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Can Hasan Minhaj Make Topical Comedy Work on Netflix?  With “Patriot Act,” the former “Daily Show” correspondent plans to cover news most late-night hosts ignore, and looks to defy Netflix’s spotty talk show track record.
Pull Up a Seat. Two Plays, Dinner and Western History Are Served.  A downtown theater has cleared the house to make room for Samuel D. Hunter’s pairing “Lewiston/Clarkston.”
The Graduates  The designers of Vaquera have press, buzz and talent. Can they quit their day jobs now?
New York to Settle Inquiry of Rent-to-Own Trailer Park Firms  The agreement, which the attorney general’s office could announce Thursday, would give people who signed leases the right to recoup their deposits.
Unbuttoned: The Season of Peak Sneaker Silliness  Sneakers increasingly seem like the Dutch tulips of today. Which means the bubble may be about to burst.
In Final Column, Jamal Khashoggi Laments Dearth of Free Press in Arab World  The Washington Post received the prominent Saudi dissident journalist’s latest piece from his translator the day after he was reported missing in...
The Enduring Appeal of Oscar the Grouch  Big Bird’s nice, but Oscar, who loves trash and shuns his neighbors, is a lovable curmudgeon.
Treasury Opts Against Labeling China a Currency Manipulator  The Treasury Department expressed concern about China’s weakening currency but declined, again, to officially call it a manipulator.
Where Has All the Tab Gone? A Shortage Panics Fans  Coke is still producing the diet cola, but a major bottler has stopped distribution in its 14-state territory.
Trump Embarks on Bilateral Trade Talks to Pressure China  The White House is looking to create deals with many of the nations in the Trans-Pacific Partnership, the pact the president withdrew from.
#SpeakingInDance: Liz Gerring: Of Fields and Freedom  Ms. Gerring’s new dance, “Field,” has an earthiness to its movement. “As much as we’re soaring and jumping,” the dancer Brandon Collwes said, “I always feel that I’m coming...
These Are the Best and Worst (Actually New) Sitcoms This Fall  While everyone was talking about the revived “Murphy Brown” and “The Conners,” there were seven brand-new comedies this fall. We catch up with them.
Match Book: Indigenous Stories for Young Readers  Young adult and middle grade fiction to educate children in the vast terrain of Native American history.
Treasury Official Charged With Leaking Bank Reports to Journalist  Prosecutors said Natalie Mayflower Sours Edwards had illegally shared department reports on suspicious banking activity.
Trump Opens New Front in His Battle With China: International Shipping  The United States is withdrawing from a treaty that lowered costs for Chinese companies to ship packages here, part of President Trump’s efforts to punish...
Books of The Times: A Big New Biography Treats Frederick Douglass as Man, Not Myth  David W. Blight’s “Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom” is an ambitious and empathetic biography of a major American life.
What to See in New York Art Galleries This Week  Stephen Mueller’s “Orchidaceous”; Sara Greenberger Rafferty’s glass works; Mahmoud Khaled’s photo installations; Chelsea Culprit’s mixed-media paintings; and Minus Space’s...
Nico Muhly on the Drama of Bringing His New Opera to the Met  “Marnie,” based on the novel that inspired Hitchcock’s film, opens on Friday, the work of hundreds of people. It just took a couple of tough cuts.
Canada is Legalizing Marijuana. Here Are Some Questions, Answered.  As Canada prepares to become only the second country in the world, besides Uruguay, to legalize marijuana, the country is scrambling to get ready.
Album Review: Greta Van Fleet Blasts Toward the Past  The Michigan quartet indebted to Led Zeppelin revels in the sounds — but not the swagger — of the 1970s on its debut album, “Anthem of the Peaceful Army.”
Show Us Your Wall: She Loves a Good Aria. And Eskimo Goggles.  Ann Ziff’s eclectic art collection is the product of decades she and her husband spent searching for things they loved to live with.
Istanbul Vending Machines Offer Subway Credit for Recycled Bottles and Cans  The city has installed “reverse vending machines” at metro stations that crush, shred and sort the materials as a way of paying for travel.
On Soccer: Their Arsenal. Their Shares. For Now.  When the billionaire Stan Kroenke moved to take full control of Arsenal in August, he was required to buy all outstanding shares in the club. For hundreds of fans who owned...
A Big Day for Legal Weed Might Not Boost Cannabis Stocks  The weed business sees legalization of the drug as a chance to move beyond medical marijuana, but markets may have already had the news price in.
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