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Chanel Publishes Annual Sales in Major Shift for Luxury Brand  The French behemoth, known for its perfumes, handbags and double-C logo, unveiled an annual report that showed strong sales growth and rising investment. But that...
Who Was Moe Berg? A. Spy. B. Big-League Catcher. C. Enigma.  Paul Rudd plays Berg in a new film. But for all his research, he could never get a clear picture of this World War II hero, intellectual and athlete.
Climate Change Brought a Lobster Boom. Now It Could Cause a Bust.  Warming waters in the Gulf of Maine have benefited lobsters and the lobstermen who trap them. But as temperatures rise further, will the industry reach a...
By the Book: Samantha Hunt: By the Book  The author Samantha Hunt, whose novel “The Seas” will be reissued in July, has started an apocalypse library: “I enjoy all these books. I just hope I’ll never need them to survive.”
Nonfiction: A Writer Takes On the French Intelligentsia Over Muslims  In “The End of the French Intellectual,” Shlomo Sand argues the case that Muslims have replaced Jews as the country’s most oppressed people.
Berlin Theater: Books Spring to Life Onstage in Germany  From Édouard Louis’s novel “History of Violence” to Boccaccio’s 14th-century “Decameron,” German theaters love to mount literary adaptations.
Lens: The Transformative Nature of the Photographs of Diane Arbus  Diane Arbus’ portfolio “A Box of Ten Photographs” was pivotal in the acceptance of photography by the art world. A book published by Aperture and the...
Overlooked No More: An Artist Known as the Indian Frida Kahlo  With her paintbrush, Amrita Sher-Gil explored the sadness felt by people, especially women, in 1930s India, giving voice and validity to their experiences.
National Enquirer Executives Said to Be Subpoenaed in Cohen Investigation  The publisher American Media has been thrust into a federal inquiry involving Michael D. Cohen, President Trump’s onetime top lieutenant.
Stanley Cavell, Prominent Harvard Philosopher, Dies at 91  Professor Cavell, an expert in so-called ordinary language philosophy, found deep thoughts in popular areas like movies and plays.
An Adolescence of Skateboards, Fistfights and Sexual Yearning, Turned Into Pure Poetry  Matthew Dickman’s new collection of poems, “Wonderland,” revisits his teenage years.
Nonfiction: A Biography Charts an Odysseus Sidelined by Mental Illness  In “The Kevin Show,” Mary Pilon chronicles Kevin Hall’s long (and long-foiled) quest for Olympic gold in catamaran sailing.
Kazuo Kashio, a Founder of Casio Computer, Dies at 89  One of four brothers who organized the company in postwar Japan, he marketed the mini-calculator, the G-Shock watch and other innovations.
Is There a Smarter Path to Artificial Intelligence? Some Experts Hope So  A branch of A.I. called deep learning has transformed computer performance in tasks like vision and speech. But meaning, reasoning and common sense...
Art Review: They Suffered for Their Cézanne Portraits  In the National Gallery of Art’s major survey of Cézanne’s stirring, troubling portraits, he treats family and friends with affectionate digs.
The Enthusiast: In Praise of Julia Alvarez  “By the time I found ‘How the Garcia Girls Lost Their Accents,’ I’d already resigned myself to using books as windows rather than mirrors.”
Nonfiction: What Would Shakespeare Have Made of Donald Trump?  Stephen Greenblatt’s “Tyrant” finds parallels between our political world and that of the Elizabethans — and locates some very familiar characters.
Instagram Allows Longer Videos in Challenge to YouTube  The social media service said a new video hub called IGTV would allow user to post videos up to an hour in length.
American Airlines Asks Government Not to Use Its Flights to Carry Immigrant Children  The announcement is the latest fallout from the administration’s decision to separate children from parents who have arrived illegally.
AMC Starts Subscription Service, Challenging MoviePass  AMC’s new service will cost $20 a month — double MoviePass’s price — but will come with fewer restrictions.
At OPEC Meeting, U.S. Pressure Frays Uneasy Agreement  Cooperation between several longtime rivals has helped increase oil prices in recent months. But that coordination now looks to be at risk.
Books of The Times: Seeing the Art World Through Personal and Political Lenses  Nell Painter’s “Old in Art School” and Aruna D’Souza’s “Whitewalling” bring new energy and insight to questions that have long preoccupied the art...
Britain Holds Up China Aerospace Deal Over National Security  In delaying the proposed takeover, British officials appear worried that even a small supplier to Airbus and Boeing could have national security implications.
How a Few People Took Equifax to Small Claims Court Over Its Data Breach and Won  After 145 million Americans’ financial information was exposed last year, some of them won cases against the credit reporting agency in local...
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