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David Remnick writes on Donald Trump's unhinged week and why the results of the midterm elections offer an occasion for hope. [Read More]
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Joshua Yaffa on the Russian writer Sergei Dovlatov, his experience living and writing under the Soviet regime, and on the film "Dovlatov," directed by Alexei... [Read More]
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Amy Davidson Sorkin writes about Prime Minister Theresa May's presentation of a draft of her Brexit deal to Parliament on Thursday. [Read More]
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Katy Waldman writes on the statement eyeglasses of Kyrsten Sinema, the senator-elect from Arizona, and what they might represent about her political style. [Read More]
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David Sipress's Daily Cartoon imagines Trump's "Make Me Happy Again" rallies. [Read More]
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Troy Patterson reviews the new eight-hour HBO miniseries "My Brilliant Friend," an adaptation of the first of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan novels. [Read More]
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The composer, who won a Pulitzer for her opera "Angel's Bone" last year, joins the International Contemporary Ensemble for a performance of "LEGO." [Read More]
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Joana Avillez illustrates the drizzly Tuesday when, at converted school auditoriums and assembly halls, officials battled jammed machines and unusually large crowds. [Read More]
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Leslie T. Chang writes about women's rights in Egypt and the obstacles women face to work outside the home, which are often put in place... [Read More]
Richard Brody on a new Western, "The Ballad of Buster Scruggs," from Joel and Ethan Coen, featuring Zoe Kazan, Tom Waits, and Tim Blake Nelson. [Read More]
John Cassidy writes about a former Forbes researcher who says he fell for Donald Trump's lying while helping to put together the Forbes 400 list... [Read More]
Peter Kuper's Daily Cartoon traces the four stages of climate-change denial. [Read More]
Anthony Lane on Julian Schnabel's "At Eternity's Gate," which stars Willem Dafoe and stands in a lineage of movies that use the painter's tortured life... [Read More]
Vinson Cunningham reviews the new Broadway musical "King Kong" and the drama "American Son." [Read More]
Between speaking engagements, Ilyse Hogue gets a pre-midterms blowout and reflects on the fight over Kavanaugh's confirmation, Jeanie Riess writes. [Read More]
Peter Canby discusses the endangered African forest elephant and "Elephant Path / Njaia Njoku," a documentary by the sculptor and director Todd McGrain. [Read More]
Richard Brody reviews Claude Lanzmann's "Napalm," the director's second-to-last film, centered on his visit to North Korea with a French cultural delegation in 1958. [Read More]
Adam Gopnik on President Trump's visit to France for the centennial of the end of WWI and his attacks on French President Emmanuel Macron, France,... [Read More]
Osita Nwanevu writes on the appearance of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Rashida Tlaib at a climate protest outside of Nancy Pelosi's office. [Read More]
Katy Waldman reviews "The Feral Detective," by Jonathan Lethem, one of the first pieces of fiction to address the Trump Presidency directly. [Read More]
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