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Valentine’s Day in Times Square

By ALIX STRAUSS and CHARANNA ALEXANDER

The Times Square Alliance presents Love in Times Square 2019, where couples travel near and far for surprise proposals, weddings and vow renewals.

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Tech We’re Using: Germany Is Wary of a Digital World (but Loves Its E-Toothbrushes)

By MELISSA EDDY

Melissa Eddy, a Berlin reporter, explains how privacy laws have led to blurred Google Street View pictures, and why WhatsApp, Instagram and Facebook are popular almost despite themselves.

Democrats' are having an identity meltdown -- The furies they've unleashed are consuming them. Where's Obama?

By Wall Street Journal Editorial Board

Democrats need an identity-politics intervention. Having unleashed race, gender, sexual orientation and class as the defining issues of American politics, these furies are now consuming their authors.

Kimberley Strassel: Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez -- The secret Republican weapon for 2020

By Kimberley A. Strassel

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has a megaphone that is so loud she rivals Speaker Nancy Pelosi as the face of the Democratic Party. Republicans don’t know whether to applaud or laugh. Most do both.

Ivanka Trump: Empower women to foster freedom

By Ivanka Trump

On Thursday President Trump will sign a memorandum establishing the Women’s Global Development and Prosperity Initiative, or W-GDP.

Lincoln Center Finds Its Next President at the 92nd Street Y

By MICHAEL COOPER

Henry Timms, who helped create #GivingTuesday, will become the leader of a center buffeted by management churn in recent years.

What Trump Left Out About MS-13’s Rise in New York

By ALI WINSTON and ALI WATKINS

President Trump cited a gang slaying on a subway platform to justify his hard line on new border security, but MS-13 has been in New York for decades.

The Rise of the Robot Reporter

By JACLYN PEISER

Fast, accurate and no typos! Bloomberg News, The Washington Post and The Associated Press test out machine-generated journalism.

β€˜If Beale Street Could Talk’ Offers a Tour of a Lost New York

By JOHN L. DORMAN

The film, directed by Barry Jenkins and nominated for three Academy Awards, was adapted from the 1974 James Baldwin novel and shot largely on the city’s streets.

The Rise of the Robot Reporter

By JACLYN PEISER

Fast, accurate and no typos! Bloomberg News, The Washington Post and The Associated Press test out machine-generated journalism.

Bud Light’s corn syrup Super Bowl ad prompts response from competition

Super Bowl commercials from Anheuser-Busch InBev SA’s Bud Light may have just revived a national focus on corn syrup, an ingredient that has been blamed for its role in the national obesity epidemic.

Bud Light’s corn syrup Super Bowl ad prompts response from competition

Super Bowl commercials from Anheuser-Busch InBev SA’s Bud Light may have just revived a national focus on corn syrup, an ingredient that has been blamed for its role in the national obesity epidemic.

Facebook removes accounts of fake news group in Indonesia

By Ben Otto

Facebook Inc. removed hundreds of accounts, groups and pages linked to an online syndicate that has been accused of spreading fake news and hate speech in Indonesia, less than three months before a presidential election in the world’s third-largest democracy.

Facebook opens new fronts to combat political interference

By Kimberly Chin

Facebook Inc. plans to make more information available world-wide about political ads purchased on its services, expanding the social-media giant’s effort to defend against politically motivated interference in elections from India to the European Union.

UFO series 'Project Blue Book' mixes fact and fiction

By Darryn King

When Sean Jablonski first saw a script for the UFO series “Project Blue Book,” it was described to him as “ ‘The X-Files’ meets ‘Mad Men.’ ”

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