy Strong in “Succession,” which wrapped up its first season on HBO on Sunday night.
Disney’s Streaming Service Starts to Come Into Focus

Disney’s Streaming Service Starts to Come Into Focus

Ricky Strauss with the actress Holly Hunter at the premiere of “Incredibles 2” in June. Mr. Strauss has creative oversight of the programming on the streaming service that Disney plans to introduce
Op-Ed Columnist: President Dumb and Dumber

Op-Ed Columnist: President Dumb and Dumber

LeBron James in Oakland, Calif., in 2013 and President Trump in Ohio on Saturday.
2 Blasts, a Stampede and a ‘Flying Thing’: Witnesses Tell of Attack on Maduro

2 Blasts, a Stampede and a ‘Flying Thing’: Witnesses Tell of Attack on Maduro

Mr. Maduro at a ceremony in Caracas on Saturday to celebrate the 81st anniversary of the National Guard. The attack occurred at the end of the ceremony.
‘Really Bold Move’: W.N.B.A. Union Praises Aces’ Boycott After 25-Hour Trip

‘Really Bold Move’: W.N.B.A. Union Praises Aces’ Boycott After 25-Hour Trip

A’ja Wilson of the Las Vegas Aces, left, had her shot swatted away on Sunday. The Aces declined to play their game on Friday because of long travel delays.
Steel Giants With Ties to Trump Officials Block Tariff Relief for Hundreds of Firms

Steel Giants With Ties to Trump Officials Block Tariff Relief for Hundreds of Firms

Nucor, a Charlotte-based steel manufacturer with ties to Trump officials, has challenged hundreds of requests from companies that say they need to import foreign steel components.
Grace Notes: A Hundred Years Ago, High Tech Was a Paint Job

Grace Notes: A Hundred Years Ago, High Tech Was a Paint Job

Tauba Auerbach, an artist, at Brooklyn Bridge Park in front of the John J. Harvey, a former Fire Department boat that she painted in a style meant to mimic dazzle painting, a form used during World
H.F. Lenfest, Philanthropist and Owner of Philadelphia’s Newspapers, Dies at 88

H.F. Lenfest, Philanthropist and Owner of Philadelphia’s Newspapers, Dies at 88

H.F. Lenfest, a philanthropist who supported museums, schools and journalism in Philadelphia, at the opening of the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia last year. A family spokesman said
5 Killed After Plane Crashes in Strip Mall Parking Lot in California

5 Killed After Plane Crashes in Strip Mall Parking Lot in California

A twin-engine aircraft crashed in Santa Ana, Calif., near the South Coast Plaza shopping center on Sunday. All five people on board were killed, the authorities said.
What Are Capitalists Thinking?

What Are Capitalists Thinking?

Soviet poster commemorating the October Revolution of 1917.
Sports of The Times: Donald Trump and the Black Athlete

Sports of The Times: Donald Trump and the Black Athlete

LeBron James with his wife, left, and mother, right, at a ceremony for the opening of an Akron public school supported by his foundation.
A Beach for Manhattan

A Beach for Manhattan

A tiny corner of sandy beach on the Hudson River near West 35th Street.

For Wages, a Trump Slump

The official economic indicators look pretty good. The trends in hourly pay do not.
Cities’ Offers for Amazon Base Are Secrets Even to Many City Leaders

Cities’ Offers for Amazon Base Are Secrets Even to Many City Leaders

“I don’t know what we offered Amazon in terms of financial incentives, but I believe Amazon wants to see the biggest incentive package that any city will offer them,” said Leslie Pool, a member of the
Bodega Where Teenager Was Killed to Reopen, and Community Is Angry

Bodega Where Teenager Was Killed to Reopen, and Community Is Angry

A memorial site stands outside the bodega where Lesandro Guzman-Feliz was killed in June.
Worries Grow in Singapore Over China’s Calls to Help ‘Motherland’

Worries Grow in Singapore Over China’s Calls to Help ‘Motherland’

Nam Hwa Opera members before a performance in Singapore in May at a club for Singaporeans with ties to Guangdong Province, China.
Nancy Tuckerman, 89, Trusted Aide of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies

Nancy Tuckerman, 89, Trusted Aide of Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, Dies

Nancy Tuckerman, center, the personal assistant to Jacqueline Onassis, looked on in 1975 in New York as Mrs. Onassis tried her hand at Counterstrike, a board game, based on backgammon, invented by