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The Public Enemy front man talks with Kelefa Sanneh about the history of hip-hop. The documentary he co-produced, "Fight the Power: How Hip Hop Changed... [Read More]
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For decades, scientists have debated the causes of cognitive decline. Is an effective treatment finally around the corner? [Read More]
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"I haven't touched my hunting rifle in a few years, but handling a gun is like riding a bicycle," the former Vice-President said. [Read More]
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In his speech before Congress on Tuesday night, the President would be wise to highlight landmark legislation designed to reshape the American economy. [Read More]
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In his State of the Union address, the President will likely emphasize landmark legislation designed to create an ambitious industrial policy. [Read More]
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In a new exhibit, the artist's carefree approach both touches the sublime and risks banality. [Read More]
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"Mom, Dad, our cherry tree has never been stronger." [Read More]
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Leonard Abrams started the paper, which chronicled the cultural life of downtown New York, in 1979. After trying for eight years to place its archives,... [Read More]
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The Wi-Fi on Amtrak trains usually doesn't work because Amtrak wants you to look out the window and enjoy the moment. [Read More]
"If I weren't living through it, I wouldn't believe it's happening," one parent, who has worked as a substitute teacher, said. [Read More]
Forget diplomatic language—it's a moment for some home truths. [Read More]
In pitting faith against reason, M. Night Shyamalan's latest film is a call to capitulation. [Read More]
When you're on the toilet (obviously). Also when you're proposing marriage. [Read More]
Musk disclosed that the sensation the Chinese spy balloon has created is making him consider becoming a balloon himself. [Read More]
"I stay because my mother lives here. Can I say that about a dead woman?" [Read More]
Everyone seems to feel like they're faking it. But, as the concept has spread, so has the criticism. [Read More]
"Wallace Stevens Comes Back to Read His Poems at the 92nd Street Y," which The New Yorker purchased in 1994, is published for the first... [Read More]
In his first interview since a near-fatal knife attack in August, the novelist talks with David Remnick about his recovery, and his new novel. [Read More]
Nadya Tolokonnikova, a founder of the feminist art collective, displays the Russian President's "ashes" at a gallery show, in front of L.A. luminaries such as... [Read More]
"i gave mine away— / not all, but the greater portion, / some would say." [Read More]
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