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Recipe for Ruckus in India: A Queen’s Honor, a New Film and Politics (World)
Hindu extremists smashed up the film set, pulled the director’s hair and threatened to behead the lead actress. “Padmaavat,” the most potentially explosive Indian film in years, opens Thursday.
Patrick Meehan, Congressman Combating Harassment, Settled His Own Misconduct Case (U.S.)
Representative Patrick Meehan, a Republican member of the House Ethics Committee, used taxpayer money to pay a former aide who had seen him as a father figure before he made unwanted advances.
Women’s March 2.0 (U.S.)
A year after millions of women protested President Trump, marchers are gathering again across the country and the world.
The Women’s March Became a Movement. What’s Next? (U.S.)
Women’s marches drew more than a million people a year ago. This time around, they come amid a broader cultural challenge to men’s power and privilege.
Leftist Lion and Far-Right Provocateur Vie for Brazil Presidency (World)
As a wild, bitter contest to lead Brazil gets underway, the two front-runners are political opposites, one facing prison time and the other with a long history of incendiary remarks.
Dior Homme: Fall 2018 (Fashion & Style)
The fall 2018 men’s collection.
Full Text of Aly Raisman’s Statement (Sports)
Ali Raisman, an Olympics gymnastics star, read this statement during the sentencing hearing of a team doctor who pleaded guilty to sexual abuse.
14 Recent and Underseen Indies on Netflix (Arts)
Netflix has become a reliable destination for many fine independent films that spent little time in theaters. Here are 14 from the past few years that are worth discovering.
Variety: Acrostic (Crosswords & Games)
Emily Cox and Henry Rathvon steer us through this week’s acrostic.
Syria Promotes Tourism, Despite Devastation of Civil War (World)
The country was once home to an array of tourist landmarks, but many of those have been damaged or destroyed by war, and most governments still advise against their citizens traveling there.
Angelique Kerber Is Learning How to Win Again (Sports)
In a 6-1, 6-3 victory against Maria Sharapova at the Australian Open, Kerber looked more like the fist-pumping No. 1 of 2016 than the downbeat player of last year.
Donald Trump and His Work Wives (Opinion)
What does Hope Hicks do, exactly? Vast amounts of emotional labor.
Trading Blame for the Shutdown, Lawmakers Search for a Deal to End It (U.S.)
With the government shut down and the two parties faulting each other, senators from both parties were looking for an agreement to end the crisis.
Our 10 Most Popular Recipes Right Now (Admin)
The recipes readers loved most this week.
A Hissing Radiator and Sleepless Nights (Real Estate)
If the radiator hisses so loudly you can’t sleep, does the landlord have to fix it?
Australian Open: Another Early Exit for Alexander Zverev (Sports)
The fourth-seeded Zverev made yet another puzzling early exit at a Grand Slam tournament, losing to his fellow rising star Hyeon Chung in the third round.
The Republican’s Guide to Presidential Etiquette (Opinion)
Republicans used to care a whole lot about how a president comported himself. Here is what they now condone.
Thom Browne: Fall 2018 (Fashion & Style)
The fall 2018 men’s collection.
What’s on TV Saturday: ‘Blue Planet II’ and ‘False Flag’ (Arts)
Sir David Attenborough returns to host “Blue Planet II,” and average citizens are thrust into an international incident in “False Flag.”
Yes, People Really Are Eating Tide Pods. No, It’s Not Safe. (U.S.)
An improbable and dangerous idea promoted on the internet has become a cause for genuine concern, the authorities said.