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American Airlines Suspends Flight Attendant After Altercation Over Stroller : A witness said the attendant had taken a stroller from a woman traveling with two young children and had then nearly come to blows with another...
Prototype: A Rare Path: From Venture Capitalist to Hair-Coloring Kits : Amy Errett encountered skepticism when she quit her job to start a company that makes home hair-coloring kits.
In House of Murdoch, Sons Set About an Elaborate Overhaul : Since taking over two years ago, James and Lachlan Murdoch seem determined to rid the company of the old-guard culture on which their father built his empire.
Table for Three: Misty Copeland and Sally Field on the Social Significance of Their Success : The two women talk about overcoming barriers in their careers, fighting for better roles and how it is important for artists to be...
Forget Netflix and Chill. Try Pure Flix and Pray. : A faith-based entertainment company is making a bid for the mainstream with movies like “The Case For Christ” and binge-able television and web series.
Cultural Studies: Cash Is King No More : When there are so many forms of money that, simply through use, earn us more money, paying cash seems like a sucker’s deal.
How Airline Workers Learn to Deal With You : A class in “verbal judo” offers a window on how flight crews are taught to defuse situations with naughty, uncooperative or tipsy passengers.
Elizabeth Sargent, Poet and Last Tenant Above Carnegie Hall, Dies at 96 : When Ms. Sargent, whose work was known for its frank description of sexuality and its slant rhymes, moved in 2010, it marked the end of an artist enclave.
Sandy Gallin, 76, Talent Manager Adored by Stars, Dies : Among Mr. Gallin’s clients were Dolly Parton, Richard Pryor, Cher, Michael Jackson and Joan Rivers, and he became a role model for gays and lesbians in entertainment.
Cuba Gooding Sr., Soul Singer, Dies at 72 : Mr. Gooding, the father of the Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr., rose to fame as the lead singer of the rhythm-and-blues group the Main Ingredient.
Canadian VW Dealers Move Diesels Out of Storage and Into Showrooms : Cars from the 2015 model year, frozen in inventory since the emissions-cheating scandal erupted, are back on the lot. But no one is saying why.
Anonymous Harassment Hotlines Are Hard to Find and Harder to Trust : Fox News employees say they were unaware of a method to report misbehavior. Experts say companies often create hotlines to limit legal liability.
Barkley L. Hendricks, Portraitist of a New Black Pride, Dies at 72 : Having seen virtually no black subjects among the portraits he admired in Europe, Mr. Hendricks painted friends, family and strangers who conveyed a culture of ...
VW Moves Beyond Criminal Case, but Not Without a Scolding : Imposing $4.3 billion in penalties for cheating on diesel emissions, a federal judge assailed Volkswagen for “corporate greed.”
The Art of Barkley L. Hendricks : Mr. Hendricks was known for his portraits of friends, family and strangers who conveyed a growing culture of black assertiveness.
I.M.F. Torn Over Whether or Not to Bail Out Greece Again : The Trump administration appears to have little appetite for another European economic relief project. And calls are growing for Europe to help.
Op-Ed Contributor: Painters Deserve Their Deduction : Does Citizens United have an unlikely silver lining for artists?
At Some Museums, the Art Is Now on the Outside : Institutions from Sydney to Cincinnati are hoping to draw more visitors by using outdoor projections, sometimes putting art on their buildings’ facades.
Review: A Doug Elkins Program Is Charming, Trivial Dance Soup : Two world premieres and the revival of a Motown “Othello.” Our critic on Mr. Elkins’s appeal and drawbacks.
With Cancer in the Past, Ryuichi Sakamoto Returns to His Calling : This Japanese musician and composer, who created the score for “The Revenant,” is releasing his 16th solo album and first in eight years, “async.”
Review: Beethoven Gets a Sequel at the New York Philharmonic : Timo Andres’s piano concerto “The Blind Banister,” performed by Jonathan Biss and conducted by Courtney Lewis, is inspired by a Beethoven cadenza.
Magdalena Abakanowicz : Magdalena Abakanowicz once described her sculpture as “a search for organic mysteries.”
Street Scene: Bring Back Glass-Steagall? Goldman Sachs Would Love That : Senator Elizabeth Warren wants to separate commercial banking from investment banking. That won’t fix Wall Street, though it could help Goldman Sachs.
Theater to Commission 38 Modern Riffs on Shakespeare : The American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Va., is holding a contest to create a “modern canon” of 38 companion pieces to Shakespeare’s plays.
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