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Netflix Holiday Movies: Ranked, Listed and Checked Twice

The streaming service has plenty of holiday cheer to spread around. We look at what’s on offer for this season.

This Time, a Cartoon Depiction of Naomi Osaka Is More True to Life

Last year, the tennis champion was shown with light skin in an instant noodle ad. Now, she’ll be portrayed as a manga character, and illustrators insisted on getting details right.

Why is Australia Still Part of the British Monarchy?

Exploring why we just can’t seem to break free.

E.U. Privacy Rule Would Rein In the Hunt for Online Child Sex Abuse

Regulators argue that while abuse imagery on the internet is abhorrent, unchecked scanning for it by tech companies could violate privacy rights. A showdown looms.

Harris Adds to a Diverse Staff Where a Majority, Like Their Boss, Are Women of Color

Her chief of staff will be Tina Flournoy, who had the same job with President Bill Clinton after he left office.

Trump Lost the 2020 Election. He Has Raised $207.5 Million Since.

President Trump’s nonstop fund-raising in the month after his loss at the polls ensures his new political operation — whatever shape it takes — will continue to be well-financed.

Fox News Host Juan Williams is Said to Test Positive for Coronavirus

The liberal co-host of “The Five” is isolating himself, and the program’s stars will appear remotely for the foreseeable future.

The Empress of East Second Street

For over 20 years, Beatrice Tosti di Valminuta and her husband, Julio Pena, have turned diners into devotees at their trattoria, Il Posto Accanto.

From Shelled Ethiopian City, Doctors Tally Deaths and Plead for Help

Ethiopia’s prime minister promised a swift, surgical military campaign in the restive province of Tigray. But doctors in the regional capital reported civilian deaths, looting and a looming crisis.

Trump Associates Said to Have Been Scrutinized in Suspected Pardon Scheme

A billionaire from San Francisco sought clemency for a psychologist convicted of monetary crimes. The Republican donor Elliott Broidy and a lawyer who later represented Jared Kushner were enlisted.

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