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Economy Hits a High Note, and Trump Takes a Bow

Economy Hits a High Note, and Trump Takes a Bow

President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence on Friday after Mr. Trump hailed the latest economic data. “Once again, we are the economic envy of the entire world,” he declared.

Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Does Hollywood Need a PG-15 Rating?

Participants in a recent study on gun violence in movies were shown clips from six films, among them “Skyfall,” the 2012 James Bond thriller.

Zelle, the Banks’ Answer to Venmo, Proves Vulnerable to Fraud

Zelle, the Banks’ Answer to Venmo, Proves Vulnerable to Fraud

Brian Kemm, 31, a Bank of America customer in Pasadena, Calif., lost $300 last November because of a misdirected Zelle payment.

New York Times Examines Work History of Reporter in Leak Case

New York Times Examines Work History of Reporter in Leak Case

Ali Watkins joined The New York Times in December as a Washington-based reporter.

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Cartoonist Fired as Paper Shifts Right

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Cartoonist Fired as Paper Shifts Right

Rob Rogers, who was fired as an editorial cartoonist for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Thursday, had been with the paper since 1993 and was a Pulitzer Prize finalist in 1999.

Holiday Retail Sales Soared, With Biggest Increase Since Recession

Holiday Retail Sales Soared, With Biggest Increase Since Recession

The holiday market at Columbus Circle in Manhattan last month. Overall sales results for the season exceeded the expectations of the National Retail Federation, which had forecast growth of about 4 percent.

Right-Wing Media Uses Parkland Shooting as Conspiracy Fodder

Right-Wing Media Uses Parkland Shooting as Conspiracy Fodder

David Hogg, a 17-year-old student at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Fla., has called on lawmakers to enact tougher restrictions on guns.

Model in Gucci Ad Is Deemed ‘Unhealthily Thin’ by British Regulator

Model in Gucci Ad Is Deemed ‘Unhealthily Thin’ by British Regulator

The Advertising Standards Authority in Britain ruled that this model in a Gucci ad looked “unhealthily thin.”

2 Journalists, at Fox and Washington Post, Are Accused of Misconduct

2 Journalists, at Fox and Washington Post, Are Accused of Misconduct

James Rosen, left, and Joel Achenbach. Mr. Rosen left Fox News in December, and Mr. Achenbach has been suspended from The Washington Post for 90 days.

Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

Huawei’s New Front in the Global Technology Cold War: Australia

A Huawei sign at a consumer electronics show in Shanghai this month. The company appears to be increasingly caught in a debate in Australia about Chinese companies.

Senior Twitter Executive to Run Troubled Finance Start-Up SoFi

Senior Twitter Executive to Run Troubled Finance Start-Up SoFi

Anthony Noto, Twitter’s chief operating officer, in 2016 with his wife, Kristin. He will become the chief executive at Social Finance, known as SoFi, the job that Mike Cagney left after Mr. Cagney was accused of sexual harassment.

What It Was Like to Work on ‘Roseanne’

What It Was Like to Work on ‘Roseanne’

Roseanne Barr has been a main attraction in ABC’s annual presentations to advertisers the last two years.

At Carrier, the Factory Trump Saved, Morale Is Through the Floor

At Carrier, the Factory Trump Saved, Morale Is Through the Floor

A month after the 2016 election, Donald J. Trump and Mike Pence visited Carrier’s Indianapolis factory to claim credit for saving workers’ jobs. Today, employees report rising absenteeism and low morale.

Watching for the Programming Apocalypse

Watching for the Programming Apocalypse

Taylor Schilling in “Orange Is the New Black,” from Netflix.

From Rooftops to Algae Pools: Orlando’s Vision for Carbon-Free Energy

From Rooftops to Algae Pools: Orlando’s Vision for Carbon-Free Energy

Rubin York, an engineer with the Orlando Utilities Commission, examining data at a solar test site. Orlando wants to generate all of its energy from carbon-free sources.

A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

A Crisis Management Guru Bungles a Crisis

Sir Alan Parker spoke at a Night of Motown benefit in 2016 for Save the Children U.K. Mr. Parker resigned as chairman in the spring, a week after Britain’s Charities Commission opened an investigation into his handling of a sexual harassment scandal.


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