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Today β€” July 17th 2018Your RSS feeds

Review: A Stranger, Sexier Version of β€˜Peter Pan’? It’s Leonard Bernstein’s

By ALEXIS SOLOSKI

In this production of J.M. Barrie’s 1904 play, Bernstein’s neglected score brings out the characters’ melancholic desires.

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Russian agents' indictment raises stakes ahead of Trump-Putin summit

By Peter Nicholas, Vivian Salama

The federal indictment on Friday of 12 Russian intelligence agents accused of hacking Democratic and state election computers in 2016 moves the topic of Russian meddling in the presidential election higher on the agenda for the two nations ahead of President Donald Trump’s summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

Russian agents' indictment raises stakes ahead of Trump-Putin summit

By Peter Nicholas, Vivian Salama

The federal indictment on Friday of 12 Russian intelligence agents accused of hacking Democratic and state election computers in 2016 moves the topic of Russian meddling in the presidential election higher on the agenda for the two nations ahead of President Donald Trump’s summit meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki.

Longest Stage of the Tour de France Is Actually a Chance to Relax

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

The Dutch rider Dylan Groenewegen won Friday’s stage ahead of Fernando Gaviria. Greg Van Avermaet held on to the yellow jersey and doubled his lead over Geraint Thomas to six seconds.

Art Review: He Spoke Out During the AIDS Crisis. See Why His Art Still Matters.

By HOLLAND COTTER

David Wojnarowicz’s profile is high in New York this summer, with a rich retrospective at the Whitney Museum, opening Friday, and two gallery shows.

In Troubled Cameroon, U.S. Envoy Is Accused of Election Meddling

By DIONNE SEARCEY and FRANCOIS ESSOMBA

When the American ambassador encouraged Cameroon’s president, in office for 36 years, to think about his “legacy,” an uproar ensued over alleged interference from a foreign power.

Shouting and Personal Attacks at Strzok Hearing

Peter Strzok, the F.B.I. deputy assistant director, faced attacks from a Republican lawmaker who brought up Mr. Strzok’s extramarital affair.

Peter Sagan Takes Stage 5 as Tour de France Hits the Hills

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Greg Van Avermaet, the yellow jersey holder, mistimed his sprint and Sagan took advantage to claim his second victory in this year’s event.

Fernando Gaviria Edges Peter Sagan in Stage 4 of the Tour de France

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

Gaviria and Sagan have turned the first four days of the Tour into an enthralling duel of rising star versus world champion.

Peter Sagan Gains Redemption, and the Lead at the Tour de France

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

A year after leaving the Tour n disgrace, Sagan earned the race’s yellow jersey on Sunday by powering past the competition to reach the finish line.

Op-Ed Columnist: How to Lose a Trade War

By PAUL KRUGMAN

Trump’s tariffs are designed to inflict maximum damage on the U.S. economy.

In St. Petersburg, Managing Sleep and Soccer

By MATTHEW FUTTERMAN

In a city where darkness barely descends this time of year, teams take extra steps to get adequate rest despite so much soccer and so much daylight.

Curator Says MoMA PS1 Wanted Her, Until She Had a Baby

By MELENA RYZIK

The museum denies any bias, but the curator has brought her discrimination complaint to the New York City Commission on Human Rights.

Bringing β€˜Doctor Atomic’ to the Birthplace of the Bomb

By MICHAEL COOPER

Peter Sellars is rethinking the opera he and John Adams made about J. Robert Oppenheimer as it comes to Santa Fe Opera, a short drive from Los Alamos.

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