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The Mayor Fired a Watchdog, but New York Still Needs Oversight

By THE EDITORIAL BOARD

Investigations Commissioner Mark Peters aggressively sought out the city’s shortcomings.

β€˜Green Book’ Review: A Road Trip Through a Land of Racial ClichΓ©s

By A.O. SCOTT

A real-life story starring Mahershala Ali and Viggo Mortensen becomes a feel-good fable buoyed by its lead performances.

De Blasio Fires Investigations Chief, Citing Abuse of Power

By WILLIAM K. RASHBAUM and WILLIAM NEUMAN

The mayor on Friday removed Mark Peters, New York City’s chief watchdog, a personnel move rarely seen at City Hall.

Critic’s Pick: Arbus, Untitled and Unearthly

By ARTHUR LUBOW

A series considered one of the towering achievements of American art reminds us that nothing can surpass the strange beauty of reality if a photographer knows where to look.

Kazakhstan suggests hosting OSCE forum to bolster global security

By Georgi Gotev

The president of Kazakhstan, Nursultan Nazarbayev, has warned of a risk to post-World War II order and proposed that his country host a conference of the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE) in 2020 with the purpose of “updating” the 1975 Helsinki Final Act of the then CSCE.

US warns Hungary and neighbours against Turkish Stream

By Georgi Gotev

The US has repeatedly taken position against Nord Stream 2, a Russia-sponsored pipeline planned to bring gas to Germany under the Baltic Sea. But this time Washington took position against another such pipeline, bringing Russian gas under the Black Sea.

Coming to Papua New Guinea: World Leaders (and 40 Maseratis)

By RICHARD C. PADDOCK

The island nation, the poorest member of the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation regional forum, has spent lavishly as host of the group’s annual summit meeting.

Brodie Van Wagenen Arrives at G.M. Meetings With Reversed Role

By BILLY WITZ

Van Wagenen was a player agent before being hired by the Mets, so he is used to being on the other side of conversations at these annual meetings.

At Mile 20, the Bronx Cheers Are All Supportive

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

The New York City Marathon makes only a cameo in the borough, but residents take pride in making sure those who run that far get a push toward the finish.

At Mile 20, the Bronx Cheers Are All Supportive

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

The New York City Marathon makes only a cameo in the borough, but residents take pride in making sure those who run that far get a push toward the finish.

Midterm elections and Trump: Tuesday's vote is a referendum on the president's economic vision

By Peter Ferrara

The American people elected President Trump because they were tired of the manifest failures of President Obama’s administration and congressional Democrats: slow economic growth, slow job growth and slow wage growth. Clinton was promising more of the same. Voters wanted a change.

Think Your Vote Doesn’t Matter?

By DAMON WINTER

Here are three local races that could help determine who controls Congress.

Last Time Around: New York City Marathon Chief Takes Measure of a Long Journey

By KEVIN ARMSTRONG

Peter Ciaccia prepared for his last marathon as its race director, using a prerace course inspection as a vehicle to reminisce.

Review: β€˜The Other Side of the Wind’ Is Orson Welles’s Haunted Hall of Mirrors

By MANOHLA DARGIS

Welles’s last project is something of a seductive tease, a film that at times entrances and delights and at times offends and embarrasses.

Trilobites: Deer Antlers Couldn’t Grow So Fast Without These Genes

By DOUGLAS QUENQUA

Studying the genes that let deer quickly regrow their antlers could one day lead to treatments for people who suffer bone ailments like osteoporosis.

Big risks in Judge Moro becoming Brazil justice minister

By PETER PRENGAMAN

The Brazilian judge at the center of one of the largest corruption investigations in history said Thursday he would become justice minister in the government of President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, a decision that will be hailed by Brazilians eager for a crackdown on graft but also add to deep polarization after a bruising presidential campaign.

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