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What’s on TV Friday: ‘The Last Thing He Wanted’ and

What’s Streaming THE LAST THING HE WANTED (2020) Stream on Netflix. The director Dee Rees’s 2017 adaptation of the novel “Mudbound,” about a black family and a white family in rural Mississippi in the 1940s, picked up four Oscar nominations, and Rees was the first black woman to be nominated for the best adapted screenplay […]Read More

Coronavirus Live Updates: Another Young Doctor in Wuhan Dies

A 29-year-old respiratory doctor in Wuhan, China, died on Thursday night after being infected by the new coronavirus, according to an announcement from the hospital where he worked. It was the latest in a string of deaths among health care providers working to contain the outbreak. The doctor, Peng Yinhua, was also among the youngest […]Read More

Russia, Germany, Coronavirus: Your Friday Briefing

(Want to get this briefing by email? Here’s the sign-up.) Good morning. We’re covering an intelligence warning of Russian aid to the Trump campaign, Germany’s reckoning with a domestic terrorist attack and the post-Brexit immigration overhaul that will affect women. U.S. intelligence sees Russian help for Trump campaign Russia is aiding President Trump in the […]Read More

The Long, Slow Death of the Australian Auto Industry

The Australia Letter is a weekly newsletter from our Australia bureau. Sign up to get it by email. This week’s issue is written by Besha Rodell, a columnist with the Australia bureau. The news this week that General Motors will drop the Holden brand, ceasing production of the 164-year-old make by 2021, hit particularly hard. […]Read More

Mulvaney Says He Often Disagrees With Trump (Just Never Publicly)

Mick Mulvaney, the acting White House chief of staff, said in a wide-ranging discussion on Wednesday night that he disagreed with President Trump “every single day,” mocked a fellow administration adviser and accused Republicans of hypocrisy over the budget deficit. Mr. Mulvaney, addressing a crowd of several hundred during a question-and-answer session with the Oxford […]Read More

Who Can Beat Trump? Who Knows?

Hi. Welcome to On Politics, your guide to the day in national politics. I’m Giovanni Russonello, your morning newsletter writer taking over your afternoon edition. Sign up here to get On Politics in your inbox every weekday. At Wednesday night’s Democratic presidential debate, the candidates bickered and battled over health care policy; over Michael Bloomberg’s […]Read More

Trump Denounces Selection of ‘Parasite’ as Best Picture

President Trump delivered a nationalistic cultural rant at his rally in Colorado on Thursday night, veering off script to attack the Academy Awards for giving the Best Picture Oscar to a South Korean film, “Parasite.” “How bad were the Academy Awards this year?” the president said, throwing up his hands as the crowd roared at […]Read More

Former Pentagon Analyst Pleads Guilty to Sharing Classified Information

A former Pentagon counterterrorism analyst pleaded guilty on Thursday to sharing classified information with two journalists, one of whom was his girlfriend. The former analyst, Henry Kyle Frese, 31, pleaded guilty in United States District Court in Eastern Virginia to willful transmission of top secret national defense information. He faces up to 10 years in […]Read More

Has History Finally Caught Up With Roger Stone? It May

WASHINGTON — For nearly 50 years, Roger J. Stone Jr. taunted the political gods of fate, unleashing a torrent of dirty tricks on behalf of President Trump and his other well-connected clients and daring his adversaries to come after him, certain that the pursuit would make him richer and famous. On Thursday, history may have […]Read More

Why Does It Cost $750,000 to Build Affordable Housing in

SAN FRANCISCO — The average home in the United States costs around $240,000. But in San Francisco, the world’s most expensive place for construction, a two-bedroom apartment of what passes for affordable housing costs around $750,000 just to build. California’s staggering housing costs have become the most significant driver of inequality in the state. On […]Read More

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