‘The Middle’: Watch How a Pop Hit Is Made | NYT – Diary of a Song

Using voice memos, demos, texts and interviews, we reconstruct the wild ride of how Zedd, Maren Morris and a 23-year-old songwriter turned a few chords into an enormous hit, “The Middle.”

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How Trump Is Changing the Way His Party Talks | NYT

As the midterm elections approach, some Republican candidates are not only embracing President Trump’s policies but also his tone and catchphrases.

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Meet Conservatives Who Believe in Climate Change | NYT – Opinion

The fight against climate change is a nonpartisan issue across the globe except, of course, in the United States.

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How ‘Rampage’ Kept the Action Stomping | Anatomy of a Scene

One harrowing sequence in the action movie “Rampage” has its stars Dwayne Johnson and Naomie Harris dealing with a couple of crises at once: a thrashing gorilla and a crashing plane. In this scene, the director Brad Peyton discusses how they used a combination of live stunts and visual effects to create the sequence, and how they mounted cameras onto skydivers to capture a moment of escape.

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Trump’s Black Belt in Political Jujitsu | NYT – Opinion

From our opinion team: How does Donald Trump attack people who have spent their lives upholding the rule of law?

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