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Andy Borowitz imagines that Donald Trump, after rescinding the Golden State Warriors' White House invitation, invites the Russian national basketball team. [Read More]
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In light of Donald Trump's rants about athletes and the national anthem, David Remnick writes about Muhammad Ali's protests of the Vietnam War. [Read More]
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Rekha Shankar humorously imagines the actors cast in Guy Ritchie's live-action remake of "Aladdin," which has been beset with claims of whitewashing. [Read More]
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Edwidge Danticat writes on the hundred-year-anniversary of the U.S. occupation of Haiti. [Read More]
RT @deray: The Racial Demagoguery of Trump's Assaults on Colin Kaepernick and Steph Curry... [Read More]
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Francisco Goldman recounts experiencing earthquakes in Mexico City, including two this month. [Read More]
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President Trump's assault on athletes, particularly prominent black ones, is is part of his larger culture war, David Remnick writes. [Read More]
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Nicholas Schmidle on the increasing scrutiny the former national-security adviser Michael Flynn finds himself under of late, and the choices he will likely need to... [Read More]
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Nomi Kane illustrates what your boring texts to friends might have looked like using outdated forms of communication. [Read More]
Richard Brody reviews "Stronger," a new film about Jeff Bauman, a victim of the Boston Marathon bombing, starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Tatiana Maslany. [Read More]
Clint Smith on James Baldwin's "A Talk to Teachers" and the relevant lessons it offers teachers in our current political climate. [Read More]
Richard Brody recommends films by Jared Hess and Douglas Sirk, among others, focussed on crime for streaming this weekend. [Read More]
Adam Davidson on how the latest revelations about Paul Manafort from Robert Mueller's investigation fit into Trump's track record. [Read More]
Ryan Lizza writes about John McCain's break from the Republican Party over the Graham-Cassidy bill to repeal and replace Obamacare. [Read More]
Charles Bethea reports from a rally for Roy Moore, the former Alabama judge running for Senate, that was attended by Sarah Palin and Sebastian Gorka. [Read More]
Richard Brody recommends films by Jared Hess and Douglas Sirk, among others, focussed on crime for streaming this weekend. [Read More]
Anthony Lane and Richard Brody review movies currently in theatres, including "Mother!," "Battle of the Sexes," and more. [Read More]
Marcia Bjornerud examines the geological aspects of the recent September 7th and September 19th earthquakes in Mexico. [Read More]
Andrea K. Scott writes about "Louise Bourgeois: An Unfolding Portrait," a new exhibition of the artists sculptures and prints at MOMA, organized by Deborah Wye. [Read More]
The growing tensions between the U.S. and North Korea make war sound inevitable; Evan Osnos investigates. Plus, Julia Louis-Dreyfus on President Selina Meyer. [Read More]
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