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How Anthony Hopkins Inhabits ‘The Father’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

How Anthony Hopkins Inhabits ‘The Father’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

A corridor. A cupboard. A caregiver. These may seem like innocuous elements in the domestic drama “The Father,” but when they change from one scene to another, they throw both the film’s lead character, Anthony (Anthony Hopkins), and the viewer, o...

My Police Union Holds Bad Cops Accountable - NYT Opinion.

My Police Union Holds Bad Cops Accountable - NYT Opinion.

This week, a veteran officer in Brooklyn Center, Minn., killed an unarmed man, claiming to have mistaken her gun for her Taser. The Ethical Society of Police, a St. Louis group consisting mostly of Black officers, was quick to comment on the shoot...

My Son's Yeshiva Is Breaking the Law - NYT Opinion

My Son's Yeshiva Is Breaking the Law - NYT Opinion

What do you want to be when you grow up? That’s not a common question for boys attending ultra-Orthodox yeshivas in New York. That’s because many of these schools focus on Judaic studies, preparing students for a life of religious scholarship — at...

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Watch an Underwater Brawl in ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ - Anatomy of a Scene

Watch an Underwater Brawl in ‘Godzilla vs. Kong’ - Anatomy of a Scene

Godzilla enters the scene with a splash in this high-energy moment from the latest in the MonsterVerse franchise. Kong is being transported from Skull Island by ship and has an ocean encounter with a very agitated Godzilla. Some of the action in t...

Inside the Battle Over George Floyd Square - NYT News.

Inside the Battle Over George Floyd Square - NYT News.

The trial over George Floyd’s death is under way in Minneapolis. What to do with his memorial site has become a controversy of its own. Subscribe: More from The New York Times Video: ---------- Whether it's reporting on conflicts abroad and politi...

Watch a Family Build a New Life in America in ‘Minari’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

Watch a Family Build a New Life in America in ‘Minari’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

America as a land of promise, a land of hardship or a land of fun? All three perspectives are seen in this opening sequence from “Minari,” Lee Isaac Chung’s drama about a Korean family that moves to Arkansas to build a fresh life in the United Sta...

'Essential' Farmworkers Risk Infection and Deportation.

'Essential' Farmworkers Risk Infection and Deportation.

In California, undocumented farmworkers have been labeled essential by the government and prioritized for vaccines. But public health officials face several challenges in reaching an unprotected population. Subscribe: More from The New York Times ...

How a Mysterious Ship Helps North Korea Evade Oil Sanctions - Visual Investigations.

How a Mysterious Ship Helps North Korea Evade Oil Sanctions - Visual Investigations.

Read the takeaways from our investigation: We spent months reviewing ship-tracking data, corporate records and satellite imagery to uncover one way North Korea evades strict international sanctions. ---------- Whether it's reporting on conflicts a...

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How Police Tried — and Failed — To Stop Capitol Attackers - Visual Investigations.

How Police Tried — and Failed — To Stop Capitol Attackers - Visual Investigations.

The Times obtained District of Columbia police radio communications and synchronized them with footage from the scene to show in real time how officers tried and failed to stop the attack on the U.S. Capitol. Subscribe: More from The New York Time...

Will Beyoncé Win at the Grammys? Diary of a Song Discusses.

Will Beyoncé Win at the Grammys? Diary of a Song Discusses.

Beyoncé, Megan Thee Stallion, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa and more will face off Sunday at the Grammys for record of the year. In this special Diary of a Song episode, The New York Times’ pop music team breaks down the awards show’s premier category. ...

Watch Eddie Murphy’s Return to Queens in ‘Coming 2 America’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

Watch Eddie Murphy’s Return to Queens in ‘Coming 2 America’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

The best approach for directing a roomful of comedy giants? Let them laugh with each other long before saying “Action.” That’s the route the filmmaker Craig Brewer took for “Coming 2 America,” the sequel to the beloved 1988 hit starring Eddie Murp...

How Olivia Rodrigo Wrote ‘Drivers License,’ the Biggest Song of the Year So Far - Diary of a Song.

How Olivia Rodrigo Wrote ‘Drivers License,’ the Biggest Song of the Year So Far - Diary of a Song.

In the latest Diary of a Song, the singer-songwriter and actress Olivia Rodrigo, 18, explains how she wrote her first-ever single — after a good cry, with TikTok in mind — before it took over the world. Subscribe: More from The New York Times Vide...

Inside a Covid I.C.U., Through a Nurse's Eyes - NYT Opinion

Inside a Covid I.C.U., Through a Nurse's Eyes - NYT Opinion

The short film above allows you to experience the brutality of the pandemic from the perspective of nurses inside a Covid-19 intensive care unit. Opinion Video producer Alexander Stockton spent several days reporting at the Valleywise Medical Cent...

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The Truth Is Essential: Life Right Now - The New York Times.

The Truth Is Essential: Life Right Now - The New York Times.

New York Times journalism can help us understand the world around us, from our biggest challenges to our quirkiest questions. Learn more at nytimes.com/truth

Watch Frances McDormand Explore Nature in ‘Nomadland’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

Watch Frances McDormand Explore Nature in ‘Nomadland’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

The landscapes of Badlands National Park become a place to get both lost and found in this scene from “Nomadland.” Frances McDormand plays Fern, a woman who sets out for a life on the road when her economic situation becomes dire during the recess...

What Menopause Feels Like - Op-Docs

What Menopause Feels Like - Op-Docs

About half of the world's population will experience menopause, yet it's a period that can be isolating for a woman in their personal and professional life. Menopause marks the end of menstruation, and the changes that come with it are often not d...

Watch Lakeith Stanfield Being Interrogated in ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

Watch Lakeith Stanfield Being Interrogated in ‘Judas and the Black Messiah’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

A handful of questions asked during an interrogation in “Judas and the Black Messiah” are key to propelling the plot of this tense historical drama. Set in the late 1960s, the movie follows William O’Neal (Lakeith Stanfield), a young man who becom...

Evictions May Be On Hold, But Rent Will Eventually Be Due - NYT Opinion.

Evictions May Be On Hold, But Rent Will Eventually Be Due - NYT Opinion.

Since this video was first released by The New York Times, the federal eviction moratorium has been extended to March 31. Despite the extension, past rent will still be due once the moratorium ends. ---------- Across the country, coronavirus cases...

How the N.F.L. Made It to the Super Bowl During a Pandemic - Coronavirus News

How the N.F.L. Made It to the Super Bowl During a Pandemic - Coronavirus News

The N.F.L. rolled out a grand experiment to play a not-at-all socially distanced sport in a pandemic. The Times went behind the scenes with the Seattle Seahawks and the Cleveland Browns to understand how the science and the upheaval played out. Su...

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Watch a Queasy Encounter in ‘Promising Young Woman’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

Watch a Queasy Encounter in ‘Promising Young Woman’ - Anatomy of a Scene.

“I’m a nice guy,” says Neil, the character played by Christopher Mintz-Plasse in this scene from “Promising Young Woman,” which received four Golden Globe nominations this week and is available on demand. He utters the line (more than once) after ...