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The electric carmaker sued the agency to deliver license plates for its cars, the latest escalation as a labor fight enters its second month.
Tens of thousands of Gazans are making the most difficult of choices, leaving their homes behind to survive.
Mr. Perry, who died on Saturday, was best known for his role in “Friends,” the NBC sitcom that followed a group of young professionals living in Manhattan.
Source: Matthew Perry, ‘Friends’ Star, Dies at 54
The Israeli writer Etgar Keret has spent the last few weeks trying to make sense of the violence and loss around him. So far, he can’t.
Source: Etgar Keret Struggles to Make Sense of the Violence and Loss Around Him
In a time when everything’s gone virtual, Halloween costumes represent an old-fashioned commitment to the physical world.
Source: Ghostly Presence
When it comes to the actress’s favorite things, give her the American version of “Alone” and a true-crime podcast from Australia.
Source: ‘Annika’ Star Nicola Walker on the Book She’d Save From a Burning Home
The pop superstar’s new version of her 2014 blockbuster is due Friday, following a summer of media saturation and her 10th No. 1 hit.
Source: Taylor Swift’s Rerecording of ’1989’ May Be Her Biggest Yet. Here’s Why
The kingdom is embracing business as usual, hosting an investment forum, concerts and even fashion shows. But grief, fear and outrage over Israel’s bombardment of Gaza simmer just below the surface.
Source: Israel-Hamas War Looms Over Saudi Arabia Forum
A major lawsuit against Meta has placed a spotlight on our fraught relationship with online social information.
Source: Is Social Media Addictive? Here’s What the Science Says
The new “About this image” feature will help you discern whether a photo search result can be trusted. But it’s not a surefire safeguard against misinformation.
Source: Google Image Search Will Now Show a Photo’s History. Can It Spot Fakes?