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Laura Foreman, Reporter Whose Romance Became a Scandal, Dies at 76

“I don’t believe I have done anything wrong,” Ms. Foreman told The Inquirer in a statement. “I may have done something injudicious. Certainly, I do…

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‘The Daily Show’ at 25: The Creators Look Back

We’re watching clips of “Dateline,” and all of a sudden, a hush fell over the room. It was like we all said it at the…

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Priscilla McMillan, Who Knew Both Kennedy and Oswald, Dies at 92

Ms. McMillan said she remembered Eunice Kennedy Shriver, the president’s sister, asking her at a Washington dinner party, “Why did Oswald hate my brother so?”…

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‘Pessoa’ Is the Definitive and Sublime Life of a Genius and His Many Alternate Selves

Mammoth, definitive and sublime, Richard Zenith’s new biography, “Pessoa,” gives us a group portrait of the writer and his cast of alternate selves — along…

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With a Violent Debut, He Reveals a London That Is Rarely Seen

“When you read these worlds in books, it’s normally by a middle-class writer who creates a one-dimensional villain,” Douglas Stuart, who won last year’s Booker…

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Why The New Yorker’s Stars Didn’t Join Its Union

Neither effort has gained traction. Many of the writers, it seemed, valued their independent contractor status. Some, led by Tad Friend and Jia Tolentino, used…

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