‘Are You Up on Dominic Fike Yet?’

The New York Times Presents: ‘Dominic Fike, at First’ Producer/Director Alexandra GarciaReporter Joe Coscarelli Watch on Friday, Aug. 7, at 10 p.m. on FX and streaming on Hulu. Dominic Fike was fresh out of jail when he landed a multimillion-dollar record deal. He didn’t have an album or even a …

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Álvaro Uribe’s Detention Deepens Colombia’s Divisions

Soon, the office of the inspector general, which oversees the conduct of public employees, was issuing an urgent call for public servants to “respect and not attack the justice system.” Colombians, the office said, must “stop the aggression and the extreme polarization that could bring new scenes of violence. To …

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Experiencing War Far From the Battlefield

It has been a long time since I enjoyed a book as much as I did LOVE IN THE BLITZ (Harper/HarperCollins, 496 pp., $28.99). Of the hundreds of books about World War II that I’ve read, this is one of the best. I would welcome the author, Eileen Alexander, as …

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Why Joe Biden Keeps Missing His Own V.P. Deadlines

“He knows when what he’s decided really matters,” said Senator Chris Coons, Democrat of Delaware. “He takes time to make those decisions well. He doesn’t struggle to make those decisions, he makes them in a series. He listens to the relevant experts, he consults the relevant data.” In this case, …

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Opinion | So What Does Trump Have Against TikTookay?

The one thing my students all invariably know about China is that you can’t use Facebook there, or YouTube or Google. For at least a decade, China has maintained strict control over the internet and aggressively blocked foreign tech platforms within its borders. So when President Trump issued two executive …

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