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  “Beyond Babel,” with a style its makers call urban dance, arrives in New York from the West Coast for a two-month run.
  The détente emerged after Presidents Macron and Trump agreed to grant more time for talks over a global solution to taxing Amazon, Facebook and other digital giants.
  Local officials apologized, but the crackdown on a common — and comfortable — practice has raised a rare outcry over privacy in a country accustomed to surveillance.
  Stephen Wright’s satirical novel “Processed Cheese” takes on the excesses of the superrich.
  “The Good Hawk,” a thrilling adventure fantasy debut by Joseph Elliott, has a heroine with intellectual disabilities. It’s about time.
  Deepika Padukone’s new movie, “Chhapaak,” highlights the activism of survivors of acid attacks.
  Seriously. “Open conservation,” or art-restoration labs set up to be viewed, and sometimes, interacted with, are increasingly a part of museums’ offerings.
  A new novel uses old recipes and retro advice to connect the lives of women in different centuries.
  In “Slaying Goliath,” the veteran public-education activist celebrates the defeat of efforts to introduce federal education standards and testing into public schools...
  A solitary woman who leaps from her balcony to her death and a writer who uncovers a family secret hidden by the war figure in these new works by Israeli authors.
  Love literally hurts in Sue Rainsford’s haunting debut novel, “Follow Me to Ground.”
  President Trump was scheduled to make his first appearance on the international stage since the House sent impeachment articles to the Senate, on the day his ...
  Decades ago, Armenian scientists built a high-elevation trap to catch and study cosmic rays. Physics has mostly moved on, but the station persists — a ghost observatory with a...
  The poor air quality is making equipment harder to operate, and some workers have had to take leave to fight fires. The irony was not lost on many in Australia.
  The ride-hailing giant agreed to sell Uber Eats in India to rival Zomato, continuing its recent efforts to exit money-losing businesses.
  He wasn’t as famous as those who sang his songs, but he was revered by them. After apparently suffering a heart attack mid-song, he stopped and said, “I’m sorry.”
  C.E.O.s have come to accept the president, in spite of his populist views and governance-by-Twitter style. Tax cuts and a record stock market speak volumes.
  In “The Third Rainbow Girl,” Emma Copley Eisenberg investigates the 1980 killings of two women hitchhiking to a festival in West Virginia.
  After the rapper’s sudden death in 2018, the producer did his best to “get out of the way” of recordings that represented a bracing left turn for a still-evolving...
  New York’s most buzzed-about jazz event put a spotlight on innovative vocalists, the power of local scenes and older artists discovering new paths forward.
  Though likely to be welcomed by many Chinese who worry about pollution, the measures could be a hard sell for a society used to convenience.
  The director general’s decision comes amid questions over a gender pay gap and political bias.
  Like Trump, India is pressuring both of Mr. Bezos’ businesses as its leaders become more nationalistic toward foreign companies and news media.
  These books about teenagers growing up today combine literary chops with the special sauce that keeps adolescent readers turning the pages.
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