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Looking to get a deal on Nintendo Switch Lites? These are the best January sales 2021 on gadgets from retailers including Argos, John Lewis, Very and more
The Amazon January sale has started. The New Year’s sale has deals on big brands like Apple, Shark and Nintendo and Echo Dot, tablets, and Fire TV sticks
Television wasn’t spared by the pandemic, but there were still more great shows than any one person could watch. Here’s a look at the top series of the year, as well as some that signed off for good.
Liverpool and Chelsea join a bevy of big clubs that are circling around Reading's Michael Olise. Transfer Talk is LIVE with the latest.
Christopher Krebs was fired after seeking to debunk conspiracies about voter fraud and the security of the election.
Political allies and associates are starting to press for clemency as the president also considers extending his criminal justice overhaul by commuting lengthy sentences for other offenders.
On TikTok, Gen Z “Harry Potter” fans edit themselves into the movies in a quest for escapism, representation and community.
COVID-19 will bring with it a crisis of loneliness — and to solve it, we’re going to have to get creative
Plus, Michelle Wolf on running in place, Elaine Welteroth on relationships at a distance and more in our live events this week.
New biographies shed light on Malcolm X, Sylvia Plath and the Beatles, plus the latest fiction from Tana French, Martin Amis, Sayaka Murata and more.
President Trump said he and Vladimir Putin did not discuss reported Russian bounties for killing American troops. A new poll shows Mr. Trump and Joe Biden locked in a tight race in Georgia.
In this week’s newsletter, Stein discusses the N.B.A.’s plans to try to return from the coronavirus pandemic, with the backdrop the continuing reaction to the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
This blowout holiday Sephora sale includes discounts on Fenty Beauty, Rare Beauty, Stila and more—shop our top picks.
Are dumbbells a good investment? We asked fitness experts and pros to weigh in on how to buy the best dumbbell for your goals (and space).
The director and cast, including Al Pacino, Sofia Coppola and Andy Garcia, look back at making “Part III,” which has been re-edited (and retitled) for its 30th anniversary.
If you're feeling stressed or anxious, these calming self-care products can help, from an essential oil diffuser to the Headspace meditation app to journaling.
Many can agree food is the best medicine for all. No one needs to go hungry.
HBO Max has a huge library of great shows to stream, from \
Historians now rewriting the history books on the role Black women played in the women's suffrage movement.
Taking steps to bring in extra income or displace the shock of being laid off or furloughed is not unusual in the US.
To ensure small towns can recover, funders and policymakers must aggressively pilot innovative solutions.
YouTube creators are gaining a number of new tools to generate revenue from their videos outside of traditional advertising, as well as those that will help them better engage their fans, according to news the video streaming site announced today at the VidCon conference in Anaheim, California. Thi…
For decades, the feminist artist was pushed to the sidelines. Relevant once again, she can no longer be ignored.
Need a break? Some distraction? Here’s a little something to take you away.
We’re taking a look back at the films of Superman himself, Henry Cavill, and ranking them from worst to best.
Hong Kong protests, India, Typhoon Haishen: Here’s what you need to know.
The expansion of the National Tennis Center in Queens was among the signature achievements of the former mayor, who still played into his late 80s.
Employees past and present are challenging management, saying the company’s ethical image was an illusion.
It’s not at all clear whether being for or against U.S.-China, U.S.-Japan or even USMCA is to support or oppose free trade.
The star and co-creator of “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” wryly explores adolescent angst, adult trauma and musical theater in a new memoir, “I Want to Be Where the Normal People Are.”
Republicans up and down the ballot tried to link Democrats to lawlessness, but lawmakers in both parties are keeping criminal justice reform on the table.
Highlights from the DNC, which came to a close Thursday after former Vice President Joe Biden formally accepted the party's nomination for president from Delaware.
Arsenal made a promising start to the season against underwhelming Fulham, but it's evident they're still far from the finished product.
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Four years ago, many designers said they wouldn’t dress Melania Trump. This election, designers and retailers have another message: Vote.
Hit hard by job losses and the pandemic’s effect on schooling and child care, American women face short-term difficulties and long-term repercussions.
Hairdressers weigh in on Rudy Giuliani’s drip problem.
Some new celebrity brands make sense, some don’t. What’s driving the trend?
Several prominent right-wing activists and conservative pundits have been pushing the false claim that Joe Biden invented the "office" of the president-elect or that he is the first incoming president ever to use the title.
These 20 eLearning deals are on major sale for Black Friday.
Welcome to the mask-wearing, face-to-face-from-afar Santa sit-down season.
The “Tonight Show” host was forced to publicly reckon with a blackface clip from his past and his own role in systemic racism. But will it lead to a true change, or was it just lip service?
Global warming, budget cuts and musical instruments carved from ancient trees: A summer in Sitka is an exercise in extremes.
Crisis has engulfed the L.A. Times newsroom as prominent editors have been pushed out or demoted because of ethical lapses or other failures.
Welcome to TechCrunch’s 2019 Holiday Gift Guide! Need help with gift ideas? We’re here to help! We’ll be rolling out gift guides from now through the end of December. You can find our other guides right here. Looking for some gift ideas for the photographer in your life? Look no f…
From Jo Malone to Tiffany, we’ve chosen the fragrances she’s guaranteed to love
The centrist Democrats have a solid criticism of the progressives.
We can have some fun today and stay safe. I promise.
As an appeals court judge, Judge Barrett has issued opinions that have reflected those of her mentor, Justice Antonin Scalia, but with few of his occasional liberal rulings.
Derrick Jones Jr. took The New York Times behind the scenes of his free agency to reveal all of the nerves, contemplation and, ultimately, joy.
Apple's music is at once an explosion of feelings and an examination of the ways rage can be repressed, funneled, understood and unleashed.
Rick and Morty is one of the most beloved animated series of all time, but that doesn't mean there aren't other awesome shows on Adult Swim.
With ‘Mank,’ America’s most famously exacting director tackles the movie he’s been waiting his entire career to make.
Dozens of progressive organizations will deliver a book to President-elect Joe Biden’s transition team on Friday with staffing recommendations for 100 positions in his administration within the national security space.
The 20-year-old singer and songwriter Bea Kristi’s song “Coffee” has reached millions. Now she’s releasing “Fake It Flowers,” an album that puts a new spin on ’90s alt-rock.
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Did John Lewis’ tribute to Sir Elton John hit the mark, or has Iceland's tale of a despondent orangutan had more of an impact?
A reporter answers questions about New York City's transit system, which faces a $12 billion budget shortfall as ridership starts to resume.
In a rare interview, the Nobel Prize winner discusses mortality, drawing inspiration from the past, and his new album, “Rough and Rowdy Ways.”
Teens and first-time voters who jumped into political organizing this year are expanding their TikTok-focused playbook in an effort to boost the Democratic Senate candidates in Georgia’s crucial runoff elections nex
There’s a big question mark hanging over the future of TikTok right now, in the form of what exactly will happen to its U.S. business come September 20, when President Trump said he plans to shut down the Chinese-owned app over security concerns. But in the meantime, it seems to be business a…
TikTok deal talks got hung up over whether or not TikTok can export the app's algorithms, and Apple made headlines for delaying the rollout of a potentially disastrous iOS 14 change that's been panicking the advertising community.
We polled more than 40 TV critics and journalists, inside and outside The Times, on the best TV show to binge while stuck at home.
As Arsenal sit 15th in the Premier League table following their woeful 1-0 home defeat to Burnley, here are 15 things that illustrate their malaise
When pandemic parenting is topped off by wildfires, hurricanes and other extreme events, some stress-relieving measures are particularly suited to getting through the challenges.
From life-long Marvel Comics readers to casual MCU fans, CBR has the ultimate guide to the gifts the Marvel fan in your life really wants.
It's hard to believe, but these raunchy comedies once had totally different (and often very surprising) directors in mind for their production.
The network has invested heavily in Rick and Morty — here's why.
Want to use your time in coronavirus quarantine productively and creatively? These six self-help books can help you get a head start on the life you want, even during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Think tanks can unwittingly launder the ideas of foreign entities, presenting them as home-grown solutions for the American people.
The revelation of John Wick's alternate name got many fans to doodling imaginative art connecting him with the world of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure.
The PAC raised more than $260,000 and has apparently spent little on election activities.
When it comes to stories like these, there is no shortage of holiday cheer from The House of Ideas.
Can a post-vaccine return to travel be smarter and greener than it was before March 2020? Some in the tourism industry are betting on it.
Remote learning may not be ideal, but Zoom encourages acting students to be more nuanced, more private and more intimate.
In the digital era, a carefully crafted persona has become more valuable than contest results.
The Walt Disney Co. has announced a reorganization of its media and entertainment business to focus on direct-to-consumer content, especially streaming.
As COVID-19 deaths surpass 2,000 a day, public health officials say the pandemic is straining rural hospitals short on staffing and expertise.
It would be a tragedy to develop successful vaccines for COVID-19 that leave sizable numbers of people out in the cold.
Within a matter of months, the General Data Protection Regulation will apply across the EU and business processing citizens' data will need to be sure they're compliant. We explain the major changes incoming and take a look at some possible impacts...
The new International Library for Fashion Research in Oslo, the brainchild of a fashion odd couple, has very big ambitions.
To celebrate Pride Month, here are 10 LGBTQ webcomics worth reading.
Facebook said the website is run by people affiliated with the Internet Research Agency, which inflamed political tensions in the 2016 election through social media.
Brands like Fenty, even dubbed the 'Fenty Effect,' have changed the game when it comes to inclusive offerings. But is the beauty industry doing enough?
With yet another prime-time flop in a Buccaneers loss, Tom Brady is continuing to come up short for Tampa Bay at the worst possible time.
"...One has to take the positive side out of the negative things,” said one wrestler and promoter about their new idea.
Creative director Margherita Maccapani Missoni taps into Hollywood's "B side" — with a nod to the eco-conscious.
Cauleen Smith’s experimental films about black life, Kyle Marshall’s dance improvisation dedicated to victims of police brutality: Here are some of the Instagram accounts brightening our art critic’s daily feed.
Dorothy Maynor never sang at the Met, but the school she founded is glowing anew, thanks to the revitalization of its beloved “gathering place.”
Jewelry for men has been changing in recent years.
From sensory playing mats to Noah’s ark, these are must-haves for the toy box to help develop hand-eye coordination, social skills and communication
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