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Further reading: A Literary Guide to the Oscars  Let your favorite movies of 2018 guide your next reading choices.
Huawei Is Expanding in Canada, Despite U.S. Pressure  The Chinese technology company, accused by American authorities of posing a security risk, will add to its research and development group in Canada.
U.S. Wrangles China for Firm Commitments as Trade Talks Continue  As a March deadline approaches, American negotiators are struggling with how to ensure China, which has reneged on promises to past administrations, follows...
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.
USA Today Editor Apologizes for Publishing Blackface Photo in College Yearbook  The editor, Nicole Carroll, said she did not recall the image, which appeared in the 1988-89 Arizona State University yearbook when she was its...
Black History Trail Makes 200 Stops Across Massachusetts  A Tufts University project seeks to make “history more visible” — from slavery to Black Lives Matter — with a map of historic African-American sites in Boston and beyond.
A Very Special Episode, but Maybe Not So Precious  “One Day at a Time” and other recent sitcoms just say yes to episodes confronting drug use — and consciously try to avoid the corny trappings.
Fiction: Two Young Men Come of Age Amid Violence and Pathos Overseas  These novels, about an aspiring scholar in Italy and a young poet returning to his roots in Afghanistan, chart unsettled paths to adulthood.
The Baffling Road to the Oscars: An Academy Timeline  A look back at the announcements made by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences about the 91st Academy Awards, and some of the backlash those decisions met.
Woody Allen Is Shooting a New Movie in Spain  The director may have a tarnished reputation in the United States, but he has been able to secure funding from a Barcelona-based company for a new project.
Norman Orentreich, Force Behind Hair Transplants, Dies at 96  In the 1950s, Dr. Orentreich took hair from the back of the head and planted it in the scalp, and lo, it grew. He also helped establish the Clinique skin-care line.
Plague Water, Anyone? A Distillery Delves Into Medieval Mixology  Historians and craft liquor companies are collaborating to bring back recipes that began as medicines and ended up in punches and cocktails.
China Uses DNA to Track Its People, With the Help of American Expertise  The Chinese authorities turned to a Massachusetts company and a prominent Yale researcher as they built an enormous system of surveillance and control.
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.
Made on the Inside, Worn on the Outside  Brands are using prison labor to provide inmates with jobs and training. But is it possible — and ethical — to build a profitable fashion business behind bars?
Police Say Jussie Smollett Staged Assault as Publicity Stunt  The police said Mr. Smollett, upset by his salary, faked an assault and sent himself a threatening letter in a bid for publicity.
Meanwhile: Chico Brenes Will Skate Whether Nicaragua Likes It or Not  President Daniel Ortega's regime is devastating the country's economy — even the fledgling skateboarding industry.
How the Hottest Oscars Night Party Went Stale  Vanity Fair ruled the roost, but its guest list is bloated by corporate sponsorships. Meanwhile, Jay-Z and Madonna are throwing hotter bashes.
No Thanks. Really, Oscar Winners, Skip That Part.  If the Academy Awards can proceed without a host, it’s time to rethink those acceptance speeches. Please.
Johnson & Johnson Baby Powder at Issue as U.S. Subpoenas Company  Johnson & Johnson said in a regulatory filing that it had received subpoenas from the Justice Department and the Securities and Exchange Commission amid...
Wheels: Luxury Vehicles Are Eclipsed in Dependability by Workaday Brands  The 2019 J.D. Power Vehicle Dependability Study finds that mass-market autos are outperforming more expensive brands, largely thanks to simpler...
DealBook Briefing: Could Trump Cave Too Easily on a China Trade Deal?  As the talks wear on, key demands could be softened in order to seal an agreement.
Wheels: The Auto Show of the Future Is Already Here  Shiny new models still glitter from the carpets, but today’s auto extravaganzas mix in high tech and topics like human mobility.
Webster Hall Is Returning With Its Old Grit (and New Bathrooms)  The East Village rock and dance club closed in 2017 for renovations. It reopens in April with a revamped entryway, new acoustics and, at last, an elevator.
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