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NYT Magazine 18h
Graydon Carter talks to on Vanity Fair, Jeffrey Epstein and an editor’s power:
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NYT Magazine 20h
"We covered people who were in positions of power who were doing great things or slightly nefarious things." — Graydon Carter
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NYT Magazine 22h
"Whoever Vicky Ward talked to, they were unavailable to us. At the time this was the first or second major profile of Jeffrey Epstein. He was still a private citizen, and the libel bar is higher on a private citizen than a public figure." —Graydon Carter
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NYT Magazine 22h
Graydon Carter talks to on Vanity Fair, Jeffrey Epstein and an editor’s power:
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
There are unusual disorders caused by the development of too many mast cells. The most common of these is called systemic mastocytosis.
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
Even the most irreverent versions of this generational self-portrait can never fully evade the smugness they intend to skewer.
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
"Like mac and cheese, but for a sophisticated palate," writes @Ciao_Samin of Farro e Pepe, the dish ready for its day in the sun.
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
They look unassuming, but once they’re plugged into an amplifier, piezo discs become psychedelic microscopes for your ears, completely changing your sense of sonic scale.
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Mark Leibovich Jul 18
“You can seek to do the right thing,” Buttigieg said, “and be reasonably confident you made the less bad choice and get your ass handed to you all the same.”
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
“A dog can give you a sense of purpose that a pill will just not ever do," says Cole Lyle, a Marine veteran and service dogs advocate
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
Our cover this week: Battles have raged within the Trump administration over family separations, ICE raids and the president’s obsession with a wall. Together, they have remade homeland security:
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
P. Rajagopal, the owner of Saravana Bhavan, died nearly four months after he lost his appeal against a murder conviction. Read our 2014 story on how the founder of one of the world’s largest vegetarian restaurant chains got away with murder.
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NYT Magazine Jul 18
Pete Buttigieg is still figuring this out. profiles the dark-horse presidential candidate as he tries to stay on track
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
Replying to @zengerle
“You are not the brains behind this policy,” John Kelly had warned Kirstjen Nielsen, “so you shouldn’t be the face.” When the White House briefing was over, Kelly’s warning had proved true.
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
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Nielsen, according to people close to her, still has not watched the video of her June 18 news conference, when for nearly 30 minutes, she was bombarded with questions that she struggled to answer.
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
Replying to @zengerle
In 2018, Sarah Huckabee Sanders wanted Kirstjen Nielsen to explain the administration’s immigration policy in the White House press room. John Kelly warned her not to, but she agreed.
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
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When Trump saw footage of Customs and Border Protection officers shooting tear gas at migrants on the Mexican side of the border, he told then-Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, "You’re being really tough. I had no idea you had this in you."
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
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Kirstjen Nielsen told Trump that there was no legal way for the U.S. to hang a “no vacancy” sign at its borders. Trump gave her a severe dressing-down for being weak and naïve. After the meeting, Nielsen discussed with Pence if she should resign.
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
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. interviewed than 20 current and former department and government officials, most of whom requested anonymity to tell the story of a Homeland Security department buffeted by “irrational” demands and “silly ideas.”
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NYT Magazine Jul 17
We’re tweeting some of the scenes from ’s cover story this week on how the Trump administration’s hardline immigration policies threw the Department of Homeland Security into chaos and disarray, leading to the current border crisis:
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