● Big Companies Are Starting to Swallow the World The exuberant rebound of large companies while their small competitors struggle will require more vigilant government antitrust action than ever before, an economist says.
● Donald Trump Burns the First Debate Down The first Trump-Biden face-off was a dumpster fire, and a bullying president lit the match.
● Now You Can Use Instagram to Message People on Facebook Messenger Facebook began integrating its Instagram and Messenger apps, allowing users of the services to directly communicate with each other.
● What Did the Trump-Biden Debate Mean for Business? What should businesses make of the chaotic presidential debate?
● At the End of the New Pier 26, a Surprise This environmentally themed project features an unusual design, including soaring walkways that lead to an unexpected destination.
● Will Pfizer's Vaccine Be Ready in October? Here's Why That's Unlikely. Despite slim chances that its vaccine will be ready by October, Pfizer has big incentives to hint that it might be.
● Hit First by the Coronavirus Pandemic, Arline Workers Seek New Paths Pilots, flight attendants and other staff are retiring early or taking buyouts and leaves of absence in anticipation of a slow recovery.
● The Best Movies and TV Shows New to Netflix, Amazon and Stan in Australia in October Our streaming picks for October, including ‘Rebecca,’ ‘The Haunting of Bly Manor,’ and ‘Welcome to the Blumhouse’
● Abandoned Rio Tinto Mine Is Blamed for Poisoned Bougainville Rivers Residents of the Papua New Guinea region have accused the mining giant of environmental and human rights violations and asked for an investigation.
● Late Night Goes Live for Bruising Presidential Debate Jimmy Kimmel, Stephen Colbert and Jimmy Fallon weighed in after President Trump and Joe Biden had their first debate on Tuesday night. “Get ready for democracy to crumble!” ...
● Chris Wallace Struggled to Rein In an Unruly Trump at First Debate In his second time moderating a presidential debate, the Fox News anchor attempted to reset the proceedings midway through.
● 10 Offbeat Superhero Movies to Stream There’s a class of superhero that’s flawed, self-aware and lovably human, often poking fun at the genre. If you’re feeling some big-budget blockbuster fatigue, try one of these films.
● Stream These Family-Friendly Classic Holiday Movies Summon the ghosts of Christmas movies, past and present, for some good cheer. That burning “Yule Log” video keeps visiting friends and family entertained for only so long.
● Stream These Spooky Haunted House Movies ’Tis the season for movies that make you scared to turn off the lights. Here are some great haunted house movies you can stream tonight.
● Stream These Ultra-Cool Heist Movies It’s hard to resist the charm of the smooth criminals, confident con artists and bold bank robbers of the caper movie. Enjoy some of the coolest thieves in film.
● Stream These Underrated Steven Spielberg Movies The greatest films of Steven Spielberg are known by all. But the director’s other projects provide an equally interesting handful. Here are 11 worthy of more appreciation.
● Classic Holiday TV Episodes to Stream Whether you’re looking for some family-friendly laughs or you’re in need of a cathartic year-end cry, this assortment of classic episodes has you covered.
● The Bad Bunny Crocs Sold Out The success of a new collaboration with Bad Bunny is the latest in what has been a very good year for the foam clogs.
● Seattle Passes Minimum Pay Rate for Uber and Lyft Drivers The city became the second in the nation to create a compensation standard for ride-hailing drivers, after New York.
● Disney Lays Off a Quarter of U.S. Theme Park Workers The company said it would eliminate 28,000 jobs across its resorts in Florida and California, which have been hit hard by the pandemic.
● The Incredible Whiteness of the Museum Fashion Collection In the small group of high-culture institutions that venerate the art of fashion, Black designers have been largely overlooked.
● Lillian Brown, Makeup Artist to Nine Presidents, Dies at 106 She did more than powder noses; she advised on diction and apparel and helped commanders in chief put their best selves forward for television.
● The First Photos of Enslaved People Raise Many Questions About the Ethics of Viewing “To Make Their Own Way in the World” convenes a group of scholars of slavery, American history, memory, photography and science to tell a...
● YoungBoy Never Broke Again Arrested on Drug and Firearms Charges A lawyer for the rapper, whose latest album, “Top,” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard charts this month, said his client is innocent.