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Adaobi Tricia Nwaubani on grappling with her guilt over her family's role in the slave trade in Nigeria. [Read More]
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Even more than with most subjects, when Trump brings up Russia he seems to be speaking of something that is defined less by reality than by what he needs it to be. [Read More]
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Anthony Lane on President Donald Trump's visit to Britain and his meetings with Prime Minister Theresa May and Queen Elizabeth II. [Read More]
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Kirk J. Rudell writes a humorous piece about the Rainbow Bridge—a magical place where pets (even your cat!) go after they die. [Read More]
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Louisa Thomas on Kevin Anderson's arduous semifinal victory over John Isner at Wimbledon. [Read More]
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Susan Glasser writes about Donald Trump's agenda for his summit with Vladimir Putin next week, and how the indictment announced today by the special counsel, Robert Muller, may affect the meeting. [Read More]
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Jelani Cobb on the F.B.I. agent Peter Strzok's testimony Thursday to a joint hearing of the House Judiciary Committee and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. [Read More]
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On The New Yorker Radio Hour, the Native American community redefines downhill racing, and the liberal establishment struggles to find its identity. [Read More]
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Charlotte Mendelson writes about Ballymaloe, an Irish hotel and restaurant that has influenced her attitude toward food and life, and whose owner, Myrtle Allen, died recently. [Read More]
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Charles Bethea speaks to Chase Cook, a reporter from the Capital Gazette who is covering the trial of Jarrod Ramos, who allegedly killed five of the paper's employees in a mass shooting last month. [Read More]
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Adam Davidson, in his first installment of a new column about President Donald Trump's financial activity, examines Trump Turnberry, a golf course Trump purchased and renovated for two hundred million dollars. [Read More]
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"Waiting for the Barbarians," with its jaundiced appreciation of cultural torpor and political stagnation, is the perfect poem to be reading just now. [Read More]
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Susan Glasser writes about the anxiety in Washington over Donald Trump's upcoming summit with Putin, in Helsinki. [Read More]
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Hear a chamber collective perform rollicking Brahms paired with Anna Clyne's calmly devastating elegy for her mother, and then an all-Vivaldi program, in this summer's free series. [Read More]
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Anthony Lane on Gus Van Sant's bio-pic, starring Joaquin Phoenix, and Lauren Greenfield's pithy new documentary. [Read More]
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An underrepresented Central American cuisine gets an oddly familiar treatment. [Read More]
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Hua Hsu writes about rap tributes to soccer stars found on YouTube, which emphasize the players' individual journeys rather than their national affiliations. [Read More]
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Susan B. Glasser joins Dorothy Wickenden to discuss the fallout from the NATO meeting in Brussels, and why President Trump's advisers have been dreading his summit with President Putin. [Read More]
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Robin Wright on Donald Trump's actions at the NATO summit, where he stunned allies by demanding that they double defense-spending commitments and calling Germany a "captive of Russia." [Read More]
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