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F.C.C. Delays Vote on Cable Set-Top Boxes

The plan is intended to free consumers from renting the boxes, which cost them $231 a year on average.

Arnold Palmer, the Magnetic Face of Golf in the ’60s, Dies at 87

Palmer, who won seven major titles, captivated fans with his ferocious swing and fearless attitude, helping to inspire an American golf boom.

Women Shun the Maternity Smock, and Stores Race to Catch Up

The maternity aisle is looking more like a high-end boutique as cultural attitudes about pregnancy shift from bigger and baggier to sleeker and stretchier.

After Trump-Clinton, Vice-Presidential Debate Isn’t Exactly ‘the Return of Elvis’

Donald J. Trump and Hillary Clinton drew a record television audience for their first debate. By comparison, their running mates, Mike Pence and Tim Kaine, may be heavier on policy than on pizazz.

Tim Tebow Homers in First At-Bat as a Professional

Tebow, the football player turned Mets minor leaguer, hit a home run on Wednesday afternoon on the first pitch he faced.

Debate Takeaways: Tim Kaine Presses Mike Pence on Russia, but Not Gay Rights

The two No. 2s in the 2016 race engaged in a snippy, but conventional, tit-for-tat exchange, with Mr. Pence largely sidestepping Mr. Kaine’s attacks on Donald Trump.

Vin Scully’s Last Time on the Air for the Dodgers Is Another Solo Flight

Scully wrapped up his 67-year career as the voice of the team by broadcasting a loss at San Francisco, where Willie Mays was present for the dedication of a plaque in Scully’s honor.

‘Braggadocious?’ In Trump and Clinton Debate, Words That Sent Viewers to the Dictionary

Merriam-Webster, which tweeted updates on word searches during the presidential debate, tracked the most-searched terms.

Reporter’s Notebook: Hillary Clinton, at Ease Onstage, Seems Utterly Herself

Monday night, Mrs. Clinton displayed her preparedness and her quick wit, her affection for granular policy detail and her eagerness to throw flames and flip the script on Donald J. Trump.

New York Today: New York Today: Return of the Pumpkin

Wednesday: A taste of fall, a makeover for Penn Station, and Bowie’s New York debut.

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