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Each Thanksgiving, a Presidential pardon saves a turkey from the dinner table. Learn the history of the celebrated tradition. [Read More]
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Charlotte Mendelson on the impression that American junk food left on her during her childhood. [Read More]
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Ronan Farrow on nondisclosure agreements allegedly used by Harvey Weinstein to prevent public revelations about acts of sexual harassment and assault he is accused of. [Read More]
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Sam Knight writes about the British Parliaments response to a flood of sexual-misconduct scandals in the wake of the Harvey Weinstein news. [Read More]
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Writers for The New Yorker share memories of past Thanksgivings, from Paris to Kiev to, yes, Turkey. [Read More]
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Robin Wright writes about the U.S. military's use of the Mother of All Bombs, or MOAB, against ISIS targets in Afghanistan. [Read More]
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John Cassidy writes about the ongoing Brexit negotiations between the U.K. and E.U., a year and a half after the historic referendum. [Read More]
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Jeffrey Toobin writes about the sinister and far-reaching influence of Charles Manson, who died, on Sunday, at the age of eighty-three. [Read More]
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Deborah Treisman talks to Will Mackin, the writer and Navy veteran, about "The Lost Troop," his short story in this week's issue of the magazine. [Read More]
The actress, who got her start as James Dean's co-star, reflects on "Marjorie Prime," and remembering. [Read More]
When the authorities could no longer be trusted, Nestora Salgado organized a citizens' police force. Did she go too far? [Read More]
Britain's wartime leader instinctively understood that statecraft is partly stagecraft. [Read More]
Perpetrators of violence, we're told, dehumanize their victims. The truth is worse. [Read More]
"Salvator Mundi" sells for four hundred and fifty million dollars, and two exhibitions, at the Met and the Met Breuer, reaffirm places in the canon. [Read More]
A listening party, with gazillion-dollar equipment. [Read More]
She seems to be a sure bet to win gold at the next Olympics. But so much could still go wrong. ... [Read More]
He mixes the mundane and the ecstatic, and refuses to settle into conventional form. [Read More]
In "Novitiate," the writer-director takes an unexpectedly sensual look at convent life. ... [Read More]
For America's most beloved poet, paying attention to nature is a springboard to the sacred. [Read More]
Françoise Mouly talks with the artist Barry Blitt about his cover for the November 27, 2017, issue of The New Yorker. [Read More]
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