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  Get ready to buy eight cases of $12-per-gallon oat milk per week.
  After “Twilight,” the actor reinvented himself in art-house films. How will he follow “The Lighthouse” and his wildest role so far? With yet another swerve: He’s playing...
  Before striking employees can return to work, officials of the union’s G.M. locals will convene today to discuss the deal. Here’s what to know.
  The nation’s three largest drug distributors, as well as two manufacturers, are in negotiations to settle thousands of cases before a trial set to begin on Monday.
  Tuesday’s event drew an audience significantly smaller than the one for last month’s candidate forum in Houston.
  The actor was not among those killed at the Santa Barbara property.
  Turnover is high, unemployment low. So the chain is offering to pay full tuition costs for some business and technology programs.
  A legal provision that protects companies like Facebook and YouTube has come under criticism from lawmakers. But they have shown little appetite to repeal the law.
  In “The Problem With Everything,” the essayist Meghan Daum scrutinizes the resurgent women’s movement, uncovering a nexus of social justice activism, marketing and empty...
  One of the leading Greek designers of her generation, she balanced a cutting-edge feminine look with ancient motifs and dressed thousands for the Athens...
  The hospital group in California was accused of using its market dominance to demand higher prices for health care.
  Even before Disney, Reiniger told fanciful stories in animated films with her hand-cut paper silhouettes.
  We sent the artist an instant camera, and he shared a characteristically joyful glimpse into his world.
  In “A Tall History of Sugar,” Curdella Forbes uses skin as a prism to examine color, race, colonialism, heritage and — most important — love.
  From Ta-Nehisi Coates to Terese Marie Mailhot to Imani Perry, writers are letting their audiences eavesdrop on private conversations. Parul Sehgal asks what...
  Mr. Abraham’s program at the Joyce was partly hopeful, partly disappointing.
  On her second album, “Vagabon,” Laetitia Tamko shifts away from the style that brought her an international audience with “Infinite Worlds” two years ago.
  The winning image showcases “the humor and horror” of nature, the Natural History Museum in London said.
  Quilt-like jackets, rare teas and more ideas from the editors of T Magazine.
  The collector Eli Leon left almost 3,000 quilts by African-American artists to Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive as a bequest.
  Asia Kate Dillon of “Billions” is calling on the Television Academy to scrap gendered categories. But the organization and others have no plans for change, for...
  The streaming giant lost domestic subscribers for the first time earlier this year. But it doesn’t expect to disappoint in the third quarter.
  The prolific producer of “Grey’s Anatomy” and other television hits takes her talent for narrative twists and turns to the realm of audio.
  The first three are to be released Friday by Ghostlight Records and the Civilians theater company.
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