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Sheelah Kolhatkar on a public-school teacher in Morrisania, the poorest congressional district in the country, who went on a crusade to help "the unbanked." [Read More]
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Kathryn Kvas writes a humorous list of ways to tell if something is cool, with an emphasis on demons. [Read More]
Four scholars of constitutional law—Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt, and Jonathan Turley— answered questions from the House Judiciary Committee on what constitutes an impeachable... [Read More]
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Eric Lach speaks to Brooke Black, who became one of the most dedicated volunteers in Kamala Harris's Presidential campaign, about her chosen candidate's decision to... [Read More]
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Lily Feinn imagines, in illustrations by Marian Blair, a satirical list of little-known tree varieties in Eden, in addition to the Tree of Life and... [Read More]
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Watch live testimony from the constitutional-law scholars Noah Feldman, Pamela Karlan, Michael Gerhardt, and Jonathan Turley during the House impeachment inquiry into President Donald Trump. [Read More]
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Will Stephen writes a satirical transcript of a call between the American conservative political commentator Ben Shapiro and a Pizza Hut from which he is... [Read More]
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Patricia Marx on her experience test-driving virtual reality, which included walking with Jesus, shopping for a sofa, and flying like a bird over New York... [Read More]
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Sheila Marikar interviews the "Daily Show" correspondent about how to make horrific things funny. [Read More]
John Cassidy writes about the House Impeachment report, which highlights President Donald Trump's actions in the Ukraine incident and his obstruction of Congress. [Read More]
Amy Davidson Sorkin on President Donald Trump's comments at the NATO summit, in London, where he seemed preoccupied with the domestic drama of his ongoing... [Read More]
Eric Lach writes about Kamala Harris's announcement on Tuesday that she will be suspending her Presidential campaign. [Read More]
Meghan O'Gieblyn reviews new books by the neuroscientists Michael Graziano and Christof Koch, the novelist Tim Parks, and the cognitive scientist Donald Hoffman, on the... [Read More]
Sam Knight writes about last week's knife attack near London Bridge, perpetrated by the convicted terrorist Usman Khan, and how Prime Minister Boris Johnson has... [Read More]
Erika Sjule illustrates a humorous tale of beauty products that bring unintended consequences. [Read More]
In endorsing the White House's blatant effort to delay and obstruct the impeachment process, the House Republicans are demonstrating that there are virtually no ends... [Read More]
Hua Hsu writes about the French philosopher Jacques Derrida's book "The Politics of Friendship." [Read More]
Andy Borowitz jokes that the leaders of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization challenged President Trump to a spelling contest of "NATO," on the first day... [Read More]
Hua Hsu on the London producer Burial, who seems to be conducting an exercise in listening on his new album, making a kind of dance... [Read More]
By eluding the art world, David Hammons has conquered it, Calvin Tomkins writes. [Read More]
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