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Ticket sales for “Solo” were big, but by “Star Wars” standards they fell far short. Multiplex gridlock and disgruntled fans were among possible explanations.
The creators of the children’s television show want “The Happytime Murders,” an upcoming movie featuring puppets, to stop using the slogan “No Sesame. All Street.”
“Don’t you have better things to do than watch me vacuum apartments?” wondered a cleaning woman I spent some time tagging along with. I didn’t.
In a Silicon Valley park, burrowing owls are dying and disappearing. Public records and a bit of snooping uncovered a path that led to Google and its feline-loving employees.
The credit card company said it would “suspend its marketing” featuring Mr. Freeman’s voice after several women told CNN about inappropriate touching or comments by the actor.
After representing Jimi Hendrix, Sly Stone and other music stars, he challenged The Village Voice, covering Lower Manhattan in a grittier era.
The move by several major news organizations illustrated that some companies would prefer to lose European readers than to risk being hit with stiff penalties.
Major tech companies took steps to prevent foreign meddling online before voters in Ireland cast ballots on Friday. Here’s how those efforts are working out.
The European Union on Friday puts the world’s toughest data privacy rules into effect. The regulations are set to have an outsize impact far beyond Europe.
The women told CNN that he inappropriately touched or spoke to them on set, during publicity events and at his production company. He issued an apology.
America has softened on stool.
A federal judge in Manhattan ruled on Wednesday that President Trump’s practice of blocking Twitter users who criticize him is unconstitutional.
“What he’s done is create an echo chamber,” said one user who was blocked for suggesting that President Trump had a crush on Hillary Clinton.
The cases seek a verdict on “post truth” culture and on Mr. Jones, a Trump ally who reaps millions peddling bogus claims about an American tragedy.
In an effort to ward off a merger with Viacom, the network amended its lawsuit against its parent company. Now it falls to a judge to break the deadlock.
A documentary about the fashion world Zelig André Leon Talley doesn’t live up to his energy.
With #MeToo in mind, 17-year-old Avalon Hester turned a Times obituary series into a pleated gown.
Kathy Zhang, a newsroom and product analytics manager at The Times, discusses how analytics tools help her better serve readers.
To comply with Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation, which goes into effect on May 25, internet companies have been updating their data policies. Here’s how you can benefit.
Facebook’s chief executive is expected to strike a conciliatory tone about user data on Tuesday when he speaks to members of the European Parliament.