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As Facebook Raised a Privacy Wall, It Carved an Opening for Tech Giants  Internal documents show that the social network gave Microsoft, Amazon, Spotify and others far greater access to people’s data than it has disclosed.
Allergan Halts Sales in Europe of Textured Breast Implants Linked to Rare Cancer  The company’s product, in use worldwide, has been under scrutiny since women began developing a type of lymphoma.
Judge Seeks Monitoring of CVS and Aetna During Antitrust Review  A federal judge overseeing the merger settlement wants the combined companies to keep some operations separate while he examines the $69 billion deal.
Penny Marshall Movie and TV Moments  A look at key screen moments (and where to watch them) from the career of the director and actress.
Oil Prices Plummet 7% on Fears of a Glut  Higher production than expected in Russia and the United States suggest that an OPEC deal to reduce supply might not do enough to stabilize prices.
These Celebrities Actually Want to Host the Oscars  As the academy struggles to find a replacement for Kevin Hart, several stars have nominated themselves for the job.
The Best Photo Books of 2018  In a time of omnipresent digital images, books remain one of the most powerful ways of showing the riches of photography.
Raja Feather Kelly Named New York Live Arts Resident Commissioned Artist  The dancer and choreographer will receive a two-year residency and support for a commission for New York Live Arts.
Stock Markets Are Wild, but Bond Markets Can Be Dangerous  The sell-off in stocks isn’t the only ominous economic sign emanating from financial markets. The bond markets, much more closely linked to the actual economy, are also ...
Addicted to Vaped Nicotine, Teenagers Have No Clear Path to Quitting  Parents, schools and public health experts struggle to find effective ways to help young people quit e-cigarettes. “There is no sound science yet.”
How to Help Teenagers Quit Vaping  Though options are limited for now, they exist. For starters, parents should recognize that they are confronting an addiction to nicotine, which is hard to break.
Penny Marshall, TV Sitcom Star and Hollywood Director, Dies at 76  Ms. Marshall made a mark in “Laverne & Shirley” and went on to direct “Big,” “Awakenings” and “A League of Her Own.”
Roland Fryer, Accused of Harassment at Harvard, Quits Economics Panel  The professor, a star in his field, resigned from the American Economic Association’s executive committee in the face of pressure from other members.
Nonfiction: Chasing Down a Decades-Old Family Tragedy  In “The Day That Went Missing,” Richard Beard, gutted by memories and grief, investigates his brother’s death on a Cornwall beach in 1978.
Unbuttoned: The Biggest Fake News in Fashion  Untangling the origins of a myth repeated so often that no one thought to question it.
Square Feet: Plans to Redevelop R.F.K. Stadium Face Headwinds  District leaders have ambitious plans for the site — including luring back the Washington Redskins — but they are hampered by lease restrictions.
Another View: America Could Lead the Transition to a Digital Currency Reserve  The United States has the opportunity to incubate technologies that could enable a digital transnational currency of the future.
Show Us Your Wall: His Passion Emerges Annually. He Hangs It on a Tree. Or Three.  Christmas brings out — in rotation — Benjamin W. Bradley’s collection of more than 3,000 handmade and unusual ornaments, many of them from...
Lebanese-born Architect Chosen for Beirut Museum of Art  Amale Andraos will design the new museum, which is set to open in 2023.
Wall Street Rebounds Off 2018 Lows as Fed Decision Looms  Stocks in the United States rose after a steep decline Monday. In Asia, a speech by China’s leader, Xi Jinping, was a letdown for investors.
DealBook Briefing: Did Big Tech Lie to Congress About Russian Interference?  A pair of new reports suggest that social media platforms may have misrepresented or evaded in some of the statements they made to lawmakers.
The Shift: Russian Trolls Came for Instagram, Too  A look at posts from the Internet Research Agency reveals that the group used Instagram for several distinct purposes.
Nonfiction: Explaining Trump, Brexit and Other Expressions of Nationalism  John B. Judis’s “The Nationalist Revival” explores the worries and resentments of those who feel left behind.
The Big Online Dating Rebrand  Apps like Tinder, Bumble and Grindr want you to fall in love again (with them).
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