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Lyft Said to Plan Restructuring and Job Cuts

By Kate Conger and Mike Isaac

The ride-hailing company has faced questions about whether it can make money.

Lyft Said to Plan Restructuring and Job Cuts

By Kate Conger and Mike Isaac

The ride-hailing company has faced questions about whether it can make money.

Weinstein Told an Accuser β€˜This Is How the Industry Works,’ She Says

By Jan Ransom

Dawn Dunning testified that Harvey Weinstein sexually assaulted her during a meeting in 2004 when she was an aspiring actress.

Don’t Reject Trump’s Peace Plan. Change It.

By Micah Goodman

The “Ultimate Deal” isn’t ultimate, and it’s not quite a deal.

Les Wexner, Victoria’s Secret Owner, Is in Talks to Step Down

By Jessica Silver-Greenberg, Sapna Maheshwari and Katherine Rosman

Mr. Wexner, who created the retail empire L Brands, has come under scrutiny for employing the disgraced financier Jeffrey Epstein as a personal adviser.

Why Random Government Accounts Are All Over Your Timeline

By Luke Winkie

The public sector is dabbling in private-sector brand strategy on Twitter.

On the Day Democrats Vote in Iowa, Trump Plans to Flood the Zone

By Annie Karni and Maggie Haberman

Roughly 80 members of Congress, cabinet secretaries and administration officials will descend on the state to drive voter enthusiasm and make a show of force.

Was Broadway Ready for β€˜Slave Play’?

By Elizabeth A. Harris and Reggie Ugwu

The show about race, sex and trauma didn’t earn back its costs, but did demonstrate that audiences would turn out to see, and argue about, risky material.

How the W.N.B.A. Deal Got Done

By Howard Megdal

When the league’s new commissioner took the reins, she worked to build trust with players and their union, knowing they shared an important goal: women’s empowerment.

What is the USMCA? Here's What's in the New NAFTA

By Ana Swanson and Jim Tankersley

A trade agreement with Mexico and Canada revises Mexico’s labor laws and encourages more auto production in North America.

How the Fed Chairman is Shielding It From Trump

By Jeanna Smialek

Jerome H. Powell is a pragmatist, and one who is quietly insulating an embattled Federal Reserve often in President Trump’s cross hairs.

The β€˜Lake monster’ that drank the water of a dam in Bulgaria

By Georgi Gotev

Where did the water from Bulgaria's Studena Dam disappear, creating a humanitarian crisis for more than 100,000 people in the city of Pernik? Following the first part of Valya Ahchieva's investigation, the Minister of environment and water Neno Dimov was arrested.

Dominic Thiem Beats Rafael Nadal in Australian Open Quarterfinal

By Christopher Clarey

Thiem won in a thrilling four sets and will face Alexander Zverev in one semifinal. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are in the other.

Dominic Thiem Beats Rafael Nadal in Australian Open Quarterfinal

By Christopher Clarey

Thiem won in a thrilling four sets and will face Alexander Zverev in one semifinal. Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic are in the other.

What Was Said at Davos on Climate Change

By The New York Times

Global leaders attending the World Economic Forum in Switzerland agree that a rapid response is needed to stave off disaster.

Australian Open 2020: Matches to Watch on Wednesday Night (Into Thursday)

By Max Gendler

Both women’s semifinals will be played, and Roger Federer and Novak Djokovic will play for the 50th time, in the early hours of the morning for fans in the United States.

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