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Business

• Walmart’s online sales in the U.S. rose 63 percent in the last quarter.

• Fiat Chrysler, facing evidence that it flouted emissions rules, says it is in settlement talks with the Justice Department.

• U.S. stocks were up on Thursday. Here’s a snapshot of global markets.

Smarter Living

• Here is some life advice from Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the Supreme Court justice.

• If you feel wronged at work, try empathy.

• Recipe of the day: “Dutch baby,” a large, fluffy pancake, can be breakfast, lunch or dessert.

Noteworthy

• Monuments removed.

Today’s 360 video visits sites in New Orleans where Confederate statues were recently taken down.

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Confederate Monuments Come Down and Emotions Rise

New Orleans is removing four monuments dedicated to the era of the Confederacy. See what remains at the sites in 360 degrees, and hear from residents and visitors as they are removed.


By JULIA WALL, NIKO KOPPEL, LOGAN JAFFE and KAITLYN MULLIN on Publish Date May 19, 2017.


Photo by Bryan Tarnowski for The New York Times. Technology by Samsung..

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• Mining a divided America.

Roger Ailes, the creator of Fox News, who died Thursday at 77, made a fortune creating a cultural safe space for Americans who pine for the way things were, our media columnist writes.

Mr. Ailes changed the news media landscape, but he had largely faded from the public eye after being forced out of the network over a harassment scandal.

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Roger Ailes in a television studio at Fox News in 2002. The network debuted on Oct. 7, 1996.

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Ángel Franco/The New York Times

• Sold! For $110.5 million.

That’s how much a Japanese billionaire paid on Thursday for a painting by Jean-Michel Basquiat, making it the most expensive work by an American artist ever sold.

• A pillar of grunge.

Chris Cornell, who committed suicide, helped forge a form of rock that used all its power to question rather than to exult, one of our music critics writes.

We compiled a playlist of 10 songs from the lead singer of Soundgarden.

• Ready for the weekend.

At the movies, we review “Alien: Covenant” and present a brief history of booing at the Cannes Film Festival.

We also help you catch up on “Twin Peaks” before its return to television on Sunday after 26 years, recommend eight new books, and review a retrospective of Robert Rauschenberg’s work at the Museum of Modern Art.

On Saturday, Britain will have its closest thing to a royal wedding this year (barring any surprises from Prince Harry), when Pippa Middleton, the Duchess of Cambridge’s sister, marries.

Lastly, for the men: Try not picking up a razor this weekend. Science suggests that a beard — or at least some stubble — makes you more desirable.

Best of late-night TV.

Jimmy Fallon talked to Dwayne Johnson, also known as The Rock, who sounded pretty serious about running for president.

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