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Just What Was on Trial in the Bill Cosby Case?
Why must we bear questions about what to do with a defendant’s art — and why is that answer bound up with who black people are or should be?
State of the Art
How Battling Brands Online Has Gained Urgency, and Impact
In a nation where politics have grown pitched, such campaigns suddenly feel like the most effective political action many of us can take.
After Inquiry Into Cast, ‘Bachelor in Paradise’ Will Resume Taping
The inquiry, into an allegation of sexual misconduct, did not turn up evidence of wrongdoing, said Warner Bros., the studio behind the show.
‘I’m Right Here!’ Sean Spicer Says While Toiling to Find Successor
After weeks of efforts to sell a job that for decades people plotted to get, no one has jumped at the chance to become President Trump’s press secretary.
Netflix Lets Viewers Pick the Plot
A new episode of “The Adventures of Puss in Boots,” an animated show, includes interactive elements that will result in different story lines.
Ernestina Herrera de Noble, Media Mogul in Argentina, Dies at 92
Ms. Herrera de Noble, the publisher of Clarín, was instrumental in creating one of the largest media conglomerates in the Spanish-speaking world.
U.K. to Decide on 21st Century Fox Deal for Sky by June 29
Regulators handed recommendations to the country’s culture minister on whether the deal should go through.
Eater Hires a San Francisco Restaurant Critic
Rachel Levin is likely to concentrate on midrange and affordable restaurants in a city awash in money from the technology industry.
Megyn Kelly Interview With Alex Jones Draws 3.5 Million Viewers
The audience was the lowest of Ms. Kelly’s three-week run on NBC with a newsmagazine show going up against “60 Minutes.”
A Big Beneficiary of 2017 Tony Awards? ‘Oslo,’ a Play About Diplomacy
This play about the Middle East peace process, has had a jump in ticket sales since it won the Tony for best new play.
Q. and A.
Tell Us 5 Things About Your Book: ‘The End of Advertising’
Andrew Essex discusses his new book about the fate of traditional advertising and what might replace it.
Smaller Brewers Relied on RateBeer.com. Now Bud’s Maker Owns a Stake.
An incubator run by Anheuser-Busch InBev, the world’s largest brewer, said it was committed to the independence of reviews. Smaller rivals see a conflict of interest.
Univision’s Urgent Sense of Purpose: A Newsroom and a Lifeline
The Spanish-language network is a striking example of a news organization that is meeting the needs of a frightened and information-famished audience.
Megyn Kelly Presses Alex Jones on Conspiracy Theories in NBC Interview
In a much-hyped segment that generated a raft of protests before it aired, Ms. Kelly came down hard on Mr. Jones, the conspiracy theorist and Infowars founder.
Bill Cosby’s Sexual Assault Case Ends in a Mistrial
After the jury could not come to verdict after six days of deliberations, the judge in the sexual assault trial declared a mistrial.
Cosby Trial Briefing
Bill Cosby Jury Goes a Fifth Day Without a Verdict
After five days of deliberation, the jury still cannot reach a verdict in the sexual assault case but the judge denied defense motions for a mistrial.
Apple, Moving In on Prestige TV, Poaches Two Sony Executives
The company’s hiring of two respected leaders, who cultivated shows like “Breaking Bad” at Sony, signaled to Hollywood that Apple is serious about original programming.
Megyn Kelly, and Network That Bet on Her, Land on the Hot Seat
Ms. Kelly’s coming interview with the conspiracy theorist Alex Jones has generated a fierce backlash as she is trying to introduce herself to her NBC audience.