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Brian Mulroney, Former Canadian Prime Minister, Is Dead at 84

He led the country into the North American Free Trade Agreement with the United States and Mexico but was shadowed…

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Pat Steir’s Blue Period

The painter discusses her latest work, her previous career in the New York City welfare department and why she tries…

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With Richard Lewis, Kvetching Was Charismatic

The comedian gave his Jewish neurotic persona a nervy cool even as he threw his whole body into his comedy.

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Land Art Comes Indoors as Dia Highlights Meg Webster

Nine sculptures exhibited at Dia Beacon from soil, beeswax, moss and other outdoor elements, date from Webster’s breakout period of…

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My Dad Cut My Brother Out of His Will. Should I Secretly Split My Inheritance?

The magazine’s Ethicist columnist on whether to shield a sibling from a painful truth.

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How Does a Day Job Affect an Artist’s Work? This Exhibition Has an Idea

Plus: an installation in an Indian palace, a farm shop in upstate New York — and more recommendations from T…

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Disney Sued Over Doctor’s Allergy Death After Meal at Resort Restaurant

Kanokporn Tangsuan’s husband said his wife had been served dishes containing allergens despite being assured she would not be.

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After U. of Georgia Killing, Lawmakers Seek Tougher Immigration Laws

As residents lamented the killing of a 22-year-old woman, immigration policies in Georgia have come under renewed scrutiny, with state…

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Trump’s Allies Don’t Want to Destroy the ‘Deep State.’ They Want to Seize It.

Every new administration that wins power away from the opposing party contends that whatever its predecessors did was terrible and…

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Why Leap Day Is Really About Party Planning

Judah Levine, top time researcher, explains how Feb. 29 was invented to keep the major holidays from colliding.

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