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Wi-Fi on Planes? A ‘Disaster,’ Says Bernard-Henri Lévy.

The philosopher Bernard-Henri Lévy has been a fixture on French television screens for decades. His commentary has been mocked, criticized, supported and lauded. Whether in writing, performing or speaking, he has no intention of slowing down. B.H.L., as the French call him, published a new book, “The Empire and the …

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Discovered After 70, Black Artists Find Success, Too, Has Its Price

McArthur Binion had been creating art almost completely under the radar for four decades, handling his own occasional sales and raising two children in Chicago on a teaching salary. Now Mr. Binion, the first African-American to receive a graduate degree from the prestigious Cranbrook Academy of Art, has been fully …

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