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How Much Watching Time Do You Have This Weekend?

No matter how much free time you have this weekend, we have TV recommendations for you. Come back every week for new suggestions on what to watch. This Weekend I Have … a Half-Hour, and I Need Closure ‘Fresh Off the Boat’When to watch: Friday at 8:30 p.m., on ABC. The series finale of “Fresh […]Read More

In a City Under Lockdown, Hope Arrives by Motorbike

The delivery driver did not want to go upstairs. The driver, Zhang Sai, hovered outside an apartment building in Wuhan, the central Chinese city at the heart of the coronavirus outbreak. He had been ordered not to take food to customers’ doors in order to minimize the risk of infection. But the woman on the […]Read More

Trump Renews Attack on Justice System, Raising Pressure on William

WASHINGTON — President Trump once again berated the “dirty cops” of the law enforcement establishment on Thursday, accusing the Justice Department of going after his friends but not his enemies in a public outburst that flouted Attorney General William P. Barr’s pleas to stop publicly intervening in individual prosecutions where he had a personal interest. […]Read More

‘No More Hugging, No More Kissing.’ At Home in Hong

HONG KONG — Eunice Chan, a physician in Hong Kong, removes her face mask only to shower, eat and drink. At dinner time, when her three daughters, ages 7, 9 and 12, gather around the dining table, she takes her meal in another room. “There’s no more hugging, no more kissing,” she said. “This is […]Read More

N.F.L. Owners Approve Bargaining Agreement and Await Vote by Players

The N.F.L.’s 32 teams moved quickly on Thursday to approve a new proposed labor agreement that includes a 17th regular-season game and an expanded playoff structure. Team owners, including John Mara of the Giants, a member of the N.F.L.’s management council, declined to comment as they exited a Manhattan hotel where they had met for […]Read More

How Mexico’s Muralists Lit a Fire Under U.S. Artists

The exhibition’s final gallery, “Siqueiros and the Experimental Workshop,” is basically a Siqueiros-Pollock showcase. It’s set in New York, where, beginning in 1936, the two artists worked together as teacher and student. We see examples of the increasingly anti-conventional techniques the muralist developed: spraying, splattered, dripping paint, building up glazes in ugly lumps on the […]Read More

South Sudan’s Feuding Leaders Announce Unity Deal, Amid War Crimes

GENEVA — The feuding leaders of South Sudan announced on Thursday that after several missed deadlines they had agreed to form a unity government in a bid to end the ruinous civil war they began soon after the country was formed in 2011. South Sudan became the world’s youngest nation when, after decades of bloody […]Read More

Lesotho’s Leader to Be Charged in Killing of Estranged Wife

Lesotho’s prime minister, Thomas Thabane, was expected to be charged on Friday in the killing of his estranged wife, the authorities said, a move that would follow weeks of mounting pressure and come a day after he announced he would resign from the country’s top political office. The killing has riveted the southern African kingdom […]Read More

Russia Backs Trump’s Re-election, and He Fears Democrats Will Exploit

WASHINGTON — Intelligence officials warned House lawmakers last week that Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get President Trump re-elected, five people familiar with the matter said, in a disclosure that angered Mr. Trump, who complained that Democrats would use it against him. The day after the Feb. 13 briefing to […]Read More

What a Party in Japan May Tell Us About the

Rain was falling on the night of Jan. 18, so the windows of the Tokyo party boat were shut. Inside were about 90 guests of a local taxi association who were celebrating the new year as the vessel floated down the Sumida River. Also on board, unbeknown to them, was a coronavirus capable of spreading […]Read More