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Health Care and Insurance Industries Mobilize to Kill ‘Medicare for All’

Doctors, hospitals, drug companies and insurers have a simple message: The Affordable Care Act works reasonably well and should be improved, not repealed or replaced with a big new public program.


Justice Democrats Helped Make Ocasio-Cortez. They’re Already Eyeing Their Next Targets.

The small grass-roots organization wants to replace more centrist Democrats with liberal candidates — and that has made some lawmakers uneasy.


Venezuela Updates: Aid Enters at Brazil Border, but Elsewhere It’s Violence and Standoffs

The Venezuelan opposition has vowed to forcibly bring tons of humanitarian aid, donated by the United States, from Colombia into Venezuela on Saturday.


Scenes from Venezuela: Violence Erupts at Border

Venezuelan security forces and protesters faced off in the border town of Ureña as locals tried to clear a path for humanitarian aid to enter the country from Colombia. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro and the opposition leader Juan Guaidó are in a standoff over the aid delivery.


Inside the Rise and Fall of a Multimillion-Dollar Airbnb Scheme

Multiple misleading identities, more than 100 host accounts and 18 corporations were created to run an illegal hotel business in Manhattan, according to a lawsuit filed by the city.


From Screen to Scorn: For Jussie Smollett, a Life of Arts and Activism Is Upended

Given the actor’s long history in show business and political causes, it is all the more baffling to friends that he would risk so much.


Hate Crime Hoaxes Are Rare, but Can Be ‘Devastating’

In the aftermath of Jussie Smollett’s arrest, one lawmaker has promised to draft a bill increasing the penalty for filing false reports.


The Carpetbagger: Oscars 2019 Predictions: Who Will Win Best Picture, Actor and Actress

Our expert has been closely following the races and the voters, all season. Here’s what he thinks will happen at the ceremony on Sunday.


It Was the Hottest Oscar Night Party. What Happened?

Vanity Fair has ruled the roost, but its guest list is bloated by corporate sponsorships. And now there’s competition from Jay-Z.


Oscars 2019: Your Guide to All the Best Picture Beefs

How to navigate a fractious, scandal-plagued year at the movies.


11 of Our Best Weekend Reads

The rise of the WeWorking class. Nigella Lawson looks back. Karl Lagerfeld is dead. Gay priests speak. And more.


Why Does Obama Scold Black Boys?

The former president still can’t see the beautiful and complex range of black culture.


An Emergency for the G.O.P.

The Constitution or The Donald? Why is this such a hard choice for congressional Republicans?


The Grave Threats of White Supremacy and Far-Right Extremism

Hate crimes are on the rise. Police and prosecutors need better tools to fight back.


Britain in the Crazed Brexit Vortex

The land of milk and honey promised by the Vote Leave campaign in 2016 has turned into a nightmare.


After Terror, Polarizing Politics in India

Prime Minister Narendra Modi and his party seem to be exploiting the deaths of paramilitary soldiers in a terrorist attack for political gains ahead of national elections.


A Journalist Trolled by Her Own Government

The journalist Maria Ressa is facing both criminal charges and social media threats.


The Mueller Report Is Coming. Here’s What to Expect.

A concise report will probably act as a “road map” to investigation for the Democratic House — and to further criminal investigation by other prosecutors.


Loose Ends: My Daily Routine: Jasper Newman, 8 Months Old

No matter how successful you are, you can always grow your network, so I try to meet one new baby a day. Granted, it’s easier when you’re in day care.


Netflix Is the Most Intoxicating Portal to Planet Earth

Instead of trying to sell American ideas to a foreign audience, it’s aiming to sell international ideas to a global audience.


news analysis: Can Peer Pressure Defeat Trump?

In 2020, Democrats need millennials to turn out. Vote shaming apps can help.


Why Nigeria’s Elections Won’t Change Anything

There is little difference between the country’s ruling party and the opposition.


The Shift: Do Not Disturb: How I Ditched My Phone and Unbroke My Brain

I couldn’t read a book, watch a full-length movie or sustain a long conversation. Late last year, I decided enough was enough.


On College Basketball: Zion Williamson Will Be Fine, but His Teammates Might Not Be

His knee will recover, and the N.B.A. will be getting rid of its “one-and-done” rule, but student-athletes will still come up short.


Building a Career, One Academic Step at a Time

Stackable credits are “a more bite-sized piece of education that stands on its own and has value in the workplace.”


DealBook Briefing: Berkshire’s Losses (on Paper) in 2018, and Other News from Warren Buffett’s Annual Letter

Warren Buffett has released his annual letter to Berkshire Hathaway’s shareholders today. Here’s what it says.


NASA Renames Facility After Katherine Johnson of ‘Hidden Figures’ Fame

It is yet another honor for Ms. Johnson, one of the trailblazing African-American mathematicians who inspired the 2016 book and movie.


Kim Jong-un Takes Train for Vietnam Meeting With Trump, Tass Says

An armored train carrying North Korea’s leader left Pyongyang for a 2,800-mile journey across China to his planned summit meeting with President Trump in Vietnam, according to the Russian news agency.


Pinterest Restricts Vaccine Search Results to Curb Spread of Misinformation

The digital platform is grappling with the proliferation of anti-vaccination content online, a problem also faced by Facebook, YouTube and Twitter.


Ethel Ennis, Singer Who Walked Away From Fame, Is Dead at 86

She was praised by Billie Holiday, Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra. But she preferred to stay home and became Baltimore’s “First Lady of Jazz.”


Stanley Donen, ‘Master of the Musical’ Who Directed ‘Singin’ in the Rain,’ Dies at 94

He worked on the musical with Gene Kelly, with whom who he also co-directed another famous production, “On the Town.”


The Most Talked About Non-Topic at the Vatican? Homosexuality

As Pope Francis gathered church leaders to discuss the abuse of children, the topic most buzzing at meeting margins was not even on the agenda.


After Days of Silence on Amazon Defeat, Governor Cuomo Vents About the Left

Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo called the deal’s collapse “the greatest tragedy” for New York, and he put the blame on Senate Democrats.


Amid Brexit Strains, Anglo-Irish Relations Are ‘Fraying’

As the debate grinds toward a climax, Ireland is getting a familiar feeling: “The British,” as one person said, “are about to kick us in the teeth again.”


How to Choose the Right Perfume or Cologne for You

Choosing a perfume is tough, but the experts are here to help you find a fragrance that you’ll love for years.


Five Things I Wish I’d Known Before My Chronic Illness

Finding out you have a chronic illness — one that will, by definition, never go away — changes things, both for you and those you love.


Further reading: A Literary Guide to the Oscars

Let your favorite movies of 2018 guide your next reading choices.


Playlist: The Playlist: Offset Repents, and 13 More New Songs

Hear tracks by Norah Jones, Aldous Harding, Gunna and others.


The San Vicente Bungalows: Hollywood’s New Clubhouse

Jeff Klein’s latest hotel project protects celebrities and power brokers with a ban on cameraphones.


Eat: My French Grandmother’s Shortbread Makes for Shamefully Addictive Cheese Crackers

Cheddar-sesame-cayenne coins that recall the American South — with a little European flair.


Streaming: Why Hasn’t Sofia Coppola Gotten the Respect an Auteur Deserves?

She has the awards but is rarely mentioned alongside major filmmakers. Perhaps that’s because, as her streaming features show, her subjects are privileged.


Nonfiction: ‘Say Nothing’ — Part History, Part True Crime — Illuminates the Bitter Conflict in Northern Ireland

Patrick Radden Keefe’s stunning new book uses the 1972 murder and abduction of a Belfast mother of 10 to tell the story of the Troubles.


Thirty Years Later, Heidi Schreck Has Some Amendments

The playwright and star of “What the Constitution Means to Me” visits the Founding Fathers and talks about breaking up with their creation.


Trilobites: Tiny Tyrannosaur Hints at How T. Rex Became King

The deer-sized dinosaur preceded one of Earth’s most fearsome predators.


You Asked: What to Do When a Doctor’s Visit Is the Cause of Pain?

Tips for dealing with pelvic pain during an OB-GYN exam.


 

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