SALMAN TOOR’S “HOW WILL I KNOW” OPENS AT THE WHITNEY MUSEUM MARCH 20.
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DJ Khaled is not a rapper. But he does always seem to know a guy.
Science of Us: Katie Heaney
The Clock-Out Cure For those who can afford it, quitting has become the ultimate form of self-care.
THE Destroy-It-to-Save-It Plan FOR East River Park
The city’s first real battle over climate adaptation has arrived.
You'd Be an Iconic Guest
A ruthless Instagram interviewer brings her knowing wink to cable.
The Great Indoors
A critic reacclimates to the now-unfamiliar terrain of the dining room.
Political Animals: Olivia Nuzzi
The Crisis Crisis How the White House polices language in Washington—including the president’s.
What Was the Office?
It Was Stressful, Filthy, High Stakes—and Where the Action Was
ANDREW YANG'S INSIDER CAMPAIGN
How did a former CEO of 100 employees become the front-runner to govern a city of 8.5 million? Not simply by being a national celebrity and an excellent campaigner.
The Group Portrait: Little Pot
The activists and entrepreneurs intent on making New York’s new cannabis industry more equitable, less corporate.
Tech vs. Journalism
Silicon Valley feels picked on by “woke” journalists “who can't code." Reporters feel picked on by petty zillionaires with anger-management problems. Inside the nasty clout battle for how the world’s most influential industry gets covered.
3 SCIENTISTS WIN NOBEL PHYSICS PRIZE FOR BLACK HOLE RESEARCH
Three scientists won the Nobel Prize in physics for establishing the all-too-weird reality of black holes — the straight-out-of-science-fiction cosmic monsters that suck up light and time and will eventually swallow us, too.
चापड़, आग और हथौड़े से बाल काटने वाला नाई
दुनिया में ऐसे लोगों की कमी नहीं है जो अपना काम करने के लिए अलग रास्ते बनाते हैं और मशहूर हो जाते हैं. यह बात बाल काटने वालों पर भी लागू होती है.
Policymakers should be mindful; bring down ticket costs, so cinema doesn’t become a novelty
The Not So Benign World of Photography
Atika Qasim questions her own, and others’, motives for taking photos.
THE MEMORY PROJECT
Saadia Gardezi and her teammates at Project Dastaan use technology to help Partition veterans find closure By Shweta Bhandral
Metro Train Lahore, a Gift from China
SOUTH Asia’s first electric train is up and running in Lahore, Pakistan, bringing hi-tech rail travel to the city of more than 12 million people.
Hafiz Saeed gets fresh 15 years in jail
MUMBAI terror attack mastermind and banned Jamatud-Dawa (JuD) chief Hafiz Saeed was on Thursday sentenced to 15 and a half years in jail by an anti-terrorism court in Pakistan in one more terror financing case.
‘Historic moment:' First Virgin Atlantic flight lands in Pakistan
PM’s adviser along with UK High Commissioner welcome Virgin Airlines staff and its passengers at Islamabad Airport; ‘resumption of international airlines will boost trade ties between Pak and Britain’
Hafiz Saeed gets 10.5 years in jail in two terror cases
Sentencing Being Seen As ‘High On Optics’ Move To Woo FATF
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