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Today β€” January 27th 2020Your RSS feeds

Bond Over Beethoven Led to Kobe Bryant’s Oscar for β€˜Dear Basketball’

By Charles Solomon and Michael Cooper

A shared love for the master composer connected the Lakers legend who died on Sunday and the illustrator of the short film based on Bryant’s retirement poem.

Ancient rock carvings show procession of gods riding mythical animals

By Christopher Carbone

Archaeologists have unearthed stunning rock carvings showing an Assyrian king paying tribute to his gods with a procession of mythical creatures.

Huge star ate its dead neighbor, creating brightest supernova ever, scientists say

By Christopher Carbone

An exploding star blazed to life 240 million light-years away in the Perseus constellation may have consumed its dead neighbor, new research shows.

Did closing the ozone hole help slow Arctic warming?

By Christopher Carbone

The global treaty that protected the Earth's ozone layer did more than just maintain a crucial protective covering for our planet.

I Quit Dating Apps. Five Times.

By Fahima Haque

The story of a tortured relationship — with a happy ending.

Yesterday β€” January 26th 2020Your RSS feeds

Two Dead in Shooting in South Carolina

By Johnny Diaz

At least four other people were wounded in a shooting early Sunday morning at a bar in Hartsville, S.C., according to the authorities.

Does Hollywood Really Love Movies About Itself?

By Ben Zauzmer

Awards-season observers often say that films about the industry are catnip for Oscar voters. We did the math.

Effects of Coronavirus Begin Echoing Far From Wuhan Epicenter

By Chris Buckley and Tiffany May

Hong Kong closed its schools for several weeks, Beijing began limiting bus travel in and out of the capital and China’s travel association suspended tour groups of citizens heading overseas.

I Quit Sex for 12 Years

By Steven Kurutz

It was no mean feat for Sophie Fontanel. In France, love of sex is expected.

Effects of Coronavirus Begin Echoing Far From Wuhan Epicenter

By Chris Buckley and Tiffany May

Hong Kong closed its schools for several weeks, Beijing began limiting bus travel in and out of the capital and China’s travel association suspended tour groups of citizens heading overseas.

Papyrus Is Shutting All Its Stores

By David Yaffe-Bellany

Schurman Fine Papers, which also owns American Greetings and Carlton Card stores, filed for bankruptcy on Thursday.

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Tom Steyer Spends Millions in South Carolina. Black Voters Reap the Benefit.

By Stephanie Saul and Nick Corasaniti

Seeking inroads in the state, Mr. Steyer, a hedge-fund billionaire, is paying black vendors, hiring black staff members and appearing in rural outposts, lavishing money and attention. It’s paying dividends.

Big Business Says It Will Tackle Climate Change, but Not How or When

By David Gelles and Somini Sengupta

In Davos, business leaders were newly vocal about the danger, though they gave few details about how they would reform their practices.

Your Credit Score May Soon Change. Here’s Why.

By Tara Siegel Bernard

FICO is tweaking its all-important formula. Scores will rise for about 40 million people and drop for another 40 million.

How β€˜Honeyland’ Became an Oscar Game Changer

By Sara Aridi

The movie from North Macedonia is the first to be nominated for both best documentary and best international feature.

I Quit New York

By Alex Williams

Cameron Carling, 38, left to pursue a dream life in Costa Rica. Then he quit that, too.

With Mezcal, Smoke Is Only Part of the Story

By Eric Asimov

The choices now abound, but the best bottles are rare and often expensive. What’s inside is sometimes quirky and almost always joyous.

I Quit My Smartphone

By Lisa Wells

Thanks to the Allen Carr technique for quitting smoking.

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