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Review: In ?Orlando,? Emma Corrin Straddles Genders and Centuries
In a freewheeling London adaptation of Virginia Woolf?s 1928 novel, Corrin plays a character whose emotions are as fluid as their identity.
For Sunak, Like Biden, Dullness Could Be a Secret Weapon
For all their differences, President Biden and Prime Minister Rishi Sunak of Britain share a challenge: operating in the wake of a larger-than-life predecessor. They have tactics in common, too.
The Best Poetry of 2022
Our columnist selects the books that have stuck with her this year.
Warnock Claims Momentum in Georgia, as Walker Banks on Election Day Turnout
On the eve of Georgia?s Senate runoff, Raphael Warnock, a Democrat, warned his supporters about being overconfident. Herschel Walker urged Republicans to flood the polls on Tuesday.
Everything Democrats Could Do if Warnock Wins
Once more, America?s fate is bound up in Georgia.
Warnock and Walker, at Finish Line in Georgia, Stick to Their Strategies
Senator Raphael Warnock preached from his Atlanta church and put on rallies, while Herschel Walker held a series of low-key events.
John Corry, Former Times Reporter and TV Critic, Dies at 89
Among his best known articles were one that helped clear a man of killing his mother and one that disputed plagiarism charges against Jerzy Kosinski.
The Texas Group Waging a National Crusade Against Climate Action
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is shaping laws, running influence campaigns and taking legal action in a bid to promote fossil fuels.
Losses by T.C.U. and U.S.C. Leave Playoff Powers With Unappealing Choices
The College Football Playoff is expanding to 12 teams in the 2024 season. But right now, it?s having trouble enough finding four worthy contenders.
?Andor? Is the Best Star Wars Anything in Quite a While
On the Empire, the Rebellion and a series that works.