Making Impeachment Sexy Again Is Not a Concern, Late Night Says

“Here’s the thing, people: these hearings are investigating whether the president of the United States committed high crimes or misdemeanors. So they’re supposed to be serious, not about excitement. You know, impeachment is like a family reunion: If it’s sexy, something has gone horribly wrong.’” — TREVOR NOAH “And even …

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What It’s Like to Watch TV Replicate Your Home

For years, “Boardwalk Empire” had filmed in our neighborhood — and seemingly on every other block in Brooklyn. Every time I angrily moved my car for production, I enviously wondered when a scout would darken my doorstep. If you were going to lose parking to crew trucks and vintage cars, …

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The Mystery of the Tiny Twin Towers

Weather: Clear skies and a high around 50. The weekend will be chillier and breezy — sunny on Saturday but cloudy on Sunday. Alternate-side parking: In effect until Nov. 28 (Thanksgiving). The Times’s Sharon Otterman reports: High on a scaffold, a stone sculptor rebuilt a tiny replica of the twin …

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Opinion | To Excuse Trump, Republicans Embrace Fantasy

Republicans are dismissing this week’s hearings, held in public, as pure theater. But they complained about the closed-door testimony beforehand. They’re shrugging off the accounts of William Taylor, George Kent and others as hearsay. But the White House has decreed that such firsthand witnesses as Mick Mulvaney not cooperate. One …

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Opinion | Stephen Miller’s Sinister Syllabus

McHugh says Miller also directed her to stories from the website American Renaissance, another white nationalist publication, this one focused on eugenics and anti-black racism. Its founder, Jared Taylor, has argued that “When blacks are left entirely to their own devices, Western civilization — any kind of civilization — disappears.” …

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