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Amanda Seyfried Finally Stakes Her Claim

The “Mean Girls” and “Mamma Mia!” actress knows her performance as Marion Davies in“Mank” will be a turning point in her career. But first, she had to put some distance between herself and Hollywood.

World  /  Europe

Dave Prowse, Man Behind Darth Vader’s Mask, Is Dead at 85

Mr. Prowse went from being a weight lifting champion in Britain to helping portray one of the most iconic villains in movie history. But his voice did not make the edit.

World  /  Europe

I giorni persi che hanno reso Bergamo una tragedia del Coronav...

Questa provincia del Nord Italia è stata tra le zone in cui il virus ha ucciso di più in Occidente. Un’inchiesta de The New York Times ha rivelato che indicazioni fallaci e ritardi burocratici hanno fatto sì che si siano perse molte più vite del n...

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The Lost Days That Made Bergamo a Coronavirus Tragedy

The northern Italian province became one of the deadliest killing fields for the virus in the Western world. But a Times investigation found that faulty guidance and bureaucratic delays rendered the toll far worse than it had to be.

Bah, Pandemic! How Theaters Are Saving ‘A Christmas Carol’

Seasonal stagings often underwrite the usual fare. But even without indoor audiences, the tradition lives on — by mail, by screen, by car and by radio.

The College Athletes Who Are Allowed to Make Big Bucks: Cheerl...

Because cheerleading is not governed by the N.C.A.A., its participants can sign lucrative endorsement deals that would lead to punishment for most college athletes, including soon-to-be N.F.L. and N.B.A. millionaires.

World  /  Europe

Covering ‘The Crown’ on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Our pop culture editor in London talks about the popularity of “The Crown” on both sides of the Atlantic, and giving the people what they want.

Diego Maradona's Long Shadow

Dozens of players have been hailed as the next Maradona. A few have even worn his famed No. 10 with his blessing. But the fit was never perfect.

Make a Poem From Newspaper

A cento is a poem written using borrowed lines, like ones from this publication. Don’t forget to give credit.

Making Bar Trivia Virtual

Though many bars are under lockdown restrictions, pub quiz companies still operate online. You provide the booze, they provide the brainteasers.

Ways to Get Your Kids Moving

Teens and tweens need exercise, period. Many parents are finding informal, creative and encouraging ways to get their isolated offspring outside safely.

Listen to Indigenous Podcasts

Expand your understanding of Native history issues beyond the fourth Thursday of November. Here are some Indigenous podcasters recommending their favorite Native-made audio.

That Mysterious Monolith in the Utah Desert? It’s Gone, Offici...

The metal structure has been removed, Utah officials said on Saturday, adding that they had not taken it down.

Virus Disruptions Hit 49ers and Broncos, as N.F.L. Crisis Grows

The 49ers would need to train away for the headquarters for three weeks under an order from local health officials. The Broncos have none of their quarterbacks available for their game on Sunday.

Brazen Killings Expose Iran’s Vulnerabilities as It Struggles ...

After suffering a string of audacious attacks, Tehran faces an agonizing choice: embracing hard-liner demands for swift retaliation, or trying to make a fresh start with the Biden administration.

A Cat Is Said to Be Joining the Bidens in the White House

The last cat to live in the White House, India, belonged to President George W. Bush.