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Overlooked in Atlanta, Black Female Artists Try Miami

By KELUNDRA SMITH

Would an appearance at Art Basel Miami Beach help ten women scale the barriers of rejection or aesthetic misunderstanding they found in Georgia?

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Art Basel Miami Beach: Cracks in the Glittering Facade

By BRETT SOKOL

Against the backdrop of a skidding stock market, declining endowments and a cooling of luxury real-estate values, another private museum announced its birth.

Foaming at the mouth, cyanide killer's sentencing is delayed

The sentencing hearing for a Virginia man who poisoned his former girlfriend with a cyanide injection has been postponed because he was unresponsive and foaming at the mouth when he was wheeled into a Virginia Beach court.

At Art Basel Miami Beach, a Revamped Venue and a Focused Program

By TED LOOS

The convention center has bid farewell to its “Miami Vice” palette, and 2 sectors of the fair have been cut.

Jeffrey Epstein Settles Lawsuit, Avoiding Testimony From Accusers in Sex Case

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

The settlement, however, will not stop women who say Mr. Epstein sexually abused them when they were girls from seeking redress in federal court.

Wilder keeps heavyweight title, fights Fury to split draw

By Greg Beacham

Tyson Fury dominated long stretches of his heavyweight title bout against Deontay Wilder with shifty technique and graceful defense.

Years After Plea Deal in Sex Case, Jeffrey Epstein’s Accusers Will Get Their Day in Court

By PATRICIA MAZZEI

Jury selection begins next week in a civil case involving the New York financier accused of sexually abusing dozens of girls. It could be the first time some victims will publicly testify.

Hung Jury in Murder Trial Over 2016 Death of Jogger Karina Vetrano

By JOHN SURICO

After a day and a half of deliberations, 12 jurors returned to the courtroom split on whether to charge Chanel Lewis, 22, with the murder and sexual abuse of Ms. Vetrano.

Democrats Plan to Investigate Ivanka Trump’s Use of Private Email Account

By MAGGIE HABERMAN and NICHOLAS FANDOS

President Trump defended his daughter, saying there was no comparison to Hillary Clinton’s email practices and dismissing the issue as “fake news.”

Update: When Will Tourists Be Able to Return to the Florida Panhandle?

By ALEXANDRA S. LEVINE

Recovery will be slow for many of the vacation spots devastated by Hurricane Michael. But there are some options in the area for vacationers looking for a winter getaway.

A Queens Jogger’s Murder Shook the City. Two Years Later, an Emotional Trial Unfolds.

By JOHN SURICO

Jurors on Monday will begin deliberations in the case against Chanel Lewis, who is charged with sexually assaulting and murdering Karina Vetrano in 2016.

Rick Scott Wins Florida Senate Recount as Bill Nelson Concedes

By PATRICIA MAZZEI, FRANCES ROBLES and MAGGIE ASTOR

Senator Bill Nelson, a three-term Democrat, lost his Senate seat to Florida’s current Republican governor in a tight race.

Recount Ordered in Florida Senate Race as Governor’s Contest Nears End

By FRANCES ROBLES, GLENN THRUSH and AUDRA D. S. BURCH

Rick Scott and Bill Nelson were facing a manual recount in the Senate battle. The Republican, Ron DeSantis, appears to have won governor’s race over Andrew Gillum.

Florida Recount, Amid Machine Error and Lawsuits, Is β€˜Going to End Up a Little Messy’

By FRANCES ROBLES and PATRICIA MAZZEI

Old equipment in Palm Beach County prompted the elections supervisor to warn the county may not be able to meet the deadline in Florida’s statewide recount.

Australia Dispatch: Aboriginal Rangers Face a Sisyphean Task: Waves of Trash

By Photographs and Text by DAVID MAURICE SMITH

The Dhimurru Rangers are one of more than 100 Indigenous groups spread across Australia who are removing thousands of pounds of plastic garbage from the beaches.

Billionaire’s Fight to Close Path to a California Beach Comes to a Dead End

By NELLIE BOWLES

The Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal by Vinod Khosla, a Silicon Valley venture capitalist whose belief in property rights outweighed his affinity for a state access law.

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