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Weekly Review — April 26, 2017, 4:46 pm

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Fox News prime-time host Bill O’Reilly, who once attributed the rape and murder of a woman to the fact that she was “wearing a miniskirt and a halter top” and has said that the slaves who were forced to build the White House were “well-fed,” was fired from the network and given a $25 million severance package after it was reported that he had settled five sexual-harassment lawsuits since 2002 and had referred to an African-American colleague as “hot chocolate” and grunted at her when he walked past her desk.Researchers in California announced that they had genetically modified a wasp to have “big beautiful red eyes.” Read more…

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“Portrait,” a photograph by Louise Lawler, whose retrospective WHY PICTURES NOW opens on Sunday at the Museum of Modern Art, in New York City © The artist. Courtesy the artist and Metro Pictures, New York City

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A Chicago Aviation Department police officer pulled a United Airlines passenger from his seat and forcibly removed him from the plane to make room for an off-duty airline employee; three bodies were tossed from a low-flying plane in the Sinaloa state of Mexico; and Tesla, which has yet to turn a profit, became the most valuable car company in America. Read more…

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Palestinian-Americans on the meaning of Donald Trump’s presidency. Read more…

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The Waters Are Getting Warmer, a painting by Jeanette Mundt, whose work is on view this week as part of the group exhibition Sputterances, at Metro Pictures, in New York City. Courtesy the artist; Société Berlin; and Metro Pictures, New York City

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