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Pelicans Agree to Trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers

By Scott Cacciola and Marc Stein

Davis, who asked to be traded in January, is headed to Los Angeles in exchange for young stars like Lonzo Ball and first-round draft picks.

Pelicans Agree to Trade Anthony Davis to the Lakers

By Scott Cacciola and Marc Stein

Davis, who asked to be traded in January, is headed to Los Angeles in exchange for young stars like Lonzo Ball and first-round draft picks.

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This World War II Hero’s Art Said What Words Couldn’t

By Dave Philipps

The aristocrat-turned-commando Guy de Montlaur was a hero of the French liberation. His paintings of D-Day depict scenes that haunted him his entire life.

Pelicans' Griffin says no 'shot clock' on any Davis deal

Pelicans basketball operations chief David Griffin said Tuesday that the timing of next week's NBA draft won't necessarily raise urgency to deal away disgruntled six-time All-Star Anthony Davis.

Zion Williamson Invited to U.S.A. Basketball Training Camp

By Marc Stein

The Duke star — and the presumptive No. 1 pick in this month’s N.B.A. draft — will be part of a 10-man “select” team of up-and-coming players.

Dr. John, of Voodoo Beads, Feathers and New Orleans Sound, Dies at 77

By Gavin Edwards

Born Malcolm Rebennack Jr., he was part of a pantheon of New Orleans keyboard wizards that also included Professor Longhair, James Booker and Fats Domino.

Mississippi River spillway opening cut by 4/5ths

Plans for opening a Mississippi River spillway in Louisiana have been cut back dramatically because the river is rising more slowly than expected.

When the Levees Break Again

By Andy Horowitz

New Orleans, its flood protections verging on obsolete, lives on the edge of disaster.

After a Scandal, the New Orleans Jazz Market Rises Again

By Giovanni Russonello

One of the city’s newest musical landmarks and its Grammy-winning jazz orchestra are pushing forward as two members of its original leadership team await trial for embezzlement.

Big City: Abortion and the Future of the New South

By GINIA BELLAFANTE

Many young New Yorkers have been fleeing the city for creative hubs in the South, where housing is cheap. But what happens now?

On Pro Basketball: Losing the Lottery Might Be the Least of the Knicks’ Problems

By HARVEY ARATON

The promise of Zion Williamson was ejected from Madison Square Garden, a reminder of how difficult it will be for the Knicks to return to the center of the N.B.A. universe.

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