Review: HBO’s ‘McMillions’ Reminds Us That Every Era Has Its

A six-part documentary tells the story of the great 20th-century McDonald’s Monopoly fraud case with quirky characters and lackluster visuals. Oftentimes when listening to one of the dozens of excellent investigative podcasts I struggle to commit to, I’ll think, “this would make a great TV show.” When watching “McMillions,” a documentary series premiering on HBO […]Read More

Live Super Bowl 2020 Score: Chiefs and 49ers Tied, 10-10

How to Watch The Super Bowl is being broadcast on Fox and streamed on and the FoxSports app. San Francisco ties the score through its fullback. Kyle Juszczyk, the 49ers’ throwback of a fullback, took a short pass and rumbled toward the goal line, diving into the end zone for a 15-yard touchdown that […]Read More

Like Its 2 Royal Guests, Canada’s Most English City Reinvents

VICTORIA, British Columbia — If Prince Harry ever gets lonesome for royal life while in Canada, he can always visit his great-great-great-great-grandmother, perched at a dining room table over a glass of sherry, her hair lovingly shampooed and fluffed by one of her most devoted subjects. Until last week, Ken Lane, who once ran the […]Read More

Rivals Target Sanders in Final Push Toward Iowa Caucuses

ANAMOSA, Iowa — The specter of the divisive Democratic battles of 2016 cast a shadow over the final days of the 2020 contest for Iowa, as several leading presidential candidates questioned the ability of Senator Bernie Sanders to unite the party as its nominee while the Sanders camp sparred with allies of Hillary Clinton, his […]Read More

Coronavirus: Officials Eye First Suspected Case in New York City

New York City health officials announced on Saturday that a patient at Bellevue Hospital Center may have the novel coronavirus. If confirmed, it would be the first known instance of the virus in New York City. Local authorities are unable to test for the virus so they are sending a sample to the Centers for […]Read More

Doctors on TikTok Try to Go Viral

For decades, sex education in the classroom could be pretty cringey. For some adolescents, it meant a pitch for abstinence; others watched their teachers put condoms on bananas and attempt sketches of fallopian tubes that looked more like modern art. On TikTok, sex ed is being flipped on its head. Teenagers who load the app […]Read More

Monique Van Vooren, Actress With a Diverse Résumé, Dies at

She appeared on Broadway twice, two decades apart. In 1953, she played multiple roles in the musical revue “John Murray Anderson’s Almanac.” In 1975, she played Venus in “Man on the Moon,” a musical written by John Phillips of the rock group the Mamas and the Papas. It closed after less than a week of […]Read More

Trying to Find the Signal in the Noise of Hall

Isaac Bruce was a central cog in the St. Louis Rams’ “Greatest Show on Turf” offense. For 16 seasons, Bruce was a consistent vertical threat at wide receiver, and he ranks in the N.F.L.’s top 15 for career receptions (13th), receiving yards (fifth) and touchdown catches (12th). He was the leading receiver in a Super […]Read More

Things to Do in N.Y.C. This February

Looking for even more reasons to get out of the house? Visit our Arts & Entertainment Guide at Feb. 1 ‘Lunar New Year Festival: Year of the Rat’ at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. This daylong celebration includes a parade, performances and family-friendly art activities. (While in the area, head to Rumsey Playfield in […]Read More

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