The Justice Department opened an inquiry into reports of sexual harassment and retaliation in the former governor’s administration.
It ought to have a sense of place, and it needs to refresh. Beyond that, great wines are those that best fit the particular occasion.
Hervé Le Tellier’s novel, a runaway best seller and prize winner in France, is about the strange and mysterious fate of the passengers on a flight from Paris to New York.
Including bomb threats, bank robberies and more, the month’s action films pack a wallop.
The movie’s subtle conclusion takes a moment to comprehend. But the director, Jane Campion, has a history of working in the realm of suggestion.
On a special episode of the podcast, taped live, editors from The New York Times Book Review discuss this year’s outstanding fiction and nonfiction.
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Leftists labeled the same practice done under President Donald Trump "cruel" and "inhumane."
More states are finding cases of the new variant. Tracking its spread, experts say, is key to understanding what threat it poses.
The SoftBank founder, Masayoshi Son, is locked in a dispute over compensation that his key deputy, Marcelo Claure, insists he should be paid.