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A YouTuber in Japan Turned His Parliament Post Into a Side Hustle
The upper house of Japan’s Parliament almost unanimously voted to expel an eccentric YouTuber who won a seat last year. The reason: He never showed up for work.
A24 Achieves Art-House Supremacy With Triumphant Oscar Night
The independent studio behind “Everything Everywhere All at Once” and “The Whale” became the first to sweep the acting awards and win best director and best picture in the same year.
Making Deepfakes Gets Cheaper and Easier Thanks to A.I.
Meme-makers and misinformation peddlers are embracing artificial intelligence tools to create convincing fake videos on the cheap.
When Bystanders Step Between the Police and Black Men
You’ve seen the videos of deadly encounters. What effect can a witness have?
They Shared Erotic Images in a Group Chat. The Fine: $17,000.
A couple in Singapore created a Telegram account where they posted risqué content for subscribers. They were convicted of violating nudity and obscenity laws.
What Does Workplace TikTok Look Like During Layoffs? It Gets Weird.
Tech and finance workers posted countless videos about the luxuries of their jobs — until the mood shifted.
Video: How an Israeli Raid on a Safe House Ended With Civilians Killed
A New York Times analysis of videos shows how an Israeli raid to capture Palestinian gunmen rippled into one of the most violent encounters in the West Bank in decades.
Supreme Court to Hear Case That Targets a Legal Shield of Tech Giants
The justices are set to hear a case challenging Section 230, a law that protects Google, Facebook and others from lawsuits over what their users post online.
Can My Neighbor Point a Video Doorbell at My Apartment Door?
Ubiquitous in many suburban neighborhoods, the devices have been slow to catch on in city apartments, but that is changing as New Yorkers warm to the technology.
Young Tech Workers Are Turning to TikTok to Cope With Layoffs
Some workers are using the platform to share stories about job cuts, give advice and search for new roles.
The Changing Online Language of Hearts
How to show a heart — the universal symbol of love — has shifted on the internet over the years, driven by new technology.
In Turkey, a Parking Lot Becomes an Open-Air Morgue After Earthquake
Hundreds of families searched for deceased relatives at a makeshift morgue outside a hospital in Turkey’s hardest-hit region.
The Trouble With Reboot TV
The reboot that changes nothing will be uncanny and lifeless; the one that thinks itself more clever than its predecessor will turn out cynical and sour.
Videos Show Desperate Search for Survivors Near Quake’s Epicenter in Turkey
Hatay Province had Turkey’s highest-known death toll from Monday’s earthquake.
The People Onscreen Are Fake. The Disinformation Is Real.
For the first time, A.I.-generated personas, often used for corporate trainings, were detected in a state-aligned information campaign — opening a new chapter in online manipulation.
Musk Pledged to Cleanse Twitter of Child Abuse Content. Is It Working?
Child sexual abuse imagery spreads on Twitter even after the company is notified: One video drew 120,000 views. “Sewer rats,” as one regulator described bad actors, remain.
Elle Mills: Why I Quit YouTube
I don’t want my life to be a product anymore.
A Film Critic Who Embraces His Role as a Guide
Rescuing movie viewers from endless browsing — and introducing them to hidden gems — is satisfying to a Times critic.
Video of Memphis Officers Beating Tyre Nichols Elicits Widespread Horror
As public officials and others condemned the actions they viewed, initial reactions from protesters around the country were largely peaceful.
Handling of Tyre Nichols Case in Memphis Reflects a National Shift
With cameras nearly everywhere, and residents wary, the authorities are moving faster and speaking critically when officers are accused of beatings.
Do You Have a Civic Duty to Watch the Video of Memphis Police Beating Tyre Nichols?
The video of Memphis police beating Tyre Nichols challenges public complacency — and complicity. What are our duties as citizens and as human beings?
Police Beating in Memphis
Americans once again protested after another recorded instance of police brutality.
Video Details Fatal Beating of Tyre Nichols by Memphis Police Officers
Video footage of the fatal encounter included critical moments in which police officers kicked, punched and pepper-sprayed Mr. Nichols, 29, while he screamed.
Court Releases Video of Paul Pelosi Hammer Attack, Adding Chilling Details
Police body camera footage, along with surveillance video, an interview with the suspect and audio from Mr. Pelosi’s 911 call, disproved but could not stop right-wing conspiracy theories about the attack.
Surveillance Video Shows David DePape Breaking Into the Pelosis’ Home
Capitol Police video from outside former Speaker Nancy Pelosi’s home in San Francisco, released publicly on Friday, shows the man who attacked her husband in October breaking in.
5 Memphis Police Officers Charged With Murder in Death of Tyre Nichols
As the city awaits video of the fatal encounter with Tyre Nichols, a 29-year-old Black man, a law enforcement official described the footage as “absolutely appalling.”
Memphis Braces for Tyre Nichols Traffic Stop Video Release
After Tyre Nichols’s death, footage of what the police have called a “confrontation” could clarify what happened, as the city braces for anguish and outrage.
The Waffle House Brawl Belongs in a Museum
In video after viral video, fast-food employees keep being forced to punch above their weight. You can find the disquieting energy of these clips in classic art, too.
Judge Orders Release of Video Footage Showing Attack on Paul Pelosi
Judge Stephen M. Murphy of San Francisco Superior Court ruled that there was no reason to keep the footage secret. It could be released as soon as Thursday.
‘Zeros and Ones,’ ‘Juliet, Naked’ and More Streaming Gems
Looking for something different to stream? We have options for you.
What We Know About Tyre Nichols’s Lethal Encounter With Memphis Police
Lawyers for Mr. Nichols’s family said he was beaten by officers for three minutes, according to video footage that has yet to be publicly released.
Reed Hastings to Become Netflix’s Executive Chairman, Ceding Co-Chief Role
Mr. Hastings will become the streaming giant’s executive chairman. Greg Peters will join Ted Sarandos as a co-chief executive.
Crime and Police TV Shows Like ‘Criminal Minds’ Are Big Streaming Hits
Prestige shows like “The White Lotus” grab a lot of the headlines and rave reviews. But viewers still like to settle in with the familiar.
Your Memories. Their Cloud.
Google, Apple and Meta offer near-limitless digital basements in which to store photos, videos and important documents, but you should keep a copy of what you hold most dear.
Librarians Are Meeting Younger Readers Where They Are: TikTok
The pandemic hurt children’s reading skills. Librarians are doing what it takes to connect them with books — including dance routines.
Their Flights Canceled, Southwest Travelers Were Threatened With Arrest
A police officer at Nashville International Airport told travelers whose Southwest flights had been canceled that they would be arrested for trespassing if they did not leave a secure area, a video shows.
William Strobeck Is Supreme’s Skate Video Auteur
William Strobeck brings rare intimacy to his skateboarding films. His latest, “Play Dead,” with Supreme, chronicles some of the sport’s biggest talents.
YouTube Reaches Deal for N.F.L Sunday Ticket
Tech giants including Apple, Amazon and YouTube’s owner, Google, pursued the rights to stream the N.F.L. games.
What AMC’s Streaming Troubles Say About the Greater TV Industry
The company has struggled to earn enough from streaming to make up for losses from its traditional cable business. It is a story widespread in the industry.
Streaming’s Golden Age Is Suddenly Dimming
After years of breakneck growth, the number of scripted TV series orders made by networks and streamers is in decline.
Highbrow Films Aimed at Winning Oscars Are Losing Audiences
The kind of critically praised dramas that often dominate the awards season are falling flat at the box office, failing to justify the money it takes to make them.
Holiday Cookie Recipe Videos
Watch your favorite New York Times Cooking personalities bake their favorites, then make them yourself.
YouTube Stars Rhett and Link Think This Is Their Moment
The creator economy has become fertile ground for investment. Rhett McLaughlin and Charles Lincoln Neal III want to take advantage of that for their business, Mythical.
Protests Stretch China’s Censorship to Its Limits
Days later, videos of chants and confrontations are still visible on the Chinese internet. It’s a sign of how a groundswell outmatched the world’s best internet control system.
The Excitement Around E-Sports Is Growing. But Where Are the Profits?
Traditional sports owners who invested in competitive video gaming say the money isn’t flowing in as quickly as they had expected.
‘Gangnam Style’ Brought K-Pop to the World, but Haunted Its Creator
In 2012, the song took over the internet, and it helped pave the way for the global success of Korean pop. But Psy, the artist behind it, spent years trying and failing to replicate the phenomenon.
NFL Sends Sunday Ticket Talks With Apple and Google Into Overtime
Talks for Sunday Ticket are expected to spill into next year, as Apple faces increased competition from Google for the league’s last available TV rights.
‘Glass Onion’ and ‘Matilda’ Test Netflix’s Approach to Theatrical Releases
The company agreed to some exclusive theatrical distribution for “Glass Onion” and “Matilda the Musical,” but it’s not clear exhibitors will get much more.
Videos Suggest Captive Russian Soldiers Were Killed at Close Range
Videos circulating online and reported on by Russian state media have raised questions about whether Ukrainian soldiers committed a war crime.